Conservative treatment of ectopic pregnancy in a Caesarian section scar with methotrexate: a case report

Author(s): Nawroth F, Foth D, Wilhelm L, Schmidt T, Warm M, et al.


Ectopic pregnancies sited in dehiscent cesarean section scars have a high risk of rupture and bleeding. Attempts at operative therapy frequently end in loss of the uterus. A connection with the cavum uteri justifies an attempt at dilatation and curettage. We describes a patient with combined systemic and local intra-amniotic methotrexate (MTX). The uterus was preserved.

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