Pulmonary embolism

 Q) Indication of IVC Filter in a  40 year old male

A. Recurrent thromboembolism despite adequate anticoagulation

B. Deep venous thrombosis in a patient well controlled by anticoagulation

C. Presence of DVT

D. All of the above



Diverticulitis of colon

Q) False  about diverticulitis of colon

a) Diverticulitis results from the perforation of a colonic diverticulum,

b) MOst common site is sigmoid and descending colon

c) CT scan is the diagnostic modality of choice

d) Sigmoidoscopy should be done in all cases urgently


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Haemangioma of the liver

Q) True about 5 cm haemangioma of the liver 

a) 50% of symptomatic haemangiomas of the liver will still have some other intra abdominal cause

b) They should be operated because of high risk of rupture

c) 2-5% of these can turn to be malignant

d) Radiation gives the best results

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Bilious vomiting child

Q) Previous healthy infant presents at 6 weeks with bilious vomiting. What is the diagnosis?

a) Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis

b) Intussusception

c) jejunal atresia

d) Midgut Volvulus

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Abdominal Compartment Syndrome

Q) What is not a management option in Abdominal compartment syndrome?

a) Drainage of Intra abdominal collections

b) Muscle relaxation

c) Mesh closure

d) High PEEP

Ans d)  

Intra Abdominal Hypertension leads to Abdominal Compartment syndrome.

The decision to intervene surgically is not based on IAH alone but rather on the presence of organ dysfunction in association with IAH. Few patients with a pressure of 12 mm Hg have any organ dysfunction, whereas IAP greater than 15 to 20 mm Hg is significant in every patient

With grade III IAH, decompression may be considered when the abdomen is tense and signs of extreme ventilatory dysfunction and oliguria develop. In grade IV IAH, with signs of ventilator and renal failure, decompression is indicated

Measures to lower IAH are implemented are 

• Drainage of intra-abdominal fluid collections

• Muscle relaxation Avoid primary closure of the incision—laparotomy or mesh, Bogota bag, biologic mesh, or vacuum-assisted closure.


Genetic mutation in sporadic pancreatic cancer

Q) Initializing mutation in Carcinoma head of pancreas is of which gene?  Questions on pancreas

a) p53

b) Kras 

c) CDKN 2A

d) DPC 4

Acute Mesenteric Ischemia

Q ) Treatment of choice in Acute Mesenteric Ischemia

a) Anticoagulation

b) Iv fluids and antibiotics

c) Revascularisation and Resection

d) Angiographic infusion of papaverine


Appendicular carcinoid

 Q) Not true about carcinoid appendix?

a) Seen in 2% of appendicectomy specimens where appendicectomy was done for acute appendicitis

b) Bigger the size of carcinoid, more is the lymphadenopathy

c) 5 HT is the most common vasoactive petide produced in carcinoid syndrome

d) MOst commonly seen in distal 1/3 of appendix


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Whipple triad

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Malabsorbtive procedure in bariatric Surgery

Q) Malabsorbtive  procedure in bariatric Surgery

a) Biliopancreatic division

b) Roux en Y Gastric bypass

c) Sleeve gastrectomy

d) LAp band