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airpost.n et A cce pted 5 M a ABSTRACT Aim s: Retained placenta (RP) is a major cause of obstetric haemorrhage. The aim of the study was to obtain a better understanding of the mechanisms that cause some placentas to become retained, while most are not. M ethods: 23 RPs clinically diagnosed as placenta adhesiva and 10 control placentas (CPs) were examined for differences in trophoblast fusion into multinucleated trophoblastic giant cells (MTGCs), defects in the basal decidua, and decidualdoi:10.1136/jcp.2009.065953 pmid:19734475 fatcat:ogmek3kqanbdpiutzeysu34oym