Heterotopic pregnancy of a ruptured ectopic pregnancy coexisting with a twin intra-uterine pregnancy: A case report
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A case of ruptured ectopic and twin intra-uterine pregnancy is presented. The patient had conceived following ovulation induction with clomiphene citrate
Additional Citation InformationZvandasara, P. (2001) Heterotopic pregnancy of a ruptured ectopic pregnancy coexisting with a twin intra-uterine pregnancy: A case report. Central African Journal of Medicine, 47 (2), 44-5.
University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences
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