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|A fact from Interstitial pregnancy appeared on Wikipedia's Main Page in the Did you know? column on 7 February 2010 (check views). The text of the entry was as follows: "Did you know
Too much jargon
- "namely that portion of the tube that transverses..."
- "located in a horn of..."
- "The interstitial part of the Fallopian tube represents its most proximal segment, and is described as tortuous with a length of... "
- "Medially is the os (ostium) of the tube connecting it to the endometrial cavity and laterally the tube continues in its isthmic segment."
- "The area is well supplied by a vascular arch..."
- "Interstitial pregnancies maybe confused with angular pregnancies that are located in the endometrial corner close to the uterotubal junction..."