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The morphological study of the development of "intimal thickenings" of the human uterine artery in physiological condition was performed on 72 uterine arteries obtained from foetuses from the 12th week of gestation up to birth. Our results indicate that intimal thickening is formed by the migration and displacement of mesenchymal cells around the site of origin of collateral vessel from uterine mesothelium. These cells firstly differentiate into the myoblasts and then into the myocites. Duringpmid:11552660 fatcat:lj2o5xflhvdz5lzwajg56s4sju