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Get Through MRCOG Part 2

EMQS, 2nd Edition

By Kalaivani Ramalingam, Latha Mageswari Palanivelu, Lakshmi Thirumalaikumar

CRC Press

128 pages | 10 B/W Illus.

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This book provides those studying for the MRCOG Part 2 examination with welcome practice in answering Extended Matching Questions (EMQs). Updated throughout to map onto the MRCOG syllabus from September 2016, the book is designed to test the candidate's theoretical and practical knowledge of obstetrics and gynaecology. An introductory section on exam techniques is followed by a collection of 41 EMQ themes, split into obsterics and gynaecology. The questions are based on common clinical scenarios and cover a variety of topics. Answers are included after each topic, and these include explanatory material and useful references.

Table of Contents

1 Obstetric EMQs 1. Preconception counselling 2. Management of early pregnancy 3. Infections in pregnancy 4. Antenatal screening I 5. Antenatal screening II 6. Preterm labour/PPROM 7. Postpartum hemorrhage I 8. Postpartum hemorrhage II 9. Acute intrapartum events 10. Maternal collapse I 11. Maternal collapse II 12. Domestic violence 13. Thromboembolism in pregnancy 14. Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy 15. Induction of labour 16. Management of labour 17. Multiple gestation 18. Perineal trauma/ Assisted vaginal delivery 19. Intra uterine fetal demise 20. Psychiatric disease in pregnancy and puerperium 21. Surgical problems/ abdominal pain in pregnancy 22. Impaired glucose metabolism in pregnancy 23. Ante partum hemorrhage / Placenta previa 24. Respiratory diseases in pregnancy 25. Risk management in Obstetrics 26. Intra uterine growth restriction 27. Hematological diseases in pregnancy

2 Obstetric Answers 1. Preconception counselling 2. Management of early pregnancy 3. Infections in pregnancy 4. Antenatal screening I 5. Antenatal screening II 6. Preterm labour/PPROM 7. Postpartum hemorrhage I 8. Postpartum hemorrhage II 9. Acute intrapartum events 10. Maternal collapse I 11. Maternal collapse II 12. Domestic violence 13. Thromboembolism in pregnancy 14. Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy 15. Induction of labour 16. Management of labour 17. Multiple gestation 18. Perineal trauma/ Assisted vaginal delivery 19. Intra uterine fetal demise 20. Psychiatric disease in pregnancy and puerperium 21. Surgical problems/ abdominal pain in pregnancy 22. Impaired glucose metabolism in pregnancy 23. Ante partum hemorrhage / Placenta previa 24. Respiratory diseases in pregnancy 25. Risk management in Obstetrics 26. Intra uterine growth restriction 27. Hematological diseases in pregnancy

3 Gynaecology EMQs 1. Urogynaecology 2. Adolescent Gynaecology 3. Disorders of menstrual bleeding 4. Premenstrual syndrome 5. Subfertility 6. Ectopic pregnancy 7. Management of miscarriage 8. Management of ovarian cysts 9. Abdominal pain 10. Menopausal symptoms 11. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome 12. Female Genital Mutilation 13. Cervical screening I 14. Cervical screening II 15. Cervical screening III 16. Risk of complications in abdominal hysterectomy for benign reasons 17. Risks following repair of obstetric anal sphincter injury 18. Long acting reversible contraception failure

4 Gynaecology Answers 1. Urogynaecology 2. Adolescent Gynaecology 3. Disorders of menstrual bleeding 4. Premenstrual syndrome 5. Subfertility 6. Ectopic pregnancy 7. Management of miscarriage 8. Management of ovarian cysts 9. Abdominal pain 10. Menopausal symptoms 11. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome 12. Female Genital Mutilation 13. Cervical screening I 14. Cervical screening II 15. Cervical screening III 16. Risk of complications in abdominal hysterectomy for benign reasons 17. Risks following repair of obstetric anal sphincter injury 18. Long acting reversible contraception failure

5 Recommended Reading List

About the Authors

Kalaivani Ramalingam, DGO MRCOG is Gynaecologist and Obstetrician at Apollo Hospitals, Chennai, India

Latha Mageswari P., MBBS, DGO, MRCOG(UK), FRCOG(UK), DFFP(UK) is lead clinician at Shree’s Women Specialty Clinic, Chennai, India

Lakshmi Thirumalaikumar, MBBS, is Consultant, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Worcestershire Royal Hospital, Worcester, UK

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MED000000
MEDICAL / General
MED033000
MEDICAL / Gynecology & Obstetrics