Breus mole


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Breus mole

(broys mōl)
An aborted oocyte in which the fetal surface of the placenta presents numerous hematomata with an absence of blood vessels in the chorion and an oocyte much smaller in size than normal in relation to the duration of the pregnancy.

Breus mole

(broys)
[Karl Breus, Austrian physician, 1852–1914]
A malformation of the ovum consisting of a decidual tuberous subchorionic hematoma.

Breus,

Carl, Austrian obstetrician, 1852-1914.
Breus mole - an aborted ovum in which the fetal surface of the placenta presents numerous hematomata with an absence of blood vessels in the chorion.