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  1. Vesko

    Vesko Well-Known Member

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    What is your diagnosis in this case?

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    Hydatidiform Mole (Mola Hydatidosa) ?
     


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    stone in bladder ??

    I think not Mole because moles are like vesicles with water inside.
     


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    Hydatid Cyst Multinodular.
     


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    mole hidatiform
     


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    Gall stones?
     


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    Answer: This unique presentation of mature cystic teratoma contains multiple symmetric balls of sebum and squames. Hair and fluid are intermixed.
     


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