Sixty cases of ectopic pregnancy were treated by laparoscopy without laparotomy. In each case, one of two techniques was used-tubal aspiration or salpingotomy-in conjunction with aspiration of the conceptus and peritoneal rinsing. Of these 60 cases, only 3 were failures. Twenty-five women later desired pregnancy, and 18 conceived. The operated fallopian tube was checked in 18 cases and in 13 of these was found to be patent. A laparoscopic film has been made to illustrate this new technique.