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Daily Test ( 15 sep )

1. A 27-year-old nondiabetic multiparous woman at 39 weeks gestation has had a previously uncomplicated pregnancy. Fundal height and estimates of fetal size have been at the upper limits of normal for several weeks. Today the fundus measures 44 cm from the pubis and you estimate on palpation that the fetus is large. Clinical pelvimetry is normal.

Which one of the following treatment plans is supported by objective clinical evidence-

2. Severe growth retardation is diagnosed in the fetus of a 19-year-old unmarried white female at 36 weeks gestation. The diagnosis is based on biparietal diameter and there is scant amniotic fluid.
Which one of the following is the most appropriate management?

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3. Following a prolonged labor and traumatic delivery, a 5015 gram (11 lb 1 oz) white male infant holds his right arm in an abducted and internally rotated position with extension at the elbow, pronation of the forearm, and flexion of the wrist. Although the grasp reflex is intact, the biceps and brachioradialis reflexes are absent.

The most likely diagnosis is a-

4. Which one of the following is an absolute contraindication to tocolytic treatment for preterm labor?

5. Ultrasonography reveals placenta previa in a 41-year-old asymptomatic gravida 4 para 3 at 21 weeks gestation. Appropriate management would be:

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