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Recurrence of Basal Plate Myofibers with Further Consideration of Pathogenesis

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Recurrence of Basal Plate Myofibers with Further Consideration of Pathogenesis
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Heller
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Debra
Affiliation
Pathology & Laboratory Medicine (New Jersey Medical School, NJMS), Rutgers University
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author
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Wyand
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Rachel
Affiliation
Department of Pathology, Rochester General Hospital
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author
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Cramer
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Stewart F.
Affiliation
Department of Pathology, Rochester General Hospital
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author
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Pathology & Laboratory Medicine (New Jersey Medical School, NJMS)
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New Jersey Medical School (NJMS)
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Article, Refereed
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Accepted Manuscript (AM)
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Peer reviewed
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2018
Abstract (type = Abstract)
Objectives: Basal plate myofibers (BPMF) may indicate morbid adherence. We assessed recurrence and clinical progression of BPMF.
Methods: In 5 years, 135 BPMF placentas were reported. Controls were the first 50 placentas in 2009, none of which had reported BPMF.
Results: 32% of BPMF patients had other placentas, with a recurrence rate of 100%. Actin stains were needed for diagnosis in 117/179 cases (65%). These cases had clinical features suggestive of morbid adherence in 69/117 (59%.) 23/47 (49%) of BPMF recurrences progressed in severity, 5 to hysterectomy (11%). Thinning of the basal plate, perforating vessels, gaps in the basal plate, and villi under the basal plate were observed in BPMF placentas.
Conclusions: These findings appear to validate screening for BPMF. The 100% recurrence rate suggests evaluation for a heritable factor, i.e., protease inhibitor deficiency, which may explain pre-delivery basal plate damage.
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English
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23 pages
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Basal plate myofibers
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Placenta
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Morbid adherence
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Accreta
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Fetal and Pediatric Pathology
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Genesee Hospital Foundation
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Originator
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Grant award
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Rochester General Hospital Foundation
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Originator
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Heller, Debra
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rucore30185000001
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doi:10.7282/T3Z03CRB
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Accepted Manuscript
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2018-11-07T16:41:00
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2018-11-07T16:41:00
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