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Interstitial ectopic pregnancy after salpingectomy due to previous tubal pregnancy - a case report



Interstitial ectopic pregnancy after salpingectomy due to previous tubal pregnancy - a case report



Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics and Gynecology 43(6): 893-895



Ectopic pregnancy is the development of the embryo outside the uterine cavity. In recent years an increase in the incidence of ectopic pregnancies has been observed. It is mainly related to the increased number of IVF procedures. The most frequent localization is the ampulla of the fallopian tube. In cases of intramural or cornual ectopic pregnancies, many patients have a history of ectopic pregnancy on the same side or underwent partial salpingectomy in the past. Treatment of such pregnancies involves laparotomy and removal of the uterus or comu of the uterus. This case concerns a patient operated because of intramural pregnancy. She had a salpingectomy in the past because of tubal ectopic pregnancy on the same side. This case shows that even after removal of the fallopian tube there is still a risk of ectopic pregnancy in the intramural part of this tube.

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