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Written Webinar Archive - Dec. 18, 2013 Urogynecology Exam

By drwall
February 18, 2014

To listen to the Urogynecology exam - Questions 1-16 from Dec. 18, 2013 Click on the link below or paste to your browser - it will take you to the go to webinar server -  then enter your email - it will automatically take you to the recording. Current Recorded Webinar: (Archived by Denise Mcsherry, ... read more


Daily Exam Question - Feb. 18, 2014

By drwall
February 18, 2014

Which of the following is the most common acute complication of radical vulvectomy and lymph node dissection? A. Stress incontinence B. Wound breakdown C. Lymphocyst D. lymphedema E. Necrotizing fasciitis Answer: B B Operative morbity and mortality for radical vulvectomy and b/l inguinal lymphadenectomy wound breakdown >50% Gyn Onc, Bereck 4th Ed. Pg. 562... read more


Daily Exam Question - Feb. 17, 2014

By drwall
February 17, 2014

Which of the following is least likely indicative of CP in the neonate? A. Apgar 1 at 4 minutes B. Cord Pa02 at 29% C. Spastic quadriplegia D. Apgar of 2 at 5 minutes E. Base Deficit of -16 Answer: B Criteria to Define an Acute Intrapartum Hypoxic Event as Sufficient to Cause Cerebral Palsy ... read more


Daily Exam Question - Feb. 12, 2014 - GYN

By drwall
February 12, 2014

The best treatment of a cervical pregnancy at 7 weeks gestation in a hemodynamically stable patient is: A. Hysterectomy B. Uterine artery embolization C. D&C D. Methotrexate E. Hypogastric artery Ligation Telinde’s 10th Edition Chp 34- Ectopic Pregnancy. Answer: D For most Hemodynamically stable women with a first trimester cervical pregnancy non surgical management with ... read more


Daily Exam Question - Feb. 11, 2014 - Genetics

By drwall
February 11, 2014

A Couple whose child has an autosomal recessive disease has what percent recurrence risk with each conception? A. 10% B. 25% C. 75% D. 100% Answer: B  - Technology Assessment Number 11, February 2014 The carrier of a gene that causes an autosomal recessive disease usually is recognized after  the birth of an affected child, ... read more


Register to listen to a "Live" Oral Webinar - Feb. 17, 2014 8:00 pm EST

By drwall
February 11, 2014

Click on the link below are paste to your browser to listen to a live Oral Webinar Feb. 17, 2014 at 8:00 pm EST Oral Webinar - password: drwallsexams Mon, Feb 17, 2014 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EST If you are having technical tissues signing on the webinar, please call 1-800-263-6317 ... read more


Register to Listen to a "Live" Written Webinar Feb. 17, 2014

By drwall
February 11, 2014

Click or paste to your browser the link below to register for a Live  Written Webinar Monday Feb. 17, 2014 Written Webinar - Password: drwallsexams Mon, Feb 17, 2014 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM EST Your computer may have to download the gotowebinar program. If you are having tech issues please call1-800-263-6317 ... read more


Daily Exam Question - Feb. 10, 2014 - OB

By drwall
February 10, 2014

The most common manifestation of congenital rubella is: A. Intracranial calcification B. Intrauterine growth restriction C. Sensorineural hearing loss D. Microcephaly E. Patent Ductus Answer: B  Pg. 1127, Gabbe 6th Ed. The most common manifestation of congenital rubella infection is growth restriction. Sensorineural hearing loss is the most common single defect associated with CRS, affecting ... read more


Exam Question of the Day - Feb. 7, 2014

By drwall
February 7, 2014

One of the late complications following sacrospinous ligament fixation is: A.Anterior vaginal wall prolapse B. Uterine prolapse C. Dyspareunia D. Medial thigh pain E. Enterocoele Answer: A - Anterior vaginal wall prolapse Pg 915 Telindes Operative Gyn 10 th ed. The overall results from sslf have been good. In 1997 Karram reviewed the literature on ... read more


Daily Exam Question - Feb. 6, 2014

By drwall
February 7, 2014

A newborn is noted with ambiguous genitalia and no palpable gonads. What is the most likely Karotype? A. 46XX B. 46XY C. 47 XXY D. 47 XYY Answer: A Speroff 7th Edition pg.330-338 The severe form of CAH is the most common cause of sexual ambiguity in the newborn. The more attenuated (mild) block of 21-OHase ... read more


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