Risk for gall bladder perforation

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Q) High risk for gall bladder perforation and stone spillage are all except? AIIMS 2020 a. Trainee surgeon b. Brown stones c. More than 10 stones d. Cholecystitis  

Lesion at floor of mouth

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Q) 56 year old male with 4cm Floor of mouth cancer , invading mandilbe. 2cm lymph node left side of neck, Management will be  A. Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy (RT)  B. Surgery followed by RT C. RT D. CHEMO ALONE

Papillary carcinoma thyroid

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Q) 40yr old lady 2X 2 Solitarty thyroid nodule left lobe. FNAC shows  classic type of papillary  carcinoma . Usg no neck nodes. Management    

Small Intestine diverticulum

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Q) Small intestine diverticula true statement is  a. Meckel is Most common and jejuno ileal is least common but most symptomatic b. Meckel is true and congenital and rest are false and acquired c. 1-5 % Duodenal ones require endoscopic or surgical treatment d. All Meckel’s resected unless strong Contraindication is there  

Hypokalemia

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Q) Not a cause of hypokalemia a) RT aspiration b) Metabolic acidosis c) Insulin d) Hyperaldosteronism b – Metabolic acidosis  

Poor prognosis in Colorectal cancer

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Q) Which of the  following is not a poor prognosis factor in  stage ii colon cancer a) Lymphovascular invasion b) Present with obstruction and perforation c) Less than 12 lymph node extraction d) Poor differentiation with chromosomal instability  

Rectal Intussusception

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Q) Pick the true statement about rectal intussusception a) It is a rare finding in defecography b) When found, it is found to be a common cause of refractory constipation c) Biofeedback therapy and fibre intake is the mainstream treatment of choice d) Rectopexy has had good long term results