Placental massive perivillous fibrinoid deposition associated with coxsackievirus A16-report of a case, and review of the literature

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  • Massive placental perivillous fibrinoid deposition in the placenta is thought to be an immune-related condition associated with poor perinatal outcomes, including growth restriction and intrauterine fetal demise, with a high risk of recurrence. Rare cases have been associated with Coxsackievirus infection. We present such a case and review the literature.
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  • Heller DS; Tellier R; Pabbaraju K; Wong S; Faye-Petersen OM; Muehlenbachs A; Goldsmith C; Denison A; Zaki SR
  • Start Page

  • 421
  • End Page

  • 423
  • Volume

  • 19
  • Issue

  • 5