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masror shalmani F. The case report of cornual ectopic pregnancy following adhesion and endometrioma cyst. SJMR 2021; 6 (3) :169-174
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Sarem Fertility & Infertility Research Center (SAFIR), Sarem Women's Hospital, Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS), Tehran, Iran. , fereshtemasrur@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Cornual pregnancy accounts for less than 3% of all ectopic pregnancies and is often a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. This type of pregnancy is a rare clinical condition in patients with adenomyosis that may require an accurate approach to accurate diagnosis and treatment. The relationship between ovarian endometrioma and its painful symptoms is not well established and is still controversial.
Case Report: in this case report study, a 37-year-old woman with G4P3 Ab0 LC3 history of three cesarean sections and one abdominal abdominoplasty with severe abdominal pain was evaluated. Due to hypotension and examination of the distend and tenderness of the abdomen, the person underwent emergency laparotomy. During the operation, severe adhesion of the right fallopian tube to the back of the uterus and EP were observed at the end of the right fallopian tube near the uterine cornua. Right salpingectomy was performed and the adhesion of the right tube to the back of the uterus and ovary was released. The next day, the patient was transferred to the hospital ward and was discharged in good condition after 48 hours.
Conclusion: Cornual ectopic pregnancy is a serious clinical condition that poses diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. Therefore, understanding the clinical course and treatment options is essential. The present case showed advanced cornual ectopic pregnancy which was identified and treated in a very limited period of time before the inevitable rupture.
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Article Type: Case Report | Subject: Women Diseases
Received: 2022/08/23 | Accepted: 2022/08/23 | Published: 2022/08/23

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