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Case Report Open Access
Cesarean Scar Pregnancy (CSP) is a rare type of ectopic pregnancy needing a high index of suspicion to make an early diagnosis. Recent literature describes treatment of CSP using methotrexate (MTX). Surgical options include hysteroscopic coagulation of vessels at implantation site, laparoscopic removal of gestational sac, laparotomy with wedge resection of pregnancy; ultrasound guided suction curettage and uterine artery embolization with injection of MTX locally. However, to date no universal guidelines exist regarding its management. A case of successful management of a pregnancy in a previous Cesarean section scar, with the use of systemic methotrexate followed by ultrasound guided evacuation of the uterus is presented, followed by an uncomplicated live birth in the successive pregnancy.
Caesarean scar pregnancy, Methotrexate, Suction evacuation, Medical Case Reports