A Normal Live Intrauterine Fetus and Coexistent of Complete Hydatidiform Mole- A Rare Case

Dr Dalpat Singh Rajpurohit
2018 Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research  
Our aimed to describe prenatal diagnosis and the outcome of complete hydatidiform mole and coexistent normal fetus. A pregnant woman of 16 week 3 days GA has a vesicular mass along anterior uterine wall and normal fetus at ultrasound. On ultrasound patient have hematoma at lower uterine segment covering internal os and sub amniotic haemorrhage is also seen. Our diagnosis is twin pregnancy with a normal live intrauterine fetus and coexistent of complete hydatidiform mole, hematoma at lower
more » ... toma at lower uterine segment and sub-amniotic haemorrhage. Fetus weighing 300 g was delivered by induction at 17gestational weeks, because patient having completed their family and risk of persistent trophoblastic disease. The findings on USG is confirmed after delivery.
doi:10.18535/jmscr/v6i2.73 fatcat:bn6apzzohncqhdftpd5emrnq6m