Thanks for the query,
Unfortunately it is not possible that in a case of ectopic pregnancy, the pregnancy can be removed completely and then re-implanted into the uterus. The reason is that the placental cytotrophoblastic invasion into the tube cannot be separated which is the blood supply of the foetus and hence even a small insult with blood supply, at that early in gestation is fatal for the developing embryo. So its more hypothetical than practical.
I hope I have answered your query in detail,
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