Spectrum of ectopic pregnancy: a case series

Agarwal Shubhra., Kaur Satwant., Sharma Arti., Ritika Agarwal and Agarwal Arjit

The incidence of ectopic is 2% of reported pregnancies and has increased over the past decade due to increased risk factors and early diagnosis.Unruptured ectopic pregnancy can be confused with normal intrauterine pregnancy. Judicious approach with combination of transvaginal ultrasound (TVS) & hCG can be helpful for confirmation and management of ectopic pregnancy as seen in the cases mentioned in our study. Here, we discuss 7 cases of ectopic pregnancy with various clinical scenarios in a span of 1 month. The cases were managed accordingly using expectant, medical and surgical methods.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24327/ijcar.2017.4956.0621