A case of a full-term secondary peritoneal pregnancy (with fig.)

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While primary peritoneal pregnancy is the greatest rarity, and even the very possibility of it is rejected by some authors, secondary peritoneal pregnancy is known to be observed quite often. However, cases of full-term pregnancies of this kind do not occur so often, which prompts me to describe one such case that I operated on.

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I. P. Lastochkin

Yuryevets Hospital

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Russian Federation, Ivanovo-Voznesensk

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