What is the pathogenesis of hydatidiform mole?
Complete hydatidiform mole formation: It is the fertilization of the ovum (egg) with the loss of the maternal (mothers) chromosomes; or doubling up (from one spermatazoa) of paternal (fathers) chromosomes. There is no embryonic formation at that point and forward. Partial hydatidiform mole formation: Is the result when two spermatazoa fertalize the ovum and results in development of certain or all fetal parts. There is no known cause for the formation of a hydatidiform mole, no one person, group or subgroup is mose susceptible. Hope that my answer was helpful, and that you or someone you know is not experiencing this, I have and it is heart wrenching. Best of luck.