Clinical and Medical Case Reports

ISSN: 2684-4915

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Diptika Pradhan

Clinical Nurse, Phuentsholing Hospital, Chukha, Bhutan

  • Review Article   
    Early Primary Abdominal Ectopic Pregnancy
    Author(s): Yeshey Dorjey*, Yezer Tshomo, Dorji Wangchuk, Purushottami Bhandari, Choki Dorji, Diptika Pradhan and Rinzin Pemo

    Background: Primary abdominal ectopic pregnancy is extremely rare. Abdominal ectopic pregnancy is often overlooked. This case is to report an early primary abdominal ectopic pregnancy managed successfully. Case report: A 32-year nulliparous woman presented with presented with sudden onset acute lower abdominal pain. Urine pregnancy test was positive. Ultrasonography of the pelvis showed a right adnexal mass with gestational sac. Emergency laparotomy was performed and noted an abdominal ectopic pregnancy on the right side of the adnexa adhered to large bowel. Adhesiolysis was done and the mass was removed. On postoperative day-4, inj .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/cmcr.2021.5.161

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