Articles - Obstétrique

Rodgerson JD.; Plummer D.; Heegaard W.; Hicks J.; Sterner S.; Clinton JE.
Emergency department right upper quadrant ultrasound reduces time to diagnosis and treatment of ruptured ectopic pregnancies
Acad Emerg Med
1999
6(5):540
Counselman FL.; Shaar GS.; Heller RA.; King DK.
Quantitative B-hCG levels less than 1000 mIU/mL in patients with ectopic pregnancy: pelvic ultrasound still useful
J Emerg Med
1998 Sep-Oct
16(5):699-703
UI: 98423862
Valley VT.; Mateer JR.; Aiman EJ.; Thoma ME.; Phelan MB.
Serum progesterone and endovaginal sonography by emergency physicians in the evaluation of ectopic pregnancy
Acad Emerg Med
1998 Apr
5(4):309-13
UI: 98220662
Burgher SW.; Tandy TK.; Dawdy MR.
Transvaginal ultrasonography by emergency physicians decreases patient time in the emergency department
Acad Emerg Med
1998 Aug
5(8):802-7
UI: 98380974
Wong TW.; Lau CC.; Yeung A.; Lo L.; Tai CM.
Efficacy of transabdominal ultrasound examination in the diagnosis of early pregnancy complications in an emergency department
J Accid Emerg Med
1998 May
15(3):155-8
UI: 98301046
Dart R.; Howard K.
Subclassification of indeterminate pelvic ultrasonograms: stratifying the risk of ectopic pregnancy
Acad Emerg Med
1998 Apr
5(4):313-9
UI: 98220663
Dart RG.; Mitchell PM.
Does the identification of echogenic material within the endometrial cavity by transvaginal ultrasound exclude the diagnosis of a normal intrauterine pregnancy
Acad Emerg Med
1998
5(5): 407
Phelan MB., et al.
Pelvic ultrasonography
Emerg Med Clin North Am
1997 Nov
15(4):789-824
UI: 98052982
Dart R.; Kaplan B.; Ortiz L.; Cloherty J.; Lavoie T.
Normal intrauterine pregnancy is unlikely in emergency department patients with either menstrual days > 38 days or beta-hCG > 3,000 mIU/mL, but without a gestational sac on ultrasonography
Acad Emerg Med
1997 Oct
4(10):967-71
UI: 97473786
Shih CH.
Effect of emergency physician-performed pelvic sonography on length of stay in the emergency department
Ann Emerg Med
1997 Mar
29(3):348-51; discussion 352
UI: 97208831
Durham B.; Lane B.; Burbridge L.; Balasubramaniam S.
Pelvic ultrasound performed by emergency physicians for the detection of ectopic pregnancy in complicated first-trimester pregnancies
Ann Emerg Med
1997 Mar
29(3):338-47
UI: 97208830
Burgher S.; Tandy TK.; Dawdy MR.
Transvaginal ultrasonography by emergency physicians decreases patient time in the emergency department
Acad Emerg Med
1997
4(5):393
Dart RG.; Howard K.
Subclassification of indeterminate ultrasonographic readings: does it identify high-risk patients
Acad Emerg Med
1997
4(5):393
Krubel R.; Freedman D.; Bursch B.
ffects of transvaginal sonography on pregnant patients' perceptions of care in the ED
Am J Emerg Med
1996 Mar
14(2):232-3
UI: 96173180
Mateer JR.; Valley VT.; Aiman EJ.; Phelan MB.; Thoma ME.; Kefer MP.
Outcome analysis of a protocol including bedside endovaginal sonography in patients at risk for ectopic pregnancy
Ann Emerg Med
1996 Mar
27(3):283-9
UI: 96178187
Kaplan BC.; Dart RG.; Moskos M.; Kuligowska E.; Chun B.; Adel Hamid M.; Northern K.; Schmidt J.; Kharwadkar A.
Ectopic pregnancy: prospective study with improved diagnostic accuracy [Comment in: Ann Emerg Med 1997 Feb;29(2):295-6]
Ann Emerg Med
1996 Jul
28(1):10-7
UI: 96266183
Dewitz; Chin WA.
Limited pelvic transabdominal ultrasonography by emergency physicians in patients at risk for ectopic pregnancy
Acad Emerg Med
1996
3(5):546
Mateer JR.; Aiman EJ.; Brown MH.; Olson DW.
Ultrasonographic examination by emergency physicians of patients at risk for ectopic pregnancy
Acad Emerg Med
1995 Oct
2(10):867-73
UI: 96099842
Brennan DF.
Ectopic pregnancy--Part II: Diagnostic procedures and imaging
Acad Emerg Med
1995 Dec
2(12):1090-7
UI: 96159106
Maliha WE.; Gonella P.; Degnan EJ.
Ruptured interstitial pregnancy presenting as an intrauterine pregnancy by ultrasound [Comment in: Ann Emerg Med 1992 Jul;21(7):894]
Ann Emerg Med
1991 Aug
20(8):910-2
UI: 91307154
Abbott J.; Emmans LS.; Lowenstein SR.
Ectopic pregnancy: ten common pitfalls in diagnosis
Am J Emerg Med
1990 Nov
8(6):515-22
UI: 91025234