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Regarding option C: Although it is correct that testosterone is converted into DHT, it is the former, not the latter, which is responsible for differentiation of the mesonephric (a.k.a. Wolffian) ducts: Between 8 and 12 weeks, the initial secretion of testosterone stimulates mesonephric ducts to transform into a system of organs—the epididymis, vas ...


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The placenta does not turn "hostile" to the mother or fetus. Placentation abnormalities can result in harmful situations, but these are a secondary result. Structural anomalies of placentation: placenta accreta/percreta: means that the placenta took hold not only in the uterine mucosa, which is the normal state, but through it up to the myometrium (muscle ...


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An abnormal placenta position can lead to increased risk of heavy bleeding during placental delivery which further complicates the process by needing blood transfusion drugs. Anterior placental attachment is associated with increased risk of pregnancy induced hypertension , gestational diabetes mellitus due to dysfunction of lactogen hormone secreted by ...



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