Trophoblast Research: Volume 3: Placental Vascularization and Blood Flow

Basic Research and Clinical Applications (TROPHOBLAST RESEARCH)
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Human growth & development, Obstetrics, Family / Parenting / Childbirth, Health/Fitness, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Perinatology & Neonatology, Pregnancy & Childbirth, Medical / Gynecology & Obstetrics, Blood-vessels, Congresses, Maternal-fetal exchange, Placenta, blood s
ContributionsR.K. Miller (Editor), H.A. Thiede (Editor)
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ISBN 100306429101
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Placental vascularization and blood flow. (Trophoblast research; v. 3) MDerived from the joint session of the Second European Placenta Group Conference with the Eleventh Rochester Trophoblast Conference, held September, at the Rolduc Monastery, the Netherlands" - T.p.

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Intense basic research concerned with placental vascularization and blood flow has been performed for the past 30 years, beginning with the classical morphological descriptions of the placental vessels by Boe () and Arts (), as well as with the radioangiographic studies of maternal placental circulation in the human by Borell () and.

Part of the Trophoblast Research book series (TR, volume 3) Abstract When the fertilized primate ovum, whether of human, monkey, baboon, or mangabey, comes to rest on the lining epithelium of the uterus, the trophoblast of its wall promptly begins to invade the endometrium over an ever widening base (Heuser and Streeter, ; Enders, Cited by: 6.

The optimal function of the placenta and thus fetal well being largely depends upon the integrity of both the fetal and maternal circulations of the placenta.

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The optimal function of the placenta and thus fetal well being largely depends upon the integrity of both the fetal and maternal circulations of the placenta.

Intense basic research concerned with placental vascularization and blood flow has been performed for the past 30 years, beginning with the classical morphological descriptions of the Format: Paperback.

Part of the Trophoblast Research book series (TR, volume 3) Abstract. The placental vascular architecture is interesting not only from the morphological point of view, but also as a basis for functional interpretation.

Miller R.K. (eds) Placental Vascularization and Blood Flow. Trophoblast Research, vol 3. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi. Part of the Trophoblast Research book series (TR, volume 3) Abstract It follows that the regulation of blood flow, that is the maintenance of blood flow within a given set of limit appropriate for the metabolic needs of the tissue, occurs only as a result of changes in driving pressure and/or vascular resistance.

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(Eds.) Price f ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Derived from the joint session of the Second European Placenta Group with the Rochester Trophoblast Conference, held September, at the Rolduc Monastery, the Netherlands"--Title page verso.

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Assessment of placental volume and vascularization at 11–14 weeks of gestation in a Taiwanese population using three-dimensional power Doppler ultrasound (blood flow). For each patient, the placental vascular indices were measured by a single doctor (C.Y.C.).

Early first-trimester trophoblast volume in pregnancies that result in live. The optimal function of the placenta and thus fetal well being largely depends upon the integrity of both the fetal and maternal circulations of the placenta.

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Intense basic research concerned with placental vascularization and blood flow has been performed for the past 30 years, beginning with the classical morphological descriptions of the. Methods Placental vascularization of pregnant women was prospectively evaluated by 3-DPD ((vascularization-index (VI); flow-index (FI); vascularization-flow-index (VFI)) ultrasound technique.

Maternal blood then percolated back through the intervillous space of the labyrinth toward the maternal side of the placenta in a direction that is countercurrent to the direction of the fetal capillary blood flow. Trophoblast cells were found invading the uterus in two patterns.

The large increase of blood flow to the uterus during pregnancy, however, results primarily from the formation and growth of the placental vascular bed.

Vascular growth, or angiogenesis, is indeed a major component of the increase in placental blood flow.

Placental volume and vascular indices, including vascularization, flow, and vascularization flow indices, were measured by three-dimensional ultrasound using a rotational technique and compared to.

1. Introduction. The causes for pregnancy-associated problems like pre-eclampsia and intrauterine growth restriction are diverse and elusive, and yet, from a clinical point of view, there seems to be an underlying basis – namely abnormally low blood flow through the placenta.A clinical example which supports this hypothesis is increased uterine artery blood flow impedance in the.

Current Anaesthesia and Critical Care () 10, Harcourt Publishers Ltd Focus on: Circulation Placental blood flow P. Moore and G. Cooper Anatomy The placenta provides a non-contiguous interface for the exchange of metabolic substrate between maternal and.

The aim of this study is to establish a novel microfluidic blood-placenta barrier model composed of the trophoblast-like cell line BeWo and primary placental pericytes. This model offers the opportunity to study the interaction of differentially charged magnetic nanoparticles with the participating cell types under controlled flow conditions.

Read "Placental volume and vascularization flow indices by 3D power Doppler US using VOCAL technique and correlation with IGF-1, free beta-hCG, PAPP-A, and uterine artery Doppler at 11–14 weeks of pregnancy, Journal of Perinatal Medicine" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Mean UtA diameter and blood flow velocity increased significantly (p mm and cm/s, respectively, yielding an. Download Citation | Correlation of First Trimester Placental Volume and Second Trimester Uterine Artery Doppler Flow | Uterine artery Doppler examination can identify impaired trophoblast invasion.

Brian L. Sheppard, John Bonnar, The Maternal Blood Supply to the Placenta in Pregnancy Complicated by Intrauterine Fetal Growth Retardation, Placental Vascularization and Blood Flow, /, (), (). The vascularization-flow index is the average color value of all color and gray voxels and describes both: the vascularization and the blood flow [6, 7].

So far, only a small number of studies evaluating placental vasculature with the use of 3D Power Doppler technique have been conducted [4–8].

They differed from one another in respect of the. Human placentation is associated with important uterine vascular remodelling that permits a huge increase in uterine blood flow of up to mL/min during pregnancy. 2 Major advances in the understanding of utero-placental physiological were made by Ramsey and Donner during the 20th century.

3–5 The changes due to pregnancy in the uterine. Because of the importance of placental blood flow to placental function, and the recognition that placental size, utero‐placental blood flows, and expression of angiogenic and vasoactive factors are reduced or altered in compromised pregnancies, it has been suggested that therapeutic agents that target placental blood flow might be used to.

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ObjectiveTo explore the correlation between in vivo placental volumetric parameters in the first trimester of pregnancy and ex vivo parameters of fetoplacental vascular function after sIn ten singleton physiological pregnancies, placental volume (PV) and uteroplacental vascular volume (uPVV) were measured offline in three-dimensional ultrasound volumes at 7, 9, and 11 weeks.

Dobrokhotova E () Superb microvascular imaging: Evaluating the intraplacental blood flow formation. J Med Therap, doi: MT Volume 1(1): the study of intraplacental blood flow at the microcirculation level is still remaining to be the subject of research.

Using electromagnetic flow probes in exteriorized human fetuses weighing 90– g, Assali et al. reported a mean feto‐placental volume blood flow of mL/min at 12 weeks increasing to 80 mL/min at 28 weeks and a normalized feto‐placental volume blood flow of 94 mL/min/kg at 12 weeks increasing to mL/min/kg at 26 weeks 4.Human placentation is associated with important uterine vascular remodelling that permits a huge increase in uterine blood flow of up to mL/min during pregnancy.2 Major advances in the understanding of utero-placental physiological were made by Ramsey and Donner during the 20th century.3–5 The changes due to pregnancy in the uterine.