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Case Report Open Access
Clinical diagnosis of choriocarcinoma may be difficult in post-menopause or children and ectopic origin. According to its histologic origin, it is classified as gestational or nongestational choriocarcinoma. Gestational choriocarcinoma its origin derived from placental trophoblast and nongestational choriocarcinoma-derived from a germ cell. However, DNA and genetic analysis can be used to define the origin of choriocarcinoma. Usually, the DNA examination and genetic analysis have not been used widely in clinical services. In this case the diagnosis to considered as a primary nongestational choriocarcinoma just based on clinical and laboratory finding. This article is aimed to remind the doctors who treat cases choriocarcinoma and is no doubt in deciding whether the origin of the disease from gestational or nongestational should carry out an investigation DNA and genetic analysis.
Gestational, Nongestational, Choriocarcinoma, Genetic, DNA analysis, Infantile patient, Gastrointestinal cancer