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MRCOG PART 2 SBAs and EMQs
MRCOG Part 2, MRCOG 2

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Forum >> MCQS ENQUIRY
MCQS ENQUIRY Posted by maha G.
Fri Jan 11, 2008 09:21 pm
Hello prof.,
please I need your answer and explaination of these MCQS from latest exam.as I am not sure about correct answer.
1.Vomiting due to morphine:
a.Can be reduced when morphine is given gradually till reaching steady state.
b.Less frequent with rectal adminsiration.

2.GIFT:
A.IS not suitable for unexplained infertility.
b.More sucess rate with PCO.
C.Contraindicated with history of ectopic pregnancy.

3.Inappropriate laction and 2ry amenorrehea:
a.bitemporal hemianopiain 25%of patients.
b.can occur in anorexia nervosia.
c.methyldopa is recognized cause.

what exactly meant by inappropriate lactation
Posted by PAUL A.
Sun Jan 20, 2008 12:57 am
1.Vomiting due to morphine:
a.Can be reduced when morphine is given gradually till reaching steady state. F - no effect on vomiting
b.Less frequent with rectal adminsiration. F - No effect

2.GIFT:
A.IS not suitable for unexplained infertility. F
b.More sucess rate with PCO. F - Success rate probably lower
C.Contraindicated with history of ectopic pregnancy T - you do not want to transfer into potentially damaged tubes .

3.Inappropriate laction and 2ry amenorrehea:
a.bitemporal hemianopiain 25%of patients. F - see NOTES > INFERTILITY > HYPERPROLACTINAEMIA. ~5%
b.can occur in anorexia nervosia. T - Associated with hyperprolactinaemia
c.methyldopa is recognized cause. T - see notes on HYPERPROLACTINAEMIA

what exactly meant by inappropriate lactation