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Female Reproductive System -Q – Obstetric Diagnostic Tests & Procedures & A – M

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chorionic villus sampling (CVS) sampling of placental tissue for microscopic and chemical examination to detect fetal abnormalities
amniocentesis aspiration of a small amount of amniotic fluid for analysis of possible fetal abnormalities
fetal monitoring use of an electronic device for simultaneous recording of fetal heart rate and uterine contractions
pelvimetry obstetric measurement of the pelvis to evaluate proper conditions for vaginal delivery
pregnancy test test performed on urine or blood to detect the presence of human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (secreted by the placenta), which indicates pregnancy
pelvic sonography ultrasound imaging of the female pelvis
endovaginal sonogram ultrasound image of the uterus, tubes, and ovaries made after introduction of an ultrasonic transducer within the vagina; useful for detecting pathology (e.g., ectopic pregnancy or missed abortion)
obstetric sonogram ultrasound image of the pregnant uterus to determine fetal development
Created by: MT student1