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Q1. What is the most common subtype of vulval lichen planus to cause vulval symptoms?CorrectIncorrect
Q2. A 40-year-old woman complains of burning and stinging in the vulva. There is no clinically identifiable neurological condition and there are no relevant visible findings.
What is the most likely clinical diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect
Q3. A women diagnosed with localised unprovoked vulvodynia has had no relief from her symptoms despite practising good vulval care and using topical treatments which included lidocaine oint- ment and gabapentin.
What is the next line of management?CorrectIncorrect
Q4. Community-based surveys indicate that about one-fifth of women have significant vulval symptoms. Symptoms and signs of vulval skin disorders are common and include pruritus, pain and changes in skin colour and texture. What is the most common vulval disorder seen in a hospital set- ting?CorrectIncorrect
Q5. Lichen sclerosus accounts for at least 25% of the women seen in dedicated vulval clinics, with estimates of incidence quoted as 1 in 300 to 1 in 1000 of all patients referred to dermatology departments. What is the pathognomonic histologic feature of lichen sclerosus?CorrectIncorrect
Q6. A 60-year-old woman presents with vulval itching with no relief with scratching. On examination the skin appears fragile, with well demarcated white plaques. There is no involvement of the vagina or the oral mucosa. What is the most likely diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect
Q7. A woman with biopsy-proven lichen sclerosus is not responding to topical ultra-potent steroids. What is the second line of treatment?CorrectIncorrect
Q8. . Ms. XY is 64 years old, postmenopausal. Her recent TV ultrasound scan reveals the presence of a 4 cm right ovarian cyst. The cyst is multiloculated and shows the presence of a solid area. There is no free fluid. The left ovary is normal. Her CA125 is 70 u/ml. She has been explained of her RMI results. What is her RMI score based on the information provided?CorrectIncorrect
Q9. You perform a transvaginal ultrasound scan on a 56-year-old woman who has a unilateral ovarian cyst. Which of the following is a suspicious feature?CorrectIncorrect
Q10. Ms. XY is 64 years old and is postmenopausal. She has recently been diagnosed with a 4 cm ovarian cyst on a transabdominal scan. The scan could not identify the other ovary as the bowel obscured it. The scan was being undertaken for suspected gallstones with the cyst being an incidental finding. Ms. XY is very anxious that this may represent ovarian cancer. Which of the following investigations are best suited to her to further investigate the ovarian cyst?CorrectIncorrect
Q11. Ms. XY is 64 years old, postmenopausal. Her recent TV ultrasound scan reveals the presence of a 4 cm right ovarian cyst. The cyst shows anechoic fluid with no solid areas. There is no free fluid. The left ovary is normal. Her CA125 is 5 u/ml. Which of the following treatment options are best suited to her?CorrectIncorrect
Q12. Ms. XY is 64 years old, postmenopausal. Her recent TV ultrasound scan reveals the presence of a 4 cm right ovarian cyst. The cyst is multiloculated and shows the presence of a solid area. There is no free fluid. The left ovary is normal. Her CA125 is 50 u/ml. She has been explained of her RMI results (450). Which of the following treatment options are best suited to her?CorrectIncorrect
Q13. What is the risk of cancer RMI scores of less than 25 ——, between 25 and 250 —–,and greater than 250 —— respectively, based on historical validation data.CorrectIncorrect
Q14. The risk of malignancy in these studies of simple cysts that are less than 5 cm, unilateral, unilocular and echo-free with no solid parts or papillary formations is less than 1%.In addition, a study reported that more than 50% of these simple cysts might resolve spontaneously within —– months.CorrectIncorrect