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Kathleen Schmeler MDGynecological OncologistMD Anderson Cancer CenterHouston, TexasOlesya Solheim MDGynecological OncologistOslo University HospitalNorway
The cause is unknown in most cases, but development of trophoblastic disease is observed in association with earlier occurrence of hydatidiform mole. The risk for a recurrent mole is 0.6–2%.
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