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Exam Title : Menorrhagia, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, metrorrhagia, Hormones, Obesity, Hypo & Hypertension

Number Of Question : 28
Question #1: Female with normal pubic and axiillary hair, with primary amenorrhea. Diagnosis
Androgen insensitvity syndrome
Mullerian agenesis
Question #2: A young female with 2 month amenorrhea presents with sudden abdomen pain with adnexal mass, urine pregnancy test is positive. Most likely diagnosis:
Ovarian tumor
Ectopic pregnancy
Pelvic tumor
Ovarian cyst
Question #3: Which of the following statements is incorrect regarding levonorgestrel releasing intrauterine system
There is increased incidence of menorrhagia
This system can be used as hormone replacement therapy
This method is useful for the treatment of endometerial hyperplasia
Irregular uterine bleeding can be problem initially
Question #4: LH surge is principally due to which of the following hormonal changes
Falling FSH levels
Sustained / Marked rise in Estrogen
Rise in Progesterone
Rise in Prostaglandins
Question #5: A 19 years old patient came to the out patient department with complaints of primary amenorrhea. She had well-developed breast and pubic hair. How ever there was absence of vagina and uterus but normal ovaries. Likely diagnosis is
Mullerian agenesis
Gonadal dysgenesis
Klinefelter's syndrome