ectopic pregnancy


Question Number 1239

the following are true of ectopic pregnancy

a) is more likely when there is a history of pelvic inflammatory disease
b) the incidence of concomitant intra- and extra- uterine pregnancy is about 1:100 following ovulation induction
c) about 20% have no sonographic abnormalities
d) an elevated HCG level in the absence of an intrauterine pregnancy is more likely to be secondary to a HCG-producing tumor than an ectopic pregnancy
e) there is a history of abnormal vaginal bleeding in over 90%

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