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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 126, Number 7, 1 July 2018

APMIS special issue – Placental Pathology
pp. 543-543(1)
Authors: Olsen, Tina Elisabeth; Maroun, Lisa Leth

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Maternal vascular malperfusion of the placental bed
pp. 551-560(10)
Author: Ernst, Linda M.

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Fetal vascular malperfusion, an update
pp. 561-569(9)
Authors: Redline, Raymond W.; Ravishankar, Sanjita

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Defense and infection of the human placenta
pp. 570-588(19)
Authors: Heerema‐McKenney, Amy

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Placental pathologic lesions with a significant recurrence risk – what not to miss!
pp. 589-601(13)
Authors: Chen, Athena; Roberts, Drucilla J.

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Re‐view and view on maturation disorders in the placenta
pp. 602-612(11)
Authors: Turowski, Gitta; Vogel, Martin

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Abnormalities of placenta implantation
pp. 613-620(8)
Authors: Cunha Castro, Eumenia Costa; Popek, Edwina

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The placenta in intrauterine demise
pp. 621-625(5)
Author: Boyd, Theonia K.

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Histopathological examination of the placenta in twin pregnancies
pp. 626-637(12)
Author: Fitzgerald, Brendan

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The structure and utility of the placental pathology report
pp. 638-646(9)
Authors: Turowski, Gitta; Tony Parks, W.; Arbuckle, Susan; Jacobsen, Anne F.; Heazell, Alexander

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Update on the pathology of gestational trophoblastic disease
pp. 647-654(8)
Author: Heller, Debra S.

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