Placental Chorioangioma: A Case Report and Literature Review
Keywords:Chorioangioma, P renatal diagnosis, Management
When placental masses are discovered during routine conventional sonographic examination, differentiation between chorioangiomas and other lesions is not always possible. Absolute identification should be done prenatally by color flow mapping for every suspected placental mass. Because unidentif ied large chorioangiomas can cause more tragic perinatal complications compared to other placental lesions.
How to Cite
All the articles published in GORM are licensed with "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License (CC BY 4.0)". This license entitles all parties to copy, share and redistribute all the articles, data sets, figures and supplementary files published in this journal in data mining, search engines, web sites, blogs and other digital platforms under the condition of providing references.