《Slide 80.》Ectopic gestation, Ovary
A. Brief Descriptions:
Definitive diagnosis of ovarian pregnancy requires proof of ovarian nidation and exclusion of tubal nidation with secondary ovarian involvement.
B. Gross Findings:
Hemorrhage in the ovary
C. Micro Findings：
Blood clot and chorionic villi in the ovarian stroma.
Luteinized granulosa cells of corpus luteum.
A corpus luteum of pregnancy can often be identified close to the hemorrhagic implantation site.
Robbins Pathologic Basis of Disease, 6th ed. P.1079-1080.
【 Fig. 80-1 (LP)】Chorionic villi in the ovarian parenchyma.
【 Fig. 80-2 (HP)】Chrionic villi and trophoblasts with severe hemorrhage.
【 Fig. 80-3 (HP)】Corpus luteum is found adjacent to the gestational tissue.