An ectopic pregnancy in which the embryo is implanted in the woman's fallopian tube.
An ectopic pregnancy located in the fallopian tube; most occur in the ampulla, but others can be located in the narrower isthmus or in the interstitial segment. See also: interstitial pregnancy
a pregnancy that occurs in the fallopian tubes, with a fertilized egg implanting in the tube instead of the uterus; severely painful and can be fatal if not detected and treated
Occurs when a fertilized egg stays in the fallopian tubes and develops there rather than migrating down to the uterus; also called ectopic pregnancy
ectopic pregnancy in a Fallopian tube
a type of ectopic pregnancy where the fetus develops in the fallopian tubes
A fertilized egg that implants within the fallopian tube rather than the uterine cavity. Under these conditions, the tube can rupture and bleed. Tubal pregnancies can be fatal if they are not identified and treated early.
A pregnancy that develops in the fallopian tube rather than in the uterus. Also called ectopic pregnancy.
Occurs when the morula remains in the oviduct and does not descend into the uterus.
A pregnancy where the embryo attaches to a fallopian tube instead of the wall of the uterus. This type of pregnancy must always be ended for the safety of the woman, since there is not enough room in the tubes for a fetus to grow. If the fetus grows large enough, the tube will rupture (burst open) and the pregnant woman will die if she cannot get emergency surgery soon enough to stop the hemorrhage (bleeding).
The development and attachment of a fertilized egg in a fallopian tube Uterus -- Hollow muscular organ where the fetus grows until birth
See Ectopic Pregnancy.