Hydatiform


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Related to Hydatiform: vesicular mole

Hy`dat´i`form


a.1.Resembling a hydatid.
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For molar pregnancy (also known as a hydatiform mole, a rare mass that can form inside the womb during early pregnancy, resulting in an abnormal fetus), surgery is the first, and often only treatment required.
Type II is secondary to high levels of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) as in hydatiform mole and multiple gestation and is the most frequent one.
The reported congenital abnormalities and pregnancy disorders were microcephaly, mental retardation, clubfoot, hydatiform mole and ectopic pregnancy.
This case is unique as there were only few reported cases of bilateral corpus luteal cysts associated with partial hydatiform molar pregnancy in the literature.
(63,65) The disease is also linked with hydatiform mole and choriocarcinoma.
Of 263 of those patients, it was discovered there was no prevalent association or relationship with physiological causes such as multiple pregnancies (only six cases presented), urinary tract infections (only three cases), or hydatiform mole (no cases).
Rest 4 cases were 3 cases of ectopic pregnancy and 1 case of hydatiform mole.
Gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) refers to an abnormal trophoblastic proliferation composed of a broad spectrum of lesions ranging from benign, albeit premalignant hydatiform mole (complete and partial), through to the aggressive invasive mole, choriocarcinoma, and placental site trophoblastic tumor (PSTT).
kocytosis thrombocytopenia sever uncontrollable bleeding anemia mole hydatiform and septic abortion.
who found high levels of serum CA-125 in patients with normal early pregnancy, spontaneous abortion, and hydatiform mole; but the levels were low in patients with tubal pregnancy, especially if there had been no uterine bleeding.
Hydatiform moles were seen in 11(1.25%) and ectopic gestations in 5(0.57%) cases.