Endometrial patterns in malformed uteri.

G. B. Candiani, L. Fedele, D. Zamberletti, D. De Virgiliis, S. Carinelli

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Abstract

In the 12 subsep uteri the endometrium covering the septum was studied using light microscopy, electronic scanning microscopy and electronic transmission microscopy for the purpose of determining if it should be considered a reason for inadequate implantation and therefore justify an anomalous evolution of pregnancy. The results show that compared with a normal endometrium there is only a slight difference with the basal state. This alteration could however negatively influence the stages of development following implantation and particularly the structure of the maternal-fetal relationships which preclude placentation.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)311-318
Number of pages8
JournalActa Europaea Fertilitatis
Volume14
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1983

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Uterus
Microscopy
Endometrium
Placentation
Fetus
Mothers
Light
Pregnancy

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Candiani, G. B., Fedele, L., Zamberletti, D., De Virgiliis, D., & Carinelli, S. (1983). Endometrial patterns in malformed uteri. Acta Europaea Fertilitatis, 14(5), 311-318.

Endometrial patterns in malformed uteri. / Candiani, G. B.; Fedele, L.; Zamberletti, D.; De Virgiliis, D.; Carinelli, S.

In: Acta Europaea Fertilitatis, Vol. 14, No. 5, 09.1983, p. 311-318.

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Candiani, GB, Fedele, L, Zamberletti, D, De Virgiliis, D & Carinelli, S 1983, 'Endometrial patterns in malformed uteri.', Acta Europaea Fertilitatis, vol. 14, no. 5, pp. 311-318.
Candiani GB, Fedele L, Zamberletti D, De Virgiliis D, Carinelli S. Endometrial patterns in malformed uteri. Acta Europaea Fertilitatis. 1983 Sep;14(5):311-318.
Candiani, G. B. ; Fedele, L. ; Zamberletti, D. ; De Virgiliis, D. ; Carinelli, S. / Endometrial patterns in malformed uteri. In: Acta Europaea Fertilitatis. 1983 ; Vol. 14, No. 5. pp. 311-318.
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