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Nonvillous Parts of the Placenta. Fibrinoid and Calcification.

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Characterization of the Developmental Stages. Macroscopic Features of the Delivered Placenta. Placental Shape Aberrations. Pathology of Maternal Floor Infarction.

Hydrops Fetalis. Transplacental Hemorrhage. Fetal Storage Disorders.

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Maternal Diseases Complicating Pregnancy. Hypertensive Disorders.

Lupus Erythematosus and Lupus Anticoagulant. Infectious Diseases. Multiple Pregnancy.

Pathology of the Human Placenta

Molar Pregnancies. Benign Tumors. Legal Considerations.

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Deductions drawn from such a case cannot be considered as conc- sive, for in the missing placenta or cord may have existed the cause of the disease and death. During intrauterine life the foetus, the membranes, the cord and the placenta form an organic whole, and disease of any part must react upon and affect the others.

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Similar thoughts were succinctly detailed in Price's discussion of his concept of the prenatal biases as they affected twins. His contribution also admonishes us that placental study is a sine qua non for a more perfect understanding of fetal development.

Despite all this understanding of the past and appreciation for plac- tal disease, great resistance still exists to perform the task of placental examination routinely. For many pathologists, therefore, the placenta has remained a mysterious organ.