pseudosac

pseudosac

Obstetrics A small intrauterine sac, which may be seen by vaginal ultrasonography in ♀ with an ectopic pregnancy, which corresponds to decidualized reactive tissue. See Ectopic pregnancy.
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Treatment success was not affected by past history of ectopic pregnancy, thickness of endometrium, progesterone value or presences of pseudosac and free pelvic fluid.
Data on patients' demographic and clinical characteristics (age, gravidity, parity, EP history, presenting symptoms and signs), TVU findings (endometrial thickness, pseudosac presence, fetal cardiac activity, free pelvic fluid), and pretreatment serum b-hCG and progesterone levels were retrieved from hospital records.
Placenta was adherent to the pseudosac so Psudosac was removed with placenta in situ and right sided salpingo-oophrectomy was also done due to their adherence.
The pseudosac of ectopic pregnancy was defined as fluid collection located centrally in the endometrial cavity.