[ dĭ-sĭj′ōō-ō′mə ]
An intrauterine mass of decidual tissue, probably the result of hyperplasia of decidual cells retained in the uterus after parturition.placentoma
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Chorion-epithelioma malignum (deciduoma) was first described in 1889 by Snger and Pfeiffer.