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1

Enlargement of abdomen


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

C

2

Identification of fetal heart tones separately from mother


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

D

3

Perception of active fetal movement by the examiner


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

D

4

Disturbance in urination


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

A

5

Amenorrhea


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

B

6

Fatigue


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

A

7

An atomic breast changes


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

B

8

Changes in vaginal mucosa


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

B

9

Change in skin, shape, and consistency of the uterus


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

C

10

Chloasma


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

B

11

Anatomical changes in cervix


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

C

12

UTZ or radiologic evidence

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

D

13

Perception of fetal movement


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

A

14

Linea nigra


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

A

15

Braxton-Hick's contractions are painless and irregular


A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

C

16

Ballotment

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

C

17

Striae gravidarum

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

B

18

Breast tenderness and tingling sensation

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

A

19

Increased temperature by 0.3 to 0.5 for >3 weeks due to progesterone

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

B

20

Spider telangiectasia

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

A

21

Physical outlining of the fetus

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

C

22

Positive pregnancy test BHcG

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

C

23

[Radiographic evidence of fetal deaths]

Overlapping of fetal skull bones due to liquefaction of brain

Spalding's signs

24

[Radiographic evidence of fetal deaths]

Gas bubbles in the fetus

Robert's sign

25

Nausea with or without vomiting

A. Presumptive symptom
B. Presumptive sign
C. Probable evidence
D. Positive evidence

A