Chorioangiomas of intermediate size and intrauterine growth retardation

Pathology, Research and Practice
D R MucitelliFrederick T Kraus


Very large chorioangiomas are a rare but well recognized cause of neonatal morbidity, while small ones are clinically insignificant. This study emphasizes that some chorioangiomas of intermediate size may be causally related to intrauterine growth retardation, and that they may be surprisingly difficult to detect in the unfixed placenta.


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