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Bilateral tubal pregnancy: A diagnostic dilemma

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Bilateral tubal ectopic pregnancy is very rare and usually occurs following ovulation stimulation. Moreover preoperative diagnosis is very difficult. We are presenting a case of bilateral tubal ectopic pregnancy occurring spontaneously. Hence careful follow-up with combination of color Doppler and serum beta HCG estimation of patients after laparoscopic or open surgery for ectopic pregnancies is needed to avoid such unusual event.

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Mandal, R. , Ghosh, S. , Mitra, S. , Basak, A. , Naskar, P. , Seth, K. and Halder, A. (2013) Bilateral tubal pregnancy: A diagnostic dilemma. Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 3, 639-641. doi: 10.4236/ojog.2013.39116.

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