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A 36 Year old female with 28 weeks of gestation presented with vaginal bleeding. Ultrasonography revealed no Fetal Heart Sounds. The tissues evacuated from the Patient's Uterus consisted of grape like vesicles. A Diagnosis of hydatidiform mole was made. What is the Chromosomal Composition of vesicles in the mole?

a. Haploid & Maternal Only
b. Diploid & Maternal Only
c. Haploid & Paternal Only
d. Diploid & Paternal Only
e. Triploid with 'n' chromosomes from mother & 2n from Father
f. Triploid with 'n' chromosomes from father & 2n from Mother
g. Diploid with half the chromosomes from Mother & half from Father
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its complete mole bcz ulstrasonographi do not reveal fetal presentation so
2 sperm that fertilze one empty egg diploid and paternal D
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D. Diploid and Paternal origin
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D diploid and paternal ...complete mole !
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Complete Mole - since no fetal parts were found

2 sperms fertilized an empty egg. So,

D. Diploid & Paternal Only
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