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Date Updated: October 18, 2017

Clinical Science: Obstetrics & Gynecology

The Clinical Science Obstetrics & Gynecology content outline includes:

Outline
System  
General Principles, Including Normal Age-Related Findings and Care of the Well Patient
1%–5%
Pregnancy, Childbirth, & the Puerperium
40%–45%
  Preconception counseling and care
  Prenatal risk assessment/prevent
  Supervision of normal pregnancy
  Obstetric complications
  Labor and delivery
  Puerperium, including complications
  Newborn (birth to 4 weeks of age)
  Congenital disorders, neonatal
  Adverse effects of drugs on pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium
  Systemic disorders affecting pregnancy, labor and delivery, and the puerperium
Female Reproductive System & Breast
40%–45%
  Normal processes, female function (eg, ovulation, menstrual cycle, puberty)
  Breast: infectious, immunologic, and inflammatory disorders
  Neoplasms of breast
  Female reproductive: infectious, Immunologic, and inflammatory disorders
  Neoplasms of cervix, ovary, uterus, vagina, and vulva
  Fertility and infertility
  Menopause
  Menstrual and endocrine disorders
  Sexual dysfunction
  Traumatic and mechanical disorders
  Congenital disorders
  Adverse effects of drugs on the female reproductive system and breast
Endocrine System
1%–5%
Other Systems, including Multisystem Processes & Disorders
5%–10%
Social Sciences
1%–5%
  Communication and interpersonal skills
  Medical ethics and jurisprudence
Physician Task  
Applying Foundational Science Concepts
8%–12%
Diagnosis: Knowledge Pertaining to History, Exam, Diagnostic Studies, & Patient Outcomes
45%–50%
Health Maintenance, Pharmacotherapy, Intervention & Management
13%–17%
Pharmacotherapy, Intervention & Management
20%–25%
Site of Care  
Ambulatory
70%–75%
Emergency Department
5%–10%
Inpatient
15%–20%

 

 

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