Cornual ectopic pregnancy in a female with initial negative ultrasound

Peter S Gutierrez, Madeline Lewis, Gregory Barabell, Jana Upshaw
Pediatric Emergency Care 2011, 27 (12): 1182-4
Cornual pregnancies are a rare form of ectopic pregnancy that can be misdiagnosed as an intrauterine pregnancy via ultrasound. We report a 16-year-old adolescent girl with a cornual ectopic pregnancy and subsequent rupture in the emergency department.

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