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By Matthew S. Kaufman, Jeane Simmons Holmes, Priti P. Schachel, Latha G. Stead

The obstetrics and gynecology clerkship survival consultant from the publishers of First reduction for the USMLE Step 1

This robust evaluation for the obstetrics and gynecology clerkship presents scientific scholars taking required rotations with a unmarried, concise, high-yield source for excelling at the forums and wards. countless numbers of high-yield evidence in response to the clerkship's middle talents overview every thing scholars want to know for the clerkship. Margin notes spotlight universal examination and "pimp" inquiries to rather aid scholars shine. New to this variation, mini-cases are built-in all through to provide a medical "face" to disorder discussions. 4 new chapters conceal twinning, cervical dysplasia/HPV vaccine, breast illness, and women's health and wellbeing upkeep. a bit of "classifieds" contain scholarship and award possibilities.


  • High-yield but accomplished evaluate of the main crucial subject matters focuses examine
  • NEW built-in mini-cases upload scientific relevance and get ready scholars for questions they are going to see at the examination
  • Includes four NEW chapters
  • Exam counsel and wards assistance support scholars shine at the shelf examination and provoke attendings
  • Written by means of scholars who aced the clerkship and in accordance with the clerkship's center abilities
  • Edited and reviewed by means of ob/gyn college

Content you must excel at the clerkship:
part I. counsel for the Ob/Gyn Clerkship; part II. High-Yield evidence in Obstetrics; common Anatomy, analysis of being pregnant, body structure of being pregnant, Antepartum, Intrapartum, Postpartum, health conditions in being pregnant, problems of being pregnant, Infections in being pregnant, Twins, Abortions and Fetal loss of life, Ectopic being pregnant, part III. High-Yield proof in Gynecology; birth control, Menstruation, Premenstrual Syndrome/Premenstrual Dysphoric affliction, Infertility, Amenorrhea, Hyperandrogenism, Hyperprolactemia/Galactorrhea, irregular Uterine Bleeding, Pelvic soreness, Endometriosis/Adenomyosis, Cervical Dysplasia/HPV Vaccine, Cervical melanoma, Endometrial melanoma, Ovarian melanoma, Vulvar Dysplasia and melanoma, Vulvar Dystrophies, Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia, Sexually Transmitted Infections/Vaginitis, Breast ailment, Womens’ overall healthiness upkeep, Menopause, Pelvic rest, Urinary Incontinence, part IV. categorized, possibilities for clinical scholars, websites of Interest

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As long as anti-D titers remain low, there is little risk of fetal anemia. Antepartum F E TA L I M A G I N G Anti-D titers of ≥ 1:16 require amniocentesis and analysis of amniotic fluid (bilirubin). Ultrasound Ⅲ Ⅲ Intrauterine pregnancy seen via vaginal ultrasound (US) when betahCG > 1,500 Intrauterine pregnancy seen via abdominal US when beta-hCG > 6,000 Amniocentesis Amniocentesis is the most extensively used fetal sampling technique and is typically performed at 15 weeks’ GA when the amniotic fluid is 200 mL.

After T1, the placenta is the major source of circulating estradiol. Estriol Source: Ⅲ Placenta Ⅲ Continued production is dependent on the presence of a living fetus. In women with threatened T1 abortions, estradiol concentrations are abnormally low for gestational age. During T3, low estradiol levels are associated with poor obstetrical outcomes. Progesterone Source: Ⅲ Corpus luteum before 6 weeks’ gestational age Ⅲ Thereafter, the placenta produces progesterone from circulating maternal low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol.

This can be vertex (head first) or breech (buttocks first). 4% of term or near term births) PRESENTATION/PRESENTING PART THE FETAL SKULL The top of the fetal skull is composed of five bones: two frontal, two parietal, and one occipital. The anterior fontanel lies where the two frontal and two parietal meet, and the posterior fontanel lies where the two parietal meet the occipital bone. FETAL POSITIONS Position refers to the relation of the presenting part to the right (R) or left (L) side of the birth canal and its direction anteriorly (A), transversely (T), or posteriorly (P).

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