Cervico-Isthmic Corporeal Pregnancy With Delivery at Term: A Review of the Literature With a Case Report

@article{Avery2009CervicoIsthmicCP,
  title={Cervico-Isthmic Corporeal Pregnancy With Delivery at Term: A Review of the Literature With a Case Report},
  author={D. Avery and Michael A. Wells and D. Harper},
  journal={Obstetrical \& Gynecological Survey},
  year={2009},
  volume={64},
  pages={335-344}
}
Background: True primary cervical pregnancies are rare. Although these can cause massive hemorrhage, most of these abort during the first trimester without having been diagnosed. However, cervico-isthmic and cervico-isthmic corporeal pregnancies are more likely to persist to an advanced gestation in the second and third trimester and cause profuse bleeding with attempted removal of the placenta. Case Presentation: A case of cervico-isthmic corporeal pregnancy at term with near exsanguinating… Expand
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