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  • [The architectonics of fetal placental veins in second-trimester cytomegalovirus infection]. [Journal Article]
    Arkh Patol 2019; 81(4):43-47Gorikov IN, Andrievskaya IA, … Dovzhikova IV
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the development of subcompensated placental insufficiency in women who have experienced an exacerbation of latent cytomegalovirus infection in the second trimester of pregnancy, an important role is assigned to anatomical and pathological changes in the umbilical, fetal surface, and villous chorionic veins, which indicate the development of fetoplacental hypertension, the deceleration of blood flow, and the longer contact of the pathogen with the endothelium and syncytiotrophoblast.
  • Placental findings in pregnancies complicated with IUGR - histopathological and immunohistochemical analysis. [Journal Article]
    Rom J Morphol Embryol 2018; 59(3):715-720Novac MV, Niculescu M, … Gheonea IA
  • CONCLUSIONS: It seems that although IUGR∕SGA fetuses are more commonly associated with histological placental abnormalities, it cannot be established whether these abnormalities certainly contribute to IUGR, as there are no specific placental lesions in SGA placentas. Pseudo-angiomatous aspect, associated with increased syncytial knots, was specific for vascular hypoxia. Especially the magnitude of modifications of the placental structure beyond the qualitative modifications, which also lead to functional changes, are involved in this pathology of pregnancy, the onset of lesions being triggered at the level of stem villi.
  • Intratumoral Vasculopathy in Leiomyoma Treated With Tranexamic Acid. [Case Reports]
    Int J Gynecol Pathol 2017; 36(4):364-368Kudose S, Krigman HR
  • Although intravascular thrombi and infarct-type necrosis have been reported in leiomyomas following tranexamic acid therapy, intratumoral vasculopathy resembling acute atherosis has not been reported to date in patients without exposure to gonadotropin receptor agonist. We describe a case of intratumoral vasculopathy resembling acute atherosis in a leiomyoma in a 49-year-old woman, with hereditar…
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