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Molar pregnancy, which also goes by the name “hydatidiform mole” is a gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) that involves abnormal egg fertilization and subsequent growth of nonviable tissue.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The key differences between complete and partial molar pregnancy
  • Risk factors for molar pregnancy
  • Complications of molar pregnancy
  • Common signs and symptoms of an individual with complete or partial molar pregnancy
  • Priority assessments
  • Key tests utilized to evaluate the condition
  • Treatments for molar pregnancy
  • Follow-up education

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