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Obstetrics & Gynecology

Answer 4
  1. Enlarged fetal bladder. Enlarged fetal bladder is not a finding of fetal hydrops on obstetric ultrasound. Ultrasound plays a pivotal role in the management of Rh alloimmunization. All of the choices are signs of significant disease. Scalp edema, abdominal ascites, and pericardial and pleural effusion are ominous signs for a fetus affected by Rh alloimmunization.

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