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placnta abruptio premature detachment of placenta from implantation site.
a/w DIC, increased risk with smoking, HTN, cocaine placenta abruptio
painful bleeding in 3rd trimester placenta abruptio
defective decidual layer allows placent to attach to myometrium placenta accreta
massive bleeding after birth placenta accreta
risk factors: prior C section, inflammation, placenta previa placenta accreta
attachment of placenta to lower uterine segment, may occlude internal os placenta previa
painless bleeding in any trimester placenta previa
multiparity and prior C section predispose placenta previa
a pregnant woman at 16 weeks of gestation presents with an atypically lg abdomen and htn. What abnormality might be seen on blood test, and what is the disorder? proteinuria, pre eclampsia
what substance is present in high levels in cases of hydatidiform moles? beta hcG
a 23 year old female who is on rifampin for TB prophylaxis and on birth control gets pregnant. why? Rifampin is a p450 inducer
Created by: kayjames