Thank you for watching the video of Workshop 9 filmed at ICS 2018, Philadelphia. You can now assess yourself by undertaking a short multiple choice questionnaire. This will help you identify how much you learnt from the workshop. If you wish you can enter your name and email at the end and the ICS office will send you a certificate to state that you have undertaken the test. Please note this workshop is not currently accredited for online CME.

Good luck and have fun!

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* 1. In comparing radiation and surgery in the treatment of cervical cancer, which of the following is true?

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* 2. Strategies for decreasing urinary toxicity from radiation, including all of the following except:

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* 3. In evaluating patient urinary toxicity from radiation, the best methods include:

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* 4. What are the most common lower urinary tract dysfunctions in cervical cancer patients >3 years after isolated pelvic radiation?

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* 5. What are the most common lower urinary tract dysfunctions in cervical cancer patients >3 years after isolated radical hysterectomy?

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* 6. In the published literature, there are published clinical trials on the use of which of the following specifically in women following pelvic radiation?

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* 7. Vaginal symptoms following pelvic radiotherapy include vaginal mucus discharge, bleeding, dyspareunia

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* 8. What percent of patients report late toxicity of vaginal radiation such as fibrosis?

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* 9. Risk factors for sexual dysfunction after pelvic radiation therapy include

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* 10. Which of the following is true regarding the known effects of radiation therapy on the pelvic floor musculature:

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* 11.  It is recommended to use a dilator everyday during the first year following radiation therapy: true or false

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* 12. To improve urinary incontinence symptoms after gynaecological cancer treatments, a physiotherapist may use different modalities. Which of the following modalities is the only one that is currently supported by evidence?

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