MOH UAE Obs. and Gyn. Course Materials 2022
Online course for 3 months
This package contains :
– 9 Chapters , Each chapter contains 1000 new MCQ for Obstetric and Gynecology specialist exam for MOH Exam – Emirates(ministry of health)updated weekly.
-We have real MCQs from previous exams. not from books.
– Do not miss ! weekly updated questions,
– All questions are corrected by specialist doctor
– All questions are repeated ! with 80-89 % repeated questions.
– No need to study other sources !
– Enough to pass easily.
Questions Samples :
A 25-year-old woman comes to the doctor with vaginal discharge and
vulvar pruritus. Examination shows a thin, malodorous green vaginal
discharge. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Bacterial vaginosis
B. Candida vaginitis
D. Trichomonas vaginalis
1. Trichomonas vaginitis is a sexually transmitted infection that classically presents with yellow-green, malodorous, thin, frothy, and occasionally purulent vaginal discharge.
2. It usually causes pruritus, dysuria, and dyspareunia,though it can be asymptomatic.
3. Wet mount microscopy would show highly motile pear-shaped organisms with 3-5 fragella.
4. Vaginal ph 5.0-6.0.
5. Metronidazole is the treatment of choice and should be prescribed to both the patient and the partner.
A 50-year-old woman is diagnosed with cervical cancer. Which lymph node group would be the first involved in metastatic spread of this disease beyond the cervix and uterus?
A. Common iliac nodes
B. External iliac nodes
C. Paracervical nodes
D. Sacral nodes
The main routes of spread of cervical cancer include vaginal mucosa, myometrium, paracervical lymphatics, and direct extension into the parametrium. The prevalence of lymph node disease correlates with the stage of malignancy. Primary node groups involved in the spread of cervical cancer include the paracervical, parametrial, obturator, hypogastric, external iliac, and sacral nodes, essentially in that order.
Less commonly, there is involvement in the common iliac, inguinal, and para-aortic nodes. In stage I, the pelvic nodes are positive in approximately 15% of cases and the para-aortic nodes in 6%. In stage II, pelvic nodes are positive in 28% of cases and para-aortic nodes in 16%.
In stage III, pelvic nodes are positive in 47% of cases and para-aortic nodes in 28%.
A 33-year-old woman with a history of Pelvic inflammatory disease comes to the office for evaluation of infertility. Which of the following tests is used to identify the structural abnormalities for this patient?
A. Endometrial biopsy
D. Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP)
1. Infertility is usually defined as inability of a couple to conceive after 1 yr of unprotected Intercourse.
2. Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is a radiographic diagnostic study of the uterus and fallopian tubes most commonly used in the evaluation of infertility.
3. Identifying risk factors for tubal disease (e.g., pelvic inflammatory disease) is important when evaluating patients with infertility. Infertility can be caused by the following:
1. Sperm disorders (≥ 35% )
2. Decreased ovarian reserve or ovulatory dysfunction (20%)
3. Tubal dysfunction and pelvic lesions (30%)
4. Abnormal cervical mucus (≤ 5%)
5. Unidentified factors (10%)
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
1. PID is infection of the upper female genital tract: the cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries; abscesses may occur.
2. Common symptoms and signs include lower abdominal pain, cervical discharge, and irregular vaginal bleeding.
3. Long-term complications include infertility, chronic pelvic pain, and ectopic pregnancy.
4. Diagnosis includes PCR of cervical specimens for Neisseria gonorrhoeae and chlamydiae, microscopic examination of cervical discharge (usually), and ultrasonography or laparoscopy (occasionally).
5. Treatment is with antibiotics.