A . Less than 1%
B . 0.02%
C . 1.1%
D . 2-3%
E . 6%
F . 20%
G . 3-4%
H . 60%
I . 65-95%
Each of the following clinical scenarios below relate to of women with incidence of relating to ectopic pregnancy .
For each patient select the single most appropriate option from the list above. Each option may be used once, more than once or not at all.
1. 24 year old with 7 weeks pregnancy with abdominal pain and spotting .She has previous history of surgical termination of pregnancy complicated by infection in post op period.her Beta Hcg is 1750IU /L...USG Shows gestational measuring 25x24mm present below internal os, with absent sliding sign with vascularity around Gestational sac in Doppler
Incidence of this type of pregnancy
2. 22 weeks pregnancy, with 6 weeks pregnancy beta Hcg 1400 IU /LOn transvaginal scan - left adnexa was seen to contain an ectopic pregnancy measuring 22 mm x 18 mm x 15 mm with No cardiac activity.She choose methotrexate as treatment option , what is the success rate of this treatment
3. 34 year old lady with 8weeks pregnancy with beta hcg of 1200IU /L, With previous cesarean section .She came with spotting .TVS- Gestational sac located anteriorly at the level of the internal os embedded at the site of the previous lower uterine segment caesarean section scar.doppler showing vascularity around sac.Empty uterine cavity .incidence of such pregnancy
4. 22year old women presented with 6 weeks gestation, complains of mild pain abdomen with moderate vaginal bleeding .
Hemodynamically stable ,
Abdomen and vagina examination is insignificant
Urine pregnancy test positive .
TVs scan- uterus -anteverted , Endometrial cavity - collection of fluid -pseudo sac . With right adnexal mass suggestive of ectopic pregnancy
In what percentage of women with tubal ectopic u see psudeosac
5. False negative laproscopy in ongoing ectopic pregnancy , when procedure is performed too early