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the condition of carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

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Successful management of viable cervical pregnancy by local injection of methotrexate guided by transvaginal ultrasonography.
Treatment of early cervical pregnancy with cerclage, Carboprost, curettage and balloon tamponade.
If the patient comes to the emergency department and the physician suspects a cervical pregnancy, that physician should consider whether the hospital is equipped to do these interventions, or whether a transfer might be necessary.
13,14] Typically, to differentiate from a cervical pregnancy, no myometrium between the gestational sac and bladder must be seen, because the gestational sac grows into the anterior portion of the isthmus.
Histopathology confirmed cervical pregnancy and the fundus showed arias stella reaction (Arias stella reaction is described as endometrial changes consisting of nuclear and cellular irregularities in the glands.
All these criteria's confirmed our diagnosis of cervical pregnancy.
For cervical pregnancy and interstitial pregnancy hysterectomy was done to control the haemorrhage.
Cervical pregnancy is a rare form of EP wherein the pregnancy implants in the lining of the endocervical canal.
DISCUSSION: Cervical pregnancy is defined as implantation and development of the fertilized ovum within the cervical structure without involving the Corpus uteri.
Peleg D, bar-hava, neaman-leaven M, Ashkena, Ben-Rafaelz J: early diagnosis and successful non surgical treatment of viable combined intrauterine and cervical pregnancy.
INTRODUCTION: Cervical pregnancy is a type of ectopic pregnancy where the implantation of the fertilized ovum occurs in the endocervical canal.
We had 5 special cases, one each of interstitial pregnancy, scar ectopic, cervical pregnancy and 2 cases of heterotopic pregnancies.