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Primary ovarian ectopic pregnancy

30 yr old G2 P1 at 8 weeks with acute onset abdominal pain Chief Complaints Abdominal pain History Previous normal delivery. History of acute onset lower abdominal pain . No history of bleeding pv Vitals Pulse 110/ min. BP- 120/80 mmHg. Physical Examination Per abdomen tenderness present in lower abdomen. PV - uterus normal size forniceal bogginess in right adnexa. Investigations Ultrasound Uterus normal. Right adnexa 4*3 cm lesion with 3*3 mm sac like structure within. Diagnosis Pt taken for laparotomy. OT findings- both fallopian tubes intact. Uterus normal. Left ovary normal. Right ovarian ruptured ectopic pregnancy noted Management Kindly share experiences. Sharing pics of OT findings and histopathology

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Surgical intervention is done as was vary essential for life of mother Well done Dr Naik Sahab

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?VESICULAR MOLE ECTOPIC PREGNANCY Yes hystero oopheractomy

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An ectopic pregnancy is characterized by implantation and development of an embryo outside of the uterine cavity. Ectopic pregnancies can occur in the ovary (3.2%), or abdomen (1.3%). Hertig estimated that ovarian pregnancy occurs in one in 25 000 to 40 000 pregnancies. thanks for sharing for very nicely explained Ectopic Pregnancy case.

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Surgical intervention is done as was vary essential for life of mother Well done Dr Naik Sahab

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