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Q12) a 50 year old man with road side accident and injuries on right chest and femoral fracture, He is conscious,  BP is 80/60 , Pulse 104/min, and chest expansion is reduced. JVP is not visible and heart sounds are normal. Respiratory rate is 22/min

What does he have

a) Left heart failure

b) Fat Embolism

c) Pneumothorax

d) Fluid loss


ERCP in pancreatitis

Q) All are true about ERCP in pancreatitis except

a) Not useful in patient with multiple strictures and stones

b) Ductal stenting associated with changes of c/c pancreatitis in 50%

c) In pts with pancreas divisum minor duct sphincterotomy causes significant pain relief irrespective of size of duct

d) Pain relief with endoscopic intervention occurs irrespective of relief of ductal pressure/ decrease in duct size

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Pancreatic  ductal  obstruction  by  fibrotic  stenoses  and/or  calculi are  the  most  frequent  indications  for  endoscopic  therapy.

Multiple strictures and stones are not amenable for endoscopic therapy ....................

Tropical Pancreatitis

Q) All are true about tropical pancreatitis except?

a. Associated with Tapioca.
b. Patients have  large stones with fibrosis.
c. Cancerous

d) Onset of disease at 50 years 

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Onset 50 years

Tropical pancreatitis is an  idiopathic disease which begins in teens.  It has a high association with diabetes and Pancreatic duct calculi. It is common in South India, Asia, Africa and central America




Hydrocarbons exposure

These patients have increased risk of cancer

It is associated with SPINK 1 mutation



Poor Prognosis in colon polyp

Q) All are poor prognostic factors in colonic polyp except?

a) Poorly diff in the head

b) Moderately differentiated polyp

c)  Involving the stalk

d) Margins positive


Poor prognostic factors in a polyp aare

1. histologically  poorly  differentiated invasive  carcinoma

2. cancer  cells  observed  in  the lymphovascular  spaces,  there  is  a  more  than  a  10%.......... 

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Duodenal injury

Q) Duodenal injury management false

a ) Circumferential skeletonization is required

b ) All duodenal repairs require some form of drainage

c) All hematomas near the pancreas requires exploration to check for serosal integrity

d) Most common location is the second portion