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The oxygen deficiency shows that the placental circulation in the hypertensive patient is reduced by a third and confirms that oxygen saturation in the arteries and umbilical veins of the fetus of pregnant women with preeclampsia is reduced.
The fetus was released from the uterus, and the placental circulation was kept intact.
The harmful effects of hyperglycemiarelated changes in the cytokine profile have been observed in placental circulation, including in endothelial cells and vascular smooth muscle cells [11, 31].
Thus, the morphological study of placentas from 22 women with genital infection being in preterm labor in term of 30-36 weeks indicates severe disorders of uterus and placental circulation as well as severe degenerative changes in all structural components of the placenta due to inflammatory infiltration of decidua and chorionic plate membranes.
Trophoblast invasion in spiral arteries of the uterus is the essential prerequisite for successful development of placental circulation [20], and it is important to understand the dynamics of this process.