Extrauterine foetal death misdiagnosed as missed abortion

Extrauterine pregnancy implies implantation of the product of conception outside the endometrial lining. It is a reproductive health disaster that presents itself in a bewildering variety of anatomical, physiological and clinical expressions as acute, subacute or chronic types. In the literature, there have been sparse reports of extrauterine pregnancy mistaken for intrauterine pregnancy, some of which even progressed to the third trimester; and despite the almost ubiquitous usage of prenatal ultrasound, extrauterine pregnancies may not be detected in a timely manner unless attention to basic clinical features, and high index of suspicion are followed.

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