Nitabuch

Ni·ta·buch

(nē'tah-buk),
Raissa, 19th-century German physician. See: Nitabuch layer, Nitabuch membrane, Nitabuch stria.
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Besides caesarean section surgery involving uterus like myomectomy, dilatation and curettage, previous hysterotomy all lead to abnormality in placental implantation and defective Nitabuch layer formation.
Adherent placenta is characterised by abnormal attachment of placental villi directly to myometrium due to scanty or absence of decidua basalis and imperfect development of fibrinoid on Nitabuch layer.
Nitabuch's fibrinoid layer looks like a broad band with small and medium-sized petrifications.
On the other hand, the creation of the placental basal plate matrix (Nitabuch fibrinoid) involves the deposition of fibrin into the wall of the decidual veins at sites of trophoblast invasion by intravenous activation of the maternal procoagulant cascade (16, 17).
Detailed microscopy of the contaminant revealed fibrin and 4 distinct types of epithelioid cells that together corresponded to Nitabuch layer, trophoblasts, and decidual cells.
It is thought to be due to an absence or deficiency of Nitabuch's layer or the spongiosus layer of the decidua.
(3) MAP is thought to be due to an absence or deficiency of Nitabuch's layer or the spongiosus layer of the decidua.