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Table 1 Characteristics of the foetuses enrolled in this study

From: Ectopic endometrium in human foetuses is a common event and sustains the theory of müllerianosis in the pathogenesis of endometriosis, a disease that predisposes to cancer

Gestational age Cause of death Presence of ectopic endometrium
1 18 weeks Voluntary abortion Yes
2 24 weeks Placental pathology Yes
3 25 weeks Placental pathology Yes
4 16 weeks Voluntary abortion Yes
5 23 weeks Placental pathology No
6 15 weeks Voluntary abortion No
7 20 weeks Voluntary abortion No
8 newborn Primary atypical pneumonia No
9 newborn Acute interstitial pneumonitis No
10 16 weeks Voluntary abortion No
11 23 weeks Placental pathology No
12 14 weeks Placental pathology No
13 21 weeks Voluntary abortion No
14 20 weeks Voluntary abortion No
15 20 weeks Voluntary abortion No
16 18 weeks Voluntary abortion No
17 19 weeks Voluntary abortion No
18 16 weeks Voluntary abortion No
19 23 weeks Placental pathology No
20 25 weeks Placental pathology No
21 newborn Acute interstitial pneumonitis No
22 newborn Primary atypical pneumonia No
23 20 weeks Voluntary abortion No
24 19 weeks Voluntary abortion No
25 newborn Cardiac malformation No
26 newborn Cardiac malformation No
27 20 weeks Voluntary abortion No
28 23 weeks Placental pathology No
29 19 weeks Voluntary abortion No
30 newborn Cardiac malformation No
31 newborn Cardiac malformation No
32 19 weeks Voluntary abortion No
33 newborn Acute interstitial pneumonitis No
34 20 weeks Voluntary abortion No
35 newborn Cardiac malformation No
36 21 weeks Placental pathology No