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The fimbria are the "finger like" projections at the end of the fallopian tube. Some fimbrial ectopic pregnancies actually represent "tubal abortions" in progress rather than implantation into this region of the fallopian tube.

When a pregnancy has implanted into the muscular wall of the fimbrial portion of the tube the central lumen is often spared. Therefore, surgical treatment of a fimbrial ectopic pregnancy should be to open the serosa (outer sheath) of the tube and carefully remove the pregnancy (and blood clots). Pulling tissue from the open end of the tube or "milking" the tube may cause more damage than opening the tube and should be avoided.

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