Definition of hydatidiform mole in English:

hydatidiform mole

Line breaks: hyda¦tidi|form mole
Pronunciation: /ˌhʌɪdəˈtɪdɪfɔːm
 
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noun

Medicine
A cluster of fluid-filled sacs formed in the womb by the degeneration of chorionic tissue around an aborting embryo.
More example sentences
  • In essence, the entity would be more analogous to a tissue culture or a hydatidiform mole than to an embryo.
  • Five patients were diagnosed with a choriocarcinoma, 7 patients were diagnosed with a hydatidiform mole, and 8 patients were diagnosed with invasive mole.
  • I think we have a hydatidiform mole to curette.

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