DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20204849

Tubal choriocarcinoma: a rare entity

Shanti Sah, Vaanika Kaira

Abstract


Choriocarcinoma is common after molar pregnancy and follows in almost 50% of such pregnancies, but in some rare cases it follows even after an ectopic pregnancy. Tubal choricarcinoma associated with an ectopic pregnancy has an aggressive course but it is curable.


Keywords


Tubal choriocarcinoma, Malignant tumor, Villi epithelium

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