Images Genevieve Carbonatto 10 week gestational pregnancy presenting with PV spotting. Heterozygous twins on ED ultrasound exam. No previous scans. Transverse scan through uterus below. 2 gestational sacs visible containing each one intrauterine fetal pole. Longitudinal scan through uterus Fetal heart beat visible twin 1 Fetal heart beat visible twin 2 CRL twin 1 and Read more about Twins, 2 gestational sacs, 10 weeks[…]
Images Sarah Vaughan (Emergency Registrar) Text Genevieve Carbonatto A young 30 year old lady is brought in by ambulance with acute onset severe lower abdominal pain. The first thing you want to exclude is a ruptured ectopic. On arrival she is pale and looks shocked. She says she had a positive pregnancy test 2 days Read more about Ectopic pregnancy[…]
Images Genevieve Carbonatto 13 weeks by dates. 7 hours of PV bleeding with clots associated with lower abdominal back pain. Uterus empty. Mixed echogenicity in open os.
Images Genevieve Carbonatto 10 week pregnant patient. intermittent vaginal bleeding for 2 days. Hypoechoic areas are subchorionic haemorrhages. Arrows outlining subchorionic bleed Embryo, vitelline duct and yolk sac visible An active heart beat is visible M mode shows heart rate to be 185 bpm
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto Longitudinal scan of uterus. Gestational sac in lower uterine cavity. Incomplete miscarriage Transverse view of uterus .Intrauterine gestational sac. No clear fetal pole, no Hb, no yolk sac. Because of the inferior quality of transabdominal ultrasound compared to transvaginal ultrasound, all early pregnancy transabdominal scans performed in emergency should have a formal Read more about Incomplete miscarriage 10 weeks[…]
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto Anteverted uterus, intrauterine gestational sac. Fetal pole, HB present Yolk sac, 0.71 cm CRL 2.25 cm
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto A small gestational sac is visible in the right adnexa with a visible yolk sac. The uterus is empty. There is hyperechoic blood, (clot) behind the uterus. The uterus is empty. There is hyperechoic blood, (clot) behind the uterus in the Pouch of Douglas. Difficult to differentiate from uterus because of similar Read more about Ruptured right ectopic, 7 weeks[…]