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Answer to a 32 year-old nulliparous woman has had Type I diabetes since age 18.

Answers Question 1 Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis Answer D ndash Diabetic ketoacidosis Question 2 Which type of fluid should be administered initially to this patient Answer A ndash Normal saline Summary This patient has an anion gap metabolic acidosis consistent with diabetic...

August 2015

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CREOG Quiz #351

tdborder1px solid 000padding0 5px 0 5px A 32 yearold nulliparous woman has had Type I diabetes since age 18 She is treated with twicedaily doses of intermediate and regular insulin She is now at 12w1d and she presents to the Emergency Department for evaluation of severe nausea and vomiting associa...

August 2015

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Answer to a 27 year old woman, P1011, requested evaluation in the ED because of diffuse lower abdominal pain which was greater on the right then the left.

Question Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in management of this patient Answer A ndash Transvaginal ultrasound Summary The patient has a malpositioned IUD a complication that occurs in approximately 10 of patients who use this method of contraception However the precise loc...

August 2015

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CREOG Quiz Items by Subject

General 17 53 67 125nbsp126nbsp280nbsp Primary Care 14 26 27 43 44 64 67 114 153 Gynecology 4 14 26 27 29 30 37 39 46 48 52 61 64 76 79 80 81 87 92 104 105 115 116 120 122 125 126 127 130 131 132 133 136 138 139 140 143 144 145 146 154 155 156 157 159 160 164 167 170 174 175 177 178 180 183 184 18...

August 2015

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CREOG Quiz #352

A 27 year old woman P1011 requested evaluation in the ED because of diffuse lower abdominal pain which was greater on the right then the left Peritoneal signs were not present and the pelvic examination was unremarkable The patient had had a Paragard R IUD in place for the last 4 years However the...

August 2015

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CREOG Quiz #350

A 42yearold woman G3P1011 at 20 weekrsquos gestation had an ultrasound examination at an outside facility that showed an area of cystic dilation within the fetal abdomen At the referral center the amniotic fluid volume was normal and the fetal bladder was normal in size and appearance The photogra...

August 2015

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Answer to a 42-year-old woman, G3P1011, at 20 week’s gestation had an ultrasound examination at an outside facility that showed an area of cystic dilation within the fetal abdomen.

Answers Question 1 Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis Answer C ndash Jejunal atresia Question 2 What is the most appropriate next step in the management of this patient Answer C ndash Assessment of fetal karyotype Summary The ultrasound of the fetal abdomen shows a prominent stoma...

August 2015

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CREOG Clearinghouse

This is the CREOG Clearinghouse Hotline for ObGyn residency positions The following information has been updated on Wednesday August 12 2015 All positions are available immediately unless otherwise indicated PGY 1 POSITIONS ARE NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS MOMENT nbsp PGY 2 POSITIONS AVAILABLE Virginia T...

August 2015

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2016 CREOG Education Retreat

Wow You Really Plan Ahead The 2016 Education Retreat is scheduled on July 28 ndash 29 2016 at the Ritz Carlton in Washington DC nbsp The registration and hotel reservation information isnrsquot ready just yet We promise more information is coming soon nbsp Should you need further assistance please...

August 2015

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CREOG Quiz #345

A 26 yearold primigravid woman at 20 weeks gestation had an ultrasound examination to assess fetal anatomy The foreams of the baby are shown below Each hand had four carpal bones but the thumbs were not present No other abnormalities were identified Of note in both the mother and maternal grandmot...

August 2015

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