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1.The role of the sentinel lymph node mapping is most established in this gynaecological malignancy:CorrectIncorrect
- Untreated VIN (vulva intraepithelial neoplasia) may progress to carcinoma of vulva in:
3.Flat-topped violaceous purpuric plaques on the vulva are characteristic of:CorrectIncorrect
- Lichen sclerosus commonly presents in the following age group:
- What percentage of patients in dedicated vulval cancers present with Lichen sclerosus?
- The recommended first line of treatment in Lichen sclerosus is:
7 A 65-year-old woman complaining of severe itching is diagnosed with Vulval intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN) 3 on biopsy. What is the first line of management?CorrectIncorrect
8 A 65-year-old woman presents with a history of vulval discomfort and soreness for 6 months. On examination, there is 2.5 cm raised ulcerated area on the left labia majora which looks highly suspicious of vulval cancer. What is the first line of investigation?CorrectIncorrect
9. Vulval cancers account for 6% of gynaecological cancers in the United Kingdom. In 2009, a new FIGO staging was introduced with greater emphasis on the inguino-femoral lymph node status to understand prognosis. What is the FIGO stage for a woman who has a 3cm vulval cancer involving the anus with metastases in 2 lymph nodesCorrectIncorrect
- Recently, the prevalence of HPV-related VIN has increased significantly and consequently the incidence of vulval cancer in young women is rising. What are the most common HPV serotypes found in vulval cancers?