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Korean Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 1999;42(2):392-395.
Published online January 1, 2001.
A Case of Ectopic Hydatidiform Mole in the Uterine Cornua.
Jeong Oh Kang, In Young Yoo, Sang Yong Kim, Jeung Hyung Lee, Chae Won Lee
Abstract
Ectopic pregnancy refers to gestation in which the fertilized ovum implants on any other tissure than tbe mucus membrane lining the uterine cavity. Cornual (intertitial) pegnancy is a relatively uncommon but potentially catastrophic form of ectopic pregnancy, defined as implantation in the intramural portion of a fallopian tube. A hydatidiform mole usually occupies the uterine cavity but it's occurrence in the uterine tube is extremely rare. Only a few cases of primary hydatidifm mole of the tube have been reported. We experienced a case of ectopic hydatidiform mole in the uterine cornua and so present it with brief review of literatures.
Key Words: Ectopic pregnancy, Hydatidiform mole, Uterine cornua


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