[Rupture of extrauterine pregnancy during simultaneous intrauterine pregnancy].

Abstract

The authors report a case of a simultaneous extrauterine and intrauterine pregnancy which posed a problem of differential diagnosis for both the surgeon and the gynecologist. After surgical treatment of the ruptured ectopic pregnancy the patient was symptom free, and later requested the interruption of her normal intrauterine pregnancy. Diagnosis was confirmed by ultrasonographic examination.

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@article{Szilgyi1994RuptureOE, title={[Rupture of extrauterine pregnancy during simultaneous intrauterine pregnancy].}, author={K{\'a}roly Szil{\'a}gyi and Zoltsn Papp and I R{\'e}p{\'a}si}, journal={Orvosi hetilap}, year={1994}, volume={135 46}, pages={2543-4} }