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Complications of Pregnancy
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Inflammation of the appendix
A type of elementus insertion of the cord. It occurs when it's not covered with wartons jelly, if it's just in the membrane, when the water breaking will cause it to bleed. You will see a massive hemorrhage in arom or srom.
Laboratory diagnosis for a variant of severe preeclampsia that involves hepatic dysfunction characterized by hemolysis (H), elevated liver enzymes (EL), and low platelet count (LP)
The fetus starts to divide and one of the tissues called a trophoblast - instead of dividing appropriately to form a fetus, it becomes a mass of cancerous tissue. It forms grape-like vesicles. The mom can enlarge and have a high HCG because you are going to have that hormone, but it's not a baby.
When a prenatal infection is suspected similar manifestations are caused. Therefore these tests below are given:
Other (HBV, HIV, West Nile)
In pregnancy, in the placenta, there are several arteries when pregnancy progresses, start to widen to accompany the extra blood volume. With this condition that does not happen. This results in a decrease of placental perfusion and the baby gets hypoxia as a result.
The onset of seizure activity or coma and a woman with preeclampsia who has no history of pre-existing pathology that can result in seizure activity
Complication of pregnancy that involves excessive vomiting, electrolyte imbalances, weight loss, nutritional deficits, & ketonuria
Premature separation of the placenta is the detachment of part or all of the normally implanted placenta from the uterus
A technique of prenatal diagnosis in which amniotic fluid, obtained by aspiration from a needle inserted into the uterus, is analyzed to detect certain genetic and congenital defects in the fetus.
The placenta is implanted in the lower uterine segment such that it completely or partially covers the cervix or is close enough to the cervix to cause bleeding when the cervix dilate or lower uterine segment effaces
The test can indicate if the baby is not receiving enough oxygen because of placental or umbilical cord problems; it can also indicate other types of fetal distress.
Contraction stress test is to identify the jeopardized fetus that was stable at rest that showed evidence of compromise after stress.
Disseminated intervascular coagulation and can lead to HELLP syndrome
Symptoms include spotting of blood but with The cervical os closed and mild uterine cramping.
Noninvasive dynamic assessment of a fetus that is based on acute and chronic markers of fetal disease. Includes AFV, FBMs, fetal movements and fetal tone determined by ultrasound and fetal heart rate reactivity determined by means of the non stress test.
This test can be done earlier than an amnio. 10-13 weeks gestational age. Take a piece of the placenta with a needle to look for genetic defects. Can be done earlier than an amnio.
Failure of the cervix to remain closed until the fetus is mature enough to survivie outside the uterus
Pregnancy specific condition in which hypertension and protein urea developed after 20 weeks of gestation and women who previously had neither condition
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