Best Examination Questions: Obstetrics & Gynaecology – SBAOG Bank Module 1

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The SBAOG Bank Module 1 – Bank 1

Number of SBAs = 30

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 The SBAOG Bank Module 1 – Bank 1

Select the Single Best Answer (SBA)

1. Lymphatic drainage of the vulva include

A. Sacral lymph nodes

B. Para-aortic lymph nodes

C. External iliac lymph nodes

D. Common iliac lymph nodes

E. Obturator lymph nodes

Answer

C. External iliac lymph nodes

2. Lymphatic drainage of the vulva does not include

A. Superficial inguinal lymph nodes

B. Common iliac lymph nodes

C. Deep inguinal lymph nodes

D. External iliac lymph nodes

E. Internal iliac lymph nodes

Answer

B. Common iliac lymph nodes

3. Regarding labia majora the following is correct

A. Is covered with non-keratinised skin

B. The inner surface becomes hairy at puberty

C. Is present in androgen insensitivity syndrome

D. May be absent in congenital adrenal hyperplasia

E. May contain canal of Nuck

Answer

E. May contain canal of Nuck

4. Regarding labia majora the following is correct

A. The posterior commissure is situated 2 cm inside the connecting fold of skin between the posterior ends of labia majora

B. Contains longitudinal muscles derived from the superficial transverse perineal muscles

C. May be present in Klinefelter’s syndrome

D. May be absent in congenital adrenal hyperplasia

E. May be absent in some Somalian women

Answer

E. May be absent in some Somalian women (due to infibulation, one form of genital mutilation)

5. Regarding labia majora the following is incorrect

A. Contains apocrine glands

B. Becomes oedematous readily because of loose underlying connective tissue

C. Contains longitudinal muscles derived from the round ligament

D. May be poorly developed in Down’s syndrome caused by translocation

E. The secretion from the glands emits a characteristic odour of sexual significance

Answer

D. May be poorly developed in Down’s syndrome caused by translocation

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