Hydatidiform Mole

The HM, or hydatidiform mole, is an unusual tumour or growth that appears inside the uterus as a pregnancy progresses. A kind of gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) is present. Atypical oocyte (egg) preparation leads to HM, also known as molar pregnancy. A strange infant is the outcome. Almost no foetal tissue develops while the placenta continues to develop normally. A tumour in the uterus is surrounded by placental tissue. Due to the numerous tiny blisters it contains, this mass frequently appears grape-like on ultrasound. In older women, the likelihood of mole arrangement is increased. Another risk factor is if your past is full of moles from earlier years.

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