Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 13th, 2009
"The appearance of the decidua basalis layer and the sonographic changes that it underwent, including in echogenicity and thickness, were analyzed with respect to gestational age. A distinct decidual layer could be identified consistently at 5-6 weeks' gestation and its thickness peaked at 6-7 weeks. It was seen inconsistently at 8-9 weeks and was not identifiable...
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