bidiscoidal placenta


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bi·dis·coi·dal pla·cen·ta

a placenta with two separate disk-shaped portions attached to opposite walls of the uterus, normal for certain monkeys and shrews, and occasionally present in humans.

bi·dis·coi·dal pla·cen·ta

(bī-dis-koy'dăl plă-sen'tă)
A placenta with two separate disc-shaped portions attached to opposite walls of the uterus, normal for certain monkeys and shrews, and occasionally found in humans.

bidiscoidal placenta

A placenta with two separate portions attached to separate sites on the wall of the uterus, occasionally found in humans.
See also: placenta