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Atypical Presentation of Choriocarcinoma: A Report of Two Cases
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Choriocarcinoma is a gestational trophoblastic tumor commonly seen in the reproductive-age group. It is an aggressive tumor with high malignant potential and responds well to chemotherapy. Lungs and vagina are the most common sites for metastasis, and brain involvement is seen in 20-25% of cases. It usually presents within 6 months to 1 year following a molar or normal pregnancy. Case descriptions: We are presenting two interesting cases of choriocarcinoma who reported with atypical symptoms.doi:10.5005/jp-journals-10006-1807 fatcat:k2jdrq6c5nbsjbgqk24if2t6da