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1. A 22 years old woman presented in emergency at 17 weeks pregnancy with complain of lower abdominal pain, transparent vaginal discharge and vaginal spotting she is vitally stable and mild tightness in abdomen, admitted with suspected second trimester miscarriage the following feature is highly suggestive of pregnancy loss:
2. In early pregnancy:
3. A nineteen year-old-girl is admitted with pelvic pain, a positive pregnancy test and a 3 cm viabe ectopic pregnancy seen in the right fallopian tube on ultrasound. She has already had a left saplingectomy for a previous ectopic. The best management would be:
4. A-27 years old woman is suspected to have a partial molar pregnancy which of the following management is correct?
5. A 42 years old woman and her partner present to infertility clinic following a miscarriage at 8 weeks gestation. This is her second first trimester miscarriage, they have a 5 years old son. Which of the following is true regarding recurrent miscarriage?
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