Case Discussions in Obstetrics and Gynecology is an ideal combination of evidence-based knowledge and years of clinical experience of faculty in patient management and conducting both undergraduate and postgraduate exams. It includes recent advances in this field which might not be included in the textbooks. The approach in this book is problem based and tells how a list of differential diagnosis can be eliminated step-wise before clinching the diagnosis. In standard textbooks the approach is retrospective that is, what symptoms and signs can be found or expected in a particular pathology. The book is in the form of question and answers to make it more problems based and telling the art of postgraduate and undergraduate exams and reaching a clinical diagnosis. Learning to diagnose a patient via a systematic approach is the key and basis of proper management. Many of the students after clearing the exam will go out in the society and practice what they have learnt during the course of their postgraduate training. Having a scientific basis made easier will help them to diagnose and treat patients correctly to their fullest capability.