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General: primary referencesnormal anatomynormal histologyplacental developmentplacental hormonescommon misdiagnoses

Infectious conditions: acute villitischorioamnionitischronic intervillositisvillitis of unknown etiologyspecific infectious organisms

Placental gross/microscopic abnormalities, non-neoplastic: accessory (succenturiate) lobeacute chorionic vasculitisamnion nodosumamniotic band rupturebilobate placentaBreus molechronic deciduitiscircummarginatecircumvallateconfined placental mosaicismcystsdecidual vasculopathydiffuse chorioamniotic hemosiderosisfat depositsfetal nucleated red blood cellsfetal thrombotic vasculopathyfibrinfistula lined by intermediate trophoblastgeographic villihemorrhagehemorrhagic endovasculitishypoxiairon depositslow placental weightmaternal floor infarctionmeconium stainingoverweight placentasplacenta accretaplacental edemaplacental infarctplacental mesenchymal dysplasiaplacental polypplacenta previaplacental site subinvolutionretroplacental hematomasquamous metaplasiasubamniotic vernix caseosumTenney Parker changesuteroplacental insufficiencyvillous dysmaturityyolk sac remnant

Placental findings in specific newborn/fetal or maternal conditions: aneuploidyBeckwith-Widemann syndromeblighted ovumectopic pregnancyfetal deathfetal neurologic impairment / cerebral palsyhydrops fetalismissed abortionrecurrent fetal losssclerodermaseptic abortionsickle cell diseasesmokingspontaneous abortionsystem lupus erythematosusthrombosis of fetal arteriestoxemia of pregnancy (pre-eclampsia and eclampsia)triploidytrisomyTurnerís syndrometwinstwins-acardiatwins-fetal papyraceustwin-twin transfusion syndrome

Umbilical cord: normalacute funisitisamniotic webembryonic remnantsfurcate insertionhematomaknotslong cordmarginal insertionmarked segmental thinningnecrotizing funisitisnuchal cordprolapsed cordshort cordsingle umbilical arterysupernumerary vesselsteratomathin cordtorsionvelamentous insertion

Non-trophoblastic neoplasms: chorangiomachorangiomatosischorangiosiscongenital primitive epithelial tumor of livergiant pigmented nevi of newbornhemangioendotheliomahepatocellular adenoma-like lesion of placentalymphomametastases to placentatransient myeloproliferative disease of newborn

Gestational trophoblastic disease: generalchoriocarcinomacomplete moleepithelioid trophoblastic tumorexaggerated placental sitehydatidiform moles-generalinvasive molepartial/incomplete moleplacental site noduleplacental site trophoblastic tumor

Miscellaneous: stagingfeatures of tumors to reportgrossing placentasstandard diagnostic report


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A-E: accessory (succenturiate) lobeacute chorionic vasculitisacute funisitisacute villitisamnion nodosumamniotic band ruptureamniotic webaneuploidyBeckwith-Widemann syndromebilobate placentablighted ovumBreus molechorangiomachorangiomatosischorangiosischorioamnionitischoriocarcinomachronic deciduitischronic intervillositiscircummarginatecircumvallatecommon misdiagnosescomplete moleconfined placental mosaicismcongenital primitive epithelial tumor of livercystsdecidual vasculopathydiffuse chorioamniotic hemosiderosisectopic pregnancyembryonic remnantsepithelioid trophoblastic tumorexaggerated placental site

F-N: fat depositsfeatures of tumors to reportfetal deathfetal neurologic impairment / cerebral palsyfetal nucleated red blood cellsfetal thrombotic vasculopathyfibrinfistula lined by intermediate trophoblastfurcate insertiongeographic villigestational trophoblastic disease - generalgiant pigmented nevi of newborngrossing placentashemangioendotheliomahematomahemorrhagehemorrhagic endovasculitishepatocellular adenoma-like lesion of placentahydatidiform moles-generalhydrops fetalishypoxiainvasive moleiron depositsknotslong cordlow placental weightlymphomamarginal insertionmarked segmental thinningmaternal floor infarctionmeconium stainingmetastases to placentamissed abortionnecrotizing funisitisnormal placental anatomynormal placental histologynormal umbilical cordnuchal cord

O-Z: overweight placentaspartial/incomplete moleplacenta accretaplacenta previaplacental developmentplacental edemaplacental hormonesplacental infarctplacental mesenchymal dysplasiaplacental polypplacental site noduleplacental site subinvolutionplacental site trophoblastic tumorprolapsed cordrecurrent fetal lossretroplacental hematomasclerodermaseptic abortionshort cordsickle cell diseasesingle umbilical arterysmokingspecific infectious organismsspontaneous abortionsquamous metaplasiastandard diagnostic reportsubamniotic vernix caseosumsupernumerary vesselssystem lupus erythematosusTenney Parker changesteratomathin cordthrombosis of fetal arteriestorsiontoxemia of pregnancy (pre-eclampsia and eclampsia)transient myeloproliferative disease of newborntriploidytrisomyTurnerís syndrometwinstwins-acardiatwins-fetal papyraceustwin-twin transfusion syndromeuteroplacental insufficiencyvelamentous insertionvillitis of unknown etiologyvillous dysmaturityyolk sac remnant

Primary references
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AJCC Cancer Staging Manual (7th ed)

Recent Placenta books

Baergen: 2011

Benirschke: 2012

Hui: 2011

Kay: 2011


Kraus: 2004

Moffitt: 2011

Power: 2012

Silverberg: 1992



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