By Chinmayee Ratha, Janesh Gupta
This publication is a accomplished number of questions within the “single top resolution (SBA)” structure for the MRCOG2 idea examination. This new layout has been brought within the examination paper from March 2015 and so much applicants are nonetheless being used to the switch. This ebook will supply them plentiful chance to familiarize themselves with the idea that after which perform answering the questions in line with just about all matters incorporated within the MRCOG 2 concept syllabus.
Preparing for the MRCOG2 examination is a frightening job for all Obstetrics and Gynecology medical professionals. the school regularly reforms the examination constitution so that it will optimize the review procedure. The activity of the authors is to equip the applicants with a imaginative and prescient of the holistic nature of the examination in order that they grasp the paintings of answering SBA questions.
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Both passive and active immunisation are warranted to prevent perinatal transmission. B. Interferon therapy if possible is the treatment of choice in pregnancy. C. Tenofovir should be immediately stopped. D. The risk of perinatal transmission in her case is more than 20 %. E. There is high chance of immunisation failure due to her viral load. MMD44 Which of the following is true regarding Cushing’s syndrome in pregnancy? A. Distal myopathy is a distinguishing feature from signs and symptoms of pregnancy.
1–5 % 5–10 % 10–20 % 20–40 % 45–90 % MMD49 It is important to optimise pre-pregnancy health in a woman with sickle cell disease. You have advised many blood tests and systemic evaluations to a 29-year-old woman with sickle cell disease to help determine her pre-pregnancy health status. She is asking you for a clarification regarding the exact ‘eye test’ you have advised. It is most likely to be: A. B. C. D. E. Cataract screening Corneal opacity screening Glaucoma screening Retinal screening Visual acuity screening MMD50 All of the following statements about thalassemia syndromes are true except: A.
ANC35 A 17-year-old college student has discovered that she is pregnant possibly because she was irregular with the COCPs she was taking for the last year. By her dates, she is expected to be 9 weeks pregnant. She plans to complete her education and settle down with her partner after few years. She is however not willing to terminate the pregnancy due to strong religious beliefs and would like to book for antenatal care. Which of the following will not be appropriate in your counselling? A. Advise screening for sexually transmitted infections.