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- adj. Of or pertaining to the uterus and the placenta
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to the uterus and the contained placenta.
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Fetuses diagnosed with a giant neck mass may require the EXIT procedure to provide time to secure an airway while the baby is still attached to the umbilical cord and to preserve uteroplacental gas exchange.
A special uterine stapling device is used to open the uterus to prevent bleeding and general anesthesia is used to preserve uteroplacental blood flow.
Moreover, strong contractions and strenuous pushing may further reduce the uteroplacental circulation.
A common cause of fetal growth restriction in clinical practice is intrauterine hypoxia due to uteroplacental insufficiency
Fetal hypoxia is a common clinical problem, frequently caused by uteroplacental insufficiency and disturbed blood supply to the fetus.
Chaouat G, Ledee-Bataille N, Dubanchet S (2007) Immune cells in uteroplacental tissues throughout pregnancy: a brief review.
This restores the balance of the fluid in the two sacs and improves uteroplacental blood flow.