Immunosuppression

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Q) False regarding immunosuppresant medicines ? a. MMF is a reversible inhibitor of IMD-DH b. Both Cyclosporine  and tacrolimus inhibit NF-KB and its downstream effects c. Everolimus acts on FKBP12To inhibit Calcineurin activity d. ALG are more used in pancreas transplant

Ciclosporins

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Q) Not true about ciclosporin use in liver transplant a) It exerts its effect the same way as tacrolimus b) Nephrotoxicity is the main notable side effect c) Both tacrlimus and ciclosporin have equal rates of preventing acute rejection d) Hypetrension, DM and dyslipidemia are other common side effects  

Allograft Rejection

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Q) Which of the following is false regarding HLA in graft rejection? a) HLA (Human leucocyte antigen) is the most common cause of graft rejection b) They mainly serve as antigen recognition unit c) HLA also serve as effector cells  d) They are highly polymorphic

Pediatric liver transplant

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Q  ) Most common indication for Pediatric liver transplant (DNB SS)  A. Biliary atresia B. Metabolic diseases C. Alagille syndrome D. HCV Free answer  a  Biliay atresia MOst common cause or liver transplant in children. Presents as persistent jaundice after birth. Etiology is not clear Findings include absent extrahepatic ducts and gallbladder. Biopsy is diagnostic

Post transplant malignancy

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 Q ) Most common malignancy in post-transplant individuals A. PTLD B. Skin- Squamous cell carcinoma C. Kaposi sarcoma D. CNS Lymphoma Answer for premium 

Primary Graft non function

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Q) Causes of primary graft non function are A/E a) Recipient with renal failure b) Microsteatosis > 60% c) Cold ischaemia time > 12hrs d) Non heart beating donor Premium answer Discuss the causes of PNF-Primary non function of liver

Banff Score

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Q) Banff Scoring system is for a) Acute pyelonephritis b) Chronic glomerulonephritis c) Acute Rejection d) Chronic renal graft rejection Answer check Discuss what is banff score What is the need of banff score What are the components What is the significance

Living Donor liver transplant

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Q) Living donor liver transplant (LDLT) is done in centers where cadaveric donations are few. Which of the following is true about it? a) Only right lobe of the donor can be used b) Only left lobe can be used c) In LDLT bile leak is more than cadaveric donor d) Small for size liver is defined as liver size less than 0.5% of recipient BSA Answer