Heterotopic Pregnancy With A Live Female Infant A Case Report

Authors

  • Adekanle D.A.
  • Ekomaye .H
  • Olaitan P. B.

Keywords:

Heterotopic pregnancy, ectopic pregnancy, salpingectomy, singleton delivery

Abstract

A 38-year-old G2P1+0, 1 alive, presented with sub-acute ectopic pregnancy and had right salpingectomy for a ruptured tubal pregnancy involving the ampullary portion of the right fallopian tube. Post-operative follow-up revealed continuing symptoms of pregnancy and increasing uterine size. A diagnosis of singleton intrauterine pregnancy was confirmed by abdominal ultrasonography a month later. The patient was managed to term and had normal delivery of a female infant

Published

01-05-2011

How to Cite

Adekanle D.A., Ekomaye .H, & Olaitan P. B. (2011). Heterotopic Pregnancy With A Live Female Infant A Case Report. Western Nigeria Journal of Medical Sciences, 4(04 May/June). Retrieved from https://wnjms.com.ng/journal/index.php/wnjms/article/view/66