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transplacental

 [trans″plah-sen´tal]
through the placenta.

trans·pla·cen·tal

(trans'plă-sen'tăl),
Crossing the placenta.

transplacental

/trans·pla·cen·tal/ (-plah-sen´tal) through the placenta.

transplacental

(trăns′plə-sĕn′tl)
adj.
Passing through or occurring across the placenta: a transplacental infection.

trans′pla·cen′tal·ly adv.

transplacental

[trans′pləsen′təl]
Etymology: L, trans + placenta, flat cake
across or through the placenta, specifically in reference to the exchange of nutrients, waste products, and other material between the developing fetus and the mother.

transplacental

adjective Relating to the passage from the mother into a fetus via the placental circulation

transplacental

Passing across the PLACENTA.

transplacental

through the placenta.
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Micronucleus frequency in pregnant mice and newborn pups (6-18 h after delivery), transplacentally exposed to the drugs tested and physiological saline.
We conducted additional analyses to determine whether the inclusion of maternal exposure transplacentally or via breast-feeding improves the prediction of children's serum concentrations.
In screening for congenital hypothyroidism by detecting factitious increases in TSH attributable to TSHIgG complexes, heterophilic antibodies, or other immunoglobulin effects (14), it is imperative that in the follow-up of an increased blood-spot TSH, a serum sample from the mother be collected and analyzed at the same time as a sample from the infant (15) to detect any real, but transient, increase in TSH in the infant attributable to transplacentally acquired thyrotropin receptorblocking antibody.
Reduced fertility in female mice exposed transplacentally to diethylstilbestrol (DES).
This detailed field study, which combines data on BTV infection in cows with data on transplacentally acquired infection in their offspring, demonstrates that the BTV-8 strain circulating in northern Europe can cross the bovine placenta in a high proportion (33%) of cases and infect calves when dams are infected during pregnancy.
The interference seen with the TSH assays (Bioclone Elegance, Dade Befiring Dimension, Abbott AxSYM, DPC 1MMULITE, and Beckman DxI assays) in samples from our patients appears to have been transmitted transplacentally from the mother's blood.
Transplacentally transferred maternal-infant antibodies to dengue virus.
Transient neonatal hyperthyrotrophinemia: a serum abnormality due to transplacentally acquired antibody to thyroid stimulating hormone.
This study suggests that BPA is transplacentally transferred to the embryo/fetal compartment.
3) reported an apparent case of transplacentally or perinatally transmitted congenital babesiosis.
Ingestion of breast milk from an infected mother (7) and vertical transmission transplacentally or during delivery are acknowledged means of transmission (8), but in this case the mother had never had brucellosis (she had been repeatedly screened during her husband's initial disease and followup).