Paper - A case of early human ovarian pregnancy (1922)

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Hunter JI. A case of early human ovarian pregnancy. (1922) J Anat. 56: 57-76. PMID 17103944

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This historic 1922 paper by Hunter is an early description of ectopic pregnancy occurring on the ovary.



Hayes WI. (1922). A Human Foetus exhibiting Iniencephaly and other Abnormalities. J. Anat. , 56, 155-9. PMID: 17103942



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A case of early human ovarian pregnancy