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Objective: To investigate the diagnosis and treatment of ectopic tubal pregnancy with mesonephric cyst. Materials and Methods: A case of ectopic tubal pregnancy with mesonephric cyst was retrospectively analyzed. Results: On admission, the patient complained of menopause with pain in the lower abdomen. The results of ultrasound showed that: the left adnexal mass was dissected by laparotomy on May 4, 2018. The pathological results showed that left tubal pregnancy was accompanied with a mid-renal duct cyst. The patient recovered well after operation without tumor metastasis. Conclusion: Ectopic tubal pregnancy with mesonephric cyst is rare clinically and is a benign tumor. Surgical resection is the main treatment with good prognosis and less recurrence and malignancy.