Quiz May 2015

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Name: Year 

1) The incidence of a unicornuate uterus with a rudimentary horn is __.
a) 1/100,000
b) 1/200,000
c) 1/300,000
d) 1/400,000

2) __ is not useful in the diagnosis of mullerian anomalies.
a) ultrasonography
b) computed tomography
c) angiography
d) magnetic resonance imaging

3) Lippes’ loop was introduced as the IUCD, under National Family Welfare Programme in __ .
a) 1963
b) 1965
c) 1967
d) 1969

4) Copper T 200B has __ mg of copper, wound around the vertical limb.
a) 120
b) 150
c) 170
d) 200

5) The incidence of Hydrocele of canal of Nuck is __ % in children.
a) 1
b) 1.5
c) 2
d) 2.5

6) The standard recommended treatment for Hydrocele of canal of Nuck is __ .
a) observation for spontaneous resolution
b) tapping
c) tapping followed by injection of a sclerosant
d)  excision of the hydrocele sac and high ligation of the canal of Nuck

7) Benign cystic lesions of the vagina cannot be __ .
a) of embryological origin
b) from ectopic tissue
c) of infective origin
d) urological abnormalities

8) Tubal gestational choriocarcinoma is found in only __ % of gestational trophoblastic disease.
a) 0.54
b) 0.76
c) 0.97
d) 1.05

9) The features of tubal gestational choriocarcinoa do not include  __ .
a) vaginal bleeding
b) pain in abdomen
c) vomiting
d) an adnexal mass

10)  __ can discriminate between tubal gestational and non-gestational choriocarcinoma..
a) polymerase chain reaction
b) genotyping and DNA polymorphism analysis
c) computed tomography
d) PET scan

11) Mucinous cystadenomas of an ovary more often occur in the age group __ .
a) 10-30
b) 20-40
c) 30-50
d) 40-60
12) Mucinous cystadenomas account for __ % of ovarian tumors.
a) 15
b) 20
c) 25
d) 30

13) Takayasu’s aortoarteritis is most common in __ .
a) children
b) adolescent girls
c) young reproductive women
d) postmenopausal women

14) The  clinical   features of Takayasu’s aortoarteritis are due to  __  .
a) ischemia due to stenosis of the involved  arteries
b) features of underlying disease
c) acute inflammation of arteries
d) aneurysms compressing adjacent nerves

15) Complications of Takayasu’s aortoarteritis do not include __ .
a) intrauterine fetal growth restriction
b) fetal death
c) fetal malformations
d) rupture of the aneurysm

16) The risk of aortic dissection in Takayasu’s aortoarteritis is mainly during the __ .
a) first trimester
b) second trimester
c) third trimester
d) puerperium

17) A __ hysterectomy is the preferred approach for benign pathology of the uterus.
a) vaginal
b) abdominal
c) laparoscopic
d) andominovaginal

18) Difficulties encountered during opening uterovesical peritoneal pouch whole performing a vaginal hysterectomy may lead to all of the following except __ .
a) dissection into the uterine cervix
b) dissection into the urinary bladder
c) dissection into the broad ligament
d) dissection into the rectum

19) Cervical atresia in presence of a functioning uterus leads to development of __.
a) hematocolpos
b) hematocervix
c) hematometra
d) pyometra

20) Complications of cervical atresia do not include __.
a) hematometra
b) hematosalpinx
c) endometriosis
d) adenomyosis

Answers to Quiz April 2015
1-c, 2-d, 3-a, 4-a, 5-c, 6-c, 7-b, 8-d, 9-d, 10-a, 11-c, 12-c, 13-d, 14-c, 15-d, 16-d, 17-d, 18-d, 19-d, 20-b.