We wanted to assess the effectiveness of TVS in the diagnosis of ectopic
Moreover, he said not every woman was at risk of having ectopic
pregnancy, and that risk factors included maternal age of 35-44, previous ectopic
pregnancy, previous pelvic and abdominal surgery, PID, several induced abortions, conceiving after having a tubal ligation or while an intra-uterine device (IUD) was in place, smoking, endometriosis, undergoing fertility treatments or using fertility medications
liver can be found in the abdomen or in the thorax, but most commonly on the gallbladder.
pregnancy, Methotrexate, Neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio.
Over 95% of ectopic
pregnancies develop in fallopian tubes and usually in ampullary part. Due to the increase in the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases, tubal surgery and more frequent use of ovulation induction and assisted reproductive technologies, the incidence of ectopic
pregnancies has grown in the past 30 years according to many reports from developed countries.,
In this report, we present a case of a patient who had undergone LSH who was diagnosed with an ectopic
pregnancy 12 weeks after the surgery.
A 60year-old woman with three hepatic adenomas and one 7 x 5.5 cm ectopic
hepatic adenoma attached to the gallbladder fundus that complicated with abdominal pain is presented.
Late sequelae of the disease include chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, tubal blockage and infertility, chronic pelvic pain, and ectopic
pregnancy [5, 6].
Due to the hypervascularity of the cervical ectopic
pregnancy, the obstetrics consultant recommended uterine artery embolization (UAE) via interventional radiology.
We present a case of ectopic
thyroid tissue in the mediastinum with papillary carcinoma that presented with an unusual aggressive behavior.
"The malformation theory" by Ziemssen in 1875 postulates that tracheal cartilage which develops later splits the thyroid gland, creating a small ectopic
nest in the tracheal cavity [15, 16].
Given the relative frequency of bilateral ectopic
pregnancies in the ART population, the importance of choosing an appropriate management strategy is further underscored given the known morbidity and potential mortality of ruptured ectopics
within the context of the patient's reproductive goals.