A rare case of ruptured ovarian ectopic pregnancy

Usha Kumari Chaudhary, Reena Sharma, Arvind Kumar, Ajay Sharma, Kewal Arun Mistry


An ovarian ectopic pregnancy is a rare presentation. A 31 years old female presented with acute abdomen at period of gestation 8 weeks. Ultrasonography showed complex mass in Rt. adnexa of size of 6.32x3.80 cm. Emergency laparotomy was done under general anaesthesia and ruptured right ovary found. Right salpingo-oophrectomy and left tubectomy was done. The histopathological examination confirmed the ovarian ectopic pregnancy. 


Ectopic pregnancy, Laparotomy, Ovarian ectopic pregnancy

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