Giant chorioangioma with severe polyhydramnios presenting wi
Chorioangioma is the most common nontrophoblastic tumor of the placenta which can result in pregnancy complications with attendant maternal and fetal mortality and morbidity.

Although the majority of them are asymptomatic, the clinical course depends mainly on the size of the neoplasm. Doctors present a case of large symptomatic placental chorioangioma managed successfully.

The patient presented with acute features of abruption placenta secondary to the sudden decompression of the uterus with polyhydramnios associated with large placental capillary chorioangioma of 10 cm size.

Immediate intervention with Emergency LSCS helped rescue the baby of Intrauterine demise and possible hemorrhagic morbidity in the mother. Further gross and histological examination confirmed the diagnosis.

International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics, and Gynecology