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a minute hairlike projection on mucous membrane

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Placental tissue from one miscarriage showed heterogeneous chorionic villi with calcification, fibrosis, perivillous fibrin deposition, and patchy intervillositis and focal villitis, while tissue from the other miscarriage had sparsely sampled normal-appearing chorionic villi.
Placental chorionic villi from maternal decidua, blood clots and mucus were dissected under a dissecting microscope into fragments a few millimetres in size.
It is adjacent to clots, vast fields of fibrinoid with necrotic immured chorionic villi and calcification foci.
Total surface of all chorionic villi in anemic mothers' placenta is 9.
Final diagnosis was based on the presence or absence of chorionic villi on permanent histology of uterine curettage.
The lack of a gestational sac or chorionic villi within the specimen made an ectopic pregnancy or GTN unlikely.
The more advantage in use of chorionic villi tissue is the early diagnosis on the embryo.
The results obtained with COLD-PCR were in complete concordance with those obtained for fetal DNA extracted from chorionic villi (Fig.
Accuracy of abnormal karyotypes after the analysis of both short-and long-term culture of chorionic villi.
It occurs when the chorionic villi invade into the myometrium.
The new test can be performed on conventional samples, such as blood and prenatal specimens including amniotic fluid and chorionic villi sampling (CVS).
Cells collected from an amniocentesis and chorionic villi sampling is the only way to know with certainty whether your child has any chromosomal abnormality.