Medical Definition of Haemomonochorial placenta

1. A haemomonochorial placenta is a type of haemochorial placenta (placenta where the chorion, or membrane enclosing the foetus, comes in direct contact with the mother's blood) where a single layer of trophoblast tissue separates the mother's blood from the blood capillaries of the foetus. (09 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haemomonochorial Placenta

haemolytic plaque assay
haemolytic splenomegaly
haemolytic streptococci
haemolytic system
haemolytic unit
haemolytic uraemic syndrome
haemolyzation
haemolyze
haemomanometer
haemomanometers
haemomediastinum
haemometer
haemometers
haemometra
haemometry
haemomonochorial placenta (current term)
haemonchiasis
haemonchosis
haemonchus
haemonectin
haemonephrosis
haemonies
haemony
haemoparasite
haemopathology
haemopathy
haemoperfusion
haemopericardium
haemoperitoneum
haemopexin

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