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fetoplacental

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

(fē'tō-plă-sen'tăl),
Relating to the fetus and its placenta.
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fe·to·pla·cen·tal

(fē'tō-plă-sen'tăl)
Relating to the fetus and its placenta.
Synonym(s): foetoplacental.
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Therefore, this phenomenon is characterized by the increase in the features established by Tenney & Parker, resulting in a process of uteroplacental hypoxia, as in the cases of eclampsia, or a process of fetoplacental hypoxia, as happens in the cases of thrombosis of the fetal arteries.
Doppler technique has been applied to investigate the foetal, fetoplacental, uteroplacental circulation, as it is a noninvasive technique and has a high diagnostic and prognostic evaluation.
The use of a unique fetoplacental steroidogenesis co-culture model as a screening tool for endocrine disruptors: the effects of neonicotinoids on aromatase activity and hormone production.
This must be due to the occurrence of mechanical compression of the umbilical cord during labour, with acute interruption of the fetoplacental circulation.
The process known as placentation is meticulously coordinated, and the equilibrium maintenance of the fetoplacental unit depends on its effective occurrence.
However, little is known about the molecular mechanisms that occur during bacterial-host interactions that result in fetoplacental tropism.
In fetoplacental tissue, 11[beta]-HSD-2 has a key function in neurobehavioral development, and loss of its function has resulted in lifelong anxiety in mice [38].
Any successful pregnancy depends on a fetoplacental unit-mediated suppression of the host immune response to prevent maternal rejection.
Given the significant fall in insulin requirement, concerns were raised that this might be due to a failing fetoplacental unit.
Bieber, "Fetoplacental histology as a predictor of karyotype: A controlled study of spontaneous first trimester abortions," Human Pathology, vol.
Giorgino, "Abnormalities of IGF-I signaling in the pathogenesis of diseases of the bone, brain, and fetoplacental unit in humans," American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.
Over the last twenty years Doppler ultrasound has become a reliable and frequently used method to monitor the fetoplacental unit of risk pregnancies [1-6].