Early abdominal ectopic pregnancy: challenges, update and review of current management

@inproceedings{Agarwal2014EarlyAE,
  title={Early abdominal ectopic pregnancy: challenges, update and review of current management},
  author={Nilesh Agarwal and Funlayo Odejinmi},
  year={2014}
}
Key content Early abdominal ectopic pregnancy (EAP), though rare, has a high mortality rate. There are no pathognomic symptoms of abdominal pregnancy. Symptoms are akin as for other types of ectopic pregnancy, thus a high index of suspicion is necessary for diagnosis. The tool of choice for diagnosis is ultrasound but it only gives 50% accuracy when used along with clinical evaluation. On occasion, magnetic resonance imaging may help to diagnose EAP. Medical management is commonly used… CONTINUE READING

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