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* 1. Heterotopic pregnancy is:

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* 2. What are the chances of another ectopic pregnancy following a previous ectopic pregnancy?

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* 3. Ana,  G1P0 patient, came to the emergency room due to severe abdominal pain. On history, she has amenorrhea of 14 weeks. On physical exam, she has direct and rebound tenderness all over her abdomen. On IE, her culdesac is full. Adnexal area could not be assessed due to severe abdominal guarding. Ultrasound revealed hemoperitoneum with presence of 5 cm left adnexal mass that presents with a ring of fire pattern on color flow; uterine cavity is empty. Pregnancy test is positive. Diagnosis is ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. What is the most likely location of the ectopic pregnancy given the number of weeks of amenorrhea?

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* 4. For question number 3, how will you manage patient Ana?

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* 5. Level of beta HCG that determines the discriminatory zone:

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* 6. Levels of progesterone that rules out the possibility of ectopic pregnancy:

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* 7. Toxic effects of methotrexate treatment may be blunted using this medication:

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* 8. This is a surgical procedure whereby an  incision is made over the fallopian tube to evacuate the ectopic pregnancy, without suturing it close (heal by secondary intention)

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* 9. Set of criteria used to sonographically diagnose ovarian pregnancy

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* 10. Conservative surgical management for ectopic pregnancy if best for tubal pregnancies with size:

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