By David Luesley, Philip N Baker, Jeremy Brockelsby
This quantity of guidance true/false MCQs and brief solution questions is meant for use by means of the trainee obstetrician and gynaecologist as a self-assessment reduction all through education and through revision for the MRCOG exam, particularly half 2. Questions were rigorously designed to check either theoretical and sensible wisdom, and are consultant of the curricular parts highlighted in the RCOG trainee logbook
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It is defined as ‘unlawful sexual intercourse by a woman with a man, by force, fear or fraud’. B. Rape victims should be examined by specialist forensic medical examiners. C. Fifty per cent of rape victims have major non-genital injuries. D. Genital photographs should be taken by a photographer of a different gender. E. Post-exposure HIV prophylaxis should be continued for 3 months. 4, Rape and rape counselling. 175. With regard to vulval lichen sclerosus: A. Histological diagnosis is mandatory.
Kallmann’s syndrome. E. Asherman’s syndrome. See Chapter 55, Amenorrhoea and oligomenorrhoea. 154. The following are likely diagnoses in a 16-year-old female with primary amenorrhoea but normal development of the breasts and external genitalia. A. Turner’s syndrome. B. Complete androgen insensitivity syndrome. C. Uterine agenesis. D. Kallmann’s syndrome. E. Hyperprolactinaemia. See Chapter 55, Amenorrhoea and oligomenorrhoea. 155. Gonadectomy is indicated because of the risk of malignancy in women with primary amenorrhoea and the following conditions: A.
B. Androstenedione is the main ovarian androgen. C. Androstenedione and DHEA do not have androgenic activity. D. DHEAS is almost exclusively of adrenal origin. E. Androstenedione and DHEA are converted to testosterone in peripheral tissues. See Chapter 54, Hirsutism and virilism. 150. When a 30-year-old woman presents with rapidly progressive hirsutism and virilization: A. Ovarian hilus cell tumour is a possible diagnosis. B. Ovarian granulosa theca cell tumour is a likely diagnosis. C. A tumour of the adrenal medulla is a possible cause.
MCQs & Short Answer Questions for MRCOG: An aid to revision and self-assessment by David Luesley, Philip N Baker, Jeremy Brockelsby