Ob/Gyn 20 (Ultrasound Ob/Gyn Exam Sample Questions)

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Question 1
The Ovum, Reporoductive cell hormones, Estrogen and Progesterone are all produced in what?
A
The Endometrium
B
The Uterus
C
The Ovaries
D
The Pituitary
Question 2
What should be considered an abnormal measurement of the lateral ventricle from 16 weeks gestation until birth of the fetus?
A
10mm
B
\(\displaystyle{7mm}\)
C
\(\displaystyle{8mm}\)
D
\(\displaystyle{9mm}\)
Question 3
When the Rhombencephalon divides into 2 segments the Metencephalon (Cephalic portion) and the Myelencephalon (Caudal component) what is formed?
A
The Hind Brain
B
The 3rd and 4th ventricle
C
The Cerebellum
D
The Choroid Plexus
Question 4
This denotes inflammation of the Fallopian tube.
A
Pyosalpinx
B
Hydrosalpinx
C
Oopheritis
D
Salpingitis
Question 5
Stein-Leventhal Syndrome is also known by what name?
A
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
B
Turner's Syndrome
C
Polycystic ovarian disease
D
Endometriosis
Question 5 Explanation: 
The classic signs are amenorrhea, infertility, hirsutism, and enlarged polycystic ovaries. Many women did not show all signs so Stein-Leventhal Syndrome became a subgroup of the larger and more general term Polycystic ovarian disease.
Question 6
What is the symptom for a pt with an endometrioma.
A
Asymptomatic
B
Heavy periods
C
Painful intercourse
D
Painful periods
Question 7
Which is not one of  the 3 primary brain vesicles?
A
Mesencephalon
B
Prosencephalon
C
Rhombencephalon
D
Ponsencephalon
Question 8
What is the Sonographic appearence of copper 7 IUD?
A
Shaped like a T.
B
On ultrasound it appears as a line but physically is shaped like a 7. Cross member is sonolucent.
C
Shaped like an L. Upside down 7.
D
Shaped like a 7.
Question 8 Explanation: 
The copper wire is spiraled around a vertical shaft.
Question 9
Which benign adnexal cyst is seen most frequently in association with gestational trophoblastic disease?
A
Hydrosalpinx
B
Theca-Lutein Cysts
C
Polycystic Ovarian disorder
D
Chocolate cysts
Question 10
A uterus that is tipped backwards.
A
Retroverted
B
Anteverted
C
Retroflexed
D
Anteflexed
Question 10 Explanation: 
Retroverted is merely tilted backwards as opposed to Retroflexed which is curved backwards.
Question 11
What is the interventional ultrasound method used for a deep pelvic abscess?
A
Transabdominal drainage
B
Transvaginal drainage
C
What is the interventional ultrasound method used for a deep pelvic abscess?
D
Percutaneous drainage
Question 12
The corpus luteum produces... 
A
\(\displaystyle{HcG}\)
B
Progesterone
C
\(\displaystyle{FSH}\)
D
\(\displaystyle{Estrogen}\)
Question 12 Explanation: 
This is the hormone that tells your body not to have a menstrual cycle.
Question 13
The removal of the uterus and cervix (ovaries and fallopian tubes are left)
A
Total Oopherectomy
B
Total Hysterectomy
C
Partial Hysterectomy
D
Bilateral Salpingoophorectomy
Question 14
The duration of pregnancy can be calculated from what date?
A
Last day of prior menstrual period
B
Date of Conception
C
First day of last Menstrual Period
D
14 days from Conception
Question 15
Name the specific location that endometriosis is found.
A
Endometriomas can be found in almost any area of the body.
B
Ovaries
C
Endometrium
D
Uterus
Question 15 Explanation: 
Endometriosis is a condition in which bits of the tissue similar to the lining of the uterus (endometrium) grow in other parts of the body.
Question 16
What is the sonographic appearence of a monochorionic-diamniotic pregnancy?
A
Single chorionic sac, yolk sac and amnion are shared by both embryos.
B
Single gestational sac, 1 amniotic membrane, may contain 1 or 2 yolk sacs, and 2 embryos within the single amniotic membrane.
C
Each gestational sac has an INDIVIDUAL yolk sac, amniotic membrane and embryo.
D
Contained within one chorionic sac, 2 amnions, 2 yolk sacs, 2 embryos.
Question 17
What is responsible for the release of an egg?
A
Follicular cyst
B
Graafian Follicle
C
Pituitary Gland
D
Follicular stimulating hormone
Question 17 Explanation: 
Graafian follicles can also called "mature vesicular follicles", "tertiary vesicular follicles" or "ripe vesicular follicles"
Question 18
Visualizing the amniotic sac is considered normal until how many weeks gestation?
A
\(\displaystyle{13}\)
B
16
C
\(\displaystyle{15}\)
D
\(\displaystyle{14}\)
Question 19
What syndrome describes the effect of the uterine wall sticking together due to the lack of endometrium.
A
Endometrial Hypoplasia
B
Atherman's Syndrome
C
Patau's Syndrome
D
Endometriosis
Question 20
The Triangular area at the floor of the bladder is called what?
A
Treble
B
Peritoneum
C
Bare area
D
Trigone
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  1. sarla shah says:

    good selection of questions