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EMQ's For the MRCOG Part 2 in Gynaecology

Dr Prabha Sinha FRCOG, MRCPI
East Sussex Hospitals NS Trust, UK.

Dr M Mishra MS, MRCOG
East Sussex Hospitals NS Trust, UK.

In 2011 the format of the Part 2 MRCOG written examination changed, the number of EMQs increased from 40 to 90. EMQs now make up 40% of overall marks. Therefore it is crucial that a candidate has experience and practice in answering them beforehand. This book is a perfect introduction to the Part 2 MRCOG exam. It is a companion to the earlier publication from the same authors, EMQs FOR MRCOG PART 2 IN Gynaecology. It features 160 questions covering the subject of gynaecology, and is primarily based on guidelines published by the RCOG, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and the most up-to-date research and consensus.

The book contains evidence-based answers, so candidates will find them easy to understand. All the questions are based on real clinical scenarios commonly encountered in day-to-day clinical practice - outpatient clinics, acute admissions from accident and emergency, and labour wards. Full details about the exam itself are available on the RCOG website. This book follows the established format; just choose the most appropriate answer for each question. It is important to read the statements carefully to identify the theme and then select the most relevant and appropriate answer. This book will coach students to answer EMQs effectively. It is a must read for Part 2 MRCOG exam revision.

1. Early Pregnancy Complications, 2. Premenstrual Syndrome, 3. Chronic Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis, 4. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, 5. Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, 6. Contraception, 7. Pre and Post Menopausal Cysts, 8. Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence, 9. Infirtility and Amenorrhorea, 10. Benign and Malignant Disorders, 11. Operative Procedures, 12. Hormone Replacement Therapy, 13. Statistics, 14. Medical Ethics.

ISBN: 9781848290778
Publication: December 2014
Format: Paperback
Price: £25.00 $50.00

*Contains the most up-to-date research and consensus.
*Real clinical scenarios commonly encountered in day-to-day clinical practice.