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Giving grounds for reasonable opinion or belief; based on signs and symptoms through hispry taking and physical examination and upon results of lab tests

Presumptive evidences of pregnancy

1

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

nausea w/ or w/o vomiting

presumptive; 6-18th week

2

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

gestational sac

positive; 4weeks

3

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy +time observable]

perception of fetal mov't

presumptive; 16th-20th week

4

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

hCG in urine/serum = positive pregnancy test

probable; 7-9 days

5

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy]

disturbance in urination

presumptive

6

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

Hegar's sign/Goodell's sign

Probable; 6-8 weeks

7

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

Chadwick's sign

presumptive; 6th week

8

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

fetal heart action

positive; 5 weeks

9

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

perception of fetal mov't by examiner

positive; 20 weeks

10

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

enlargement of abdomen

probable; 12 weeks

11

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

ballottement

probable; 16-20 weeks

12

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy]

cessation of menses

presumptive

13

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy]

breast enlargement

presumptive

14

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

increased skin pigmentation, abdominal striae

presumptive

15

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

Braxton Hicks contractions

probable; 28 weeks

16

[presumptive/probable/positive evidence of pregnancy + time observable]

Physic Outlining of fetus

probable; late pregnancy

17

naegle's rule

+7 days - 3 mos

18

EDD if LMNP is Feb 10, 2011

Nov 17, 2011

19

LNMP if EDD is Dec 4, 2011

Feb 25, 2011

20

2nd trimester is ___ week to ___ week

14th; 28th

21

[Duration]

early uterine

<20 weeks

22

[Duration]

pre-term

21-37 weeks

23

[Duration]

term

37-42

24

[Duration]

post dated

after 42 weeks

25

[type of abortion]

closed cervix, bleeding, fetus alive, intact bag

threatened

26

[type of abortion]

closed cervix, w/ or w/o bleedig, fetus dead but still inside intact bag

missed

27

[type of abortion]

cervix open, w/ or w/o bleeding, fetus alive, bag intact

open

28

[type of abortion]

cervix open, with bleeding, fetus passed out, bag all passed out

complete

29

[type of abortion]

cervix open, w/ or w/o bleeding, fetus alive but in ruptured bag

inevitable

30

describe incomplete abortion

open cervix, bleeding, fetis passed out, only some of the bag is passed out

31

early abortion:12 weeks:curettage::
late abortion:________:_______

later than 12 weeks, wait for baby to come out

32

why is curettage not done in late abortion?

baby already has bonu spicules and these may cause uterine laceration and bleeding

33

define spontaneous abortion

death <20 weeks

34

interpret the obstetric score
G4P3 (2-1-0-3)

4 pregnancies, 3 viable deliveries, 2 term babies, 1preterm, no abortion, 3 living children

35

transient fetal lie with fetal and maternal axes crossing at 45deg angle

oblique

36

fetal presentation: feet/ buttocks

breech

37

anterior fontanelle: diamond::
posterior fontanelle: ______

triangular

38

cephalic presentation with head in full extension, occipit in contact wih back, face palpated on IE

face

39

T/F sinciput presentation is transient

T

40

cephalic presentation a.k.a military attitude, head partially extended, brow presents on IE

brow

41

T/F brow presentation is not transient

F

42

breech presentation with thighs flexed on abdomen + legs extended

frank

43

breech presentation with 1 or both feet presenting

incomplete

44

time when uterus becomes and abdominopelvic organ

12 weeks