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Heterotopic cervical pregnancy management after a high complexity assisted reproduction procedure

Heterotopic cervical pregnancies with a viable intrauterine pregnancy are rare, the conservative and prudent management of these cases should be focused on the selective reduction of cervical pregnancies in order to maintain eutopic pregnancy. This paper reports the first case in Ecuador of a heterotopic cervical pregnancy after ICSI procedure and its proper management by ultrasound-guided curettage, allowing the normal development as an intrauterine pregnancy.

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