molar pregnancy


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Synonyms for molar pregnancy

an abnormality during pregnancy

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Risk of recurrent hydatidiform mole and subsequent pregnancy outcome following complete or partial hydatidiform molar pregnancy. BjOG.
Previous molar pregnancy has a 10 times higher risk of developing future molar pregnancy3.
While electric vacuum aspiration of molar pregnancy is the dominant technique in North America, in other parts of the world, such as Brazil, manual vacuum aspiration is far more commonly used.
In our case, the surgery remained the only possibility to remove this ectopic complete molar pregnancy. Recent studies [2],[7] had reported that the current trend in the treatment of ectopic pregnancies is through conservative surgery and monitoring of [sz]-hCG titers to avoid missing a choriocarcinoma developing in an ectopic gestation, even though this is a very rare condition.
Turan, "The use of plasmapheresis for rapid hormonal control in severe hyperthyroidism caused by a partial molar pregnancy," Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics, vol.
An ultrasound examination was remarkable for absence of a fetus and a solid collection of echoes with numerous anechoic spaces consistent with a molar pregnancy. The patient was taken to the operating theatre for cervical dilation and evacuation under general anesthesia.
Of the seven cases of endometritis seen in this study, one was a case of tuberculosis seen in a 31-year-old woman with a clinical diagnosis of molar pregnancy.
This group consisted of 3 hyperemesis gravidarum patients, 1 patient with a molar pregnancy and 4 patients in whom the cause was unknown.
Molar pregnancy is mostly seen in the uterine cavity with a frequency of 1/10000.
Risk factors include a history of HG, hyperthyroidism, psychiatric illness, molar pregnancy, pre-existing diabetes, multiple gestations, multi-parity, increased body mass index and high daily intake of saturated fat before pregnancy (1).
Case Presentation: A 41 years old G3P2ab1 woman referred to Firouzgar hospital 2 months after curettage of molar pregnancy with vaginal bleeding and acute abdomen.
Rae won the paper presentations with her work on how nurses could provide molar pregnancy care.