Gastric Lymphadenopathy

Q ) which is one of the  criteria for diagnosis of gastric lymphadenopathy
a. mesenteric lymphoadenopathy
b. hepatic involvement

c. general lymph adenopathy
d . blood count within normal limt

Ans d

Dawson criteria

(1) absence of peripheral lymphadenopathy at the time of presentation;

(2) lack of enlarged mediastinal lymph nodes;

(3) normal total and differential white blood cell count

(4) predominance of bowel lesion at the time of laparotomy with only lymph nodes obviously affected in the immediate vicinity; and

(5) no lymphomatous involvement of liver and spleen


Hypovolemic Shock

Q) Which of the following is the correct physiological change during hypovolemic shock?

A)Increased cardiac output.

B)Decreased vascular resistance.

C)Decreased venous pressure.

D)Increased venous saturation.