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A 20-gauge spinal needle is placed through the vagina to assess
whether there is blood in the peritoneal cavity. Which of the following
describes the most dependent part of the peritoneum or pelvis?
A. Vesicouterine fold
B. Pararectal space
C. Paravesical space
D. Rectouterine pouch (of Douglas)
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A 20-gauge spinal needle is placed through the vagina to assess
whether there is blood in the peritoneal cavity. Which of the following
describes the most dependent part of the peritoneum or pelvis?
A. Vesicouterine fold
B. Pararectal space
C. Paravesical space
D. Rectouterine pouch (of Douglas)

D. Rectouterine pouch (of Douglas)
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