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Anatomic Disorders

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Congenital anatomic disorders of the female reproductive tract may result from which of the following mechanisms?

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a. Genetic mutation

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b. Developmental arrest

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c. Abnormal hormonal exposure or exposure to environmental insults

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d. All of the above

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Both urinary and genital systems develop from which of the following cell types?

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a. Ectoderm

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b. Endoderm

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c. Mesoderm

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d. None of the above

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Which of the following organs is correctly paired with its embryologic origin?

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a. Uterus—mesonephric duct

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b. Bladder—mesonephric duct

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c. Kidney—paramesonephric duct

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d. Testes and ovaries—genital ridge

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Up to what percentage of women with uterovaginal malformations have associated urinary tract anomalies?

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a. 5 percent

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b. 25 percent

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c. 50 percent

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d. 75 percent

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Embryos of male or female gender are indistinguishable from each other until which number of weeks of development?

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a. 7

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b. 10

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c. 12

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d. 14

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Which of the following statements is true regarding the role of the sex-determining region Y (SRY) in the sexual differentiation of humans?

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a. The SRY acts as the testis-determining factor.

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b. Without the influence of SRY, gonads develop as testes.

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c. The SRY is located on the Y chromosome and is the only gene responsible for sex determination.

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d. None of the above

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Antimüllerian hormone is involved in all of the following EXCEPT:

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