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Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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concluded that IUGR is associated with abnormalities in fetal circulation.
Increased proBNP secretion in infants of women with diabetes may affect both the fetal circulation and have autocrine effects within the heart.
Fibrous replacement of the villous stroma is assumed to take at least a week or more to develop after cessation of fetal circulation.
The article states that use of aspirin late in pregnancy may affect fetal circulation or cause uterine contractions.
More important, the researchers discovered that, on average, 30 percent of the cocaine circulating in the maternal blood entered the fetal circulation.
Gluco-corticoids, passing from the mother to the fetal circulation in the placenta, are important as a mediator of maternal stress and a critical factor in developmental programming (Seckl; John Challis, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada; Caitlin Wyrwoll, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia).
This study introduced the experience of EXIT procedure to solve the problems of fetal circulation induced by a fetal cardiac tumor.
The hypoxic event induces a compensatory response in the form of exaggerated erythropoiesis resulting in the release of immature red blood cells into the fetal circulation.
On the other hand, when maternal or fetal unconjugated bilirubin levels exceed the maternal capacity for catabolism, the excess bilirubin is transferred to the fetal circulation and may accumulate in fetal organs.
Once the periodontal bacteria reach the fetal-placental interface, either the host can rid of it, or the periodontal bacteria can cross the placental barrier and enter into the fetal circulation.
The transfer of substances and the amount that enters the fetal circulation are tightly controlled by at least four different mechanisms; simple diffusion, active transport, biotransformation through metabolic enzymes, and phagocytosis or pinocytosis (Syme et al.
It may cause gallstones or jaundice in the mother, and increased levels of serum bile salts can enter the fetal circulation and cause a reduction in the level of oxygen in the placenta.