Ectopic pregnancy (EP), defined as extra uterine pregnancy due to embryo implantation outside the uterus, is a major cause of human maternal morbidity and mortality. It accounts for 1.5-2% of all pregnancies in the Western world, and more than 98% of ectopic pregnancies are in the Fallopian tube. Tubal EP is a growing problem in developing countries and increases annual health care costs. The pathophysiology of EPs is poorly understood, it is therefore difficult to predict the development of EP, and treatment and prevention options are limited.
Journal of Steroids & Hormonal Science publish the articles in the topics of Ectopic pregnancy. The journal is having highly qualified professors and associate professors in hormones or steroid hormones as editoial board members and review board members. The papers published by the journal are online and these papers are peer reviewed by the expert editorial board and review board. Hence, the quality of the papers being published is being maintained.
Last date updated on June, 2014