OBG Quiz

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OBG Quiz

Practice-1

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Preterm rupture of the membranes is most defined as spontaneous rupture at any time prior to which of the following?

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In the uterus of a normal female infant, what is the size relationship of the cervix, isthmus, and fundus?

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Which method is the most sensitive test to confirm the rupture of membranes?

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At 24 weeks of gestation where you feel the uterine fundus?

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The female clitoris is homologous to which of the male body part?

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What is the peak level of hCG in the maternal circulation and at which gestational age?

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Which one of them is NOT a feature of a normal pregnancy?

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During normal delivery, the fetus must pass through the maternal true pelvis. Which one is the most accurate to describe the characteristics of the true pelvis?

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What is the maximum normal time for the second stage of labour in a primigravida?"

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At delivery, a perineal laceration tore through the skin of the fourchette, vaginal mucous membrane, and the fascia and perineal muscles of the perineal body but not the anal sphincter or mucosa, which type of laceration is this?

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OBG Quiz 2

Practice-2

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Which of the following nutrients is most likely to be deficient during pregnancy?

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A patient is measuring size larger than the gestational age at her visit at 24 weeks. The best method to safely and reliably diagnose twins is by which of the following?

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The most worrisome sign or symptom of potentially serious pathology in late pregnancy is which of the following?

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Surfactant is formed in which of the following?

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In the fetal circulation, the highest oxygen content occurs in which of the following?

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Oxygenated blood from the umbilical vein enters the fetal circulation via which of the following?

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Which is the path of the maternal blood flow?

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The time at which cardiac output is highest is during which phase?

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Which hormones are produced by the corpus luteum?

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Which of the following gametes is released from the graafian follicle during ovulation?

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OBG Quiz 3

Practice-3

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In a cephalic presentation, the position is determined by the relationship of which fetal part to the mother’s pelvis?

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The relation of the fetal parts to one another determines which of the following?

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In the normal labor, the pressure produced by uterine contractions is greatest at which of the following times?

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What is the maximum normal time for the second stage of labour in a primigravida?

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Preterm rupture of the membranes is defined as spontaneous rupture at any time prior to which of the following?

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If blood must be given without adequate cross-matching, what is the best type to use?

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A patient sustained a laceration of the perineum during delivery. It involved the muscles of the perineal body but not the anal sphincter, laceration would be classified under?

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Before and during a menstrual cycle, several follicles begin to grow. What is the ultimate fate of most of these follicles?

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The decidual layer is divided into several parts during pregnancy. The remaining layer can be damaged with a curettage for retained placenta. Which of the following is the part that should remain?

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Immediately after the completion of a normal labor and delivery, the uterus should be ?

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OBG Quiz 4

Practice-4

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The fetal blood is separated from syncytiotrophoblast with all except

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Human placenta is best described as-

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The major contribution of the amniotic fluid after 20 weeks of gestation is –

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All of the following changes are seen in pregnancy except-

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The following changes occur in urinary system in pregnancy except-

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The term “placental sign” denotes-

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Best method of induction of labour in hydramnios-

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Hydatidiform mole is principally a disease of –

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Commonly used grading for abruption placenta

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All of the following are used in the treatment of postpartum haemorrhage except-

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OBG Quiz 5

Practice-5

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Anti-D prophylaxis should be given in all of the following conditions except-

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Which does not cross placenta?

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Antimalarial to be avoided in pregnancy-

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A woman comes with postdated pregnancy at 42 weeks. The initial evaluation would be-

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Not True about intrauterine fetal death (IUD)-

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After coming head of breech will have difficulty in delivery in all of the following conditions except-

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All of the following statements are true for episiotomy except-

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Hydrocephalus is best detected antenately by-

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Karyotyping of fetus can be done through all of the following invasive methods except-

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In multiple pregnancy, fetal reduction is done by

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