Case Report: Rupture Ectopic Pregnancy with History of Appendectomy


Authors : Karina Rahmawati

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7655829

Rupture Ectopic Pregnancy is the occurrence of abortus and rupture in pregnancies with abnormal implantation outside the uterine cavity. One of the risk factors is pelvic infection or previous abdomen-pelvic surgery. We reported one case of Rupture Ectopic Pregnancy with a history of appendectomy in the right tubal of a 24-years-old woman in 6 weeks pregnant came with complaints of generalized abdominal tenderness especially in the lower right abdomen. The patient is diagnosed with a suspected Rupture Ectopic Pregnancy impaired with acute signs of abdomen. This acute sign of abdomen is analyzed by physical, laboratory or ultrasound examinations so that it was suspected that Ectopic Pregnancy is disturbed. Then, the patient moved to undergo an operative procedure of cito laparotomy with partial salpingectomy dextra. Obtained rupture of tuba pars ampullaris dextra.

Keywords : Ectopic Pregnancy, Appendectomy, Rupture Ectopic Pregnancy

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