Inevitable hysterectomy despite conservative surgical management in advanced cervical pregnancy: a case report.

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A 35-year-old woman was diagnosed to have cervical pregnancy of 10.2 weeks duration. Methotrexate therapy was not chosen due to the presence of active tuberculosis. Since the patient had gradually increasing vaginal hemorrhage, she was taken to the operating room. A dilatation and curettage could not control the hemorrhage. A laparotomy was performed and… (More)

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@article{Tuncer2001InevitableHD, title={Inevitable hysterectomy despite conservative surgical management in advanced cervical pregnancy: a case report.}, author={Recai Tuncer and Dilek Uygur and Sandor Attila Kis and Serpil Kayin and Ilhan Bebitoglu and Salim Erkaya}, journal={European journal of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology}, year={2001}, volume={100 1}, pages={102-4} }