deciduitis


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deciduitis

[də‚sid·yə′wīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the decidua.
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(18(p875)) Other nonspecific findings that can be seen include delayed villous maturation, lymphoplasmacytic deciduitis, and chorioamnionitis.
El segundo mortinato lo tuvo a los 33 anos de edad, era de sexo femenino, de 24 semanas de gestacion, sin malformaciones reportadas, la placenta evidencio numerosos infartos antiguos, deciduitis aguda y subcorionitis aguda.
Pathological analysis of the debris from the conceptus revealed chorioamnionitis, necrotizing deciduitis, and villitis.
This manifested as local and diffuse seropurulent basal deciduitis, chorioamnionitis and inflammation of membranes.
The mother of the infant with the positive cord blood (n=1) had higher than median VL, lower than median [CD4.sup.+] count, received AZT, and the placenta showed chorioamnionitis with cord-vessel vasculitis and chronic deciduitis.
Samples from the 10 women who had miscarriages and positive PCR results showed various histologic features, including deciduitis, chorioamnionitis, and plasmocytes in the decidua, which are compatible with chronic endometritis.
This ascending infection into the uterine cavity from the lower genital tract can result in deciduitis, chorioamnionitis, amniotic fluid infection, fetal sepsis and intrauterine death.
La placenta fue enviada a patologia y reporto deciduitis aguda, depositos perivellosos de fibrina, maduracion vellositaria acelerada y eritrocitos nucleados circulantes.
Villous immaturity, edema, hypervascularity, stromal fibrosis and calcification, focal syncytiotrophoblast necrosis, and mild lymphocytic deciduitis may also be present (Figure 6, A through C).
Hematoxylin and eosin-stained histologic sections of all placentas were investigated for deciduitis, vasculitis, endometritis, or chorioamnionitis.
Se hicieron los diagnosticos finales de: feto masculino moderadamente macerado, de 34 semanas de gestacion, aproximadamente, por biometria con infeccion por citomegalovirus, con compromiso de pulmon, glandula tiroides, pancreas y placenta; y placenta con villositis cronica, abruptio placentae, deciduitis cronica y eritrocitos nucleados circulantes.