Download Pathology of the human placenta by Benirschke K., Kaufmann P., Baergen R. PDF

By Benirschke K., Kaufmann P., Baergen R.

Pathology of the Human Placenta is still the authoritative textual content within the box and is revered and utilized by pathologists and obstetrician-gynecologists alike. Advances in genetics and molecular biology proceed to make the research of the placenta one in all enormous diagnostic and criminal importance.New to this variation is writer, Rebecca Baergen, M.D., leader of Perinatal and Pediatric Pathology on the long island Hospital-Cornell sanatorium clinical heart and writer of the guide of Benirschke and Kaufmannв_Ts Pathology of the Human Placenta. The 5th version displays new advances within the box and comprises 173 new colour illustrations.

Show description

Read or Download Pathology of the human placenta PDF

Best obstetrics & gynecology books

Chesley's Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy, 3rd Edition

Hypertensive issues stay one the key factors of maternal and fetal morbidity and demise. it's also a number one reason behind preterm delivery referred to now to be a possibility think about distant heart problems. regardless of this the hypertensive issues stay marginally studied and administration is frequently debatable.

Tumors of the Fetus and Infant: An Atlas

Over the last 20 years, the striking advances in imaging ideas, corresponding to ultrasound and speedy or ultra-fast MRI, have ended in the prognosis of progressively more tumors on the prenatal level. This revised, abundantly illustrated moment variation of Tumors of the Fetus and toddler: An Atlas provides an up to date account of the medical and pathological positive aspects of neoplastic affliction and tumor-like stipulations within the fetus, neonate, and child and discusses significant tumor experiences and circumstances from during the international.

Spontaneous Abortion: Diagnosis and Treatment

16 British experts pool their huge wisdom of spontaneous abortion in a single resource. Their dialogue is without delay acceptable to scientific events and is helping establish components of discussion and replacement equipment.

Additional info for Pathology of the human placenta

Sample text

I. Preterm Infants. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 159:357–363, 1988. : Examination of the placenta. Obstet. Gynecol. 18:309–333, 1961a. : Twin placenta and perinatal mortality. New York State J. Med. 61:1499–1508, 1961b. : Studies on vascularization of the human placenta. Acta Obstet. Gynecol. Scand. (Suppl. 5) 32: 1–92, 1953. M. : What factors influence whether placentas are submitted for pathologic examination? Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 176: 567–571, 1997. A. : Quantitative morphology of the placenta.

In the vicinity of the larger chorionic vessels, the chorionic plate normally has an opaque appearance because an increased number of collagen fibers accompany the vessels. Those areas of the chorionic plate located between the chorionic vessels are mostly transparent and are dark lilac to black because maternal blood in the intervillous space shines through. Opaque spots (bosselations) or large opaque areas independent of chorionic vessels usually point to large subchorionic deposits of Langhans’ fibrinoid.

2), the borderlines of the lobes usually coincide with the borderlines of single villous trees or small groups of trees. Small marginal lobes are likely to be occupied by only a single villous tree and thus correspond to what Schuhmann and his group (1981) described as representing a placentone. The Terms Fetal Placenta and Maternal Placenta In describing human placentation, terms such as fetal placenta and maternal placenta must be avoided because they are misleading and often cause misinterpretation.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.69 of 5 – based on 12 votes