Superior Vena cava Syndrome

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Q) What is the definitive management option for the superior vena cava syndrome? A)Bed rest and oxygen administration B)Diuretic therapy C)Prophylactic anticoagulant D)Removal of the underlying  malignancy

Medullary carcinoma thyroid

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Q) Medullary carcinoma thyroid, what test is not done (NEET 2019)  a) Calcitonin b) Glucagon c) VMA d)

Cytotoxic T cells

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Q) Cytotoxic T cells act against A.membrane antigens B.cytosolic antigens c)Nuclear Antigens d. Ans a  

Management of Cholangiocarcinoma

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Q) False about management of cholangiocarcinoma? a) Resection can be done in  absence of histological diagnosis b) External  radiotherapy better than brachytherapy c) Lobar hepatectomy can be done d) None    

Lymph nodes in neck

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Q) Most common site for lymph node spread is ? (head and neck Onco)  a) Tongue b) Lip c) NAsopharynx d) Glottis

Propofol In Surgery

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Q) False about the use of propofol as anesthetic drug in surgery a) It is short acting and used in Iv sedation b) It is a good analgesic and preferred in all surgeries c) Propofol infusion syndrome is rare but fatal d) Propofol is a bronchodilataor

Central Mesocolic excision

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Q) False about Complete Mesocolic Excision A. Proposed by Hohenberger B.Central venous ligation is done. C. Nodal yield improves D.Dissection is below fascia of toldt   

Genetics ca rectum

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Q) Good prognosis seen in – ca rectum. A) MSI-H B) MSI-L C) BRAF D) KRAS