By J. M. Bruce
12 pages together with covers, easy and particular details at the aircraft and its provider with bw and colour illustrations
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4JIntravascular coagulation, with intravascular fibrin deposits. (e) Transplacental circulation in twins. (/) Placental transport deficiency. 3. The fetus. (a) Congenital abnormalities. (b) Infection. (c) Twins. Signs of retarded intrauterine growth There is a small group of neonates who are born small-for-dates when there has been no deteaable reason during the pregnancy. Thus, while it is important to be vigilant for the symptoms and signs listed, it is also important to observe the growth of both the uterus and fetus so as to detect at the earliest possible opportunity any sign of fetal growth retardation.
The blastocyst is usually embedded in the endometrium by the 6th and 7th day following fertilization, and commences to secrete minute quantities of human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), which is both luteinizing and luteotrophic. This maintains the corpus luteum, producing oestrogen and progesterone; the endometrium becomes decidua and amenorrhoea begins. SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS DETECTED DURING PREGNANCY Rise in basal temperature Progesterone, released from the follicle after ovulation, is thermogenic.
Aircraft Profile No. 21: The Bristol Fighter by J. M. Bruce