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Oksana H. Baltarowich, MD
The Term "Cornual Pregnancy" Should be Abandoned
Oksana H. Baltarowich, MD
01/01/2017 | Time : 18 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses five types of pregnancies that occur in the cornual region of the uterus and their sonographic appearance. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list the five types of pregnancies that occur in the cornual region of the uterus and explain their sonographic differences.

Topics mentioned in this video : Five "cornual" pregnancies, Cornual ectopic pregnancies, Rudimentary horn ectopic, Cornual intrauterine pregnancies

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Keywords : angular pregnancy, bicornuate uterus, cornual ectopic, cornual intrauterine pregnancies, cornual pregnancy, decidua basalis, fallopian tube, HCG, interstitial ectopic pregnancy, interstitial line sign, interstitial pregnancy, IUP. intrauterine pregnancy, rudimentary horn ectopic, septate uterus, subseptate uterus

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