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Answer to a 28 year old, previously healthy, primigravid woman at 35 weeks who presented for evaluation of severe epigastric tenderness (pain level = 6/10) and pelvic cramping that began suddenly when her aunt gave her a "bear hug" at a baby shower.

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February 2012

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Answer to a 29 year old primigravid woman at 39 weeks gestation who is admitted to the hospital in labor.

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March 2012

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Answer to a 29 year old woman, G2P1001 at 22 weeks gestation had an ultrasound examination to assess fetal anatomy, and the findings shown in the illustrations were noted.

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September 2011

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Answer to a 29 year old woman, now G1 P0101, delivered at 34 weeks gestation. She had no prenatal care.

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April 2012

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Answer to a 30 year old woman G4P0030 with chronic hypertension, moderate obesity, and a poorly defined "thyroid disorder".

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October 2007

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Answer to a 30 year-old healthy primigravid woman at 21 weeks gestation was referred for an ultrasound examination at a tertiary care facility.

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September 2014

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Answer to a 30 year-old primigravid woman at 20 weeks gestation had an ultrasound examination to screen for fetal anatomic abnormalities.

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June 2015

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Answer to a 30-year-old woman, G2P0101, at 30 weeks gestation, who had an ultrasound examination for evaluation of fetal growth and development.

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August 2011

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Answer to a 31 year old woman, G3P2002, at 32 weeks gestation with a history of two prior cesarean deliveries.

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September 2014

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Answer to a 31-year-old primigravid woman at 20 weeks' gestation had an ultrasound examination to assess fetal anatomy.

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September 2011

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