transplacental


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trans·pla·cen·tal

 (trăns′plə-sĕn′tl)
adj.
Passing through or occurring across the placenta: a transplacental infection.

trans′pla·cen′tal·ly adv.
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transplacental

(ˌtrænzpləˈsɛntəl)
adj
(Medicine) across or through the placenta
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trans•pla•cen•tal

(ˌtræns pləˈsɛn tl)

adj.
across or passing through the placenta.
[1925–30]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.transplacental - occurring through or by way of the placenta; "transplacental passage of nutrients"
placental - pertaining to or having or occurring by means of a placenta; "all mammals except monotremes and marsupials are placental mammals"
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Translations

trans·pla·cen·tal

a. transplacental, a través de la placenta.
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The foetal outcome may become less favorable, as it is affected by transplacental passage of antibody.
For example, women immunized before 33 weeks' gestation had significantly greater transplacental antibody transfer than those immunized later in pregnancy, with resultant markedly greater vaccine efficacy in their offspring as well: a placebo-subtracted 70% reduction in RSV lower respiratory tract infection with severe hypoxemia through 90 days, compared with a 44% reduction associated with immunization at gestational week 33 or later.
Previously, transplacental neosporosis was experimentally demonstrated in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) in the United States (2,3).
Regardless of source, it turns out that it's not rare for adult females carry detectable male cells which can't be explained as simple short-term residual from transplacental bloodstream mixing in their bodies, with one representative study (1) reporting prevalence on the order of 10 to 20 percent.
About 30 % of world population is infected by hepatitis B virus.3 Transmission of the virus may occur through percutaneous or mucosal exposure to infected blood and various body fluids, as well as through saliva, menstrual, vaginal, and seminal fluids; transmission may also be vertical (transplacental).3, 4 Sexual transmission of HB is a major route, especially when there are multiple sex partners or contact with sex workers, hence classified as a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
After the intervention, the transplacental therapy of maternal oral digoxin (0.25 mg/d) was administrated for 2 weeks in order to improve RV function.
Formation of DNA adducts in tissues of mouse progeny through transplacental contamination and/or lactation after administration of a single dose of ochratoxin A to the pregnant mother.
The origin of this condition can be classified as de novo, transplacental, or from giant congenital malignant nevus.
(2017) has also reported the transplacental transmission and subsequent persistence of T.
NLE is a rare form of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) believed to be caused by transplacental transfer of anti-Ro (Sjogrens syndrome antigen A, SSA), or less commonly, anti-La (Sjogrens syndrome antigen B, SSB) from mothers who are positive for these antibodies.
[4] In pregnant women, these metals reached the fetus by transplacental transfer.