DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20201258

Primary ovarian ectopic pregnancy: an unusual case study

Shikha Sharma, Shelley Moudgil, Varun Kapoor, Anu Devi

Abstract


Ovarian pregnancy is rare variant of ectopic pregnancy. An accurate preoperative diagnosis is very challenging various advances in diagnostic modalities like Transvaginal ultrasonography has evolved in identifying an ovarian pregnancy. It results in significant maternal morbidity, fetal loss, repeat ectopic, impairment of subsequent fertility. The case report a 34-year female who presented with pain and severe anemia and explored keeping in view ruptured tubal ectopic but intraoperatively diagnosed as primary ovarian pregnancy and managed conservatively by ovarian wedge resection.


Keywords


Ectopic, Ovarian, Pregnancy

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