FOGSI Quiz Answers and Winners

FOGSI is happy to announce a monthly quiz on its website for all members, an initiative by the President of FOGSI, Dr. Nandita Palshetkar.The quiz master will be Dr Punit Bhojani.The Quiz will be made live on the website on 15th of every month & will be open for 3 days. Please mail your answers with your contact details (Mobile Number, Complete Address, Email Id & Name as it should be on the Cheque) to fogsiquiz@gmail.com within 3 days of the quiz going live.

Prizes

  1. 3 Cash prizes per quiz (Academic Grants Zuventus Healthcare).
  2. The first correct answer will get Rs. 5000, the 2nd will get Rs 3000 and 3rd will get Rs 2000.
  3. The correct answer with the names of the winners will be displayed on the website before the next quiz.
  4. Decision of the quiz master is final.

February 2019 QUIZ

Question 1. Identify the image

Answer 1. Hayman Uterine Compression Sutures
Question 2. FIGO recommended dose of misoprostol for PPH prevention is:
Answer 2. 600 mcg orally
  1. 600mcg orally
  2. 600mcg sublingual
  3. 800mcg orally
  4. 800mcg rectally

WINNERS List February Quiz

FIRST PRIZE

Dr. Kiran Dabholkar

Chembur, Mumbai 400071

Mob. : 9167008017

SECOND PRIZE

Dr Ramiti Gupta

Sri Mukatsar Sahib, Punjab - 152101

Mob. : 9876635837

THIRD PRIZE

Dr Avantika Gupta

Member of Delhi Society

Mob. : 8903650441

Email : dravantikagupta@gmail.com


dr-rishma-paiDr. Nandita Palshetkar
President FOGSI
dr-jaideep-tank Dr. Jaydeep Tank
Secretary General
Dr. Sebanti Goswami
FOGSI Quiz Committee Chairperson
Dr. Madhuri Patel
Deputy Secretary General
dr-punit-bhojaniDr. Punit Bhojani
QUIZ MASTER
Member of Managing Council Mumbai Obstetric & Gynecological Society
FOGSI is happy to announce a monthly quiz on its website for all members, an initiative by the President of FOGSI, Dr. Nandita Palshetkar.The quiz master will be Dr Punit Bhojani.The Quiz will be made live on the website on 15th of every month & will be open for 3 days. Please mail your answers with your contact details (Mobile Number, Complete Address, Email Id & Name as it should be on the Cheque) to fogsiquiz@gmail.com within 3 days of the quiz going live.

Prizes

  1. 3 Cash prizes per quiz (Academic Grants  Zuventus Healthcare).
  2. The first correct answer will get  Rs. 5000, the 2nd will get Rs 3000  and 3rd  will get Rs 2000.
  3. The correct answer with the names of the winners will be displayed on the website before the next quiz.
  4. Decision of the quiz master is final.

January 2019 QUIZ

Question 1. A 16-year-old girl was brought with primary amenorrhea. Her mother mentioned that she started developing breast at the age of 12. She was prescribed O.C. Pills 2 years back by a doctor , but she did not get her menses. She was having normal stature . On examination breast was well developed (Tanner’s stage 5) and pubic hair was minimal (Tanner’s stage 1). What is the diagnosis?
Answer 1. C - (Androgen insensitivity syndrome)
  1. Premature ovarian failure
  2. Turner’s syndrome
  3. Androgen insensitivity syndrome
  4. Mullerian agenesis
Explanation :

Option a) will have secondary amenorrhea and will respond to OC pills (there will be withdrawal bleeding).

Testicular feminization syndrome (androgen insensitivity syndrome):

  • X-linked recessive
  • External genitalia looks normal (like female)
  • Adequate breast development without axillary and pubic hair (or minimal axillary and pubic hair)
  • Primary amenorrhea and absent uterus (and hence will not respond to OCPs)
  • Karyotype XY

Mullerian agenesis patients will also have primary amenorrhea and absent uterus (and hence will not respond to OCPs) but have normal well developed axillary and pubic hair.

Turner’s syndrome patients do not have well-developed breast (have shield chest and widely spaced nipples). Uterus is present (smaller than normal due to lack of estrogen) in Turner’s syndrome.

Question 2. Normal stature with minimal or absent pubertal development may be seen in:
Answer 2. B - (Kallmann syndrome)
  1. Testicular feminization
  2. Kallmann syndrome
  3. Turner syndrome
  4. Gonadal dysgenesis
Explanation :

Testicular feminization is a syndrome of androgen insensitivity, characterized by a normal 46 XY genotype; normal female phenotype during childhood; tall stature; and “normal” breast development with absence of axillary and pubic hair. Breast development (gynecomastia) occurs in these males because high levels of circulating testosterone (which cannot act at its receptor) are aromatized to estrogen, which then acts on the breast. The external genitalia develop as those of a female because testosterone cannot masculinize them, while the Mullerian structures are absent because of testicular secretion of Mullerianinhibiting factor in utero.

Gonadal dysgenesis (e.g., 45 X Turner syndrome) is characterized by short stature and absence of pubertal development; in these girls, the ovaries are either absent or steak gonads that are nonfunctional. Kallmann syndrome (hypogonadotropic hypogonadism) should be suspected in patients of normal stature with delayed or absent pubertal development, especially when associated with the classic finding of anosmia. These individuals have a structural defect of the CNS involving the hypothalamus and the olfactory bulbs. The hypothalamus does not secrete GnRH in normal pulsatile fashion, if at all.

 

WINNERS List January Quiz

FIRST PRIZE

Lovepreet Kaur

Civil Hospital, Ludhiana

Mob. : 8146158222

Email : lvprt.kr@gmail.com


SECOND PRIZE

Dr Anandita Sidhu

Paschim Vihar, New Delhi

Mob. : 9999113984

Email : Ananditasidhu@gmail.com


THIRD PRIZE

Prachi Gupta

Behind Zannana Hospital,
Near Asian ICU Superspeciality Hospital,
Chandpole, Jaipur - 302001,

Mob. : 8587016567

Email : drprachigupta91@gmail.com


dr-rishma-paiDr. Nandita Palshetkar
President FOGSI 
dr-jaideep-tank Dr. Jaydeep Tank
Secretary General 
Dr. Sebanti Goswami
FOGSI Quiz Committee Chairperson  
Dr. Madhuri Patel
Deputy Secretary General
dr-punit-bhojaniDr. Punit Bhojani
QUIZ MASTER
Member of Managing Council Mumbai Obstetric & Gynecological Society