Angular pregnancy was first defined in 1898 by the American obstetrician Howard Kelly as "implantation of the embryo just medial to the uterotubal
junction, in the lateral angle of the uterine cavity" and medial to the round ligament.
3 Interstitial pregnancy must be distinguished from angular pregnancy, which occurs when the embryo is implanted medial to the uterotubal
junction in the lateral angle of the uterine cavity, close to the internal ostium of the fallopian tube.
Most common site is the posterior wall of the uterine cavity, followed by anterior, lateral and uterotubal
The entire fallopian tube should be removed, from the fimbriated end to the uterotubal
junction, and any fimbrial attachments on the ovary should be cauterized or removed.
In 4 cases out of 6 the myomatous nodes were located at the bottom and in the body of the womb; in 1 case it was uterotubal
angle on the right, and in 1 case it was the back wall of the body of womb.
The isthmus connects with the apex of the uterine horn forming the uterotubal
NOVEL IC THERMOMETER PLACED IN THE UTEROTUBAL
JUNCTION TO MEASURE BOVINE UTERINE TEMPERATURE.
Rare possibilities include: 1) fragmentation of the IUCD with expulsion of the fragment bearing the string, and 2) migration of a linear IUCD into the uterotubal
During the insertion procedure, the delivery catheter crosses the cervix and uterus and the coils are placed across the uterotubal
A cut was made at the uterotubal
junction, thus preserving the integrity of both uterine horns and avoiding loss of uterine fluid.
In Angular pregnancy embryo is implanted medial to uterotubal
junction and round ligament while in cornual pregnancy embryo is implanted lateral to round ligament.
The Essure insert traverses the uterotubal
junction and is anchored in place using a nitinol coil.