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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When did Konner begin his gynecology rotation?
(a) Groundhog's day.
(b) Valentines day.
(c) Independence Day.
(d) Christmas day.
2. How does Konner say Dr. Greenspan was embroiled in a controversy?
(a) He faked some research results.
(b) He defended a subordinate.
(c) He pursued a staff member.
(d) He published others' work.
3. What could Konner do for Stan while Barb was suffering complications?
(a) Commandeer nurses and hospital resources.
(b) Provide emotional support.
(c) Contact experts in the field.
(d) Translate medical jargon.
4. What was John Brandt's approach, which influenced Konner?
(b) Behavioral therapy.
(c) Electroshock therapy.
(d) Psychodynamic interpretation.
5. What did Konner suffer from on his trip to Galen the day after his ob/gyn rotation?
(a) Back pains.
(b) Chest pains.
(c) A cold.
(d) Gastric distress.
6. How long was Konner away from the hospital for, as a result of this nomination?
(a) 24 hours.
(b) 18 hours.
(c) 36 hours.
(d) 48 hours.
7. What does Konner say is the typical method of childbirth in the U.S.?
(b) Heavily sedated.
(c) Full-conscious with pain drugs.
(d) Fully-conscious, without drugs.
8. What was the treatment Dr. Brass recommended for the Pickwickian syndrome case?
(a) Antipsychotic drugs.
(b) An anti-cancer drug.
(d) Talk therapy.
9. What was Ringler's approach to his patients?
(a) Keep them guessing about his approach.
(b) Let them heal themselves.
(c) Make clear deals with them.
(d) Break them down to build them up.
10. What is the fourth year of med school designed to do?
(a) Give medical students responsibility for patient care.
(b) Give medical students a break before they are responsible for patients.
(c) Allow students to broaden their experience before seeing patients of their own.
(d) Develop skills without direct responsibility.
11. What causes Pickwickian syndrome?
(a) Brain degeneration.
(b) Thyroid imbalance.
(c) Traumatic experiences.
12. Where does Konner work on his non-surgical afternoons?
(a) The outpatient gynecological lab.
(b) The library.
(c) The emergency room.
(d) The family planning clinic.
13. What does Konner say he believes about obstetrics?
(a) It should be run by scientists.
(b) It should be focused on preventative health and health maintenance.
(c) A woman's reproductive system should be allowed to run its course without interference.
(d) It should be practiced by women.
14. What was Konner nominated for?
(a) A Pulitzer Prize.
(b) A prestigious medical honor.
(c) A National Book Award.
(d) A military appointment.
15. What comment about Charlotte was red-penciled off her chart?
(a) She is willing to work to improve her condition.
(b) She is friendly and cooperative.
(c) She cannot tolerate her own image.
(d) She appreciated kind attention.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who gave the order to have Geraldine intubated?
2. What complications did Konner's friend Barb suffer after giving birth?
3. What field did Konner study after OB/GYN?
4. What did the residents explain to the daughter of the woman suffering with terminal cancer?
5. What are newborn babies assessed for?
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