Obygn and Surgery: Passing the Exams 2011

Tubal Pregnancy and Surgery 

 
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Exam takers must successfully pass both the OBGYN exam and the Sonography Principles & Instrumentation (SPI) exam to earn their RDMS credential. Examinees are given three hours to complete the 170-question, multiple-choice OBGYN exam, which tests applied knowledge of obstetric and gynecologic sonographic evaluation.

The Obstetrics and Gynecology specialty exam questions are divided into percentage-weighted topics based on pelvic and fetal anatomy and physiology, and associated imaging techniques. The specific topics in order of their percentage emphasis are: gynecology: abnormal pelvic anatomy and physiology, pediatric, reproductive, perimenopausal, and postmenopausal (24-28%); gynecology: normal pelvic anatomy and physiology, pediatric, reproductive, perimenopausal, and postmenopausal (21-25%); obstetrics: first trimester (11-14%); obstetrics: complications (12-16%); obstetrics: fetal abnormalities (10-16%); obstetrics: second/third trimester normal anatomy (8-12 %); and obstetrics: second/third trimester assessment (4-8%). In addition, 1-5% weight is also given to knowledge of obstetrics and gynecology: patient care and preparation techniques.


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