A form of gestational trophoblastic disease characterized by excessive

A form of gestational trophoblastic disease

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145.A form of gestational trophoblastic disease characterized by excessive trophoblastic proliferation and edema of the villous stroma without excessive local invasion is: A.H. moleB.Invasive moleC. ChoriocarcinomaD.Placental site trophoblastic tumor20
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146.Internal examination in cases of abruption placenta maybe done to determine: 147.In uterine atony, the source of bleeding is the: 148.What maneuver in shoulder dystocia involves flexing the maternal thighs on the abdomen? 149.A woman using the oral contraceptive pills for the first time should be advised to start taking it : A.on day 1 of mensesB.on day 5 of mensesC.on day 7 of mensesD.anytime as long as she is not pregnant 150.Management of choice for procidentia uteri in a 60 year old multiparous patient with marked cystorectocoele: 151.The following are characteristics of Rokitansky syndrome EXCEPT: 152.The following are congenital anomalies of the mullerian duct EXCEPT: 153.The so called psammoma bodies are found in: A.serous cystadenomaB.mucinous cysadenomaC.clear cell carcinomaD.mucinous cystadenoma 154. Abnormal uterine bleeding during the pubertal and perimenarcheal period is due to: 21
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155.Most common cause of vaginal bleeding among postmenopausal women: 156.A woman with postmenopausal bleeding warrants: 157.In Meig’s syndrome, the ovarian newgrowth is a: A. FibromaB.mature teratomaC.immature teratoma D. cystadenoma
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  • vaginal bleeding, Uterus, B. LM, A. Uterine artery

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