Chronic Villitis of Unknown Etiology and Eosinophilic/T-cell Chorionic Vasculitis
Philip J. Katzman, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY
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A 39 year old G1P0 woman was admitted for induction of labor due to chronic hypertension at term. A 3200 gram female infant was born after vacuum-assisted vaginal delivery. The placenta required manual removal. The 282 gram placenta appeared disrupted and possibly incomplete. The submitted slide is a section from the placenta.