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Plate 11

Fig. 29. Photograph ( x 1-8) of a uterus which contained a 60 mm. foetus (CX. 112). The uterine lumen is still apparent in the lower half of the uterus. The decidua basalis is very thin. Distorted and dilated uterine glands are present in the decidua vera to the right of the area of placental attachment.

Fig. 30. Photomicrograph ( x 18) of a section through the central portion of the in situ placenta of a 30 mm. embryo (CX. 106). Two large openings from the intervillous space into uterine veins are shown. A plug of villi can be seen in the right of these communications.

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Reference

Hamilton WJ. and Boyd JD. Development of the human placenta in the first three months of gestation. (1960) J Anat. 94(3): 297-328. PMID14399291 | PDF


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