Successful Laparoscopic Management of a Spontaneous Heterotopic Pregnancy Abstract

Sik Hung SUEN, Sammy Chung Sum CHAN

Heterotopic pregnancy is defined as the simultaneous occurrence of extra-uterine and intrauterine pregnancy. It is an increasingly common complication of assisted reproductive technology. We present a case of spontaneous heterotopic pregnancy. Laparoscopic left salpingectomy was performed for the left tubal pregnancy while the intra-uterine pregnancy continued and ended up in a live birth by caesarean delivery at term.

Hong Kong J Gynaecol Obstet Midwifery 2007; 7:53-5

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