Q) How should you transport amputated finger?
a) Plastic bag with wet ice inside
b) Plastic bag with wet ice outside
c) Plastic bag with dry ice outside
d) Over sterile gauge
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Discuss Proper method for transportation of an amputated body part to maximize replantation success.
Q) False about choledochal cyst is
a) Type IV is also known as Caroli's disease
b) Type I choledochal cyst is the most common type
c) Type III is also called as choledochocele
d) Type II choledochal cyst is diverticular disease
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This question was asked in NEET this year and a similar question on choledochal cyst is already on the website for some time.
Q) Which is the strongest layer of the intestine?
c) Muscularis propria
d) Muscularis mucosa
b) Submucosa is the strongest and most important layer for intestinal anastomosis. It has fibroblasts that will ultimately release collagen and hold the anastomosis together. This layer should be fully incorporated in the anastomosis.
Inverted Vs everted anastomosis of intestine debate has been log going on but now many prefer inverted because mucosa is exposed to mucosa and eventually degrades joining the two submuoca together to cause healing by primary intention.
REF Schakelford: page 923
Q) Bariatric Surgery indications are all except?
b) Medical expenditure decreases
c) Increases life expectancy
d) Decreases comorbidities
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Q) Management of occult breast cancer with N1 lymph nodes:
a) Modified radical mastectomy (MRM) with axillary dissection
b) MRM with radiotherapy to axilla
c) Only axillary dissection with radiotherapy and chemotherapy to axilla
d) Simple mastectomy with chemotherapy
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Q) Which of the following is true about phyllodes tumor?
a) It has a fast spread and is locally invasive
b) It is benign proliferative in ANDI
c) Mammography is diagnostic
d) Young patients less than 20 years old are more commonly involved
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Q . Barrett's esophagus is a premalignant condition. Which of the following statement is false regarding Barrett's esophagus
a) Barrett's mucosa predisposes to Squamous cell carcinoma of esophagus
b) Risk of Cancer is 0.5% per year
c) Prevalence of Barrett's esophagus in general population is 2-7%
Q ) Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) of varicose veins is best suited for those :
a) With needle phobia
c) Excess tortuousity
d) Primary varicose veins
EVLA is thermal ablation of varicose veins in which laser fibre is inserted in the lumen and ablation is done from inside. It is a good modality for primary and recurrent varicose veins and work in both long and short segments.
This treatment is not effective in cases where there is needle phobia or the veins are having excessive tortuousity or thrombophlebitis. This procedure is done under ultrasound guidance and wire is passed from the superficial to the deep veins.
Tumescent local anesthesia also helps
Ref Bailey: Page 909