Ectopic localization of molar pregnancy is rare from review of literature. To date, only 132 cases have been reported. The identification of molar pregnancies in this setting is critical given their malignant potential and post-surgical management. We present a case of tubal hydatiform molar pregnancy with features suggestive of partial mole, detailing the patientís initial presentation, explorative surgical evaluation, and finally the revelation of diagnosis based upon pathological determination. It is essential for providers to not only be informed of an unusual pathology but of the importance and value of histological examination of tubal specimens post-surgery with the pertinence to diagnose cases of molar pregnancy for prompt and appropriate post-operative surveillance.
Ectopic pregmancy, Molar Pregnancy, Gynecology, Gynecological Malignancy, Laprascopy