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Pan, H.-S., Chuang, J., Chiu, S.-F., Hsieh, B.-C., Lin, Y.-H., Tsai, Y.-L., Huang, S.-C., et al. (2002) Heterotopic Triplet Pregnancy: Report of a Case with Bilateral Tubal Pregnancy and an Intrauterine Pregnancy. Human Reproduction, 171, 1363-1366.

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  • TITLE: Heterotopic Pregnancy: Challenges in Diagnosis and Management

    AUTHORS: V. Sunita, M. Ramya, T. Shruthi, G. Sangeetha

    KEYWORDS: Heterotopic Pregnancy, Hematosalpinx, Ectopic Pregnancy

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vol.6 No.8, June 23, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Objectives: 1) To study the obstetric outcome in two women with heterotopic pregnancy, 2) To report the challenges faced during management of these pregnancies. Design: Case study of two heterotopic pregnancies managed by us. Setting: RL Jalappa Hospital and Research Hospital. Patients: Two women with heterotopic pregnancy. Interventions: Laparotomy and management of ectopic component. Main Outcome Measures: Pregnancy outcomes following surgery. Results: Both pregnancies continued with one live birth at 36 weeks and one preterm delivery at 29 weeks with neonatal death subsequently. Conclusion: Pregnancy outcome after surgery for heterotopic pregnancy is guarded and is at high risk for preterm birth. Salpingostomy is a good option when faced with dilemma of whether it is hematosalpinx or ectopic pregnancy instead of salpingectomy.