[Cervical pregnancy: an obstetric emergency. A clinical case].

@article{Giambanco1998CervicalPA,
  title={[Cervical pregnancy: an obstetric emergency. A clinical case].},
  author={L Giambanco and N Chianchiano and V Palmeri and Gabriele Catalano},
  journal={Minerva ginecologica},
  year={1998},
  volume={50 7-8},
  pages={321-4}
}
Cervical implantation could develop in three different ways. The gestational sac can grow up to external os and interruption may simulate an abnormal menstruation. Theoretically the gestational sac could reach the uterine cavity, with a normal evolution of the pregnancy, even if the implantation of the placenta would be on internal uterine os. Lastly, the ectopic gestational sac developes all in cervical channel with an "obstetrical catastrophe". The incidence of cervical pregnancy presents… CONTINUE READING