Author(s): Agarwal SK, Wisot AL, Garzo G, Meldrum DR
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Abstract OBJECTIVE: To examine the frequency of cornual pregnancy in patients with prior salpingectomy undergoing IVF. DESIGN: Review. SETTING: Private fertility practice. PATIENTS: Women undergoing IVF. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE: Cornual ectopic pregnancy. RESULTS: Of 26 ectopic pregnancies detected after ET during a 7-year period, 7 were located in the cornu or tubal stump after prior salpingectomy. CONCLUSIONS: Patients with prior salpingectomy undergoing IVF are at particular risk for cornual pregnancy.
This article was published in Fertil Steril
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Case Reports