I bet one of the pathologists would actually enjoy giving you the appropriate answer to this one.
IMBO, it would seem they are indicating just products of conception if it is relating to tissue/products received at the laboratory to process and verify there is nothing abnormal about it. It seems a definitive abnormality would not be able to be noted until pathology was completed.
Not sure if that's what you're looking for or not.
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