extrauterine pregnancy

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She had 3 miscarriages and an extrauterine pregnancy within 2 years, and the titers that were found indicate that she was acutely infected weeks before the first miscarriage.
Gray (2008), "Advanced Extrauterine Pregnancy: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 198(3): 297.e1-7.
Smoking, according to the report, also causes inflammation and sight loss, is detrimental to the immune system, increases the risk of dying from tuberculosis and of women having an extrauterine pregnancy.
Advanced extrauterine pregnancy. Cent Afr J Med 1995;41:28-34.
Another was at risk of an extrauterine pregnancy while the third was recovering from cancer and feared a relapse.
The extrauterine pregnancy can be addressed via salpingostomy or salpingectomy depending on the intraoperative findings.