Complete Mole

A placental (trophoblastic) tumor forms when a maternal ova devoid of DNA is "fertilized" by the paternal sperm:

Karyotype: Most have karyotype 46XX, resulting from sperm penetration and subsequent DNA replication. Some have 46XY, believed to be due to two paternal sperms simultaneously penetrating the ova. Epidemiology: Incidence is:

■ 1 in 1,500 pregnancies in the United States

DNA of complete mole is always paternal.

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