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Figure 12 (A and B): Patient presenting 6 weeks after spontaneous abortion with severe vaginal bleeding. (A) USG showed an intracavitary mass (straight arrow) with apparent myometrial invasion (bent arrow) at the fundus. Duplex waveform revealed characteristic low-resistance, high-velocity trophoblastic flow. (B) T1W post Gd image shows bright enhancement in the mass with focal myometrial invasion/thinning at the fundus (black arrow). Probable MRI diagnosis was retained products of conception. S. b-HCG was 240 mIU/ml. D and E was done and histopathology revealed degenerating villi (d and e, Dilation and evacuation; S. b-HCG, serum b-human chorionic gonadotropin)

Figure 12 (A and B): Patient presenting 6 weeks after spontaneous abortion with severe vaginal bleeding. (A) USG showed an intracavitary mass (straight arrow) with apparent myometrial invasion (bent arrow) at the fundus. Duplex waveform revealed characteristic low-resistance, high-velocity trophoblastic flow. 
(B) T1W post Gd image shows bright enhancement in the mass with focal myometrial invasion/thinning at the fundus (black arrow). Probable MRI diagnosis was retained products of conception. S. b-HCG was 240 mIU/ml. D and E was done and histopathology revealed degenerating villi (d and e, Dilation and evacuation; S. b-HCG, serum b-human chorionic gonadotropin)