hydatidiform


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hydatidiform

 [hi″dah-tid´ĭ-form]
resembling a hydatid; see also hydatidiform mole.

hy·da·tid·i·form

(hī'da-tid'i-form),
Having the form or appearance of a hydatid.

hy·da·tid·i·form

(hī'dă-tid'i-fōrm)
Having the form or appearance of a hydatid.
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Sonographic appearance of first trimester complete hydatidiform moles.
Even the fact that, until I was 20 weeks gone, they couldn't rule out the possibility that the hydatidiform mole had returned couldn't dampen our spirits.
About 1.4% of women with normal pregnancies and an equally small percentage of women with complete or invasive hydatidiform moles experience some signs and symptoms of hyperthyroidism.
Bracken, "Hydatidiform Mole," in Perinatal Epidemiology, ed.
Now I address three problems for the suggestions I am making: (1) the hydatidiform mole, (2) the zygote's requirement for maternal cytoplasm, (3) and the problem of totipotentiality (including twinning).
Patient records from 1952 to 1985 were analyzed and showed that hydatidiform moles, fetal death in utero and congenital malformations all increased significantly after 1962, the year the U.S.
A hydatidiform mole is an abnormal pregnancy that is characterized by trophoblastic proliferation and villous edema within the placenta [1].
Gestational trophoblastic disease describes a number of gynecologic tumors that originate in trophoblastic layer including hydatidiform mole (complete or partial), invasive mole, choriocarcinoma, placental site trophoblastic tumor and epitheloid trophoblastic tumor.
(3) There is approximately a ten-fold increased risk of another hydatidiform mole in women with history of an affected pregnancy.
Objective: To determine the incidence of hydatidiform mole in west of Iran.