Cesarean scar pregnancy: clinicians challenge

Priyanka Harshavardhan Vora, Vandana Bansal


A case of caesarean scar ectopic pregnancy managed diagnosed early on transvaginal ultrasound and managed successfully by sequential approach of methotrexate and hysteroscopic removal preserving the woman’s fertility is discussed below. Ectopic pregnancy i.e. implantation of the blastocyst outside the endometrium of the uterine cavity occurs in 1.9% of reported pregnancies.


Cesarean ectopic hysteroscopy, Pregnancy

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