Further reading

For further reading on structural characteristics of the placenta, see [1] or [2]; the definition of fibrinoid, see [18];

trophoblast and its changes during pre-eclampsia, see [23]; a detailed descriptions on pathologies of the macroscopic features of the placenta, see [1]; the classification of villi and the types of villi, see [1]; stereological parameters of the growing placenta, see [20]; syncytial fusion and the involvement of apoptosis, see [22] and [23];

the impact of oxygen on placental development and placental-related disorders of pregnancy, see [16]; the composition and characteristics of fetal membranes, see [35]; rupture of fetal membranes, see [34]; placental assessment by ultrasound, see [37]; placental Doppler, see [40,43,44]; developmental placental pathology, see [1,37].

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