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Ectopic Tubal Pregnancy Computed Tomography

Imaging findings are presented for 37-year-old woman with interstitial pregnancy.

  • Follow-up CT image obtained after four days shows amorphous hematoma (arrowheads) with massive hemoperitoneum caused by ruptured interstitial pregnancy.
  • Previous strong enhancing ring-like mass in right pelvis is now seen as heterogeneous enhancing mass (arrow) after rupture of interstitial pregnancy.


Links: Ectopic pregnancy Initial CT | Ectopic pregnancy Follow-up CT | Ectopic pregnancy CT | Ectopic Implantation | Computed Tomography

Reference

Shin BS & Park MH. (2010). Incidental detection of interstitial pregnancy on CT imaging. Korean J Radiol , 11, 123-5. PMID: 20046504 DOI.

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