Part 1 MRCOG Revision Notes and Sample SBAs

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This concise yet comprehensive guide is focused on the curriculum and current exam style of the MRCOG Part 1 examination. It integrates clinical knowledge with basic science, providing readers with a deeper understanding of pathophysiology of medical disorders in obstetrics and gynaecology. The lead editor is a member of the Part 1 Examination Committee and her insights are skilfully woven into the book's revision notes, sample Single Best Answer (SBA) question and answer explanations, and tips on exam technique. The book encourages a structured thought process to develop, making it easier for clinicians to make differential diagnoses and conduct relevant investigations and treatment plans. The focus on basic sciences also endows readers with the ability to develop research ideas and evaluate findings. Featuring easy-to-read text, highlighted key points, colour illustrations, and plenty of practice papers, this succinct guide is essential preparation reading for trainee obstetricians and gynaecologists taking the challenging Part 1 MRCOG exam.

  • Comprehensive coverage of the vast Part 1 MRCOG syllabus guides readers in preparing for the exam in a structured manner
  • Easily readable text, bullet points and colour illustrations help students to retain knowledge
  • Practice papers allow self-assessment and focused preparation on weaker sections


    Table of contents

    Section 1. Anatomy
    1. Surgical anatomy of the female pelvis and abdominal wall
    2. Anatomy of the breast
    3. Anatomy of the pelvis in obstetrics
    4. Anatomy daption to puberty, pregnancy and menopause
    5. Anatomy of the endocrine glands: Hypothryoid, pituitary
    6. Structural changes in the newborn
    7. Male and female reproductive tract and the mullerina anomalies
    8. Functional anatomy of the pelvic floor, kidney and the urinary tract
    9. Fetal and meternal x-rays, ultrasound and MRI
    Section 2. Embryology
    10. Gametes and fertilisation
    11. Early fetal embryology and placental development
    12. Fetal development
    Section 3. Physiology
    13. Female physiology
    14. Male physiology 15. Fetal physiology 16. Physiology of pregnancy and labour
    17. Physiology of wound healing
    Section 4. Genetics
    18. Cell structure and function
    19. Structure of chromosomes and genes
    20. Genomics and gene regulation
    Section 5. Endocrinology
    21. Mechanism of action of hormones
    22. Hypothalamus and pituitary
    23. Puberty
    24. Premature ovarian failure
    25. Polycystic ovarian syndrome
    26. Menopause
    27. Thyroid and parathyriod
    28. Adrenals
    29. Hyperemesis gravidarum
    Section 6. Biochemistry
    30. Biochemistry in surgical conditions
    31. Hormones
    32. Vitamins and minerals
    33. Placental transfer
    34. Acid base balance
    35. Cell cycle
    36. Carbohydrate, protein and lipid metabolism
    37. Enzymes and signal transduction
    Section 7. Pathology
    38. Pathology of clinical sepsis
    39. Histopathology of female organs including pituitary and hypothalamus
    40. Placental site implantation
    41. Teratogenesis
    42. Pathological conditions relted to uterus, tubes and ovaries
    43. Gynaecological cancers including cervical cytology 44. Pathophysiology of pain
    45. Pathology of bladder, urethra and vagina
    Section 8. Clinical management and data interpretation
    46. History and physical examination in gynaecology and obstetrics
    47. Fraser and gillick competence
    48. Fluid and electrolyte balance
    49. Coagulation
    50. Surgical complications and infections
    51. Common disorders of pregnancy
    52. Management of labour
    53. Operative delivery and perineal repair
    54. Urogynaecology, fertility, early pregnancy complications
    55. Benign conditions of the genital tract
    56. Cancer screening in gynaecology
    57. Malignancy and premalignancy of the genital tract
    58. Abdominal incisions, sutures, diathermy
    59. Data interpretation
    Section 9.. Pharmacology
    60. Pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics
    61. Anitbiotic prophylaxis
    62. Drugs used in obstetrics and post partum haemorrhage
    63. Pain relief in labour and puerperum
    64. Contraception and drugs used in gynaecology
    65. Teratogenesis
    Section 10. Microbiology
    66. Infections in pregnancy and fetal impact of maternal infection
    67. Human papilloma virus and other viral infections
    68. Puerperal sepsis and surgical site infections
    Section11. Immunology
    69. Principles of reproductive immunology
    70. Immunology of pregnancy and miscarriage
    Section 12. Biophysics
    71. Principles of ECG, USG and doppler, x-rays and MRI, CTsan,nuclear medicine
    72. Principles and safe use of laser and electrosurgery
    Section 13. Epidemiology and statistics
    73. Statistical methods used in clinical research
    74. Principles of screening
    75. Understanding the audit cycle
    76. Definition of maternal morality, perinatal and neonatal morality.

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Rok wydania 2020
Format 246 x 189
Autor Neelanjana Mukhopadhaya
Wydanie 1
ISBN 9781108714082
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