Rodrigo M. Souza

Claudio R. F. Marinho3
Ricardo Ataíde3
Jamille G. Dombrowski3
Suiane N. Valle2
Sabrina Epiphânio2
3Claudio R. F. Marinho
3Ricardo Ataíde
3Jamille G. Dombrowski
2Suiane N. Valle
2Sabrina Epiphânio
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Histological evidence of Plasmodium in the placenta is indicative of placental malaria, a condition associated with severe outcomes for mother and child. Histological lesions found in placentas from Plasmodium-exposed women include syncytial knotting, syncytial rupture, thickening of the placental barrier, necrosis of villous tissue and intervillositis.(More)
Malaria in pregnancy remains a substantial public health problem in malaria-endemic areas with detrimental outcomes for both the mother and the foetus. The placental changes that lead to some of these detrimental outcomes have been studied, but the mechanisms that lead to these changes are still not fully elucidated. There is some indication that imbalances(More)
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