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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.

transplacental

(ˌtrænzpləˈsɛntəl)
adj
(Medicine) across or through the placenta

trans•pla•cen•tal

(ˌtræns pləˈsɛn tl)

adj.
across or passing through the placenta.
[1925–30]
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"
Translations

trans·pla·cen·tal

a. transplacental, a través de la placenta.
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Notably, maternal vaccination reduced infant hospitalization for RSV lower respiratory tract infection by 44% during the first 90 days of life, when levels of transplacentally transferred neutralizing antibodies against RSV A and B were highest, with events occurring in 57 of 2,765 evaluable infants in the active treatment arm and in 53 of 1,430 controls.
Development after exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls and dichlorodiphenyl dichloroethene transplacentally and through human milk.
caninum occurs both transplacentally and horizontally (Dubey and Schares, 2011) but the rate of vertical versus horizontal transmission varies among herds (Bartels et al., 2007).
Recent studies have found Lyme can be transmitted sexually, transplacentally, and in breast milk.
Clinical features of congenital hypothyroidism are often subtle after birth due to ameliorating effect of passage of maternal thyroid hormones transplacentally to foetus.
The virus is transmitted to humans by a bite of an infected mosquito, but it is also possible to intermittently transmit the infection, through transfusion of blood and blood products, organ transplantation and transplacentally. WNV was detected in human milk, but the transmission of viruses via breastfeeding has not been sufficiently investigated [23].
When women are infected during pregnancy, the virus can be transmitted to the embryo or fetus transplacentally. Infection causes risk for miscarriage; in utero fetal death; fetopathy, including severe central nervous system or ocular malformations; and severe neurologic sequelae.
EOS is primarily the result of intrapartum vertical transmission of bacteria from the mother to the neonate, either transplacentally or due to ascending infection from the genital tract.
Urban, "Diagnosis of transplacentally induced toxoplasmosis in pigs," American Journal of Veterinary Research, vol.
The immaturity of the newborn's immune system contributes to this and also to the persistence of transplacentally received antibodies from the mother, the immunocompatibility of protective and compensatory mechanisms in the first year of a baby's life.