A caesarean scar ectopic pregnancy is considered to be the rarest form of ectopic pregnancy and constitutes a life-threatening condition. Caesarean section scar pregnancies have become more common because of the increasing rate of caesarean deliveries. The first case of a pregnancy implanted into a caesarean scar was reported in 1978. The exact cause of implantation of the gestation into the scar of a previous caesarean section is not well understood. Investigators have speculated that caesarean scar pregnancies result from implantation through a microscopic fistula between the endometrial cavity and the scar.
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Last date updated on September, 2014