O&G ~ Extended Matching

Question 1.

Options List

A.) Dysfunctional uterine bleeding

B.) Fitz-Hugh Curtis syndrome

C.) Leiomyoma

D.) Menopause

E.) Normal menstruation

F.) Ovarian torsion

G.) Pelvic inflammatory syndrome

H.) Tubo-ovarian abscess

 

Lead-in Statement

For each patient presentation select the most likely diagnosis

 

Stems

  1. A 37 year old woman with known ovarian cysts presents with acute onset of severe right sided pelvic pain. She afebrile and tender in the lower RIF region. On PV exam she is exquisitely tender in the right adnexa.

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Answer: F

 

  1. A 28 year old woman presents with worsening pelvic pain for the last 3 days and offensive vaginal discharge. She is febrile and mildly tender in the lower abdomen. On PV exam she is extremely tender over a mass felt in the left adnexa.

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Answer: H

 

  1. A 32 year old woman presents with anaemia, menorrhagia and dysmenorrhoea. She has had this pattern of bleeding for the last 4 cycles. On exam she has a bulky asymmetrical uterus.

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Answer: C

 

  1. A 25 year old woman presents with pelvic pain for the last 3 days and offensive vaginal discharge. She now has RUQ pain and is tender both in the RQU and the lower abdomen.

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Answer: B

 

Author: J Haire

Ref: Tintinalli p. 674-6


 

Question 2.

Option List

A.) Bullous Pemphigoid

B.) Cradle cap

C.) Eczema

D.) Impetigo

E.) Measles

F.) Psoriasis

G.) Rubella

H.) Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome

 I.) Stevens Johnson Syndrome

J.) Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

K.) Urticaria

L.) Varicella

 

Lead-in Statement

For each picture select the most appropriate diagnosis.

 

Stems

1.

O&G Pix1 EM

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Answer: L

 

2.

O&G Pix2 EM

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Answer: F

 

3.

O&G Pix3 EM

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Answer: K

4.

O&G Pix4 EM

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Answer: C

 

Author: J Haire

Ref: Tintinalli p. 1653-69

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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