Blunt colon injury

Q) 45 year old male with 24 hour  old blunt colon injury is explored and found to have limited spillage of contents. There is no other intra abdominal injury. Haemodynamically stable.  He has received three units of blood transfusion. Ideal management at surgery would be ?

a) Resection and Anastomosis

b) Resection anastomosis with loop ileostomy

c) Resection and Hartmanns

d) Ileostomy

INI GI Surgery

Sabiston page 422

EHPVO with Portal Hypertension

Q) An young male with cholangitis, EHPVO + Portal Biliopathy was drained with a plastic biliary stent next step?

a) Repeat biliary Stenting every 3 months then followed up

b) Replace plastic to bare metal stent

c) Prepare for Lineorenal shunt surgery

d) Do MRCP and proceed accordingly


Points  about Portal Biliopathy

Portal biliopathy (PB) is a clinical condition defined as the presence of abnormalities in the biliary tree (including biliary tree and gallbladder) in patients with non-cirrhotic/non-neoplastic extrahepatic portal vein obstruction (EHPVO) and portal cavernoma.

The spectrum of biliary abnormalities include both  intra- and extra-hepatic biliary stenosis (single or multiple)

With or without consensual above dilation

Bile duct wall irregularity or thickening

Bile duct angulation

Varicose veins located at the ductular walls and gallbladder

 

MELD Scoring – Liver Transplant

Q) True about MELD scoring system is all except

a) MELD score less than 15 not included in list of liver transplant recipients 

b) Additional points given for renal failure

c) Predicts mortality for 3 months

d) HCC with cirrhosis exception points are given