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inal bleeding Uterine enlargement Toxemia of pregnancy Hyperemesis Hyperthyroidism Bilateral theca lutein cyst Embolisation – Acute pulmonary embolism Anaemia Spo

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2013-11-12 11:34:32
This pathological condition associated with all following Except:a) Toxemia pregnancyb) Hyperemesisc) Hypothyroidismd) B/L theca lutein cyst This iscaseHmole Clinical featuresH-mole Amenorrhoea Vaginal bleeding Uterine enlargement Toxemiapregnancy Hyperemesis Hyperthyroidism Bilateral theca lutein cyst Embolisation – Acute pulmonary embolism Anaemia Spontaneous expulsion
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