Presentation:  Impact of PCOS
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1. Regarding PCO, criteria for diagnosis include which of the following?

a. Irregular cycles

b. Clinical or laboratory evidence of elevated male hormones (i.e., testosterone)

c. Terminal hair growth, not fuzzy hair

d. Ultrasound findings: 12 or more antral follicles (2-10mm) in one or both ovaries, or ovarian volume >10 cm3

e. All of the above

2. A 28-year-old woman with a long history of irregular cycles with bleeding lasting more than 10 days occurring every 2–6 weeks, and unprotected intercourse for 2 years presents with infertility. Testing that should be done before starting ovulation induction includes:

a. An MRI of her uterus

b. An endometrial biopsy

c. Antiphospholipid antibody testing

d. Factor V Leiden mutation

e. A gen probe test to rule out chlamydia