RECURRENT ECTOPIC PREGNANCY ON TUBAL REMNANT, AFTER IPSILATERAL
SALPINGECTOMY, TREATED BY LAPAROSCOPIC RESECTION: LOOP AND STITCH.
Ipsilateral ectopic pregnancy on tubal remnant after salpingectomy is
rare and it is associated with mortality rates higher than other ectopic
pregnancies. We present a case of a 38-years-old patient, gravida 4,
nulliparous woman, with two spontaneous abortions and a previous right
salpingectomy for a tubal pregnancy, that was referred to our hospital
at 4+5 weeks of gestation for pelvic pain and spotting. After a
confirmed diagnosis of recurrent ectopic pregnancy on tubal remnant, she
performed a laparoscopy with removal of the right tubal remnant with the
pregnancy, using for the first time in literature the Endoloop ligature.