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MRCOG PART 2 SBAs and EMQs
MRCOG Part 2, MRCOG 2

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T Dr Paul: Posted by Zarghoona T.
Fri Feb 1, 2008 04:18 am
Hi
Q 12 Module 39( cause of death): A 23 y old woman with severe pre-eclampsia has had an emergency CS at 32/40 gestation because of IUGR . She became hypotesive and tachycardic and was returned to theater where 2 L blood was evacuated from abdo and hysterectomy was performed.3 days later she developed sudden onset severe chest pain and breathlessness and died despite resuscitation.
A:PE
in explanation thromboembolism + PE with other causes mentioned.
But correct answer is given (thromboembolism).
explanation is : sudden onset chest pain following major surgery in pregnancy = PE until proven otherwise. I am confused what is the correct answer?
Posted by PAUL A.
Sat Feb 9, 2008 09:57 pm
You have 2 options: pulmonary embolism or thrombo-embolism. You have to decide which one is more correct. A pulmonary embolus does not have to be a thrombus - it could be air, fat, amniotic fluid, foreign body or a thrombus. So thrombo-embolism is the more correct answer.