Anembryonic pregnancy in the exam
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Getting a film with anembryonic pregnancy in the radiology fellowship examination is one of the many exam set-pieces that the candidate must be prepared for.
The cervix is long and closed. Both ovaries are normal with no adnexal mass or free fluid. This is a failed intrauterine pregnancy. It is my routine practice to inform the patient and the referring doctor.
- anembryonic pregnancy
- viva examination