central placentation

central placentation

[′sen·trəl ‚pla·sən′tā·shən]
(botany)
Having the ovules located in the center of the ovary.
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Association between BMI and HTN was also analyzed and data suggests that even with normal BMI, if a women had lateral placentation, she had a high chance of developing PIH and even if the women is overweight or obese but having Central placentation then the chances of developing PIH is appear to be less.
Similarly with central placenta, chances of development of hypertension are comparatively very less and even if hypertension develops, most of the time it is of mild type while in lateral placentation, over all chances of development of PIH is very high as compared to central placentation (P value<0.

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