[Management of gestational trophoblastic disease].

@article{Noal2010ManagementOG,
  title={[Management of gestational trophoblastic disease].},
  author={Sabine Noal and Florence Joly and E. LeBlanc},
  journal={Journal de gynecologie, obstetrique et biologie de la reproduction},
  year={2010},
  volume={39 3 Suppl},
  pages={
          F25-32
        }
}
Molar pregnancies can be subdivided into complete (CM) and partial moles (PM) based on genetic and histopathological features. Complete moles are diploid and androgenic in origin, with no evidence of fetal tissue. Complete moles usually (75–80%) arise as a consequence of duplication of a single sperm following fertilisation of an ‘empty’ ovum. Some complete moles (20–25%) can arise after dispermic fertilisation of an ‘empty’ ovum. Partial moles are usually (90%) triploid in origin, with two… CONTINUE READING

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