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Miscarriage – pictures and pathology

Miscarriage – pictures and pathology

Miscarriage

Miscarriage

 

  • Miscarriage is the interruption of pregnancy before 28 week of gestation.
  • In early abortion, fetal parts are not seen in curettages.
  • Specimens contain rich in glycogen stromal cells of the uterine mucosa which are called decidua (D) and plenty of immature chorionic villi with different size and shape.
  • The villi are covered by unilayer basal tropholast cells – called cytotrophoblast (Langhans layer) and outer multinucleated trophoblast layer – the syncytiotrophoblast.

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