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1.A diagnosis of Fowler’s syndrome (FS) is made in a 25-year-old student with polycystic ovary syndrome. What treatment is most effective in restoring voiding in this patient?CorrectIncorrect
2.You suspect that a 20-year-old who presents with urinary retention suffers from Fowler’s syndrome (FS). What test will you perform to confirm the diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect
3. Mrs. Page needs a suprapubic catheter for neurogenic bladder. Which of the following material should the suprapubic catheter be made of to reduce complications?CorrectIncorrect
4. A 67 year old lady is having suprapubic catheterization following a gynaecological surgery. Following is a contraindication for the same:CorrectIncorrect
5. Which of the following statements about urethral diverticulum is true?CorrectIncorrect
6. A 28 year old woman presented with post micturition dribble. Video Urodynamics showed the following:CorrectIncorrect
7) A 35 year old women presents with a history of frequency, urgency, nocturia and occasional suprapubic pain. Urodynamic investigations shows: 1st urge to void at 100 ml. There was no detrusor activity during filling phase and no leakage on coughing. The maximum bladder capacity was 400 ml. Bladder filling was painful. Cystoscopy was normal.What is the likely diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect
8. A 40-year-old woman suffers from dysuria, severe frequency, nocturia and urgency. She also complains of pain or pressure in the suprapubic area. She has been treated with antibiotics for suspected UTI in the past by her GP. On 3 occasions, MSU revealed ‘mixed growth’. She has deep dyspareunia and the pain persists for a few days after intercourse. Bladder capacity is around 400 ml. Initial cystoscopy was normal but on repeat filling, some petechial haemorrhage was seen. What is the most likely diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect