Ruptured Heterotopic Pregnancy: Case Report
Keywords:Pregnancy, Heterotopic Pregnancy
Ectopic pregnancy is defined as a condition in which the gestational sac is located outside the uterine cavity. Heterotopic pregnancy is the addition to normal pregnancy and at least one extrauterine pregnancy. This table has become an increasingly important and keep in mind in primary health care services as assistive reproductive techniques are being used more and more today. In this case, we will talk about the ruptured tubal pregnancy associated with intrauterine normal pregnancy.
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