Q) True about lymphoma of the colon
a) MOre common in females
b) Most common in 3rd and 4th decade
c) Most common site is caecum
d) T cells are most commonly involved
Q) Xeloda Regimen is
a) Continuous 5 fU infusion
d) fluropyradmidine and Capecitabine
Q) WHich of the following is not a histological feature of Crohn disease of the bowel
c) Crypt Abscess
d) Goblet cell atrophy
Q) Not a significant factor for prognosis in colorectal metastasis?
a) Involved lymph node in primary
b) Metachronous lesion
c) Synchronous lesion
d) Size more than 5 cm
Q) Role of cetuximab in CA colon is in
A. Wild type KRAS
B. KRAS MUTATION
C. Early ca colon
D. Stage 3 colon cancer
Q) Total Proctocolectomy is required for which of the following ? ( MCH GI Surgery Question- Click here for all)
Snippet -- HNPCC- Lynch syndrome patients develop colorectal and extracolonic cancers at a young age. It accounts for approximately 3% of all CRCs, and 10% to 19% of CRCs diagnosed before age 50. Read on..........
Q) Not seen in cowden syndrome
C. CA breast
D. Bowel malignancy
Malignancy risk in CS is significant outside the GI tract. Women have a 50% lifetime risk of developing breast cancer ...............
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Q) . True about colonic lymphoma
A. Mostly T cell type
B. Most common in females
C. Most common site caecum
D. Common in 3rd and 4th decade