Rare Obstetrical Diseases

The most widely recognized rare condition that involves in obstetrical is Gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD), a rare group of diseases that develop in the uterus during an abnormal pregnancy. It arises when abnormal cells or tumours propagate in the tissues that are made following conception that would normally surround the embryo and develop into the placenta. The tumours are denoted to as "moles." Most GTDs are gentle, or noncancerous, however some forms may improve into cancer and spread to other parts of the body. All methods of the disease can be treated and in most cases alleviated.

 

  • Use of vital statistics in obstetrics
  • Hyperemesis gravidarum
  • Polymorphic eruption of pregnancy
  • Psychosocial and environmental pregnancy risks
  • Caesarean hysterectomy

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