molar pregnancy

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Related to molar pregnancy: ectopic pregnancy, Blighted ovum
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Noun1.molar pregnancy - an abnormality during pregnancymolar pregnancy - an abnormality during pregnancy; chorionic villi around the fetus degenerate and form clusters of fluid-filled sacs; usually associated with the death of the fetus
abnormalcy, abnormality - an abnormal physical condition resulting from defective genes or developmental deficiencies
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Patients not willing for msanual vacuum aspiration, twin pregnancy, molar pregnancy and those in second trimester of pregnancy were excluded.
This group consisted of 3 hyperemesis gravidarum patients, 1 patient with a molar pregnancy and 4 patients in whom the cause was unknown.
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).
In view of the scan findings and high betaHCG level, a differential diagnosis of an ectopic molar pregnancy with myometrial invasion or scar pregnancy was made.
The sonographic findings were representing partial molar pregnancy.
In addition, a history of ectopic or molar pregnancy during a current pregnancy is now reported separately.
Rae won the paper presentations with her work on how nurses could provide molar pregnancy care.
The 16 year old, nulliparous woman was referred to Firoozgar hospital in September 2013 with diagnosis of molar pregnancy due to previous ultrasonic reports and positive [beta]eta HCG.
PG is a rare autoimmune bullous disease that is associated with pregnancy and rarely with trophoblastic malignancy or molar pregnancy.
The best ways of diagnosis of molar pregnancy are ultrasound (easy availability) and quantitative measurements of serum HCG1.
I asked if she could see any heartbeat, but all she told me was I had what was known as a molar pregnancy and that it could be cancerous.
Answer 5: The four difficult topics enlisted in obstetrics by 90% of the students were molar pregnancy, eclampsia, postpartum hemorrhage and breech presentation.