Paper - Hydatidiform mole - a pathologico-clinical correlation of 200 cases

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Hertig AT. and Sheldon WH. Hydatidiform mole - a pathologico-clinical correlation of 200 cases. (1947) Am J Obstet Gynecol. 53(1):1-36. PMID 20283737

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This historic 1947 paper describes abnormal development in Hydatidiform mole.



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Hydatidiform mole - A Pathologico-clinical Correlation of 200 Cases


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