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Fallopian tubal rupture

A fallopian tube rupture is most often a complication of a tubal ectopic pregnancy where the pregnancy breaks open due to progressive growth. It can potentially lead to shock.

Pathology

Risk factors

Factors that raise the risk for a tubal rupture in a given tubal ectopic pregnancy include 2-4

Radiographic features

Ultrasound

Can show a large amount of free peritoneal fluid  and/or haemoperitoneum.


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