Extra-uterine pregnancy communicating with the bladder

  • D. R. Clegg


A young woman presented 5 months after her last normal menstrual period with a history of having passed a macerated fetal limb during micturition. She had a pelvic mass which was found at laparotomy to be due to a ruptured infected extra-uterine pregnancy. This lay in the uterovesical pouch and communicated with the bladder.


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eISSN: 0256-95749
print ISSN: 2078-5135