Pathology of Trophoblastic Disease
This chapter contains the illustrative descriptions of the various gestational trophoblastic disease that include molar pregnancies, trophoblastic tumours such as choriocarcinoma, placental site trophoblastic tumours, epithelioid trophoblastic tumours, and other non-trophoblastic lesions. Epidemiology, clinical features, gross features, and histopathology have also been discussed.
KeywordsHydatidiform mole Partial mole Exaggerated placental site reaction Choriocarcinoma placental site trophoblastic tumour Beta hCG
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