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Dr. MGR University Question Papers,Paper I – APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY,2008 to 2015 Question Paper,M.D.DEGREE BRANCH II –OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

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2008 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH II –OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
 Paper I – APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN
 OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY

 (For candidates admitted from 2004-2005 onwards)
Q.P. Code : 202009
 Draw suitable diagram wherever necessary.
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
I. ANATOMY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 X 5=20)
1. Supports of uterus and its significance in gynaecology.
2. Lymphatic Drainage of vulva.
3. Anatomy of female urinary continence.
4. Course and branches of internal iliac artery.
5. Anatomy of anterior abdominal wall and incisions used in obstetric and
gynaecology.
II. PHYSIOLOGY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 X 5=20)
1. Physiology of 3rd stage of labour.
2. Haemodynamic changes in normal pregnancy.
3. Describe the functions of oestrogen.
4. Describe physiology of ovulation.
5. Describe the role of prolactin in pregnancy.
III.BIOCHEMISTRY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Describe biochemical changes in HELLP SYNDROME.
2. Placental Hormones.
3. Glucose metabolism in pregnancy.
4. Abnormal Haemoglobins.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Define tocolysis and its place in preterm labour.
2. Oxytocics.
3. Anticonvulsive régimes in eclampsia.
4. Selective Estrogen receptor modulator.
V. MICROBIOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Role of viruses in cervical cancer.
2. Discuss the organisms causing PROM.
3. How to diagnose Gonococcal infection in female.
4. Describe the tests to diagnose HIV infections.
VI. PATHOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Describe macroscopic and microscopic features of metropathia
Haemorhagica.
2. Histogenesis of germ cell tumour.
3. Pathology of Krukenberg tumour.
4. Degenerative changes in fibroid Uterus.
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2009 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 Branch II – OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
Paper I – (for candidates admitted from 2004-2005 to 2007-2008) and
Part I – ( for candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 202009
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
Draw suitable diagram wherever necessary.
I. ANATOMY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 x 5=20)
1. Supports of the uterus and its significance in gynaecology.
2. Lymphatic drainage of cervix.
3. Anatomy of female urinary continence.
4. Development of fetus and placenta.
5. Bony pelvis.
II. PHYSIOLOGY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 x 5=20)
1. Physiology of labour.
2. Physiology of lactation.
3. Describe the role of prolactin in pregnancy.
4. Cardiac changes during pregnancy.
5. Describe the functions of oestrogen.
III.BIOCHEMISTRY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Describe biochemical changes in HELLP syndrome.
2. Describe iron metabolism in pregnancy.
3. Describe fluid and electrolyte balance.
4. What are the functions of pituitary hormones?
IV. PHARMACOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Role of to colytics in preterm labour.
2. Selective estrogen receptor modulators. (SERMS)
3. What are the effects of oral hypoglycemic agents?
4. Dinretics in pregnancy.
V. MICROBIOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Discuss the organisms causing PROM.
2. Describe the tests to diagnose HIV infection.
3. Candidiasis.
4. TORCH infection.
VI. PATHOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Vaginal cytology in obstetrics and gynaecology.
2. Histopathological changes in metropathia haemorrhagica.
3. Histogenesis of germ cell tumour.
4. Degenerative changes in fibroid uterus.
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2009 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 Branch II – OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
Paper I – (for candidates admitted from 2004-2005 to 2007-2008) and
Part I – ( for candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 202009
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
Draw suitable diagram wherever necessary.
I. ANATOMY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 x 5=20)
1. Explain the lymphatic drainage of vulva.
2. Describe the functional histology of the ovary and the application in
 Gynaecology
3. Anal canal and importance in obstetrics
4. Foetal circulation
5. Anatomy of Fallopian tube and its relevance to fertility
II. PHYSIOLOGY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 x 5=20)
1. Physiology of micturition. What is Genuine stress incontinence?
2. Discuss the role of fetus in physiology of labour.
3. Discuss the physiological changes of cardio vascular system in
 pregnancy.
4. Post operative fluid management and electrolyte management.
5. Discuss the neuro endocrinal control of ovarian function.
III.BIOCHEMISTRY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Steroidogesis
2. Discuss the nutritional requirements in pregnancy and iron metabolism
3. Biochemical changes in pregnancy induced hypertension
4. Changes in carbohydrate metabolism in pregnancy and its implications
IV. PHARMACOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Misoprostol use in obstetrics
2. Explain effect of iodine deficiency on reproduction
3. Discuss the chemotherapeutic drugs used in gynaecological
 malignancy
4. Ovulation induction drugs
V. MICROBIOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Explain the microbiology of pelvic inflammatory diseases
2. Discuss the principles of infection control
3. How to diagnose bacterial vaginosis
4. Discuss the immunology in trophoblastic disease
VI. PATHOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Explain the blood picture in different types of anemia
2. Describe the pathology of germ cell tumours of ovary
3. Describe the pathogenesis in AIDS
4. Explain the skeleton changes in menopause
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2010 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 Branch II – OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
Paper I – (for candidates admitted from 2004-2005 to 2007-2008) and
Part I – ( for candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 202009
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
Draw suitable diagram wherever necessary.
 Answer ALL questions.
I. ANATOMY (4 x 5=20)
1. Describe the course of ureter in pelvis and its surgical importance.
2. Anatomy of internal iliac artery and its clinical applications.
3. Corpus luteum.
4. Lymphatic drainage of cervix and its clinical importance.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4 x 5=20)
1. Physiology of ovulation.
2. Physiological changes in urinary tract in pregnancy.
3. Physiology of uterine action.
4. Functional cysts of ovary.
III. BIOCHEMISTRY (3 x 5=15)
1. Iron supplementation in pregnancy.
2. Proteinuria.
3. Uric acid and perinatal outcome.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3 x 5=15)
1. Oxytocin.
2. Bromocriptine.
3. GnRH antagonists.
V. MICROBIOLOGY (3 x 5=15)
1. Trichomonas vaginalis.
2. TORCH infection and its significance.
3. Asymptomatic bacteriuria.
VI. PATHOLOGY (3 x 5=15)
1. Couvelaire uterus.
2. Carneous mole.
3. Pathology of hydatidiform mole.
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2010 Question Paper      

 M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH II –OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN
OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
 Paper I - (for candidates admitted from 2004-2005 to 2007-2008) and
Part – I (for candidates admitted from 2008 -09 onwards)
Q.P. Code : 202009
 Draw suitable diagram wherever necessary.
Answer ALL questions.
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
I. ANATOMY (4 X 5=20)
1. Gartner’s Cyst.
2. Pelvic cellular tissue.
3. Changes in cervix before and during labour.
4. Lower uterine segment of uterus.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4 X 5=20)
1. Cardiovascular changes during pregnancy.
2. Physiology of Lactation.
3. LH Surge.
4. Physiological changes after menopause.
III.BIOCHEMISTRY (3 X 5=15)
1. Fluid and electrolyte balance during labour.
2. Placental hormones.
3. Biochemical changes in pregnancy induced hypertension.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3 X 5=15)
1. Cisplatin.
2. Methergine.
3. Bromocryptine.
V. MICROBIOLOGY (3 X 5=15)
1. Monilial Vaginitis.
2. Herpes genitalis.
3. Human papilloma virus.
VI. PATHOLOGY (3 X 5=15)
1. Endometrium in DUB (Dysfuncational Uterine Bleeding).
2. Chorion villous sampling.
3. Squamous cell carcinoma of cervix
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2011 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
BRANCH II – OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 202009
Time : 3 hours Maximum : 100 marks
 (180 Min)
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Write notes on Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
I. ANATOMY
1. Graafian follicle. 3 9 5
2. Surfactant. 3 9 5
3. Anatomical changes in menopause. 3 9 5
4. Prostaglandins in labour. 3 9 5
II. PHYSIOLOGY
1. Amniotic fluid. 3 9 5
2. Haematologal changes in pregnancy. 3 9 5
3. Progesterone. 3 9 5
4. Gonadotrophins. 3 9 5
III.BIOCHEMISTRY
1. Biochemical changes in iron deficiency anaemia. 3 9 5
2. Diuretics in pregnancy. 3 9 5
3. Tumour markers. 3 9 5
IV. PHARMACOLOGY
1. Cyclophosphamide. 3 9 5
2. Diuretics in pregnancy. 3 9 5
3. Mifepristone. 3 9 5
V. MICROBIOLOGY
1. Chlamydial infection. 3 9 5
2. Trichomonas vaginalis. 3 9 5
3. Puerperal infection. 3 9 5
VI. PATHOLOGY
1. Aria-Stella reaction. 3 9 5
2. Choriocarcinoma. 3 9 5
3. Borderline malignancy. 3 9 5
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2011 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
BRANCH II – OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 202009
Time : 3 hours Maximum : 100 marks
 (180 Min)
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Write notes on : Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
I. ANATOMY
1. Development of ovary. 3 9 5
2. Vaginal atresia and its clinical stations. 3 9 5
3. Changes in fetal circulation after birth. 3 9 5
4. Urogenital diaphragm. 3 9 5
II. PHYSIOLOGY
1. Regulation of gonodotrophin secretion by GnRH. 3 9 5
2. Hormonal support to pregnancy before placental take over. 3 9 5
3. Skin changes in pregnancy. 3 9 5
4. Hormonal changes during ovulation. 3 9 5
III.BIOCHEMISTRY
1. ELISA in obstetrics and Gynecology. 3 9 5
2. Glycosuria in pregnancy. 3 9 5
3. Serum fibrinogen in pregnancy. 3 9 5
IV. PHARMACOLOGY
1. Advantages and disadvantages of Injection
Methylergometrine. 3 9 5
2. Paclitaxel. 3 9 5
3. Misoprostol in the management of PPH. 3 9 5
V. MICROBIOLOGY
1. Diagnosis of Chlamydia infection. 3 9 5
2. Microbiology of chorioamnionitis. 3 9 5
3. Rubella in pregnancy. 3 9 5
VI. PATHOLOGY
1. Vulvdynia. 3 9 5
2. Pathology of Endometrial adenocarcinoma. 3 9 5
3. Brenner’s tumour. 3 9 5
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2012 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
BRANCH II –OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 202009
Time : 3 hours Maximum : 100 marks
 (180 Min)
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Write notes on Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
I. ANATOMY
1. Describe Bony pelvis. 3 9 5
2. Anatomy of female Urinary Continence 3 9 5
3. Describe the histology of Graaffian follicle. 3 9 5
4. Cloaca. 3 9 5
II. PHYSIOLOGY
1. Briefly discuss the physiology of Labour. 3 9 5
2. What are the cardiac changes in Pregnancy? 3 9 5
3. Write a note on Physiology of Lactation. 3 9 5
4. Rh factor 3 9 5
III. BIOCHEMISTRY
1. Discuss the Bilirubin metabolism. 3 9 5
2. What is Triple Screening? 3 9 5
3. Sodium Pump 3 9 5
IV. PHARMACOLOGY
1. Methotrexate. 3 9 5
2. Prostaglandins in Obstetrics 3 9 5
3. Letrazole 3 9 5
V. MICROBIOLOGY
1. TORCH Infection 3 9 5
2. Group B Streptococcus 3 9 5
3. ELISA. 3 9 5
VI. PATHOLOGY
1. Describe pathology of Granulosa cell tumor 3 9 5
2. MHC Complex 3 9 5
3. Pathological Changes in Placenta 3 9 5

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2012 Question Paper

M.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION
BRANCH VI –OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 222241
Time : 3 hours Maximum : 100 marks
 (180 Min)
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Write notes on Pages Time Marks
 (Max.)(Max.)(Max.)
I. ANATOMY
1. Describe the Collateral circulation in the pelvis. 3 9 5
2. What is the lymphatic drainage of the cervix? 3 9 5
3. Describe the histology of Graaffian follicle. 3 9 5
4. Discuss the anatomy of the fallopian tube. 3 9 5
II. PHYSIOLOGY
1. What are the cardiovascular changes that occur in pregnancy? 3 9 5
2. Describe the endocrine control of the menstrual cycle. 3 9 5
3. Describe the composition and regulation of amniotic fluid. 3 9 5
4. What are the tests used in the diagnosis of pregnancy? 3 9 5
III. BIOCHEMISTRY
1. Discuss the Iron metabolism in pregnancy. 3 9 5
2. What are the tests used in screening for gestational diabetes. 3 9 5
3. Discuss the diagnosis of Hemolytic Anemia 3 9 5
IV. PHARMACOLOGY
1. Discuss the tocolytic drugs used in preterm labour. 3 9 5
2. Discuss the indications, dosage schedule and complications of
Methotrexate. 3 9 5
3. What are the drugs and regimens used for hormone replacement 3 9 5
therapy?
V. MICROBIOLOGY
1. Diagnosis of trichomonas vaginitis. 3 9 5
2. Definition and diagnosis of asymptomatic bacteriuria in 3 9 5
pregnancy.
3. Recommendations to reduce hospital acquired infection. 3 9 5
VI. PATHOLOGY
1. Describe pathology of Dermoid cyst of Ovary 3 9 5
2. Grading of Pap smear 3 9 5
3. Describe the pathology of Endometrial carcinoma 3 9 5
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2013 Question Paper

M.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH VI –OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 222241
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Write notes on:
I. ANATOMY (4X5=20)
1. Describe the course of pelvic ureter & its surgical importance.
2. Bartholin’s gland.
3. Draw diagram & explain lymphatic drainage of vulva.
4. Course & branches of internal iliac artery.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4X5=20)
1. Normal Puberty
2. Inhibin
3. Role of prolactin in pregnancy
4. Haematological changes in pregnancy

III. BIO-CHEMISTRY (3X5=15)
1. Triple test
2. Tumour markers
3. Weight gain during pregnancy

IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3X5=15)
1. Carboplatin
2. RU 486
3. Selective oestrogen receptor modulators

V. MICROBIOLOGY (3X5=15)
1. Strategies to prevent perinatal HIV transmission
 2. Chlamydial infection
 3. Discuss the organisms causing septic shock.

VI. PATHOLOGY (3X5=15)
 1. Pathology of hydatidiform mole.
 2. Chorionic villus sampling.
 3. Ovarian pregnancy.
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2014 Question Paper

M.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION
OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 222241
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Write notes on:
I. ANATOMY (4 x 5 = 20)
 1. Pelvic Diaphragm and its significance.
 2. Development of Mullerian Duct.
 3. Anal Canal.
 4. Uterine & vaginal blood supply.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4 x 5 = 20)
 1. Physiology of onset of labour.
 2. Cardiovascular changes in Pregnancy.
 3. Physiology of lactation.
 4. Pituitary - Ovarian –Endometrial Cycle.
III. BIO-CHEMISTRY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Tumour markers in Epithelial tumours of ovary.
 2. Surfactants.
 3. Bilirubin metabolism.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Oxytocin.
 2. HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin).
 3. Zidovudine.
V. MICROBIOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Maternal Immune response.
 2. Breast abscess.
 3. Principles of Antimicrobial Prophylaxis.
VI. PATHOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Cervical cytology.
 2. Endometrial Premalignant lesions.
 3. Pathogenesis of Chronic Pelvic Pain.
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2015 Question Paper

M.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION
OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
PAPER I – APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 222241
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
Write notes on:
I. ANATOMY (4 x 5 = 20)
 1. Histology of endometrium.
 2. Development of Vagina.
 3. Urogenital Diaphragm.
 4. Graffian follicle.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4 x 5 = 20)
 1. Iron metabolism in pregnancy.
 2. Intrinsic pathway of coagulation.
 3. Functions of estrogen.
 4. Gap junction.
III. BIO-CHEMISTRY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Screening test for gestational diabetes.
 2. Alpha-feto protein.
 3. Lab investigations for iron deficiency anemia.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Clomiphene citrate.
 2. Thrombo prophylaxis.
 3. Tocolytics.
V. MICROBIOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Microbiology of chorioamnionitis.
 2. Rubella in pregnancy.
 3. Gardnerella vaginalis.
VI. PATHOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Borderline ovarian tumours.
 2. Liquid based cytology.
 3. Blood pictures in different types of anemia.
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2015 Question Paper

M.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION
OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
PAPER I – APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 222241
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
Write notes on:
I. ANATOMY (4 x 5 = 20)
 1. Supports of uterus.
 2. Fallopian tube anatomy.
 3. Development of placenta.
 4. Uterine Artery.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4 x 5 = 20)
 1. Renal changes in pregnancy.
 2. Luteal hormone surge.
 3. Cervix in labour.
 4. Hormonal changes at menopause.
III. BIO-CHEMISTRY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Iron metabolism.
 2. Biochemical changes in pregnancy induced Hypertension.
 3. Role of anti-oxidants in obstetrics.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Estrogen preparations for hormone replacement therapy.
 2. Cabergoline.
 3. Low dose aspirin.
V. MICROBIOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Antibiotic prophylaxis.
 2. Vaginal flora.
 3. Microorganisms in pelvic inflammatory disease.
VI. PATHOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Krukenberg tumour.
 2. Premalignant lesions of vulva.
 3. Pathology of hydatiform mole.
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