Placental mesenchymal dysplasia associated with hepatic mesenchymal hamartoma in the newborn.

@article{Francis2007PlacentalMD,
  title={Placental mesenchymal dysplasia associated with hepatic mesenchymal hamartoma in the newborn.},
  author={Babu Francis and Lavinia A Hallam and Zsuzsoka Bettina Kecskes and David T. Ellwood and David H Croaker and Alison Kent},
  journal={Pediatric and developmental pathology : the official journal of the Society for Pediatric Pathology and the Paediatric Pathology Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={50-4}
}
Placental mesenchymal dysplasia is an uncommon disorder in which the placenta is enlarged with abnormal, large, and often cystic villi with dilated and/or thick-walled vessels. These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus. Fetal anatomical and vascular anomalies frequently coexist with placental mesenchymal dysplasia. In this case, placental mesenchymal dysplasia was associated with preterm labor at 33… CONTINUE READING

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FetusNo subtypePlacenta
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
PlacentaNo subtypeFetus
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
PlacentaIs primary anatomic site of diseaseHydatidiform Mole
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
PlacentaIs primary anatomic site of diseaseHydatidiform Mole, Partial
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
These placental changes can mimic a partial hydatidiform mole but in contrast to a partial mole can coexist with a fully viable fetus .
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