The use of a vaginal probe in the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy

A Funk, F Hübner, H Fendel
Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics 1989, 244 (3): 163-8
75 patients with suspected ectopic pregnancy, referred to the department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of the RWTH-Aachen between July 1987 and May 1988, were examined by means of transvaginal sonography. The sonographic findings were subsequently vaudated by clinical and/or surgical means. An ultrasound diagnosis of an ectopic pregnancy could not be confirmed in only 3 out of 25 such cases.

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