OSCE station. Urodynamics.
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I don't think this station has yet featured in the exam.
It could be a station with an examiner, or one with role-player and examiner.
As an examiner I would favour just having the examiner.
Then the candidate could be asked to point out the features of the print-out.
And to explain what they mean.
Whereas with a roleplayer, they would just explain what it means without any technical details.
Either way, I would guess that you would be given a batch of symptoms.
Then you would be asked what investigations you would arrange.
With the role-player, the examiner would tell you the results.
And hand you the urodynamics print-out.
A patient presents with a history of frequency and urgency of micturition and some urge incontinence.
Discuss the management with the examiner.
Equally it could be a role-player, in which case it would be:
take an appropriate history,
explain the investigations you would arrange,
discuss the results of the investigations with the patient - these will be given by the examiner on request.
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