Atypical severe preeclampsia superimposed on chronic hypertension without molar change at 19 weeks of gestation: a case report

Atypical severe preeclampsia (PE) at \20 weeks of gestation is an extremely rare yet serious cause of perinatal morbidity [1]. Severe PE that occurs at \20 weeks of gestation has been reported with molar change in the placenta; however, data describing this condition in cases without molar change are limited. To our knowledge, there is only one reported… CONTINUE READING