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Gestational trophoblastic neoplasm

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What is Gestational Trophoblastic Disease?

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gestational trophoblastic neoplasm

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Julian Schink, MD, discusses Gestational Trophoblastic Diseases (GTD)

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Gestational Trophoblastic disease

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Gestational Trophoblastic Disease (GTD). Gynecologic Cancers 2

Molar pregnancy is an abnormal form of pregnancy in which a non-viable fertilized egg implants in the uterus and will fail to come to term. A molar pregnancy is a gestational trophoblastic disease which grows into a mass in the uterus that has swollen chorionic villi. These villi grow in clusters that resemble grapes. A molar pregnancy can develop when a fertilized egg does not contain an original maternal nucleus. The products of conception may or may not contain fetal tissue. It is characterized by the presence of a hydatidiform mole. Molar pregnancies are categorized as partial moles or complete moles, with the word mole being used to denote simply a clump of growing tissue, or a growth.
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