Pathology of the Human Placenta remains the most comprehensive and authoritative text in the field. It provides extensive information on the normal placenta, encompassing physiology, metabolism, and endocrinology, and covers the full range of placental diseases in great detail. Further chapters are devoted to abortions, molar pregnancies, multiple pregnancies, and legal considerations. This sixth edition of the book has been extensively revised and expanded to reflect the most recent progress in the field, and a brand new chapter has been added on artificial reproductive technology. Some 800 illustrations are included, many of them in color. The detailed index has been further improved and tables updated. Pathology of the Human Placenta will be of enormous value to pathologists and obstetrician-gynecologists alike.Ezashi T, Das P, Roberts RM (2005) Low O2 tensions and the prevention of differentiation of hES cells. ... Mol Hum Reprod 6:943a950 Forbes K, Westwood M (2008) The IGF axis and placental function. a mini review. ... Lancet 351: 1397 a1399 Frank HG, Malekzadeh F, Kertschanska S, Crescimanno C, Castellucci M, Lang I, Desoye G, Kaufmann P (1994) ... ObstetGynecol 90:112a116 Fylstra DL, Pound-Chang T, Miller G, Cooper A, Miller KM (2002) Ectopic pregnancy within a anbsp;...
|Title||:||Pathology of the Human Placenta|
|Author||:||Kurt Benirschke, Graham J. Burton, Rebecca N Baergen|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-06-16|