Abstract | November 12, 2020
Cervical varicosity is a rare complication of pregnancy. They present as painless vaginal bleeding, mostly during the second or third trimester, potentially leading to maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality. There have only been 18 cases reported in the English literature with varying presentation, and there has been no consensus on the optimal approach to manage cervical varices.
Abstract | October 29, 2020
While bilateral ectopic pregnancy is increasing in prevalence with assisted reproductive technology use, spontaneous occurrence is less common. Estimated prevalence of spontaneous bilateral ectopic pregnancy is 1 in 200,000.