What is placenta?
The placenta is an organ attached to the lining of the womb during pregnancy. The placenta is composed of both maternal tissue and tissue derived from the embryo. It contains blood spaces on the mother’s side and villi on the embryo’s side
Placenta is a special umbilical cord develops in the fourth week which establishes an intimate connection between the foetal membrane and he uterine wall.
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