By Kurt Benirschke, Graham J. Burton, Rebecca N Baergen
Pathology of the Human Placenta continues to be 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 learn of the placenta certainly one of tremendous diagnostic and felony importance.New to this version is writer, Rebecca Baergen, M.D., leader of Perinatal and Pediatric Pathology on the manhattan Hospital-Cornell medical institution clinical middle and writer of the handbook 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.
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18). Thus, according to Boyd and Hamilton (1970) and Kaufmann (1985), each lobe is occupied by one or several villous trees. When a radioangiograph of the villous trees is projected onto a basal view of the same placenta (Fig. 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.
2. Synoptic representation of the fetal membranes (black, blue) that may contribute to the formation of a placenta. Maternal tissues are colored red and brown. The trophoblast (blue), as derivative of the blastocyst wall, together with the fetal mesenchyme (gray, dotted), forms the chorion, which is the main exchange membrane of most mammals. The chorion does not develop its own vessels but rather becomes vascularized either by the allantois (black) (Æ chorioallantoic placenta) or by the yolk sac (black) (Æ choriovitelline placenta).