MCQs   Obstetrics & Gynaecology

About the Obstetrics & Gynaecology category (2)
The clinical significance of postoperative anaemia (1)
True about stage III B endometrial Ca (1)
Most probable cause for beaded appearance of Fallopian tube & club bing of fimbriae on HSG is: (1)
The most common site of ligation in Pomeroys female sterilisation is: (1)
Commonest cause of precocious puberty (1)
Which woman is most likely to have placenta previa at 32 weeks with vaginal bleeding? (1)
The most efficacious treatment of persistent uterine hemorrhage (1)
After she awakes from her seizure and the postictal state (1)
What is the most likely finding upon fundoscopic examination? (1)
Which of the following should you tell her? (1)
The sacroiliac and symphyseal joints and on occasion some instability (1)
This may result in which of the following to aid fetal passage? (1)
You counsel that the quad screen does which of the following? (1)
At 1 year of age, a child has six deciduous teeth, which are discolored and have hypoplasia of the enamel (1)
Which are discolored and have hypoplasia of the enamel (1)
Which of the following statements is true regarding achondroplasia? (1)
The commonest cause of occipito-posterior position of fetal head during labour is: (1)
A case of Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia belongs to high risk group if disease develops after: (1)
All of the following mechanisms might account for a reduce-risk of upper genital tract infection (1)
Who has presented with postmenopausal bleeding: (1)
Which one of the following is the most common problem associated with the use of condom: (1)
Most common genital prolapse is: (1)
All are related to lateral vaginal fornix except: (1)
Uterine bleeding at 12 weeks gestation accompanied by cervical dilation without passage of tissue (1)
An 18-year-old G2P1001 (1)
The expected date of delivery can be estimated by using Naegele rule (1)
A lady with prolapsed uterus after Fothergill's repair will complain of following except: (1)
A 28-year-old female P3, has IInd degree of utero-vaginal prolapse. The management of choice is: (1)
A woman presents with a thick curdy-white vaginal discharge. The best treatment for her is: (1)