deciduitis


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deciduitis

 [de-sid″u-i´tis]
a bacterial disease leading to changes in the decidua.

de·cid·u·i·tis

(dē-sid'yū-ī'tis),
Inflammation of the decidua.

deciduitis

/de·cid·u·itis/ (dĕ-sid″u-i´tis) a bacterial disease leading to changes in the decidua.

de·cid·u·i·tis

(dĕ-sij'ū-ī'tis)
Inflammation of the decidua.

deciduitis

a bacterial disease leading to changes in the decidua.
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There were 9 cases of chronic deciduitis, 7 in HIV-positive placentas and 2 in HIV-negative patients (p=0.
Plasma cell (chronic) deciduitis is demonstrated by the presence of plasma cells in the maternal decidua.
29] no histopathological finding occurred with increased frequency in placentas of transmitting women even though there was a trend towards increased frequency of plasma cell deciduitis.
Entities reported to be associated with villitis, such as eosinophilic/T-cell vasculitis, chronic intervillositis, and chronic deciduitis, should be noted.
74,75) Chronic deciduitis can be defined by the extent of chronic inflammation, and the presence of plasma cells, within the basal plate (Figure 38).
Chronic deciduitis in the placental basal plate: definition and interobserver reliability.
Placental histology Miscarriage group 235 Lymphocytes in chorion, acute endometritis 355 Polymorphonuclear cells in decidua 518 Subchorial fibrin, lymphocytes in decidua 564 Lymphocytes in decidua 568 Lymphocytes in decidua, hemorrhagic necrosis 460 Presence of eosinophils Control group 35 Histiocytes, rare calcifications 390 Chronic deciduitis * Ig, immunoglobulin; IHC, Immunohistochemical analysis; +, positive; -, negative.
A raiz de esto, se solicito una prueba de la B-HCG cuantitativa que evidencio 943 mUI/mL y un reporte de patologia, indicando un endometrio en fase secretora con reaccion de Arias Stella y deciduitis aguda moderada.
Pathologic examination of the placenta demonstrated focal acute funisitis, acute chorioamnionitis with fetal surface acute arteritis and acute deciduitis.
Also, the placental hypoxic lesions did not positively correlate with inflammatory patterns of placental injury, such as acute chorioamnionitis, chronic villitis, or plasmacytic deciduitis, the first one being most common in group 4, with placental infections rarely associated with impaired placental function.