C-Section Ectopic PregnancyI’m writing for advice for CPT advice for managing cesarean scar ectopic pregnancy without concurrent intrauterine pregnancy (ICD-10 O00.80). The patient wished to avoid laparoscopy/laparotomy and underwent transcervical balloon therapy which was inflated adjacent to the ectopic (as has been described/published previously) without success. Several days later during the same inpatient admission, she underwent general anesthesia with ultrasound guided installation of potassium chloride and methotrexate directly in to the ectopic pregnancy, which was successful and she was discharged home the following day.
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