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Clinical Observation on 115 Patients of Oviduct Pregnancy Treated by Trichosanthin Injection

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Objective: To find an effective treatment of oviduct pregnancy.Methods: One hundred and fifteen patients of oviduct pregnancy were treated by injecting trichosanthin in cervix.Results: One week after injection, 95.5% of the treated patients had their HCG turned to negative. Symptoms such as painful abdominal distention, and signs such as pelvic hydrops and vaginal bleeding, were also relieved obviously in most of the cases.Conclusion: Trichosanthin injection may be an effective treatment for oviduct pregnancy, but further improvement in its preparation, and method of medication and dosage are necessary.

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Correspondence to Shangmin Mu.

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Mu, S. Clinical Observation on 115 Patients of Oviduct Pregnancy Treated by Trichosanthin Injection. CJIM 4, 114–117 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02934155

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  • oviduct pregnancy
  • trichosanthin injection