A 35-year-old woman presented at 10 weeks (by LMP) with vaginal bleeding. A ß-HCG level was obtained and measured 345,000; by report, a subsequent ultrasound was considered “abnormal.” A D & C was performed. Multiple fragments of blood clot admixed with enlarged hydropic-appearing villi measuring 8.0 x 5.0 x 1.0 cm were submitted. No fetal parts were grossly identified.
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• Complete hydatidiform mole
• Hydropic abortus
• Partial hydatidiform mole
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