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Gestational-trophoblastic

The gestational trophoblastic disorder is rare. Know the possibilities. Cells expand and surround the fertilized egg during normal pregnancy, attaching the egg to the wall of the uterus, and forming the placenta, which is responsible for feeding the fetus during pregnancy. Gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) is a rare condition— which accounts for less than 1% of all gynecological cancers and occurs in about one out of every 1,000 in the US. If trophoblast cells shift and form a mass in the placenta, this disease occurs after birth, preventing the development of a healthy fetus. While GTD is not usually cancerous, some tumors may get cancerous and spread. GTD is treatable, especially if it is caught early.

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