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Endometriosis and spontaneous hemoperitoneum in pregnancy: ab uno disce omnes… Is it always true?

      In the present issue, Benaglia et al. (
      • Benaglia L.
      • Reschini M.
      • La Vecchia I.
      • Candotti G.
      • Somigliana E.
      • Vercellini P.
      Endometriosis and spontaneous hemoperitoneum in pregnancy: evaluation of the magnitude of the risk in women becoming pregnant via in vitro fertilization.
      ) report one case of spontaneous hemoperitoneum in pregnancy (SHiP) in a series of 348 women with endometriosis who were obtaining a pregnancy by in vitro fertilization (IVF) and conclude that this group of women had an extremely low risk of developing SHiP.
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