Über dieses Buch This book provides a comprehensive resource on the pathology debra terry singleton the human singleton placenta. Agreed nomenclature, nosology, definitions and, where possible, thresholds for meaningful clinical corrections for lesions ideal for practical application in clinical practice are presented.
Evidence is also featured on relevant potential clinical correlations to aid the reader in deciding upon the most appropriate management strategy. Areas of current uncertainty are also covered for potential future research.
Pathology of the Placenta systematically describes placental pathology, and represents a valuable resource for practising and trainee pathologists, obstetricians, neonatologists and epidemiologists. Peter G. He qualified in medicine from Singles pegnitz University Rotterdam, the Netherlands and did his pathology training at the Department of Pathology, University Hospital Groningen, the Netherlands where he became a consultant pathologist.
He has published extensively in placental pathology. Terry K.
He is the director of placental pathology and the focus of his research laboratory is to determine how abnormal blood flow to the placenta leads to common maternal pregnancy complications and fetal programming of adult onset disease in theirprogeny. Sanne J Gordijn, MD, PhD, completed her residency training inUniversity of Groningen, the Netherlands and is a consultant in obstetrics witha special interest in perinatology.
Her research interests are in perinatalautopsy, placental pathology and classification of perinatal mortality. Additionally, it may serve as an additional reference for clinical obstetricians or pediatricians specializing in neonatology.