[2 cases of ampulla tubae pregnancies, 1 associated with uterine pregnancy and the other with an infraligamentary soft myoma simulating uterine pregnancy in the left horn of a double-horned uterus with a single cervix].

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@article{Fossati19702CO, title={[2 cases of ampulla tubae pregnancies, 1 associated with uterine pregnancy and the other with an infraligamentary soft myoma simulating uterine pregnancy in the left horn of a double-horned uterus with a single cervix].}, author={Sebastian Fossati}, journal={Minerva ginecologica}, year={1970}, volume={22 13}, pages={657-63} }