Transvaginal sonographic detection of the pseudogestational sac associated with ectopic pregnancy.


Fifty-seven of 261 patients (21.8%) referred with a presumptive diagnosis of an ectopic gestation had an extrauterine pregnancy. Five of the 57 ectopic pregnancies (8.8%) had a pseudogestational sac on transvaginal sonography. In four of these five cases, a single beta-hCG level had been obtained and did not help in differentiating an ectopic gestation from… (More)


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