A case study of ruptured cornual ectopic with successful outcome in subsequent pregnancy
- Cornual ectopic, interstitial pregnancy, cornual wedge resection
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Cornual pregnancy is a fearful condition with dreadful complications. Due to rarity and late presentation, it poses diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. There is no consensus on treatment strategies till date and risk of rupture after repair in subsequent pregnancy always remains a major concern. We hereby discuss a case of 27 year female who presented with ruptured cornual ectopic pregnancy, underwent cornual wedge resection with repair and had subsequent pregnancy with a successful outcome.
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