Complete hydatidiform mole and a coexistent fetus following ovulation induction in a patient with Sheehan's syndrome: a first case report and review of literature.

Pregnancy in Sheehan's syndrome (SS) is extremely rare. We present the first reported case of twin pregnancy with complete hydatiform mole (CHM) and a...
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