inevitable abortion


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inevitable abortion

[i′nev·əd·ə·bəl ə′bȯr·shən]
(medicine)
An abortion that has progressed to a stage where termination of the pregnancy cannot be avoided.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Women with a missed, incomplete, or inevitable abortion can be offered the choice of expectant management, medication, or uterine aspiration.
Rest 36 cases misdiagnosed clinically were-12 cases of complete abortion, 4 cases of incomplete abortion, 1 case of inevitable abortion, 11 cases of missed abortion and 7 cases were blighted ovum, and 1 Vesicular mole diagnosed on pelvic ultrasonography.
of Cases Percentage Blighted Ovum 16 15.24 Threatened Abortion 05 4.67 Missed Abortion 39 37.14 Inevitable Abortion 04 3.81 Incomplete Abortion 33 31.42 Complete Abortion 08 7.62 Total 150 100.00 Table 5: Condition presenting with bleeding per vagina in first Trimester Condition No.