Accuracy of Clinical Diagnostic Methods of Threatened Abortion

@article{Yip2003AccuracyOC,
  title={Accuracy of Clinical Diagnostic Methods of Threatened Abortion},
  author={Shing Kai Yip and Daljit Singh Sahota and Lai Ping Cheung and Peggo K. W. Lam and Christopher John Haines and Tony Kwok-Hung Chung},
  journal={Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation},
  year={2003},
  volume={56},
  pages={38 - 42}
}
Objective: To examine the accuracy of clinical diagnostic methods in assessing vaginal bleeding in pregnant women before 28 weeks’ gestation. Methods: 772 consecutive women who presented with threatened abortion before 28 weeks’ gestation were studied. Structured history and physical examination were performed on each woman as initial clinical assessment. This was followed by transvaginal sonography to determine the status of pregnancy. The accuracy of diagnoses at different clinical stages… 
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