ACR appropriateness Criteria® first trimester bleeding.

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Vaginal bleeding is not uncommon in the first trimester of pregnancy. Ultrasound is the foremost modality for evaluating normal development of the gestational sac and embryo and for discriminating the causes of bleeding. While correlation with quantitative βHCG and clinical presentation is essential, sonographic criteria permit diagnosis of failed… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/RUQ.0b013e31829158c2

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@article{Lane2013ACRAC, title={ACR appropriateness Criteria® first trimester bleeding.}, author={Barton F. Lane and Jade Janette Wong-You-Cheong and Marcia C. Javitt and Phyllis Glanc and Douglas L. Brown and Theodore Jay Dubinsky and Mukesh Harisinghani and Robert D. Harris and Nadia Juliet Khati and Donald Mitchell and Pari Vijay Pandharipande and Harpreet K. Pannu and Anne E Podrasky and Thomas D. Shipp and Cary Lynn Siegel and Lynn L. Simpson and Darci J. Wall and Carolyn M. Zelop}, journal={Ultrasound quarterly}, year={2013}, volume={29 2}, pages={91-6} }