Ectopic Pregnancy의 분류, risk factor, 진단 및 치료
95~96% of ectopic pregnancies are implanted in the various segments of the fallopian tubes.
Ampullary implantations is about 70%.
Nearly 95 percent of ectopic pregnancies are implanted in the various segments of the fallopian tubes (Fig. 10-1). Of these, most are ampullary implantations. The remaining 5 percent implant in the ovary, peritoneal cavity, or within the cervix. More recently, cesarean scar pregnancies are reported to be more common than in the past. Occasionally, and usually with assisted reproductive technologies (ART), multifetal pregnancies implant simultaneously with either both ectopic, or one ectopic and the other intrauterine
Previous ectopic pregnancy
Tubal corrective surgery
Documented tubal pathology
Assisted reproductive technology
Previous genital infection
Multiple sexual partners
Prior cesarean delivery
1. Tubal rupture
2. Tubal abortion
3. Interstitial and cornual pregnancy