Cervical ectopic pregnancy, conservative management, report of two cases and review of the bibliography
- Obstetrics & Gynecology International Journal
Yanet Fermín,1 César Rodriguez,2 Fernando Martinez Gonzalez3
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Ectopic pregnancy represents around 1% of all pregnancies, it is considered an entity of difficult conservative management, in patients who wish to preserve fertility, in the context of hospitals, which cannot offer approaches with minimal invasion such as hysteroscopy, without However, conservative treatment with cervical balloon placement, clamping of the uterine arteries with the ZEA technique, and doses of methotrotexate have been documented. Cases with meted handling.
Cervical ectopic pregnancy, Report case, ZEA technique uterine artery clamping, Endocervical balloon, Conservative management