fetoplacental


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fetoplacental

 [fe″to-plah-sen´t'l]
pertaining to the fetus and placenta.

fe·to·pla·cen·tal

(fē'tō-plă-sen'tăl),
Relating to the fetus and its placenta.

fetoplacental

[-pləsen′təl]
Etymology: L, fetus + placenta, flat cake
pertaining to the fetus and the placenta.

fe·to·pla·cen·tal

(fē'tō-plă-sen'tăl)
Relating to the fetus and its placenta.
Synonym(s): foetoplacental.

fetoplacental

pertaining to the fetus and placenta.

fetoplacental unit
the fetus and the placenta as a single physiological unit; the conceptus.
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Despite the induction by atrazine of CYP19 activity in H295R cells (the fetal compartment), estradiol and estriol production by the co-culture (the cooperative fetoplacental unit) was not altered, indicating that the contribution of "fetal" CYP19 to overall estrogen production is small, if not negligible, in our co-culture model, as it is in the human fetoplacental unit in vivo.
Kosanke G, Kingdom J, Kaufmann P Increased fetoplacental angiogenesis during first trimester in anaemic women.
Furthermore, the results are also not consistent with previous studies on maternal smoking that reported increased uteroplacental and fetoplacental resistance in smokers compared with nonsmoking mothers (Geelhoed et al.
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The relatively low oxygen environment in which the human fetoplacental unit develops during the first trimester is necessary to induce vasculoangiogenesis via embryonic endothelial cells proliferation, as these cells are sensitive to hypoxia and acidosis," Dr.
The fetoplacental vascular bed serves as a means of transport of nutrients and metabolites from placenta to fetus and vice versa.
These findings gave rise to the developmental origins of health and disease model, where "causes to be identified are linked to normal variations in fetoplacental and infant development" (Barker 2012).
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Additionally, the risk of stillbirth caused by fetoplacental dysfunction increases as alcohol consumption increases (8.
Morphometric evidence that villous development and fetoplacental angiogenesis are compromised by intrauterine growth restriction but not by pre-eclampsia.
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