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1)- Which anti-epileptic drug causes hepatotoxicity & blood dyscrasias?CorrectIncorrect
2)- Complication of ACE inhibitors in pregnancy?CorrectIncorrect
3)- Patient with chronic hypertension having SGA fetus. Cause?CorrectIncorrect
- Comparing betamethasone with dexamethasone, what is the benefit or decreased risk with betamethasone?
- At which level of MgSO4, toxicity occurs?
6)- Painful mobile nodule in breast under areola. How will you investigate?CorrectIncorrect
7.Patient with secondary infertility got her laproscopy done which showed tubal blockade with segmental dilatation of tube & everted fimbrial end along with bad adhesions. She had H/O weight loss & low grade fever since 6 months. Causative organism?CorrectIncorrect
- A pregnant patient developed vesicular rash on abdomen with periumbilical sparing, palm and soles excluding leg along with pruritis. All investigations are normal. Most likely diagnosis?
9)- Patient with group B streptococcus +ve but no symptoms. How will you manage?CorrectIncorrect
10.Primigravida with type II decelerations in 2nd stage of labour. Cause?CorrectIncorrect
- Patient came at 32 wks with moderate polyhydramnios & abdominal pain. O/E she had palpable uterine contractions, 0s=closed. What will you give her?
12.Primigravida at 38 wks came in labour, fully dilated for 02 hours. On pelvic examination vertex at station +1, membranes absent, caput seen and moulding also there , right occipitoanterior position. CTG shows decreased variability with late decels. What to do?CorrectIncorrect
13.Patient with twin pregnancy came in labour. Twin A delivered with tight cord around neck, when clamped & cut, twin B started having bradycardia. What is the possible reason?CorrectIncorrect
14.G2P1 with previous C-section 02 yrs back due to transverse lie, now came with frank breech, EFBW=3.5 kg, liqor adequate. She had adequate pelvis. How will you manage?CorrectIncorrect
- Patient came at 6 wks of gestation with pulmonary HTN. What will you plan further?
- Patient in labour with mitral stenosis developed hypotension & tachycardia. Which vasopressor drug will you give?
17.Patient at 38 wks, HIV +ve with viral load < 50 copies/ml and ruptured membranes. On pelvic examination Os=3cm, cervix central with medium consistency. How will you manage?CorrectIncorrect
18.Patient came at 33 wks with itching all over the body & raised LFTs. Best treatment for her?CorrectIncorrect
19.Risk of herpes zoster infection to the baby is maximum at what time ?CorrectIncorrect
20.A 34-year-old para 2 woman with two previous normal deliveries comes in spontaneous labour at 40 weeks’ gestation. She was low risk and was found to be in established labour at 6 cm cervical dilatation with intact membranes. A few hours after this examination, she had spontaneous rupture of membranes, fully dilated cervix and a brow presentation. What is the diameter of the presenting part?CorrectIncorrect
21.What is the risk of umbilical cord prolapse in breech presentation?CorrectIncorrect
22.A nulliparous woman at 40 + 2 gestation was admitted in spontaneous labour and progressed satisfactorily to full dilatation 2 hours ago. On reassessment there is no change in the descent with the vertex at −1 station, the position is occipitoanterior with absent membranes, no caput or moulding. Epidural is effective, contractions are three in 10 minutes and the CTG is normal. What is the most appropriate management?CorrectIncorrect
23.In order t o increase the detection rate for Down syndrome in the first trimester, you may also offer your patient which of the following tests in addition to the NT measurement?CorrectIncorrect
24.A 41-year-old woman had a baby with Down syndrome 10 years ago. She is anxious to know the chromosome status of fetus in her current pregnancy. She is currently at 8 weeks of gestation. Which of the following tests will provide the most rapid and reliable diagnosis of Down syndrome?CorrectIncorrect
25-Which of the following describes best the risk of structural abnormalities in all pregnancies?CorrectIncorrect
26.Risk of transmission of infection followed by amniocentesis isCorrectIncorrect