Spiegelberg criteria

Spie·gel·berg cri·te·ri·a

(shpē'gĕl-bĕrg),
1) the oviduct on the affected side must be intact; 2) the amnionic sac must occupy the position of the ovary; 3) the amnionic sac must be connected to the uterus by the ovarian ligament; and 4) ovarian tissue must be present in the wall of the amnionic sac.

Spie·gel·berg cri·te·ria

(spē'gel-berg krī-tēr'ē-ă)
Used in the diagnosis of ovarian pregnancy: 1) the oviduct on the affected side must be intact; 2) the amnionic sac must occupy the position of the ovary; 3) the amnionic sac must be connected to the uterus by the ovarian ligament; and 4) ovarian tissue must be present in the wall of the amnionic sac.

Spiegelberg,

Otto, German gynecologist, 1830-1881.
Spiegelberg criteria - for differentiating ovarian from other ectopic pregnancies.