Cornual pregnancy carried to full term
|Authors: H. Mašková
|Authors - sphere of activity: Gynekologicko-porodnické oddělení, Nemocnice Havlíčkův Brod, p. o.
|Article: Prakt Gyn 2011; 15(3-4): 202-203|
|Category: Case Report|
|Number of articles displayed: 483x|
This case report describes a patient with cornual pregnancy who delivered by Caesarean section due to oblique position and premature membrane rupture at 36 + 2 gestational weeks. This serious condition was not identified until the surgery.
cornual pregnancy – ectopic pregnancy – ectopic interstitial pregnancy
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