Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
All EXCEPT which of the following definitions of abnormal uterine bleeding are true?
a. Metrorrhagia describes intermenstrual bleeding.
b. Oligomenorrhea refers to cycles with intervals shorter than 35 days.
c. Hypomenorrhea refers to menses with diminished flow or shortened interval.
d. Menorrhagia is defined as prolonged or heavy cyclic menstruation, with menses lasting longer than 7 days or exceeding 80 mL of blood loss.
All EXCEPT which of the following tools are clinically useful to estimate menstrual blood loss?
b. Hemoglobin and hematocrit
c. Pictorial blood assessment chart
d. Sodium hydroxide extraction of hemoglobin
The most common etiologies of bleeding have been correctly paired with their age demographic in all EXCEPT which of the following?
d. Menopause—endometrial carcinoma
Which of the following mechanisms are responsible for control of blood loss during menses?
c. Vasoconstriction of endometrial arteries
Which of the following may be reasonably considered in the evaluation of postcoital vaginal bleeding?
Which of the following clinical findings may be associated with abnormal uterine bleeding?
Which laboratory criteria listed below is consistent with iron-deficiency anemia?