A member asked:

Before i miscarried my ultrasound read: gest sac: 29 mm 8w 0d crl: 4 mm 6w 1d +/- 0w 4d could i have a complete molar pregnancy? or is only partial an option? my gestational sac was measuring large and a crown rump length was measured.

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Dr. Frances Ilozue answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Ultrasound features – Partial moles are often indistinguishable from complete moles on ultrasound. However, demonstration of fetal parts favors the diagnosis of a partial mole. Histological analysis of the aborted tissue is usually helpful in confirming the definite diagnosis. Your case demonstrates significantly enlarged sac which may happen with any molar pregnancy.

Answered Sep 27, 2014



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