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Hydatidiform mole

In this patient with a 6-weeks' gestation presenting with vaginal bleeding, transvaginal USG

(A) shows a gestational sac (white arrow) on the first examination. Follow-up examination after 2 days

(B) shows focal cystic changes (arrow) with loss of normal definition of the gestational sac, suggesting the possibility of molar changes. Investigations confirmed triploidy


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Reference

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Indian J Radiol Imaging. 2008 November; 18(4): 326–344. doi: 10.4103/0971-3026.43848.

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