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4 Possible Causes for Gravid Uterus Large-For-Dates

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  • Polyhydramnios

    We describe here the case of a female newborn baby with a bilateral complete transverse facial cleft. Obstetrical ultrasound had revealed an increased amount of amniotic fluid from 28 weeks' gestation without fetal hydrops or congenital anomalies. A 1900-g baby girl born at 36 weeks' gestation presented with[…][]

  • Invasive Hydatidiform Mole

    Patients with invasive hydatidiform moles (IHM) have a good prognosis. Even if disease has spread, monocytostatic treatment might be sufficient if the diagnosis has been histologically confirmed. Established classifications divide gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) including choriocarcinoma into cases with "high"[…][]

  • Hydatidiform Mole

    Gestational trophoblastic disease encompasses a diverse group of lesion. If molar changes in the placenta are known along with an alive fetus then the situation is difficult to manage. We present successfully managed case of partial degeneration of placenta in molar pregnancy with an alive fetus at second stage of[…][]

  • Multiple Pregnancy

    Since the development of assisted reproduction techniques most countries have witnessed increased rates of multiple pregnancy. Despite the guidelines proposed by various scientific societies these rates continue to be abnormally high. In Spain, as in other Mediterranean countries, a greater number of embryos are[…][]

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