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2015 / VOL-5,ISSUE 04,OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2015

Placental Mesenchymal dysplasia –a differential diagnosis of molar pregnancy: a case report

By  Aruna Bhatacharya

Case Report

Page:  1368-1371

Abstract

Placental mesenchymal dysplasia (PMD) is a rare placental abnormality characterised by placentomegaly and grape-like vesicles resembling partial mole by ultrasonography, but in contrast to partial mole, can co-exist with a viable fetus. Although the karyotype is normal, the fetus is at increased risk for intrauterine growth restriction, intrauterine fetal demise or perinatal death and Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome. Prenatal diagnosis is difficult and the final diagnosis is usually achieved by postpartum histological examination of the placenta. We present a case of a stillborn who had a placenta praevia radiologically, & was seen to have mesenchymal dysplasia on histological examination

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