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Table 1 Reported cases in the literature of invasive moles in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women since 2003

From: An invasive mole with pulmonary metastases in a 55-year-old postmenopausal Syrian woman: a case report and review of the literature

Author Year Age (years) b-HCG (mU/mL) Size (cm) Metastases Treatment
de la Fouchardière et al. [5] 2003 51 26,000 8 cm Lung + ovaries Surgery + chemotherapy
Taskin et al. [6] 2006 53 84,000 15 cm None Surgery
von Welser et al. [7] 2015 51 374,875 9.5 cm None Surgery
Akyol A et al. [8] 2016 51 > 200,000 28 cm Lung Surgery + chemotherapy
Guèye M et al. [9] 2016 51 Not reported 13 cm None Surgery
Nakashima A et al. [10] 2016 50 225,000 Not reported Lung Surgery + chemotherapy
Martinez Locardio C et al. [4] 2019 53 684,180 14 cm Lung, vagina Surgery + chemotherapy
  1. b-HCG beta-human chorionic gonadotropin