Ruptured ectopic pregnancy

Case contributed by Joe Cyriac


Abdominal pain.

Patient Data

Age: 30 years
Gender: Female

There is small-to-moderate free fluid within the abdomen and pelvis and more heterogeneous fluid identified in the pelvis around the uterus with some heterogeneous calcific structures in the left adnexa which are suspicious for products of conception, versus a teratoma. Some of the fluid in the pelvis appears hyperdense and likely hemorrhage and the endometrium appears distended with fluid.

Surgical pathology report


Surgical pathology report confirms ruptured ectopic pregnancy.

Case Discussion

This case demonstrates a ruptured ectopic pregnancy and emergency laparotomy confirmed left Adnexal ectopic pregnancy.

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