Background: Placental chorioangiomas are benign vascular tumours and are the most common placental tumours consisting of blood vessel and stroma that proliferate beyond normally developing chorionic villi.
Aim: Need of early diagnosis for better management of mother and child wellbeing.
Material And Method: A case of 32 year old multigravidae with 34 week period of gestation with usg showing placental tumour, its presentation, intraoperative finding and histopath examination is discussed in report.
Conclusion: Incidence of this condition is around 1%, this type of tumour has no malignant potential, but adverse maternal and fetal outcome are associated with large chorioangioma that warrants early diagnosis and follow-up and timely institutional delivery.
Result: The presentation of this tumor can vary but followp and timely action required for better perinatal outcome