By Benirschke K., Kaufmann P., Baergen R.
Pathology of the Human Placenta is still 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 one among big diagnostic and criminal importance.New to this variation is writer, Rebecca Baergen, M.D., leader of Perinatal and Pediatric Pathology on the big apple Hospital-Cornell health facility scientific middle and writer of the guide of Benirschke and Kaufmannв_Ts Pathology of the Human Placenta. The 5th variation displays new advances within the box and comprises 173 new colour illustrations.
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2H, ﬁbrinoid is an acellular, intensely staining, eosinophilic material that is mostly related to the intervillous space (Fig. 2C,D,F,H). When it replaces the trophoblastic cover of villi, as shown in this ﬁgure, it is called perivillous ﬁbrinoid. In other villi, it may replace the stroma beneath a largely intact trophoblastic surface (intravillous ﬁbrinoid, villous ﬁbrinoid necrosis; Fig. 2F). Other sites of ﬁbrinoid deposition are a prominent ﬁbrinoid layer below the chorionic plate (Langhans’ ﬁbrinoid, Fig.
Pp. 47–55. Saunders, Orlando, 1992. : Plazenton: Begriff, Entstehung, funktionelle Anatomie. In, Die Plazenta des Menschen. V. H. Schiebler and F. , pp. 199–207. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 1981. : Über velamentöse und placentale Insertion der Nabelschnur. Arch. Gynäkol. 30:47–56, 1887. : The Human Placenta. Thomas, Springﬁeld, IL, 1969. : Some anomalies of the foetal vessels of the human placenta. J. Anat. 99:273–282, 1965. ru 3 Microscopic Survey For the beginner in placental histology and histopathology, parafﬁn sections of the organ look confusing because they contain not only a broad variety of differently structured villi but many nonvillous structures as well.
Immunohistochemistry using three different marker antibodies allows easy discrimination of cell types. A: Anticytokeratin, an epithelial marker, binds to evenly spread extravillous trophoblast cells as well as to the trophoblast cell lining of the uteroplacental vessel (brown). The surface of the basal plate remains unstained. B: Antivimentin, a mesenchymal marker, stains the decidual cells 25 (brown) as well as the endothelial lining of the basal plate (arrowheads). The luminal lining of the uteroplacental vessel (V) remains unstained since it consists of trophoblast rather than of endothelium.
Pathology of the human placenta by Benirschke K., Kaufmann P., Baergen R.