Novel 3D light microscopic analysis of IUGR placentas points to a morphological correlate of compensated ischemic placental disease in humans

@inproceedings{Haeussner2016Novel3L,
  title={Novel 3D light microscopic analysis of IUGR placentas points to a morphological correlate of compensated ischemic placental disease in humans},
  author={Eva Haeussner and Christoph Schmitz and Hans-Georg Frank and Franz Edler von Koch},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
The villous tree of the human placenta is a complex three-dimensional (3D) structure with branches and nodes at the feto-maternal border in the key area of gas and nutrient exchange. Recently we introduced a novel, computer-assisted 3D light microscopic method that enables 3D topological analysis of branching patterns of the human placental villous tree. In the present study we applied this novel method to the 3D architecture of peripheral villous trees of placentas from patients with… CONTINUE READING
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