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Case Report

Abdominal Pregnancy in the Small Intestine Presenting as Acute Massive Lower Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

Table 1

Reported cases of intestinal hemorrhage associated with ectopic pregnancy.

AuthorReported yearPatientSite of ectopic pregnancyLocation of placental erosionGestational age (weeks)Maternal outcomeFetal outcome

Armstrong [3]1835NANANA24DeadNA
Edgar [4]1901NANASigmoidNADeadNA
Clark [5]1932Female, 25 yearsLeft interstitialSigmoid6AliveDead
Webster and Kerr [6]1956NARight interstitialAppendix and ileumNADeadNA
Engel [7]1961NALeft interstitialIleumNADeadNA
Shirkey et. al. [8]1964Female, 38 yearsLeft interstitialIleumNAAliveDead
Bigg et al. [9]1965Female, 19 yearsRight interstitialCaecumNAAliveDead
Bornman et al. [10]1985Female, 29 yearsAbdominal (posterior wall of uterus)Sigmoid34AliveAlive
Seow et al. [11]1992NAAbdominalCaecumNANANA
Verma et al. [12]1996Female, 38 yearsLeft fallopian tubeSigmoid4–8AliveDead
Warshal et al. [13]1996Female, 36 yearsRight interstitialIleum12–16AliveDead
Saravanane et al. [14]1997Female, 30 yearsAbdominal (pouch of Douglas)Rectum14AliveDead
Ekwaro et al. [15]2004Female, 26 yearsAbdominal (fundus of uterus)SigmoidNADeadDead
Present study2017Female, 32 yearsAbdominal (fundus of uterus)Ileum16AliveDead

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