Ectopic Pregnancy

June 21, 2012
Posted in OB/GYN

SAMUEL E. GREENBERG, M.D. Summary: A pregnancy outside of the Uterine cavity is called an Ectopic pregnancy. It usually occurs in the Fallopian tube because the fertilized egg is trapped there by partial obstructions or sluggish motility, caused by previous injury to the tube or hormonal imbalance. The patient may have abdominal or pelvic pain, Read more