Question 5 of 10

An 18-month-old infant is transferred to you from an outside hospital for abdominal distension and vaginal bleeding. Her medical and birth history is otherwise unremarkable. On exam, you note breast buds, a distended but nontender abdomen, normal female external genitalia, and minimal vaginal spotting. Abdominal ultrasound reveals a 6 cm cystic and solid adnexal mass. Which of the following is most likely elevated?

A Alpha-fetoprotein
BCancer antigen 125 (CA 125)
D Lactase dehydrogenase

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