Gynae oncology questions are always staple with MRCOG II.
The College loves simple questions on cancer staging, which can make easy marks if you have memorised features. New updates occured in cervical cancer staging with FIGO and it is time for those questions to make their way into the Exam.
Navigate to Gynae oncology and find the updated cheatsheet, free to download. Print it, stick it to your wall, and check it out everyday, there is a lot in it, but crucial for easy marks if committed to memory.
Keep up the good work!
As promised, here is a cheatsheet on Haemoglobinopathies in general, just to kick-start your revision!
This cheatsheet is NOT based on any guideline. But it is very informative and gets many principles sorted and important concepts clarified for easy memory. You are likely to use this in the Exam and in practice.
There are cheatsheets on the RCOG guidelines for Sickle cell and Thalassaemia. Please read those with this one. All three should cover the topic well!
Click here for a link to the Cheatsheet on Haemoglobinopathy
Next month, we will publish a cheatsheet on the RCOG Guideline covering management of nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. Who would have thought that we will have a national guideline for it!… But as you know, for MRCOG II, if there is a guideline, there could be question from it!