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Incomplete mole in term pregnancy: a case report and literature review

Obstetrics & Gynecology International Journal
Oscar Alberto Gómez Morales,1 Moises Echazarreta Sosa,1 Julio Cesar Llauger Montes2

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A clinical case of a 24-year-old female is presented, which by first-trimester obstetric ultrasound data suggestive of an incomplete mole is detected, first-trimester screening is performed, reporting a fetus without structural alterations, pregnancy interruption is offered, the same as the patient refuses, pregnancy is continued until the end of 37 weeks of gestation; where a fetus is obtained phenotypically without structural malformations.


Gestational trophoblastic, pregnancy, malformation, incomplete molar pregnancy