placentitis

placentitis

 [plas″en-ti´tis]
inflammation of the placenta.

plac·en·ti·tis

(plas'en-tī'tis),
Inflammation of the placenta.

placentitis

/pla·cen·ti·tis/ (-ti´tis) inflammation of the placenta.

plac·en·ti·tis

(plas'en-tī'tis)
Inflammation of the placenta.

placentitis

inflammation of the placenta; causes abortion or, by adhesions, retention of the placenta.
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burnetii seropositive pregnant women were asymptomatic; only 2 of these had an uncomplicated pregnancy, but no placentitis or isolation of C.
Up to February 24, there have been 126 abortions this year caused by the condition known as nocardioform placentitis, compared with six last year and 40 in 2009.
83 Anti-dandruff, obesity, leprosy, cough, placentitis (inflammation of the placenta), anthelmintic, itch, headache.
Although often considered nonpathogenic, this biovar is described as an opportunistic pathogen (8), and serovar O:6 has been detected as the causative agent of ovine placentitis and abortion (9).
This placenta displayed necrotizing placentitis and was positive for Parachlamydia spp.
Hematoxylin and eosin-stained histologic sections of all placenta specimens (n = 235) were examined for the type and degree of placentitis or vasculitis.
Acute placentitis and spontaneous abortion caused by Chlamydia psittaci of sheep origin: a histological and ultrastructural study.
I of arterial aneurysm or prosthesis; bone infection; pseudotumor of the lung; [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] cutaneous, musculoskeletal, or renal involvement; and placentitis in pregnancy [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] miscarriage are also possible (11).
Pathways of fetal and early neonatal infection: viral placentitis, bacterial and fungal chorioamnionitis.
Or, in their last month of pregnancy, the mares may be stricken with a disease called nocardioform placentitis, causing weak or stillborn foals.
The mare has a bad case of placentitis [inflammation of the placenta] and the foal has a large hernia.
induced abortions have been described in 2 bottlenose dolphins with associated placentitis (1), and Brucella spp.