mole is the most common of these entities.
mole as seen in a university teaching hospital: a 10-year review.
1] Nonstandard abbreviations: miRNA, microRNA; CHM, complete hydatidiform
mole; NGS, nextgeneration sequencing; DDBJ, DNA Data Bank of Japan; RPKM, reads per kilobase of exon model per million mapped reads; hsa-miR, Homo sapiens miRNA; C19MC, chromosome 19 miRNA cluster; RT-qPCR, reverse-transcription quantitative realtime PCR.
26-28) Reference ranges for biallelic loci were established by using collected data for STR loci with PCR product sizes smaller than 200 bp from maternal tissue and from partial hydatidiform
moles tested with the Identifiler kit.
Agarwal and colleagues retrospectively identified 13,960 women registered at London's Charing Cross Hospital between January 1993 and May 2008 who had undergone evacuation of a complete or partial hydatidiform
Clinical evaluation of focal excision of myometrial lesion for treatment of invasive hydatidiform
PE is interesting because it is exclusively pregnancy-related, but may occur in the absence of a fotus where a hydatidiform
mole is present.
Severe hyperthyroidism requiring therapeutic plasmapheresis in a patient with hydatidiform
The Tenth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases classifies ectopic pregnancy, a hydatidiform
mole, and miscarriage and voluntary abortions requiring medical intervention (i.
A MOLAR pregnancy, hydatidiform
mole, occurs during fertilisation.
A MOLAR pregnancy, which is known medically as a hydatidiform
mole, is an abnormality of the placenta caused when the sperm fertilises an egg without a nucleus.
The two groups had similar odds of having experienced amenorrhea or infertility, having been pregnant, having had a live birth and having had an adverse birth outcome (miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, neonatal death or hydatidiform