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   Related posts: Surgical Management of Zenker’s diverticulum Complications of Meckel’s diverticulum Meckel’s diverticulum Complications of duodenal diverticulum

Intestinal TB

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Q) False about intestinal TB 1. Hyperplastic variety has colonic strictures 2. Raised markers,anaemia,positive sputum culture point towards diagnosis 3. BMFT shows pulled up cecum 4. IFN gamma assay Related posts: Intestinal adaptation

Enteropathy in T cell lymphoma

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Q. Not true about enteropathy in T cell lymphoma a) It is an  variant of intestinal lymphoma mainly in jejunum and ileum b) Associated with coeliac disease c) Perforation is frequently seen with ETL (Enteropathy T cell lymphoma) d) This type of lymphoma is common Questions 1-6 Jejunum (free)  Related posts: Round cell tumors Gastric lymphoma Gastric Lymphoma Anal canal lymphoma

Indications of Small Bowel transplant

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Q ) One of the following is not an indication for small bowel transplant a)  Impensing liver failure by PNALD b) Multiple thromboses of central veins  c)  Single episode of catheter-related infection requiring hospitalization in any year d) single episode of fungal line infection     Related posts: Indications of Liver transplant Auxillary liver transplant Small bowel syndrome Bowel segment which recovers from paralytic ileus

Ingested foreign bodies

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Q) False statement about ingested foreign bodies is  a) Conservative management in most patients b)  Cathartic agents are part of conservative management c) Sharp objects can cause perforation d) Laparotom  is  indicated for  obstruction   Related posts: Foreign body esophagus Complications of duodenal diverticulum EUS criteria of malignant lymph node

Contra Indication of stricturoplasty

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Q) All are contraindications of stricturoplasty in crohn’s disease of small intestine except? a) Perforation of intestine b) Fistula or abscess at stricturoplasty site c) Multiple strictures in short segment d) Albumin < 2 g/dl   Related posts: Strictureplasty in Crohn’s disease Q) Not an indication of surgery in hydatid cyst liver

Intussusception in childhood

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Q) Most common intussusception in children is a) Ileocolic b) Ileoileal c) Ileoileocolic d) Colocolic Answer for premium  Related posts: Rectal Intussusception

GIST

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Q) True statement regarding GIST is  (AIIMS 2019) a) 80% of GIST arise from stomach b) ILeal GIST is resistant to Imatinab c) Leiomyosarcomas do not express CD 117 d) Prognosis of GIST does not depend on the site of lesion  Answer is in the button below and can be seen only when you are a premium member and logged in [ Related posts: GIST Stomach GIST stomach GIST

Acute Mesenteric Ischemia

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Q ) Treatment of choice in Acute Mesenteric Ischemia a) Anticoagulation b) Iv fluids and antibiotics c) Revascularisation and Resection d) Angiographic infusion of papaverine Answer Related posts: Non obstructive mesenteric ischemia Acute mesenteric ischemia Most common cause of acute mesenteric ischemia Clinical Marker of Myocardial Ischemia

Roux stasis

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Q) True about Roux stasis syndrome a) Dilated Roux limb present b) Can be prevented by inter positioning 20 cm jejunum between stomach n duodenum c) Delayed gastric emptying of solids d) It is not related to the size of gastric remnant Answer Related posts: Roux en Y Gastric bypass Roux en Y gastric bypass Surgery Complications of Billroth 2 surgery

Small bowel syndrome

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Q) Drug combination not recommended for diarrhea in the early treatment of SBS a) Loperamide and PPI b) Loperamide and octreotide c) Octreotide and PPI d) Cholestyramine and Oxalate Answer Related posts: Indications of Small Bowel transplant SMA syndrome Bowel segment which recovers from paralytic ileus Bowel preparation before colon surgery