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Question 1: Transvaginal ________ examination is usually able to detect a cervical pregnancy.
AcousticsUltrasoundMedical ultrasonographyLiver

Question 2: The presence of a positive pregnancy test virtually rules out pelvic infection as it is rare indeed to find pregnancy with an active ________ (PID).
CervicitisVaginitisEndometritisPelvic inflammatory disease

Question 3: For this reason hCG levels may have to be monitored after removal of an ectopic to assure their decline, also ________ can be given at the time of surgery prophyllactically.
MethotrexateTemsirolimusEverolimusChemotherapy

Question 4:
In a typical ectopic pregnancy, the ________ does not reach the uterus, but instead adheres to the lining of the Fallopian tube.
FertilisationPrenatal developmentEmbryoEmbryogenesis

Question 5: Fertility following ectopic pregnancy depends upon several factors, the most important of which is a prior history of ________.
Female infertilityVulvovaginal healthInfertilityReproductive system disease

Question 6: [5] Women exposed to ________ (DES) in utero (aka "DES Daughters") also have an elevated risk of ectopic pregnancy, up to 3 times the risk of unexposed women[citation needed].
EstradiolMifepristoneTestosteroneDiethylstilbestrol

Question 7: Hair-like ________ located on the internal surface of the Fallopian tubes carry the fertilized egg to the uterus.
GlycosomeCiliumFlagellumMicronucleus

Question 8: Successful pregnancies have been reported from ruptured ________ continuing by the placenta implanting on abdominal organs or on the outside of the uterus.
MiscarriageEctopic pregnancyBreech birthHydatidiform mole

Question 9: ________ can predispose to ectopic pregnancy.
Tubal ligationIUD with progestogenEssureAbortion

Question 10: In a normal ________, the fertilized egg enters the uterus and settles into the uterine lining where it has plenty of room to divide and grow.
PregnancyReproductive medicineSexual intercoursePrenatal development
















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