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Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology  2016, Vol. 43 Issue (6): 800-802    DOI: 10.12891/ceog3114.2016
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Rupture risk factors of fallopian tubal pregnancy
T. Fukami1, *(), H. Tsujioka1, S. Matsuoka1, S. Sorano1, A. Tohyama1, H. Yamamoto1, S. Nakamura1, M. Goto1, R. Matsuoka1, F. Eguchi1
1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, ASO Iizuka Hospital, Iizuka, Fukuoka (Japan)
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Abstract  
The present authors analyzed patients’ backgrounds and pre-surgical findings to clarify the risk factors of rupture of fallopian tubal pregnancy. The surgical findings 113 cases were clearly diagnosed as fallopian tubal pregnancy with or without rupture. Twenty-six cases of fallopian tubal pregnancy were ruptured and 87 cases were not ruptured at the time of operation. The risk factors of fallopian tubal rupture were assessed by Chi-square for independence test and multiple regression analysis. Obesity (BMI over 26), prior birth history, social welfare entitlement, ultrasonography findings of fetal heart movement, and pre-surgical serum beta-hCG level more than 3,000 mIU/ml patient were significantly higher risk in fallopian tubal rupture. Fertility treatment patient were at significantly lower risk for fallopian tubal rupture. Higher beta-hCG levels, especially >3,000 mIU/ml is associated with increased risk of fallopian tubal rupture in ectopic pregnancy.
Key words:  Ectopic pregnancy      Rupture      Serum beta-subunit human chorionic gonadotropin     
Published:  10 December 2016     
*Corresponding Author(s):  T. FUKAMI     E-mail:  fukami1975@msn.com

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T. Fukami, H. Tsujioka, S. Matsuoka, S. Sorano, A. Tohyama, H. Yamamoto, S. Nakamura, M. Goto, R. Matsuoka, F. Eguchi. Rupture risk factors of fallopian tubal pregnancy. Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology, 2016, 43(6): 800-802.

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