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IJCRR. 2013; 5(4): 93-96


HETEROTOPIC PREGNANCY FOLLOWING IVF CARRIED TO TERM PREGNANCY: A CASE REPORT

Salah Roshdy Ahmed, Hani A. Abdelhafez, Khaled M.Ibrahim, Mohamed Alkhatim Alsammani.

Abstract
Naturally occurring hetetrotpoic pregnancy is exceedingly rare, but the incidence increases with the Introduction of assisted reproduction. Having delivery of a term baby is exceptionally rare. History, clinical examination and ultrasound without high index of clinical suspicion may be misleading. We report a case of a combined intrauterine and intraabdominal pregnancy, diagnosed at Cesarean section at 35 weeks gestations in a 38-year-old multiparous yielded healthy twin at term. Conclusion: Quantitative risks assessment in high risk group may reduce the physician diagnostic errors.

Key words: heterotopic, pregnancy, abdominal, fertilization in vitro, pregnancy outcome, last trimester



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