Journal of Family and Reproductive Health 2011. 5(3):97-99.

A Case of Cervical Pregnancy Following Uterine Curettage: the Most Advanced in Iranian Population
Monir Ashouri, Ashraf-sadat Mousavi, Zahra najmi, Mahjabin Marashi

Abstract


A case of cervical ectopic pregnancy in a 37 years old woman with history of two previous cesarean sections and one dilatation/curettage. The case was the advanced cervical pregnancy reported in Iran, which diagnosed in 12 week of gestation by MRI and finally treated by hysterectomy.


Keywords


Ectopic Pregnancy; Cervical pregnancy; MRI; Hysterectomy

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