Splenic Pregnancy

@article{Yagil2007SplenicP,
  title={Splenic Pregnancy},
  author={Y. Yagil and Nira Beck-Razi and A. Amit and H. Kerner and D. Gaitini},
  journal={Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={26}
}
Splenic pregnancy is extremely rare, with only a few previously well-documented cases reported. It usually presents with upper left abdominal pain and carries a high risk of potentially uncontrollable, life-threatening intraperitoneal bleeding. In the past, preoperative confirmation of this entity was very difficult and often required emergency surgical intervention and splenectomy. However, thanks to modern diagnostic technologies such as sonography and computed tomography (CT), it is now… Expand
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