Abdominal Pregnancy (Clinical Report)
Byline: Naheed Parveen, Roshan Ara Qazi, Raheel Sikandar and Shahneela Memon Abdominal pregnancy is a rare form of ectopic pregnancy associated with high maternal (0.20%) and perinatal (40-95%) mortality; surprisingly we had three consecutive cases of this condition. Case 1: Was referred from Taulka hospital where the patient presented as, four months gestational amenorrhea with acute diarrhea vomiting and severe anemia. She was treated symptomatically, transfused two units of blood and referred to Liaquat University Hospital with Ultrasound report showing suspicion of abdominal pregnancy. Case 2: Was newly married primipara who presented with four months gestational amenorrhea and severe lower abdominal pain. Ultrasound report showed a complex mass of 8.0cm just below the anterior abdominal wall (over the uterus) with alive fetus. The uterus was empty, so the diagnosis of abdominal pregnancy was made.