Zentralbl Gynakol 2002; 124(3): 184-185
DOI: 10.1055/s-2002-32264
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Unrecognized Cervical Pregnancy Treated by Suction Curettage and Cervicovaginal Tamponade

Die Behandlung der Zervikalschwangerschaft mit Suktionskürettage und zervikovaginaler TamponadeDubravko  Habek1 , Jasna  Čerkez  Habek2 , Darko  Čurźık1
  • 1Clinical Department of Obigyn Clinical Hospital Osijek, J. Huttlera 4, 31000 Osijek, Croatia (Head: D. Čurźık)
  • 2Department of Internal Medicine General Hospital Bjelovar, Croatia (Head: J. Čiček)
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Publication Date:
17 June 2002 (online)

Abstract

The authors presented a case of a 30-year tertigravidar women with unrecognized cervical pregnancy, treated by suction curettage and cervicovaginal tamponade.
In our case of unrecognized cervical pregnancy, during hysterometry and cervical dilatation occured uterine bleeding and clinical pictures of obstetrics hemorrhagic shock, so we continued with suction curettage and cervicovaginal tamponade as a urgent procedure which turned out as a final. Medicamentous chemotherapy of the cervical pregnancy (methotrexat) was not used, because after described procedure β-HCG lytic decreased and without colour-Doppler visualization of local cervical trophoblastic vascularisation.

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Dubravko HabekM. D., Ph.D. 

Clinical Department of Obigyn Clinical Hospital Osijek

J. Huttlera 4

31000 Osijek

Croatia

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Email: dubravko.habek@bj.hinet.hr

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