fetal cotyledon

fe·tal cot·y·le·don

a unit of the fetal placenta supplied by the vessels of a stem villus; several such cotyledons may occur between two placental septa.
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Whole placentomes (the part of the placenta where nutrient exchange occurs between the fetus and dam), were collected at day 75 of gestation and separated into fetal cotyledon (COT) and maternal caruncle (CAR) tissues.
04) fetal cotyledon CND number but not other measurements of vascularity.
The concentration of bovine placental lactogen and the incidence of different forms in fetal cotyledons and in fetal serum.
It normally occurs during third stage of parturition at time when fetus has been expelled and fetal cotyledons have separated from maternal caruncles (Noakes et al.
Prolapse of uterus normally occurs during third stage of parturition, when fetus has been expelled and fetal cotyledons have separated from maternal caruncles (Arthur, 2001).
The cause of prolapse of uterus was not clear, but there is no doubt that it occurs during the third stage of labor, within a few hours of expulsion of calf and at a time when some of fetal cotyledons have separated from maternal caruncles.
The uterine prolapse is commonly occurs in ruminants and rare in companion animals, normally during third stage of labour at a time when fetus has been expelled and fetal cotyledons has separated from the maternal caruncles (Noakes et al.