, Volume 241, Issue 1, pp 63-69

Cervical pregnancy: Case reports and current concepts in diagnosis and treatment

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Summary

Cervical pregnancy produces profuse but painless vaginal bleeding. After ultrasound diagnosis early in pregnancy, preservation of the uterus is possible. After the 12th week, hysterectomy is almost always necessary. We review current concepts in the diagnosis and management of cervical pregnancy.