Q) In a patient with a bleeding peptic ulcer, endoscopy is done. Which of the following findings on endoscopy predicts the highest rate of re bleed?
a) Non bleeding vessel
b) Adherent clot
c) Flat pigmented spot
d) Clean base ulcer
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a) Non bleeding vessel IIA - Out of the choices given
Bleeding peptic ulcer is mostly from the posterior surface of the lesion and can be sometimes lethal
Forrest classification is used to grade the risk of re bleeding in peptic ulcers.
According to the stigmata of recent bleed, the chances of re bleed increase.
Ia - Active Spurting
Ib- Active oozing
IIa Non bleeding vessel 50% chance of rebleed
IIB Adherent clot
IIC Flat Pigmented spot
III Clean based ulcer
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Q) IV fluid of choice to increases calories to provide parenteral nutrition by peripheral route is:
b) Lipid Emulsions
c) Arginine in DNS
d) 25% dextrose
Q)Splenic artery aneurysm is seen in
a) Proximal 1/3rd of splenic artery
b) Proximal 2/3 of splenic artery
c) Middle 1/3 of splenic artery
d) Distal 1/3 of splenic artery
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Q) A 50 year old male undergoes pancreatectomy for Carcinoma head of pancreas. His pre op Hb was 9.2g% and during surgery he received 5 units of PRBC. In the post op period on the 2nd day he develops ECG changes. Work up is done for Myocardial Ischemia which is negative. What is the most common cause of ECG changes here
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Q) Regarding gastrinoma what is true?
a) All gastrinomas express SRS receptors
b) In 30 % of cases gastrinomas are not localized intra operatively
c) Levels of serum gastrin more than 100pg/ml are strongly suggestive of gastrinoma
d) Angiography with secretin stimulation is required in all cases for localization of gastrinoma
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Q) In gastric cancer, lymph node station 12 corresponds to
a) Common hepatic
d) Superior Mesenteric
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Q) Median arcuate syndrome is due to compression of
a) Coeliac artery
b) Superior mesenteric artery
c) Phrenic artery
d) Inferior mesenteric artery
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Q) What is true regarding complications of billroth 2 surgery?
a) It has less complications than billroth 1 surgery
b) Recurrent ulceration is more common in the afferent limb as compared to efferent limb.
c) Afferent loop obstruction is more common after billroth 2 surgery
d) Billroth I operation is preferred in scarred duodenum
Answer c -
In billroth 2 surgery, afferent limb obstruction is more common
I n surgery for benign gastric ulcers, billroth I reconstruction is the preferred choice. Billroth II surgery has problems of
Retained antrum syndrome
Afferent loop obstruction
Duodenal stump leak (1-3%)
Billroth 2 surgery is done when there is
1. Inadequate mobility of the duodenum
2. Scarring of duodenum
Complications of gastric surgery
Complications of gastrectomy
Nutritional and weight loss - Iron deficiency, Copper deficiency, Vit B12 , Anemia
Delayed gastric emptying
Roux statsis- Seen in roux en y loops- Pain, nausea, vomiting, abdominal bloating
Cholelithiasis- Higher incidence in roux en y reconstruction as compared to B1 and B 2 gastrectomy
Complications of Billroth 2 surgery
Afferent loop obstruction - It can be minimized by keeping the length of afferent loop less than 20 cm and using a retrocloic approach.
Bile reflux gastritis - More common with billroth I and billroth 2 surgery, incidence is decreasing after the use roux en y anastomosis