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Exam Title : Infections, Pelvic pain, Endometriosis, Prolapse, Vulval, Cervical, breast, Uterine tumors, Ovarian, Trophoblastic disease and Urogynaecology

Number Of Question : 33
Question #1: A 35 year old female P3 + 0 is observed to have CIN grade III on colposcopic biopsy. When of the following would be the best initial management
Question #2: Which of the following statements about partial mole is false
Usually associated with Trioploidy
Rarely Causes Persistant Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia
Usually present as Missed Abortions
Can be reliably diagnosed by USG in early gestation
Question #3: All of the following mechanisms might account for a reduce risk of upper genital tract infection in users of progestin-releasing IUDs, except
Reduced retrograde menstruation
Decreased ovulation
Thickened cervical mucus
Decidual changes in the endometrium
Question #4: All of the following are uses for screening of cancers in females except:
CA-125: Ovarian cancer
Mammography: Breast Cancer
Pap smear: Cervical cancer
Endometrial aspirate: Endometrial carcinoma
Question #5: A patient is diagnosed with ovarian cancer and planned for staging lapratomy. Surgical staging would involve all of the following except
Peritoneal washings
Peritoneal biopsy
Omental resection
Palpation of organs