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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What starts the day in the gynecology rotation?
2. What happened to Barb's condition by the time Konner returned to his rotation?
(a) She was hospitalized for further complications.
(b) She was involved in a car accident.
(c) She was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimers.
(d) She regained her health.
3. What did the residents explain to the daughter of the woman suffering with terminal cancer?
(a) When her mother could be released back to her home.
(b) Why her mother should be allowed to die.
(c) What surgery and chemotherapy would cost.
(d) What heroic measures could still be taken.
4. How does Konner characterize Dr. Brass?
5. What was the treatment Dr. Brass recommended for the Pickwickian syndrome case?
(a) An anti-cancer drug.
(c) Talk therapy.
(d) Antipsychotic drugs.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of approach did Dr. Harrison rule out for Charlotte?
2. How was Konner involved in the birth of Barbara and Stan's second child?
3. What was the topic of the article titled 'Med School, Heal Thyself'?
4. What does Konner say made his rounds poignant when he was working with Dr. Downing?
5. What did Konner suffer from on his trip to Galen the day after his ob/gyn rotation?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Konner's experience with Big Red?
2. Describe the laparotomy Konner assisted in.
3. How does Konner characterize Dr. Sally Brass?
4. What was unique about Konner's first week in obstetrics?
5. How did Konner and Dr. Corwin treat the patient with Pickwickian syndrome?
6. Describe Konner's last elective rotation.
7. How does Konner describe his reasons for not practicing?
8. Describe Konner's conversation with the friend who wanted to apply to med school.
9. What African ritual does Konner describe relative to birth?
10. What was Charlotte's ultimate outcome?
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