Medical Research

Recurrent Chronic Histiocytic Intervillositis with Intrauterine Growth Restriction, Osteopenia, and Fractures (Crawford et. al) – 2016

This Australian paper looks at a single woman who unfortunately had 4 pregnancies affected by CHI. Her fetuses also appeared to have a bone condition (osteogenesis imperfecta – OI) although the histology (looking down a microscope) of the bones didn’t match typical OI and she didn’t have any genetic markers for it either.


Crawford et al. – Recurrent chronic histiocytic intervillositis with intrauterine growth restriction, osteopenia, and fractures. – 2016

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