Traducción de placenta en Español:


placenta, n.

Pronunciación /pləˈsɛn(t)ə//pləˈsɛntə/

nombrePlural placentas, Plural placentae

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    placenta femenino
    • Chorioangiopagus vessels are vessels that join the fetuses in the placenta.
    • Folic acid also is crucial to support the rapid growth of the placenta and fetus.
    • Transplanting cord blood stem cells from placenta and umbilical cords have the same effect as a bone-marrow transplant.
    • Placenta accreta is a placenta that implants too deeply and too firmly into the uterine wall.
    • Causes of spontaneous abortion may relate to the fetus, the placenta, or the uterus.
    • This transformation is essential to ensure a normal blood supply to the fetus and placenta throughout pregnancy.
    • In each later pregnancy, maternal Rh antibodies can cross the placenta and reach the fetus.
    • These help to anchor it to the lining of the uterus and will eventually grow into the placenta, the organ that feeds and protects the baby until birth.
    • The sonographer scans the patient, taking an initial assessment of the fetuses, the placenta, and the amniotic cavity.
    • We analyzed tissues from 368 specimens of pregnancy loss and 219 placentas of live-born infants using CGH.
    • The mother had an aggressive metastatic disease, and the cancer could have spread across the placenta to the fetus.
    • We felt that compared with placentas with focal lesions, placentas with well-established HEV would more reliably reflect associated events.
    • The placenta connects the baby's blood supply to the mother's blood.
    • The baby is connected to the umbilical cord, the umbilical cord to the placenta, and the placenta to the mother, at least at this stage of the proceedings.
    • In most pregnant women, the placenta forms and grows just as it should.
    • She could also transmit the infection to the fetus across the placenta.
    • He explores how cocaine destroys the placenta, the fetus, and the infant's life.
    • New alternatives, which are currently experimental, include harvesting stem cells from umbilical cord blood or placentas of new born babies.
    • Alcohol enters the fetus readily through the placenta and is eliminated by maternal metabolism.
    • It most likely functions as an adhesion protein, connecting the placenta to the uterus.