Ruptured tubal pregnancy in an undiagnosed heterotopic pregnancy

Sunil K. Juneja, Pooja Tandon, Bakul Kochhar, Monika Narang, Manisha Badan


Heterotopic pregnancy is rare obstetrical emergency the diagnosis of which is usually delayed. A high degree of suspicion is required to diagnose to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality. At the same time salvage of the intrauterine pregnancy can be done.


Ruptured, Heterotopic pregnancy

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