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Chronic Pelvic Pain
This practice bulletin addresses the diagnosis and management of chronic pelvic pain that is not completely explained with identifiable pathology testing.
ACOG Practice Bulletin #218, March 2020
Case List Construction Tip
By author Krishna Das, MD
Formatting is the most powerful tool to raise your case list head and shoulders above the others; especially in strategically pulling the examiner to cases YOU want to talk about.
Regardless of your case list software, simply putting words in ITALICS, BOLD, CAPITAL LETTERS, and Underline can make all the difference.
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Which ovarian tumor could lead to endometrial intraepithelial neoplasia?
- Brenner tumor
- Endometrial sinus
- Granulosa cell
- Immature teratoma
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