hydatidiform mole

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Synonyms for hydatidiform mole

an abnormality during pregnancy

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Hydatidiform moles have a characteristic genetic composition: complete hydatidiform moles (CHMs) are entirely paternally derived, (127) most often with a diploid homozygous 46XX genotype, whereas partial moles (PHMs) are typically triploid with 1 set of maternal and 2 sets of paternal chromosomes.
3) Theca lutein cysts are associated with complete hydatidiform moles 14% to 30% of the time.
Complete hydatidiform mole mostly (80-90%) presents with vaginal bleeding.
Background: Hydatidiform mole (HM) is classified as complete and partial hydatidiform mole.
Partial hydatidiform mole with false-negative urine human chorionic gonadatropin test in the emergency department.
Bacbground: Classification of molar gestation into Complete Hydatidiform Mole (CHM) and Partial Hydatidiform Mole (PHM) is done according to clinical, ultrasonographic, histologic and genetic criteria.
An ultrasound scan did not reveal a complete hydatidiform mole or other findings consistent with gestational trophoblastic disease.
Trophoblastic diseases, including an ovarian tumor or hydatidiform mole (A hydatidiform mole is a mass that can form inside the uterus at the start of a pregnancy.
b) In the mixture of the sperm and ovum elements, if the sperm material dominates, no human being is formed and an abnormal pregnancy or hydatidiform mole occurs; except in 10 to 30,000 cases where a fetus forms together with the molar pregnancy.
It comprises two premalignant conditions: partial and complete hydatidiform mole and, Malignant Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia (GTN).
46) A myle, or hydatidiform mole, is an abnormal mass of tissue that very rarely forms in the womb after an ovum without a nucleus is fertilized and implants in the uterine wall.
b) These included: was vomiting a lot, possible hydatidiform mole; was breastfeeding and did not want to stop this temporarily; Crohn's disease; wanted sedation; recurrent urinary tract infection.