JOURNAL ARTICLE

Fetal loss rate after ultrasonically documented cardiac activity between 6 and 14 weeks, menstrual age

L M Hill, D Guzick, J Fries, J Hixson
Journal of Clinical Ultrasound: JCU 1991, 19 (4): 221-3
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The pregnancy outcome of 347 patients with a confirmed, viable intrauterine pregnancy between 6.0 and 14.0 weeks, menstrual age, was determined. The miscarriage rate was 4.2% in a subgroup of patients without vaginal bleeding, as compared with 12.7% in a subgroup with bleeding (chi 2 = 7.4, p less than 0.006). First trimester vaginal bleeding was a significant covariate in the determination of the spontaneous miscarriage rate after fetal cardiac activity has been confirmed.

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