DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20222822
Published: 2022-10-28

Ruptured tubal stump pregnancy: a rare case report

Shubhra Mukherjee, Charu Maheshwari

Abstract


Ectopic pregnancy occurring in tubal stump is exceedingly rare. The frequency of tubal stump pregnancy is approximately 0.4 % of all pregnancies. Early diagnosis and management is crucial for prevention of morbidity and mortality We reported a case of ruptured tubal stump pregnancy managed successfully in our institute.

 


Keywords


Tubal stump, Ectopic pregnancy, Haemo-peritoneum

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