abdominal pregnancy

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Noun1.abdominal pregnancy - ectopic pregnancy in the abdominal cavity
eccyesis, ectopic gestation, ectopic pregnancy, extrauterine gestation, extrauterine pregnancy, metacyesis - pregnancy resulting from gestation elsewhere than in the uterus
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These facts led us to suggest the possibility of an ectopic abdominal pregnancy at first.
Successful laparoscopic treatment of a ruptured primary abdominal pregnancy. Fertility and Sterility 2000;74(3):601-2.
Extra-uterine abdominal pregnancy is very rare and is associated with high maternal mortality and morbidity largely due to haemorrhage following placental separation.
We report 3 cases of advanced abdominal pregnancy in HIV-positive women managed at the East London Hospital complex between 2005 and 2009.
Tubal ectopic pregnancy, cornual pregnancy, intrauterine pregnancy, and abdominal pregnancy are common sonographic misdiagnosis.
Successful non-surgical management of a heterotopic an abdominal pregnancy following embryo transfer with cryopreserved-thawed embryos.
Foetal bones were extruded from umblicus in this case and was a case of secondary abdominal pregnancy. Incidence of ectopic pregnancies varies from place to place and it is more common in the area where there is more prevalence of STD's, genital tract TB and post abortal and puerperal sepsis.
Another sonography was taken which excluded abdominal pregnancy by showing IUFD.
Pregnancy in such a rudimentary horn is extremely rare, 10-fold less common than an abdominal pregnancy. We describe an unexpected horn pregnancy reaching the full term with a dead newborn, an unusual presentation.
INTRODUCTION: Abdominal pregnancy is a rare but a life threatening condition which poses considerable challenge particularly to care providers in developing countries.
The incidence of abdominal pregnancy ranges between 1: 10000 pregnancies to 1:30,000 pregnancies.