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Uterine and Tubal Gestation (1903): Part I. The Essentials of Uterine Gestation I. The Processes Antedating Uterine Gestation | II. The Embedding of the Ovum in the Guinea-Pig | III. The Embedding of the Human Ovum | IV. The Early Development of the Human Ovum | V. The Trophoblast in the Ova of Animals | VI. The Trophoblast of the Human Ovum | VII. The Further Development of the Human Ovum | VIII. The Chorionic Villi | IX. The Membrana Chorii | X. The Blood-Forming Function of the Trophoblast | XI. The Further Development of the Uterine Placenta | XII. The Placenta | XIII. The Umbilical Vessels and Cord | XIV. Gross Anatomy of the Placenta Part II. The Essentials of Tubal Gestation I. Processes Antedating Gestation in the Tube | II. Varying Views Concerning the Histology of Tubal Gestation | III. Embedding of the Ovum and the Development of Extra-Embryonal structures | Part III. Ovarian and Placental Secretion
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This early historic 1903 textbook by Samuel Wyllis Bandler (1869-1932) described the understanding of human normal and abnormal implantation at that time. Some of these historic theories described in this textbook have now proved inaccurate or incorrect. Note that all early human developmental stages were still described as the "ovum", today this would be described as the zygote, morula, and blastocyst stages with implantation occurring in week 2.


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Uterine and Tubal Gestation

A study of the Embedding and Development of the Human Ovum, the Early Growth of the Embryo, and the Development of the Syncytium and Placental Gland

by Samuel Wyllis Bandler (1869-1932)

Illustrated By Ninety-Three Drawings

Dedicated to:

Ferdinand Graf Von Spee, Professor of Anatomy in the University Of Kiel.


In admiration of his most valuable contributions to our scientific knowledge and in gratitude for personal kindnesses.

Ferdinand Graf Von Spee

Ferdinand Graf Von Spee (1855-1937)

Preface

Many of these pages appeared in The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology under the title, "On the Etiology, Histology, and Usual Course of Ectopic Gestation." Enough has been added to make the processes antedating and accompanying uterine gestation fairly complete and up to date. The essential features in this channel, as regards the earliest stages, are to be credited to Spee. Attempt has been made to aid in the decision concerning several doubtful problems, particularly as to the origin of the syncytium. Attention has been paid to the decided probability that the placenta is a gland with potentials of great importance from the standpoint of secretion. Some personal views concerning the formation of villi and the bloodforming function of the trophoblast have been brought forward with a full realization that criticism and further observations are to prove them correct or otherwise. In spite of the great labors of gifted investigators, final decision is yet to be given on many points, so changeable are the processes at various stages and so probable is it that many ova are pathological.


To Minot, Mall, v. Spee, and others we are greatly indebted for pioneer work on allied questions. The subject of chorioma, or chorio-epithelioma, has been introduced, because in its microscopical character it so closely reproduces many normal conditions.


I am under great personal obligation to Dr. A. Brothers for the gross specimens which furnished the material for Part II and a portion of Part III. He placed all of his large material and histories at my disposal, for which kindnesses I here express my sincerest thanks.


Samuel Wyllis Bandler.

Contents

Part I. The Essentials of Uterine Gestation

I. The Processes Antedating Uterine Gestation

  A. The Trophic Influence of the Ovary

  B. Constitutional Changes Dependent on the Ovary

  C. Menstruation

  D. The Action of Ovarian Secretion on the Endometrium.

  E. The Relation of Ovulation and Menstruation

  F. Ovulation

II. The Embedding of the Ovum in the Guinea-Pig

  A. Uterus of the Guinea-Pig

  B. The Embedding of the Guinea-Pig's Ovum

III. The Embedding of the Human Ovum

  A. The Uterus

    Decidua Menstrualis

    Decidua Graviditatis in the First Week

    Decidua Graviditatis

  B. The Embedding of the Human Ovum

    Ovum in the Earliest Stages

    Capsularis

    The Enveloping Zone

IV. The Early Development of the Human Ovum

  Division into Embryonal and Extra-Embyronal Areas

V. The Trophoblast in the Ova of Animals

  The Earliest Development of the Ectoblastic Extra-Embryonal Area

VI. The Trophoblast of the Human Ovum

  The Earliest Development of the Ectoblastic Extra-Embryonal Area of the Ovum

  Trophoblast

  The Primary Intervillous Space

VII. The Further Development of the Human Ovum

  The Early Development of the Embryonal Area

VIII. The Chorionic Villi

  A. Early Development

  B. In the Fourth Week of Uterine Gestation

IX. The Membrana Chorii

X. The Blood-Forming Function of the Trophoblast

XI. The Further Development of the Uterine Placenta

XII. The Placenta

XIII. The Umbilical Vessels and Cord

  A. The Umbilical Vessels

  B. The Umbilical Cord

  C. The Amnion

XIV. Gross Anatomy of the Placenta


Part II. The Essentials of Tubal Gestation

I. Processes Antedating Gestation in the Tube

  Etiology

II. Varying Views Concerning the Histology of Tubal Gestation

  The Decidua

  Embedding of the Ovum, the Reflexa or Capsularis

  Intervillous Space

  Villi

  Deportation

  Conclusions

III. Embedding of the Ovum and the Development of Extra-Embryonal structures

  I. The Columnar Type of Tubal Gestation

  II. The Intercolumnar Type of Tubal Gestation

  III. The Centrifugal Type of Tubal Gestation

  Conclusions

  IV. The Usual Course of Tubal Gestation


Part III. Ovarian and Placental Secretion

  The Relation of the Chorionic Epithelium to Chorio-Epithelioma

  Chorio-Epithelioma or Chorioma



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