Heterotopic pregnancy with spontaneous intrauterine conception: a rare clinical entity with diagnostic dilemma.

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Twenty-one years old primigravida presented to emergency with amenorrhoea for 2 months and complaints of severe abdominal pain for few hours. The pain was associated with 2 episodes of fainting attacks in emergency during the period of observation. Viable intrauterine pregnancy of 8-9 weeks along with collection of fluid in the Pouch of Douglas was detected… (More)

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