The extent of trophoblast invasion in the preplacental vasculature of the guinea-pig.


Pregnancy-induced structural changes in spiral arteries seem to be a prerequisite for successful fetal outcome in humans. It is unknown whether these changes also occur in other preplacental vessels (radial and arcuate arteries) in normal pregnancies. Since the radial and arcuate arteries need to dilate in order to accommodate the increase in placental… (More)


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