Pathology of the human placenta

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Springer-Verlag, 1990 - Medical - 878 pages
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Pathology of the Human Placenta remains the authoritative text in the field and is respected and used by pathologists and obstetrician-gynecologists alike. Advances in genetics and molecular biology continue to make the study of the placenta one of vast diagnostic and legal importance. New to this edition is author, Rebecca Baergen, M.D., Chief of Perinatal and Pediatric Pathology at The New York Hospital-Cornell Hospital Medical Center and author of the "Manual of Benirschke and Kaufmanna (TM)s Pathology of the Human Placenta." The fifth edition reflects new advances in the field and includes 173 new color illustrations.

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Contents

Preface
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Early Development of the Human Placenta
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Basic Structure of the Villous Trees
22
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