We report a case of a 16 year old primigravida referred to our center with a previous diagnosis of molar pregnancy and a 160/100 mmHg blood pressure at 28 weeks of gestation. On examination, she was noted to have 41 cm symphysis-fundal height, abdominal tenderness, diffuse bilateral edema in her lower extremities and hyperreflexia.
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Published online: July 19, 2019
Received: May 28, 2019
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