Extra-uterine pregnancy

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(Med.) a condition of pregnancy in which the fetus is not in the uterus, but in the Fallopian tube or in the abdominal cavity.

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Extra-uterine pregnancy can be tubal ectopic abdominal ectopic attached to any of the viscera peritoneum or omentum and very rarely tubo-omental ectopic.
Ovarian pregnancy appears to be a random event that is not associated with a history of infertility or recurrent extra-uterine pregnancy.
Transvaginal ultrasound can detect an intrauterine pregnancy with a Beta-hCG level of 1500 mIU/ ml and detect an extra-uterine pregnancy in up to 80 percent of women.