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- Practical Guide to Oral Exams in Obstetrics and Gynecology
- OB/GYN: history and physical examination
- Obstetrics and Gynecology/Gynecological History Taking
Practical Guide to Oral Exams in Obstetrics and Gynecology
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This book, based on non-interactive question-and-answer format, offers an essential guide for medical students who need to prepare for oral exams or clinical visits. Starting from specific clinical situations the volume provides clear questions on the theory related to the cases. Each question is followed by correct answers that summarize the main information. Suggested reading are included to deepen the topics and enhance the readers knowledge.
Written and peer-reviewed by physicians—but use at your own risk. Read our disclaimer. See the medical history and physical examination articles for more information on general clinical examination. Obstetric history taking varies based on the setting normal prenatal checkup vs. If the mother is not aware of previous perinatal complications, try asking her how soon she went home with the baby after the delivery. Because of the sensitive nature of this physical examination , patients are often anxious, which can further complicate the exam itself. It is important to make sure the patient feels comfortable prior to proceeding.
OB/GYN: history and physical examination
Ideally, women who are planning to become pregnant should see a physician before conception; then they can learn about pregnancy risks and ways to reduce risks. As part of preconception care, primary care clinicians should advise all women of reproductive age to take a vitamin that contains folic acid to mcg 0. Folate reduces risk of neural tube defects. If women have had a fetus or infant with a neural tube defect, the recommended daily dose is mcg 4 mg. Taking folate before and after conception may also reduce the risk of other birth defects 1. Once pregnant, women require routine prenatal care to help safeguard their health and the health of the fetus. Also, evaluation is often required for symptoms and signs of illness.
History taking, communication skill, obstetrical examination, gynaecological Marks distribution of Assessment of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Definitions and types, clinical features, complications, diagnosis and principles of management.
Obstetrics and Gynecology/Gynecological History Taking
Gynecological history taking involves a series of methodical questioning of a gynecological patient with the aim of developing a diagnosis or a differential diagnosis on which further management of the patient can be arranged. This further treatment may involve examination of the patient, further investigative testing or treatment of a diagnosed condition. There is a basic structure for all gynecological histories but this can differ slightly depending on the presenting complaint. When taking any history in medicine it is essential to understand what the presenting complaint means and what the possible causes differential diagnosis of the presenting complaint may be. After all, it is the aetiology of a symptom that guides the physician's questioning.
Most women, particularly those seeking general preventive care, require a complete history and physical examination as well as a gynecologic evaluation. Gynecologic evaluation may be necessary to assess a specific problem such as pelvic pain , vaginal bleeding , or vaginal discharge. Obstetric evaluation focuses on issues related to pregnancy. Many women expect their gynecologist to provide general as well as gynecologic health care.
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