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Morphometric comparisons of term placentae from normotensive and pre-eclamptic pregnancies suggest maladaptations of the fetal component of the placenta in pre-eclampsia.
Adequate maternal, intervillous and fetal blood flow are all necessary for fetal wellbeing. Compromise to any part of this exchange would be detrimental to pregnancy outcome. Preeclampsia is associated with reduced ...