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Monday, January 18, 2016
Hold It Up
This ultrasound is from a G4P2 woman presenting with transverse lie. The infant is 32 weeks gestation with low birth weight. The patient had spontaneous rupture of membranes just half an hour ago. You are called emergently by the obstetrical nurse because of a sudden, severe, prolonged fetal bradycardia. On manual examination, you make the diagnosis.
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