fsaneh Tehranian, Sepideh Nekuie, Maryam Razavi, Farahnaz Sadat Ahmadi
||Journal of Gynecological Research and Obstetrics, 2016, Vol.2 (1), pp.051-054
||Peertechz Publications Private Limited
Background: primary ectopic pregnancy (EP), with 0.001-0.013% incidence rate, is a very scarceobstetrical condition. Among EPs Ovarian EP is more rarely seen? Case: We present a case of ovarian EP following In vitro fertilization in a patient with history ofendometriosis and curettage. With a primary diagnosis of tubal EP, the patient underwent laparoscopy,during which ovarian pregnancy was revealed. This was later confirmed with pathological review of thespecimen. Conclusion: Ovarian EP constitutes 3% of all EPs. Diagnosis of this condition is extremely hardbefore surgery; therefore, laparoscopy is considered a reliable means of diagnosis. Moreover, womenconceiving with IVF-embryo transfer have a higher risk of EP.