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1/2. Recurrent haemoperitoneum in a mild von Willebrand's disease combined with a storage pool deficit.

    Haemoperitoneum secondary to haemorrhagic corpus luteum has been described in severe bleeding disorders such as afibrinogenaemia, type 3 von Willebrand's disease and patients under oral anticoagulation. We have studied one patient who presented three episodes of severe bleeding at ovulation, requiring surgery twice, with the diagnosis of mild von Willebrand's disease and mild storage pool deficiency. Mild von Willebrand's disease (associated with other thrombopathies or coagulopathies) should be considered in this pathology, although physicians would prefer to find a severe haemorrhagic disorder as the underlying condition in these cases.
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2/2. Heterotopic pregnancy: case report.

    Heterotopic pregnancy in a spontaneous cycle is a rare entity with an estimated frequency below one per 30,000 pregnancies. Its incidence evidently has increased in accordance with the widespread use of in vitro fertilization and ovulation induction. We report a case of heterotopic pregnancy in a 40-year-old woman who presented with acute abdominal pain. We also present findings from transvaginal ultrasound imaging.
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