Chapter 1 Chairman's creation (pages 1–2): W. C. Marshall
Chapter 2 elements within the Motherhfant Dyad that impression the advance of Infections earlier than and After beginning (pages 3–16): Richard L. Naeye
Chapter three Pathology of the Placenta and twine in Ascending and in Haematogenous an infection (pages 17–38): William A. Blanc
Chapter four The Genesis of Amniotic Fluid Infections (pages 39–53): S. M. Ross, R. L. Naeye, J. P. Du Plessis and M. E. Visagie
Chapter five effects of Amniotic Fluid an infection: Early Neonatal Septicaemia (pages 55–67): Nebiat Tafari and Asa Ljungh?Wadstrom
Chapter 6 Perinatal Implications of the reduce Genital Tract plant life (pages 69–83): Jean M. Ross
Chapter 7 Neonatal team B Streptococcal an infection (pages 85–101): Thomas M. S. Reid and David J. Lloyd
Chapter eight Escherichia coli and workforce B Streptococcal Infections in Experimental Animals (pages 103–123): C. R. Coid
Chapter nine usual background of Perinatal Cytomegaloviral an infection (pages 125–147): Charles A. Alford, Sergio Stagno and Robert F. Pass
Chapter 10 results of Parasitic Infections in Pregnant girls (pages 149–170): M. C. Reinhardt
Chapter eleven incidence of Maternal and Neonatal Infections in a constructing state: attainable Low?Cost Preventive Measures (pages 171–186): Juan J. Urrutia, Roberto Sosa, John H. Kennell and Marshall Klaus
Chapter 12 The Secretory IgA procedure within the Neonatal interval (pages 187–213): L. A. Hanson, B. Carlsson, U. Dahlgren, L. Mellander and C. Svanborg Eden
Chapter thirteen Perinatal Infections: The Obstetrician's perspective (pages 215–227): John Malvern
Chapter 14 Infections in Neonatal devices: Prevention is healthier than medication (pages 229–245): C. A. Hughes and M. J. Harran
Chapter 15 Perinatal Infections: Prevention of Long?Term Sequelae (pages 247–280): James B. Hanshaw
Chapter sixteen Chairman's ultimate feedback (pages 281–282): W. C. Marshall
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In two similar cases the obstetrician delivered the baby by Caesarean section after amniocentesis at six months. The baby was alive and well and survived, yet the placenta still showed extensive villitis. Is there a virus that could stay in the cervix and reinfect the mother several times? Taylor-Robinson: Have Chlamydia trachomatis organisms been considered enough? They produce lymphocytic infiltration of the cervix. In fact, infiltration by lymphocytes is one of the hallmarks of chlamydial infections, though viral infections produce it too.
Am J Dis Child 99:7 14-729 Bergman N, Bercovici B, Sacks T 1972 Antibacterial activity of human amniotic fluid. Am J Obstet Gynecol l14:520-523 Lauweryns J , Bernat R, Lerut A, Detournay G 1973 Intrauterine pneumonia. An experimental study. Biol Neonate 22:301-318 McCarthy K 1973 Discussion comment. In: Intrauterine infections. Associated Scienrific Publishers, Amsterdam (Ciba Found Symp 10) p 148 Naeye RL 1977 Causes of perinatal mortality in the US collaborative perinatal project. J Am Med Assoc 238:228-229 Naeye RL 1978 Amniotic fluid infections, neonatal hyperbilirubinemia and psychomotor impairment.
We have however seen occasional cells that were interpreted as chromatin-positive within the inflamed villi of a male fetus. It is not surprising that a small number of maternal cells may gain access to the exposed villus core when there is extensive trophoblastic necrosis. There is no evidence that this actually represents an initial step in a graft rejection response. Role and origin of other migratory cells in inflamed villi Interferon production by lymphocytes provides an additional local defence mechanism.
Ciba Foundation Symposium 77 - Perinatal Infections