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Med-Challenger OBGYN is the highest quality, easiest to use, and most-trusted obstetrics and gynecology board review question bank and women’s health knowledge improvement suite for OB/GYN exam review, American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) Initial Certification exam, and ABOG Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirement compliance. Med-Challenger’s obstetrics and gynecology review course is 100% pass-guaranteed and provides over 1000 case-based Q&A following the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology exam blueprint, media banks, and ongoing content updates.

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Obstetrics and Gynecology Question Topics

ABOG publishes a content blueprint of the material that will appear on the exam.

This is how we determine which material appears in your adaptive Qbank.

Preconception/Antenatal Care
Routine prenatal care (diet; life style; habits)
Counseling - Genetic
Counseling - Teratogenesis
Counseling - Exercise
Nausea and vomiting; hyperemesis
2nd and 3rd trimester losses
Multifetal gestation
Infectious diseases - HIV
Infectious diseases - Group A streptococcus
Infectious diseases - Misc. (varicella, pyelonephritis, CMV, toxoplasmosis, parvovirus, etc.)
Coexistent medical diseases - Cardiovascular
Coexistent medical diseases - Chronic hypertension
Coexistent medical diseases - Pulmonary
Coexistent medical diseases - Renal
Coexistent medical diseases - Gastrointestinal
Coexistent medical diseases - Hematologic
Coexistent medical diseases - Endocrine (includes thyroid)
Coexistent medical diseases - Autoimmune (includes DM)
Coexistent medical diseases - Neoplastic
Coexistent medical diseases - Misc. (dermatologic, neurologic, etc.)
Surgical conditions (acute abdomen, adnexal & breast masses, etc.)
Psychiatric disorders
Abnormal fetal growth
Abnormalities of AFV
Indications for testing

Intrapartum Care
Induction and augmentation
Fetal monitoring (normal)
Term ROM
Preterm labor and delivery
Preterm ROM
Fetal monitoring (abnormal)
Malpresentations (breech, face, brow, etc.)
Cord problems (prolapse, know, entanglement, etc.)
Infections (chorioamnionitis, amnionitis, etc.)
Hemorrhage - Antepartum
Hemorrhage - Intrapartum
Hemorrhage - Postpartum
Hemorrhage - Coagulopathy (various causes)
Cesarean (primary, repeat, emergency, hysterectomy, VBAC)
Wound complications
Complications of operative delivery
Episiotomy and tears (perineal, cervix, vagina, vulva, hematoma)
Placental complications - Abruption
Placental complications - Previa
Placental complications - Accreta/percreta
Immediate care of the newborn

Postpartum care
Routine (includes lactation)
Other infections (mastitis, infected repairs, etc.)

Non-obstetric emergencies
Trauma (MVA, etc.)

Diagnostic Laparoscopy
Diagnostic Hysteroscopy

Preoperative Evaluation
Routine evaluation
Co-existing medical conditions (DM, CV, Pulmonary, thrombophilia’s, etc.)
Psychiatric conditions

Surgical Management
Non-infectious conditions - Vulvovaginal/cervical (VIN, CIN, VAIN, masses, etc.)
Non-infectious conditions - Uterine (myomas, AUB, hyperplasia, etc.)
Non-infectious conditions - Tubal (ectopic, infertility, sterilization, etc.)
Non-infectious conditions - Adnexal masses
Non-infectious conditions - Pelvic relaxation (cystocele, rectocele, prolapse, etc.)
Non-infectious conditions - Fistulae (all)
Non-infectious conditions - Endometriosis and adenomyosis
Non-infectious conditions - Urinary and fecal incontinence
Non-infectious conditions - Acute Pelvic pain
Non-infectious conditions - Chronic Pelvic pain
Infectious conditions - PID (salpingitis, tubo-ovarian abscess, TB, etc.)
Infectious conditions - Abscesses
Spontaneous, complete, incomplete abortion (1st and 2nd trimester)
Benign trophoblastic disease
Congenital anomalies (reproductive tract)

Surgical Procedures
Minor - Operative Laparoscopy (including sterilization)
Minor - Operative Hysteroscopy
Minor - D&C
Major - Vaginal Hysterectomy
Major - Abdominal Hysterectomy
Major - Laparoscopic (total and LAVH) Hysterectomy
Major - Robotic Hysterectomy
Major - Prolapse Pelvic floor repair
Major - Incontinence Pelvic floor repair
Major - Laparotomy

Surgical complications
Bowel injury (small and large)
Urinary tract injury

Vulva & vagina

Postoperative care and complications
Routine (orders, diet, etc.)
Embolism (including prevention)
Gastrointestinal - Injury
Gastrointestinal - Ileus
Gastrointestinal - SBO
Necrotizing fasciitis
Wound - Normal care
Wound - Infection
Wound - Dehiscence
Urinary tract - UTI
Urinary tract - Fistulae
Emergency Care

High-Yield Obstetrics and Gynecology Review Questions

NBME-style, blueprint-based Q&A.
Just like you’ll see on the actual ABOG exam.

Positively-stated, Case-based Question Stems

No “negatively phrased” questions, no “A and B”…you know what we mean. Our questions always address important “key point” blueprint-based content in a well structured manner.

A 22-year-old woman who is pregnant with her first child presents to the emergency department (ED) at 23 weeks of gestation. She is complaining of chest pain. She tells you that she put herself through college by working as a fashion model in New York because she is “tall, thin, and long-legged.”

The chest pain is sharp, diffuse, nonpleuritic, nonradiating, and nonpositional. There are no modifiers to the pain, including food and position. She tells you that the onset of pain was rapid and occurred while she was walking up a flight of stairs after an argument with her aunt.

On examination, you note pectus excavatum, scoliosis, and a high-arched palate.

Of the following list, the most likely diagnosis for this patient is which of the following?

Clear Answer Options

A question’s difficulty is defined by the choice of distractors. Good distractors determine the difficulty level of a question. Therefore, good distractors are one of the most important features of a high quality question.

aortic dissection

High-yield Remediation

Understanding why an answer choice is incorrect is just as important as knowing why it is correct. Med-Challenger questions contain detailed explanations for the correct and incorrect answer choices along with integrated media for those that learn best by visual stimuli.

Educational Objective:

Understand that Marfan syndrome is associated with aortic dissection.

Key Point:

Several chest pain patterns of aortic dissection are similar to those seen in cases of pulmonary embolism and acute coronary syndromes.


The most likely diagnosis for this patient is aortic dissection. This patient has Marfan syndrome. Other features to look for are arachnodactyly (spider fingers), myopia, pes planus, and striae on the shoulders and buttocks (but not the abdomen). Although mitral regurgitation may be seen, this condition occurs in about 25% of patients.

Aortic dissection can often be triggered by pregnancy, emotional upset, and physical stress. In this case, all 3 potential causes were present. Of note, Marfan syndrome is one of the most highly prevalent of all genetic diseases, occurring in 1 in 3,000 to 5,000 births.

Guidelines published in 2015 from the American Heart Association on chest pain now recommend computed tomography (CT) angiogram of the aorta in the ED as the preferred study for ruling out an aortic dissection. CT angiogram of the aorta is preferable to transesophageal echocardiography (TEE), even in initially unstable patients as long as they can be sufficiently stabilized to tolerate the trip to the CT scanner. In patients who cannot be stabilized, bedside TEE is the most acceptable alternative. TTE can be used in highly unstable patients to rule out a hemopericardium (accuracy of TTE is somewhat low for establishing an aortic dissection per se). Ultrasonography is not recommended as an option in the context of aortic dissection.


Prockup D, Bateman J. Heritable disorders of connective tissue. In: Longo D, et al. Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine. 18th ed., 2012:3212.

Rybicki FJ, Udelson JE, Peacock WF, et al. 2015 ACR / ACC / AHA / AATS / ACEP / ASNC / NASCI / SAEM / SCCT / SCMR / SCPC / SNMMI / STR / STS appropriate utilization of cardiovascular imaging in emergency department patients with chest pain: a joint report of the American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria Committee and the American College of Cardiology Appropriate Use Criteria Task Force. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2016;67(7):853-879.

Table of Contents

Everything you need to know for OB/GYN exams and current OB/GYN practice.

Antepartum Testing
Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Evaluation of the Infertile Couple
Preconceptional Counseling and Routine Prenatal Care
Prenatal Care
Prenatal Genetics and Genetic Abnormalities
Amniotic Fluid: Physiology and Pathology
Intrapartum Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring
Invasive Procedures in Pregnancy
IUGR and Doppler
Normal Labor and Delivery
Obstetrical Anesthesia
Operative Deliveries
Physiology and Anatomy of Pregnancy
Placental Physiology and Pathology
Postpartum Hemorrhage
Spontaneous and Recurrent Abortion
Cervical Insufficiency (Incompetence)
Labor and Delivery and Their Complications
Labor Induction and Cervical Ripening Agents
Multiple Gestation
Obstetric Critical Care
Obstetrical Ultrasound: Fetal Anomalies
Post-Term Pregnancy
Preterm Labor
Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes
Shoulder Dystocia
Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section (VBAC)
Cardiac Disease During Pregnancy
Diabetes in Pregnancy
Drug Therapy and Substance Abuse In Pregnancy
Gastrointestinal Disorders in Pregnancy
Hepatitis in Pregnancy
HIV and Pregnancy
Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy
Infections in Pregnancy: Bacterial and Viral Overview
Pulmonary Diseases in Pregnancy
Renal Disorders in Pregnancy
Thyroid Disorders in Pregnancy
ToRCH Infections in Pregnancy
Abnormal and Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding
Benign Conditions of the Vulva and Vagina
Benign Ovarian or Adnexal Cysts
Breast Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment of Benign and Malignant Disease
Ectopic Pregnancy
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Premenstrual and Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)
Sexually Transmitted Infections: Female Genital Lesions
Sexually Transmitted Infections: Vaginal Discharge
Uterine Fibroids
Vaginitis and Bacterial Vaginosis

Breast Cancer
Chemotherapy in Gynecologic Oncology: Principles
Gestational Trophoblastic Disease
Invasive Cervical Cancer
Ovarian Cancer
Pre-Malignant and Malignant Disease of the Cervix
Radiation Therapy: Principles
Uterine Cancer
Vulvar and Vaginal Cancer
Cancer Prevention and Screening
Diet and Prevention
Evidence-Based Medicine
Exercise and Prevention
Hospital Infection Control Bundles
Medical Error Prevention
Patient Safety
Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
Prevention of Infectious Disease
Procedural Sedation: Adult
Procedural Sedation: Pediatric
Wellness, Stress, and the Impaired Physician
Medical Ethics
Medical Law
End of Life Care
Principles of Ethics: As Illustrated by the Use of Ultrasound
Clinical Decision-Making
Communication, Family, and Cultural Issues
Fundamentals of Culturally Competent Care
Psychosocial Crises Intervention
The Combative Patient
The Developmentally and Physically Disabled Patient
The Difficult Patient
Medical and Surgical Treatment of Urinary Incontinence
Postoperative Complications
Repair of Anterior Pelvic Compartment Defects
Repair of Posterior Pelvic Compartment Defects
Thermal Surgical Techniques

Written and Maintained by Experts

Continually Updated
All content is continually maintained by clinical expert peer-review.

Clinical Reviewer:

Elaine Melamud, MD, FACOG
JK Medical Associates
Clark, NJ

Contributing Author:

Rebekah Valthaty MD Physician
Meridian Medical Group
Manalapan, NJ

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This is the best OB/GYN test bank I’ve ever used, the questions were great and the answers thorough! I’m so grateful for having access to your questions!D. Leverett, M.D.
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