A selection of articles related to miscarriage pathology.
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- Placental pathology of recurrent spontaneous abortion: the role of
- 1Department of Paediatric Pathology, Great Ormond Street Hospital, 2Recurrent Miscarriage Unit, Department of Obstetrics &.
- Biology and pathology of the placenta in relation to antiphospholipid
- Pathological ndings in miscarriage.
- IC022SUFW 4pp Issue 9
- no underlying pathology. Recurrent miscarriage is defined as the loss of three or more consecutive pregnancies. This affects.
Suggested Web Resources
- Miscarriage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A miscarriage can be confirmed via ultrasound and by the examination of the passed tissue.
- Confused about miscarriage pathology report.? - Yahoo! Answers
- That sounds wrong to me. Maybe your results were mixed with someone elses.
- Miscarriage explained | Better Health Channel
- Pathology tests are sometimes performed after a miscarriage but generally no cause can be identified.
- D & C vs. Natural Miscarriage - GoodCityLiving.Com
- The issue of natural miscarriage vs. D&C is an extremely personal one.