Primary ovarian pregnancy is one of
the rarest varieties of ectopic pregnancies. Patients frequently present with
abdominal pain and menstrual irregularities. Preoperative diagnosis is
challenging but transvaginal sonography has often been helpful. A diagnostic
delay may lead to rupture, secondary implantation or operative difficulties.
Therefore, awareness of this rare condition is important in reducing the
associated risks. Here, we report a case report of ovarianpregnancy presented. A 29-year-old
woman, nulliparous, was admitted to the hospital forsuspected ectopic
pregnancy. A transvaginal sonography failed to hint at ovarian ectopic. She was
successfully managed by surgery and histological studies confirmed an ovarian
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