Topics include:

  • Gross and developmental pathology of the placenta, umbilical cord and membranes
  • Diagnoses you do not want to miss
  • Importance of placental and obstetric pathology in clinical diagnosis, management and counselling for future pregnancies including legal implications
  • The uterus in maternal deaths and near misses
  • Twin placentas, placenta previa and placenta creta
  • Reporting products of conception: problems and pitfalls
  • Diagnosis of molar pregnancy
  • Trophoblastic tumours – the spectrum and approach to diagnosis
  • Clinical management of gestational trophoblastic disease