Chronic villitis, chronic chorioamnionitis, and maternal floor infarction.

Abstract

Chronic inflammatory infiltrates in the human placenta are much less common than acute inflammation. Most often, chronic inflammation is found in the villi (villitis), but rarely it may involve the fetal membranes. Villitis is associated with many well-documented maternal infections. Reviewed herein are features of the villous inflammatory infiltrate and… (More)

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