Ala Aiob , Sharon Avisholm , and Jacob Bornstein
Background: Uterosacral ligament implantation of primary abdominal pregnancies is an extremely rare form of ectopic pregnancy. Methods and findings: We report the case of a rare spontaneous uterosacral ligament conception in a 34-year-old woman. This was the patient’s third pregnancy, and she had no known risk factors for ectopic pregnancy. Vaginal ultrasonography revealed a viable ectopic pregnancy close to the left ovary. Laparoscopy found a concept’s implanted in the left uterosacral ligament. Tissue was bluntly removed and pathologically confirmed as chorionic villi. Conclusion: The rarity of this condition signifies the need for reporting all cases to facilitate optimal clinical management, as well as to aid future research.