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Question 1: Schiller-Duval bodies (as seen in the image below) are classic pathologic findings in which of the following tumors?

  1. Choriocarcinomas

  2. Yolk Sac Tumors

  3. Immature teratomas

  4. Mature teratomas

  5. Dysgerminomas

 

Question 2: What is the most likely diagnosis on this second trimester prenatal ultrasound?

  1. Exencephaly

  2. Hydranencephaly

  3. Anencephaly

  4. Amniotic band syndrome



Question 3: On external examination of a 59-year-old woman at her annual exam you note a lesion (seen in the image below) in her labia minora. She has no complaints, and there is no history of trauma or recent sexual activity. If this lesion is found to be 0.9mm in depth pathologically, what is the recommendation for treatment?

 

  1. Radical vulvectomy and sentinel node biopsy

  2. Radical local excision only

  3. Radical vulvectomy

  4. Radical vulvectomy with inguino-femoral lymphadenectomy

  5. Radical culvectomy and pelvic lumph node sampling

 

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