Speaking of HCG, many people are not familiar with it. It has been widely used in our life. So what clinical significance does it have?
For trophoblastic cell tumor patients, if the HCG does not decrease or turn negative after surgery, there may be residual lesions. Such cases are often prone to relapse, so regular examination is required.
Female non-pregnancy INCREASED HCG, more in menopause, ovulation, pathological conditions such as bilateral oophorectomy, pituitary disease, hyperthyroidism, gynecological diseases such as ovarian cyst, uterine cancer
Male urine HCG elevation, testicular tumor such as seminoma, malformation and ectopic HCG tumor should be considered.
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