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2nd Edition

OSCEs for the MRCOG Part 2: A Self-Assessment Guide
A Self-Assessment Guide

ISBN 9781444121841
Published December 29, 2011 by CRC Press
288 Pages

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Book Description

OSCEs for the MRCOG Part 2 is a thorough and practical self-assessment guide that will prove invaluable as you prepare for your MRCOG Part 2 oral examination.

  • Based on the latest changes to the MRCOG syllabus
  • Written by MRCOG examiners
  • Ideal for revision and cramming, with marking schemes provided for you to work through

OSCEs for the MRCOG Part 2 is designed to fully prepare you for your OSCE. This new edition will concentrate your theoretical and practical knowledge of obstetrics and gynaecology as recommended in the syllabus for the MRCOG Part 2 examination.

Table of Contents

Review Stations
Gynaecology history
Early pregnancy problem-management
Prioritization on delivery suite
Surgical skills - placenta praevia
Communication skills - ectopic mismanagement
Premenstrual syndrome
Breaking bad news - anencephaly
Infertility - case notes
Candidate's instructions
Obstetric history

Circuit A

Breaking bad news
Preoperative ward round
Obstetric history and management
Management problem - gynaecology
Prenatal counselling
Obstetric emergency - uterine inversion
Operating list - prioritization
Emergency contraception
Intermenstrual bleeding

Circuit B

Labour ward prioritization
Abdominal pain - premature labour
Urinary incontinence
Prioritization of GP letters
Operative - Caesarean section
Abnormal smear
CTG abnormality
Interactive viva
Ectopic pregnancy - explain laparoscopy
Breech delivery

Circuit C

Medical ethics and law
Shoulder dystocia
Ovarian cancer
Intraoperative complication - Debriefing a patient
Postpartum haemorrhage
Obstetric history with travel
Secondary Amenorrhoea
Twin pregnancy
Molar pregnancy - counselling with result
Results interpretation

Circuit D

Breaking bad news - Down's Syndrome
Pregancy case
Antepartum haemorrhage
Clinical governance
Fertility issues
Management of ectopic pregnancy
Secondary Amenorrhoea
Postoperative pelvic abscess
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

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Tony Hollingworth is Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Whipps Cross University Hospital Trust,  London, UK.

Janice Rymer
is Professor of Gynaecology, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust and Dean of Undergraduate Medicine, King's College, London, UK.