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    New GYN pts
    Blog: FPMRS Subspecialty Certification Q&A | Posted By: Navpriya Oberoi | Released: October 25, 2014, 7:46 pm

    If patient presents with both prolapse and incontinence, can you add them to both categories?
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    re:ABOG Written exam
    Blog: FPMRS Subspecialty Certification Q&A | Posted By: James P. Theofrastous, M.D. | Released: April 19, 2013, 7:35 am

    As an aging urogynecologist, my time is up & I am required to take the written general exam this year. I called ABOG & was told that if I pass the FPRMS exam, my cycle starts over & I will not have to take the general written exam  for another 6 years. I have not practiced general G

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    FPMRS Boards & General OB-Gyne Boards (MOC part III)
    Blog: FPMRS Subspecialty Certification Q&A | Posted By: Denise M. Elser, M.D. | Released: April 15, 2013, 11:23 am

    Dee- I attended the review course this past weekend.
    Many rumors were flying that if - and I know its a big IF- we sit for the FPMRS boards and pass, that we are then waived from having to take the genl written exam or the MOC part III.
    I don't see anything refererncing this matter on the ABOG web

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    application for the board
    Blog: FPMRS Subspecialty Certification Q&A | Posted By: Mariana Bubucea | Released: March 31, 2013, 4:18 pm

    I am an OBGYN physician. 80 % of my GYN surgeries are for POP. The guidelines for application for UroGyn written board is to be 5 years in practice after residency. Does it mean at the time of application or at the time of exam, because I would have 5 years by June 2014. Could I apply this September

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    June test logistics
    Blog: FPMRS Subspecialty Certification Q&A | Posted By: Christopher James Stanley, MD, FACOG ,FACS, FPMRS | Released: March 29, 2013, 1:47 pm

    I have taken a number of tests at secured centers and all have different manner in how they present the scores. Some post your score at the completion of test and you are informed immediately if you passed or failed. I have had others that stop in midst of test when you have reached a passing score.

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