Ruptured ectopic pregnancy
Patient presented with rapidly increasing abdominal girth. Urine pregnancy test was weakly positive.
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Abdominal ultrasound shows massive amount of free fluid with fine internal echoes consistent with hemoperitoneum. Adnexal mass could not be identified.
The weakly positive Beta-hCG in a sexually active female pointed towards possibility of a ruptured ectopic pregnancy.
At laparotomy the diagnosis was confirmed.
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