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Advanced tubal pregnancy at 30 weeks.

Research paper by Idris I Koçak, Aynur A Dagdemir, Mustafa Sadi MS Yilmaz, Cazip C Ustün

Indexed on: 16 Jul '05Published on: 16 Jul '05Published in: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research



Abstract

A case of advanced tubal pregnancy at 30 weeks is described. The placenta was implanted on the salpinx. Most tubal pregnancies become symptomatic within the first 12 weeks. A small number of tubal pregnancies have progressed beyond this. We present this unusual case of a 30-week tubal pregnancy situated in the proximal half of the tube that created a diagnostic dilemma.