Get Through MRCOG Part 1: MCQs and EMQs by Rekha Wuntakal, Tony Hollingworth

By Rekha Wuntakal, Tony Hollingworth

Modelled at the present MRCOG syllabus, Get via MRCOG half 1: MCQs and EMQs is designed to check applicants' wisdom of uncomplicated and technologies in obstetrics and gynaecology. 350 MCQs and forty EMQs are awarded, reflecting the extent of hassle and elegance of the particular exam questions

This entire selection of perform questions bargains an invaluable overview of all components of the syllabus, to aid applicants try and examine their wisdom and relief thorough revision in education for the exam day. Written by means of a consultant Registrar and a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and supplemented with priceless explanatory fabric, Get via MRCOG half 1: MCQs and EMQs is the basic revision software for all trainees getting ready for this exam

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Hydrochloric acid and sodium bicarbonate are required for its formation d. Its concentration in red blood cells is maintained by carbonic anhydrase e. The hydrogen ions in carbonic acid are derived from hydrochloric acid 80. The following are buffer bases a. Sodium b. Phosphate c. Haemoglobin d. Plasma proteins e. Bicarbonate 81. Respiratory alkalosis a. Is associated with low PCO2 and a low pH b. Can occur at high altitudes c. Can be induced by hypoventilation d. Can be induced by hyperventilation e.

True 62c. False – it increases respiratory drive during pregnancy. 62d. False – it decreases the mitotic activity. 62e. True 63a. True 63b. True 63c. True 63d. True 63e. True Note Both oestrogens and progesterones are produced by the ovary. Oestrogen stimulates endometrial growth and uterine growth. Both oestrogen and progesterone reduce bowel motility. Progesterone increases the respiratory drive and the body temperature and promotes sodium secretion. 47 © 2010 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 1.

The lateral branches are the inferior phrenic arteries, and renal, ovarian and middle suprarenal arteries. 13a. False 13b. True 13c. False 13d. False 13e. True Note Popliteal fossa It is a diamond-shaped fossa located behind the knee. Superolaterally it is bounded by biceps femoris, superomedially by semimembranosus and semitendinosus and inferiorly by the lateral and medial heads of gastrocnemius. The floor is formed by the popliteal surface of the femur, knee joint capsule and popliteal muscle (superior to inferior).

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