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2006-08-01-09 Ectopic pregnancy, cornual © Cuillier

Ectopic pregnancy, cornual 

Cuillier F, MD*, Plaisantin G, MD**, Besueille E, MD***

* Department of Gynecology, Félix Guyon’Hospital, 97400 Saint-Denis, Ile de la Réunion, France

These are two cases of cornual ectopic pregnancy. Both of patients presented with an abnormal bleeding without pain. The beta-hCG level was 2200 and 2500UI/ml, respectively.  The patients were successfully treated with Methrotrexate.

Case report 1

Note the normal uterus and the normal ovaries

Note the mass suggestive of a left cornual pregnancy

3D showing the uterus with left cornual pregnancy

Case report 2

Note the normal uterus

Note the right cornual pregnancy

3D showing the uterus with right cornual pregnancy