Live intrauterine gestation

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23F 5wks pregnant with fever, left flank pain

Patient Data

Age: 23
Gender: Female

Clinical gestational age: 5 weeks 1 day

Live intrauterine gestation, with a crown rump length of 33 mm, dating at 10 weeks gestation; cardiac activity have been observed. No perigestational hemorrhage seen. The cervix is long and closed. The ovaries are normal in appearance. No pelvic free fluid is identified.

Conclusion Live intrauterine gestation, dating at 10 weeks as per CRL. No ectopic gestational identified.

Case Discussion

This case shows a nice example of a live intrauterine early pregnancy and can show the discrepancy in early pregnancy scanning between the clinical age (5 weeks) and sonographic age (10 weeks). 

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Case information

rID: 26154
Published: 3rd Dec 2013
Last edited: 14th Aug 2019
System: Obstetrics
Inclusion in quiz mode: Included

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