A benign tumor of the placenta that is made up of blood vessels. Approximately 100 out of every 100,000 pregnancies will be affected by the condition. Chorangiomas vary in size and can be a single mass or several multiple masses. Complications may include preterm labor, premature rupture of membranes, preterm delivery, maternal hemorrhage, growt...
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A chorangioma is a non-neoplastic, hamartoma-like growth in the placenta consisting of blood vessels. ==Diagnosis== Large chorangiomas are diagnosed by ultrasound or MRI, and confirmed by histologic examination of the placenta. Histologically, chorangioma consist of abundant vascular channels and may be cellular. ==Significance== Most chorangiomas
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