Unilateral torsion of fallopian tube at 32 of weeks of pregnancy followed by a normal delivery
Keywords:acute abdomen in pregnancy, acute abdomen due to fallopian tube torsion
AbstractA 24 year primi gravida at 32 weeks pregnancy presented with acute abdomen simulating torted ovarian
tumor that underwent laparatomy/unilateral salpingectomy with the diagnosis of fallopian tube torsion is
presented because of uneventful term vaginal delivery despite postoperative complication like gaped abdominal
wound needing secondary suture.
Keywords: acute abdomen in pregnancy; acute abdomen due to fallopian tube torsion.
Nepal Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology June-July 2009; 4(1): 58-59
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