The role of morphology in mathematical models of placental gas exchange.

@article{Serov2016TheRO,
  title={The role of morphology in mathematical models of placental gas exchange.},
  author={Alexander S. Serov and Carolyn M. Salafia and Denis S Grebenkov and M. Filoche},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={120 1},
  pages={17-28}
}
The performance of the placenta as a gas exchanger has a direct impact on the future health of the newborn. To provide accurate estimates of respiratory gas exchange rates, placenta models need to account for both the physiology of exchange and the organ morphology. While the former has been extensively studied, accounting for the latter is still a challenge. The geometrical complexity of placental structure requires use of carefully crafted approximations. We present here the state of the art… CONTINUE READING

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