Do placentae of term singleton pregnancies obtained by assisted reproductive technologies differ from those of spontaneously conceived pregnancies?

@article{Daniel1999DoPO,
  title={Do placentae of term singleton pregnancies obtained by assisted reproductive technologies differ from those of spontaneously conceived pregnancies?},
  author={Yvonne Payne Daniel and Letizia Schreiber and Eli Geva and Alexander Amit and David Pausner and Michael J. Kupferminc and Joseph B. Lessing},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1999},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={
          1107-10
        }
}
The study was conducted to investigate the association of placental morphological and histopathological features with term, singleton pregnancies obtained by assisted reproductive technologies (ART). The study group comprised 45 consecutive women with a singleton pregnancy, obtained by ART, who delivered at term. For each subject in the study group, the consecutive, matched-for-age-and-parity woman, with a term singleton, spontaneously conceived pregnancy served as the controls. The placentae… CONTINUE READING

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