Pathology of the Human Placenta

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 11, 2013 - Science - 878 pages
This is a completely new, second edition of the classic reference which has been out of print since 1984. It is the most comprehensive work available on placental pathology, which has recently gained importance in clinical medicine, and includes discussion of legal aspects dealing with the relation between placenta and perinatal damage.
 

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Contents

Placental Types
1
Early Development of the Human Placenta
13
Basic Structure of the Villous Trees
22
Hofbauer Cells
52
Castellucci and P Kaufmann
71
Structure of villous types Stem villi Immature intermediate
105
Villous crosssectional features Villous maldevelopment
120
Development Amnion Amnionic epithelium different cell
147
Placental Shape Aberrations
367
Involution
398
Pathology of Maternal Floor Infarction
406
Erythroblastosis
412
Hydrops Fetalis
423
Transplacental Hemorrhage
443
Fetal Storage Disorders
460
Hypertensive Disorders
499

Cysts tumors
168
Nonvillous Parts of the Placenta
244
Origin Composition of the extravillous
250
cytotrophoblast Decidua Structural aspects
257
G cell Granular cell Extracellular
270
Layers of the basal plate at term Development of uteroplacental
278
Structure of the uteroplacental arteries Structure of uteroplacental
293
Fibrinoid and Calcification
306
Characterization of the Developmental Stages
328
Macroscopic Features of the Delivered Placenta
351
Lupus Erythematosus and Lupus Anticoagulant
530
Infectious Diseases
542
Multiple Pregnancy
636
Abortion Placentas of Trisomies and Immunological
754
Molar Pregnancies
782
Choriocarcinoma
816
Benign Tumors
841
Legal Considerations
852
Glossary
863
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