HETEROTOPIC PREGNANCY- A REPORT OF 2 CASES IN WOMEN WITHOUT RISK FACTORS
AbstractTwo cases of heterotopic pregnancy are reported. The cases emphasize that co incident pregnancies may occur inwomen who are without risk of ectopic pregnancy or multiple gestation. The cases describe the complexities ofdiagnosis and management.
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