Q) Not true about Non Obstructive Mesenteric Ischeamia (NOMI)
a) Occurs due to treatment with vasopressors
b) Occurs in cardiac shock
c) Can occur in Burns
d) Hypercoagulable state maybe responsible for NOMI
Q 35) To prevent bile reflux gastritis in RYGB, false is
a) Jejunum divided at 45cm from the DJ
b) Roux loop length is 40 cm and above
c) Enteroenterostomy done at 45cm from the GJ
Answer q 35
Q) What is the management of achalasia cardia with perforation ?
a) Suture ligation of the perforation
b) Suture ligation with myotomy on opposite side with fundoplication
c) Suturing with fundoplication
Q) Which of the following statement is incorrect for GI bleeding?
a) Clear nasogastric aspirate rules out Upper gi bleed
b) RBC scan detects bleed upto 0.1-0.5 ml/min
c) Angio detects 0.5-1 ml/min
d) UGI bleed is responsible for 15% of haematochezia
Q ) Antral GIST 1cm incidentally found on UGIE. True regarding its management
a) Surgical resection resection of GIST (More questions on GIST here)
b) Endoscopic resection
c) Resection required if EUS suggests irregular border with cystic spaces
d) Endoscopic surveillance, if size >2cm then resect
Answer ( You need to be a premium member to see this)
GIST are usually found in the stomach (40% to 60%), small intestine (30%), and colon (15%). Clinically they appear in patients older than 50 years.
They generally have an equal male-to-female ratio or a slight male predominance.
They are rarely associated with familial syndromes such as GISTparaganglioma syndrome (Carney triad), neurofibromatosis 1, and von Hippel-Lindau disease, but most develop de novo.