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OTHER MNEMONICS not in TRIADS, TETRADS and PENTADS

OBGYN
1. AFP Increase: Differential in Pregnancy
a. IMSAFP
i. Intestinal Obstruction
ii. Multiple Gestation/Miscalculation of Gestation age/
Myeloschisis
iii. Spina bifida (cystica)
iv. Anencephaly/ Abdominal Wall Defects (omphalocele,
Gastroschisis)
v. Fetal Death
vi. Placental Abruption
b. or SPAM GOOF
i. Spina Bifida
ii. Placental abruption
iii. Anencephaly
iv. Multiple Gestation/Miscalculation of age/Myeloschisis
v. Gastroschisis
vi. Omphalocele
vii. Obstruction -intestinal
viii. Fetal Death
2. Normal NUMBERS-Vaginal pH, gestational period, oocytes,
menstrual cycles
a. 4 = Normal vaginal pH
b. 40 = Weeks in normal gestation period
c. 400 = Oocytes released between menarche and
menopause
d. 400,000 oocytes present at puberty
e. 28 = days in normal menstrual cycle
f. 280 days (from LMP) in a normal gestational period
3. Ovarian Cancer (RFs)
a. Blue FILM
i. Breast Cancer
ii. Fam Hx
iii. Infertility
iv. Low Parity
v. Mumps
4. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID): causes, effects
a. PID CAN be EPIC
1. Causes
ii. Chlamdyia
iii. Actinomycetes

iv. Neisseria gonorrhea


1. Effects
v. Ectopic
vi. Pregnancy
vii. Infertility
viii. Chronic Pain
5. PID: Complications
a. I FACE PID
i. Infertility
ii. Fitz-Hugh- Curtis Syndrome
iii. Abscesses
iv. Chronic Pelvic Pain
v. Ectopic Pregnancy
vi. Peritonitis
vii. Intestinal Obstruction
viii. Disseminated: sepsis, endocarditis, arthritis,
meningitis
6. Criteria for Hospitalization for PID
a. GU PAP
i. GI Sx
ii. Uncertain Diagnosis
iii. Peritonitis
iv. Abscess
v. Pregnancy
7. Post-partum hemorrhage (PPH): causes
a. 4 Ts
i. Tissue (retained placenta)
ii. Tone (uterine atony)
iii. Trauma (traumatic delivery, episiotomy)
iv. Thrombin (coagulation disorders, DIC)
8. Spontaneous Abortion: Definition
a. Its less than 20 letters (Its exactly 19 letters)
i. Spontaneous abortion is defined as delivery or loss of
products of conception at less than 20 weeks
gestation.
9. Premenopausal Metrorrhagia: Pretty PINC metro
a. P-Polyps
b. I- Increased Estrogen
c. N-Neoplasia
d. C-Contraceptive
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Differential Dx of Menorrhagia
a. LACCE PC
i. Leiomyoma
ii. Adenomyosis
iii. Cervical Cancer

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iv. Coagulopathy
v. Endometrial
1. Hyperplasia
2. Polyps
3. Cancer
Contraindications to Tocolysis
BAD CHU
i. Severe Bleeding from any cause
ii. Severe Abruptio Placenta
iii. Fetal Death/life incompatible anomaly
iv. Chorioamnionitis
v. Severe pregnancy induced HTN
vi. Unstable maternal hemodynamics
Increta
Invades
Percreta
Penetrates
Partial vs. Complete Mole (DNA Male Derived?
Complete Mole
i. DNA = Complete -Male Derived
Partial Mole
i. DNA = Partially -Male Derived
Grape Like Vessels
Hydatidiform Mole