Ob/Gyn 10 (Ultrasound Ob/Gyn Exam Sample Questions)

Ob/Gyn

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Question 1
The decidua parietalis (that lines the uterine cavity) and decidua capsularis (lines the gestational sac) are seen as two concentric rings surrounding an anechoic gestational sac. What do these represent?
A
Blighted ovum
B
Amnion/Chorion
C
Early placenta
D
Double Decidual Sac Sign
Question 1 Explanation: 
The decidual reaction or double sac sign are seen on an early pregnancy. Where the two adhere (the decidua basalis) is the site of future placental formation.
Question 2
The removal of the fallopian tubes and the ovaries.
A
Total Hysterectomy
B
Partial Hysterectomy
C
Bilateral Salpingoophorectomy
D
Total Oopherectomy
Question 3
What is an infection of the myometrium called.
A
Myometritis
B
Endometriosis
C
Salpingitis
D
Leiomioma
Question 4
The Triangular area at the floor of the bladder is called what?
A
Treble
B
Peritoneum
C
Trigone
D
Bare area
Question 5
This condition is when functioning Endometrial tissue is found outside of the uterus.
A
Adenomyosis
B
Endometriosis
C
Endometrial Hyperplasia
D
Salpingitis
Question 6
What is the sonographic appearence of a monoamniotic-monochorinoic pregnancy?
A
Contained within one chorionic sac, 2 amnions, 2 yolk sacs, 2 embryos.
B
1 Gestational sa, 1 yolk sac and 1 embryo.
C
Single gestational sac, 1 amniotic membrane, may contain 1 or 2 yolk sacs, and 2 embryos within the single amniotic membrane.
D
Each gestational sac has an INDIVIDUAL yolk sac, amniotic membrane and embryo.
Question 7
What is the sonographic appearence of a monochorionic-diamniotic pregnancy?
A
Each gestational sac has an INDIVIDUAL yolk sac, amniotic membrane and embryo.
B
Contained within one chorionic sac, 2 amnions, 2 yolk sacs, 2 embryos.
C
Single chorionic sac, yolk sac and amnion are shared by both embryos.
D
Single gestational sac, 1 amniotic membrane, may contain 1 or 2 yolk sacs, and 2 embryos within the single amniotic membrane.
Question 8
Which group of adnexal tumors is associated with elevated alpha-fetoprotien and hCG levels? Usually unilateral.
A
Fibroma
B
Ovarian Adenocarcinoma
C
Germ Cell Tumors
D
Tubo-Ovarian Abcess (TOA)
Question 9
A uterus that is tipped backwards.
A
Anteflexed
B
Retroflexed
C
Anteverted
D
Retroverted
Question 9 Explanation: 
Retroverted is merely tilted backwards as opposed to Retroflexed which is curved backwards.
Question 10
Which of these is a rare uterine abnormality?
  • Uterine Leiomyosarcoma
  • Leiomyoma
  • Pedunculated Fibroid
  • Adenomyoma
A
Uterine Leiomyosarcoma
B
Pedunculated Fibroid
C
Adenomyoma
D
Leiomyoma
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