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abbreviate <3/ob/gyn

QuestionAnswer
She was in atrial _____ on admission. fibrillation
Her _____ coronary artery disease required CABG. arteriosclerotic
She was taken off advanced _____ life support. cardiac
_____ heart disease is exacerbated by smoking. arteriosclerotic
There was an atrio _____ groove. ventricular
The patient was 95 years old and had no evidence of atherosclerotic cardio _____ disease. vascular
ASCAD _____ arteriosclerotic coronary artery disease
ASCVD _____ arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease
AV _____ atrioventricular
A-fib _____ atrial fibrillation
ASHD _____ arteriosclerotic heart disease
ACLS _____ advanced cardiac life support
"We then performed the _____ -pop anastomosis." fem
Coronary _____ bypass ___ times four was planned. artery
Coronary _____ bypass ________ times four was planned. grafting
There was an _____ fraction of 26%. ejection
An _____ gram was performed and was entirely normal. electrocardio
Tissue for the _____ portion of the surgery was taken from the right leg. fem-fem OR fem-pop
EF _____ ejection fraction
CABG _____ coronary artery bypass grafting
fem-fem _____ femoral-femoral
fem-pop _____ femoral-popliteal
ECG _____. electrocardiogram
The left _____ descending artery was normal. anterior
The _____ internal ___ artery was free of disease. left, mammary
The right _____ vena ___ was normal. inferior, cava
The left anterior _____ position was utilized. oblique
The left _____ artery is occluded. coronary
LCA _____ left coronary artery
LIMA _____ left internal mammary artery
IVC _____ inferior vena cava
LAO _____ left anterior oblique
LAD _____ left anterior descending
She has a history of premature _____ ventricular contraction
_____ infarction was ruled out. Myocardial
She had an occluded _____ marginal branch. obtuse
_____ coronary ___ was attempted. Percutaneous transluminal
_____ coronary ________ was attempted. angioplasty
She has normal left _____ function. ventricular
Given his history, pulmonary _____ was part of the differential diagnosis. embolism
The infant was diagnosed with _____ arteriosus. patent ductus
The PTCA showed 80% occlusion of the posterior _____ artery. descending
_____ vascular disease is the cause of deep venous thrombosis. peripheral
OMB _____ obtuse marginal branch
LV _____ left ventricle
PVC _____ premature ventricular contraction
MI _____ myocardial infarction
PTCA _____ percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty
PDA _____ posterior descending artery
PE _____ pulmonary embolism
PVD _____ peripheral vascular disease
The right _____ oblique position was used. anterior
The right _____ artery was damaged. coronary
The patient went into _____ tachycardia. ventricular
The superior _____ was within normal limits. vena cava
Right anterior _____ artery was totally occluded. descending
Superior _____ artery is found in the abdomen. mesenteric
V-tach _____ ventricular tachycardia
SVC _____ superior vena cava
RAD _____ right anterior descending
RCA _____ right coronary artery
RAO _____ right anterior oblique
SMA _____ superior mesenteric artery
premature _____ contractions ventricular
ventricular _____ tachycardia
right _____ oblique anterior
inferior _____ cava vena
patent ductus _____ arteriosus
left anterior _____ descending
peripheral _____ disease vascular
left internal _____ artery mammary
_____ vena cava superior
_____ infarction myocardial
V-tach – _____ tachycardia ventricular
CABG – coronary artery bypass _____ grafting
PTCA – percutaneous _____ coronary angioplasty transluminal
EF – _____ fraction ejection
LCA – left _____ artery circumflex
PE – pulmonary _____ embolism
SMA – superior _____ artery mesenteric
RAO – right anterior _____ oblique
ASHD – _____ heart disease atherosclerotic
LCA – _____ coronary artery left
LV left ventricle
OMB obtuse marginal branch
PDA patent ductus arteriosus
PVD peripheral vascular disease
fem-pop femoral-popliteal
ASCAD arteriosclerotic coronary artery disease
A-fib atrial fibrillation
ACLS advanced cardiac life support
IVC inferior vena cava
MI myocardial infarction
AC abdominal circumference
BPD biparietal diameter
EFW estimated fetal weight
FL femur length
HC head circumference
BPD biparietal diameter
FL femur length
EFW estimated fetal weight
AC abdominal circumference
HC head circumference
AB abortion or abortus
G gravida
P para
SAB spontaneous abortion
TAB therapeutic abortion
G gravida
AB abortion or abortus
SAB spontaneous abortion
P para
TAB therapeutic abortion
C-section C-section
cesarean section cesarean section
CPD cephalopelvic disproportion
EDC estimated date of confinement
EGA estimated gestational age
IUGR intrauterine growth retardation
She underwent elective_____ section without complications. cesarean
Ultrasound dates gave her an estimated date of _____ of 13 April 91. confinement
She should return for a followup ultrasound because of _____growth__________. intrauterine
She should return for a followup ultrasound because of _____growth__________. retardation
She underwent pelvimetry for possible _____disproportion. cephalopelvic
She has an _____ gestational age of 22.4 weeks. estimated
L labor and delivery
LGA large for gestational age
LMP last menstrual period
MSAFP maternal serum alpha fetoprotein
NSVD normal spontaneous vaginal delivery
ROM rupture of membranes
VBAC vaginal birth after cesarean
Her last _____ period was in 1978. menstrual
She had normal _____ vaginal delivery. spontaneous
She was a large for _____ age baby. gestational
Maternal serum _____ was normal. alpha fetoprotein
_____after cesarean was attempted. vaginal birth
She presented to the ER with _____ of membranes. rupture
She was in labor and _____for 36 hours. delivery
LGA large for gestational age
C-section cesarean section
LMP last menstrual period
CPD cephalopelvic disproportion
MSAFP maternal serum alpha fetoprotein
IUGR intrauterine growth retardation
EDC estimated date of confinement
EGA estimated gestational age
ROM rupture of membranes
NSVD normal spontaneous vaginal delivery
VBAC vaginal birth after cesarean
L labor and delivery
L labor and delivery
LGA large for gestational age
LMP last menstrual period
MSAFP maternal serum alpha fetoprotein
NSVD normal spontaneous vaginal delivery
ROM rupture of membranes
VBAC vaginal birth after cesarean
Her last _____ period was in 1978. menstrual
She had normal _____ vaginal delivery. spontaneous
She was a large for _____ age baby. gestational
Maternal serum _____ was normal. alpha fetoprotein
_____after cesarean was attempted. vaginal birth
She presented to the ER with _____ of membranes. rupture
She was in labor and _____for 36 hours. delivery
LGA large for gestational age
C-section cesarean section
LMP last menstrual period
CPD cephalopelvic disproportion
MSAFP maternal serum alpha fetoprotein
IUGR intrauterine growth retardation
EDC estimated date of confinement
EGA estimated gestational age
ROM rupture of membranes
NSVD normal spontaneous vaginal delivery
VBAC vaginal birth after cesarean
L labor and delivery
BSO bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
D dilatation and curettage
PID pelvic inflammatory disease
TAH total abdominal hysterectomy
TVH total vaginal hysterectomy
She is having infertility problems secondary to a history of pelvic _____disease. inflammatory
Bilateral _____ -oophorectomy was performed secondary to a cystic mass on the left ovary. salpingo
Total abdominal _____ was performed. hysterectomy
Total _____ hysterectomy was performed. vaginal
Dilatation and _____ was indicated for hypermenorrhea. curettage
TAH-BSO total abdominal hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
TVH total vaginal hysterectomy
D dilatation and curettage
PID pelvic inflammatory disease
BSO bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
abdominal _____ circumference
cephalopelvic _____ disproportion
pelvic _____ disease inflammatory
spontaneous _____ abortion
_____ date of confinement estimated
last menstrual _____ period
intrauterine _____ retardation growth
total abdominal _____ hysterectomy
_____ length femur
bilateral salpingo-_____ oophorectomy
CPD – (craniopelvic, cephalopelvic) disproportion cephalopelvic
TAB – (therapeutic, total) abortion therapeutic
AC – (amniotic, abdominal) circumference abdominal
EDC – estimated date of (cesarean, confinement) confinement
LGA – large for (gestational, genetic) age gestational
VBAC – vaginal birth after (cesarean, confinement) cesarean
MSAFP – maternal serum (after, alpha) fetoprotein alpha
FL – (femur, fetal) length femur
EFW – (exact, estimated) fetal weight estimated
HC – (head, heart) circumference head
SAB – _____ abortion spontaneous
G – _____ gravida
BPD – biparietal _____ diameter
ROM – rupture of _____ membrane
D&C – _____ and curettage dilatation
P – _____ para
TVH – total _____ hysterectomy vaginal
PID – pelvic _____ disease inflammatory
L&D – labor and _____ delivery
IUGR – _____ growth retardation intrauterine
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