(redirected from decidua basalis)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to decidua basalis: decidua parietalis, decidua capsularis
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to decidua

the epithelial tissue of the endometrium

References in periodicals archive ?
Db, decidua basalis; N, Nose snout projection; Fv, fourth ventricle; H, heart; Fl, forelimb; Hl, hind limb Li, liver; Lv, lateral ventricle; T, tongue; Tb, tail bud; Th, Thalamus.
DBMSCs are isolated from the decidua basalis of the maternal tissue of human term placenta.
Diffuse and focal lymph leukocyte infiltrations were revealed in the decidua basalis in all cases.
Bleeding into the decidua basalis leads to the separation of the placenta from the uterine wall causing compression of these structures which compromise the blood supply to the foetus.
The stromal cells were isolated from Placental Decidua Basalis (PDB-MSC) Umbilical cord Wharton's Jelly (WJ-MSC) and Amniotic Membrane (AM-MSC).
Placenta accreta is defined as the abnormal presence of villi attached to the myometrium due to a defect in the decidua basalis. In the 1980s, placenta accreta was believed to be rare.
It has been suggested that cytotoxic T-cells increase at the decidua basalis in preeclampsia since the CD8+ T/CD3+ T-cells ratio in placental preeclamptic samples was much higher than in the samples taken from healthy pregnancies [96].
Each placenta was dissected into fetal (amnion, chorion) and maternal (decidua basalis) components within an hour of delivery.
The cytotrophoblast separates both the circulations and extends into the decidua basalis to form villi.
The maternal portion develops from the decidua basalis, and the fetal portion develops from the chorion frondosum.
Codigo TE Latin Espanol E6. Decidua Decidua E6. Decidua basalis Decidua basal E6. Decidua capsularis Decidua capsulai E6. Decidua parietales D ecidua parietal Tabla VI.
Cesarean section causes endometrial damage and uterine decidua basalis dysplasia.
[3] The condition is frequently complicated by invasion of Placental villi beyond decidua basalis causing Placenta accreta or increta.
The placenta is formed by the interaction of decidua basalis of the endometrium and chorionic villi of the fetus atimplanation site at about 8-10 weeks.