General Surgery questions 1-20 (2019)

NEET 2019 - General Surgery Q1-20

Questions 21-40      Previous General Sx

Q1 A person undergoes  renal transplant 10yrs back. He  presents with fever weight loss and chest CT showing nodules and mediastinal lymphmodes, most likely organism responsible?
a) CMV
b) Ebstein Barr Virus

c) Hsv

d) Pneumocystitis 

Q2. In Intra op Air embolism  which position the anesthetist turn the patient to

Ans Left lateral with head down

Q3.Regarding succinylcholine all options are correct except?

a) Bradycardia

b) Malignant hyperthermia
c) Histamine release
d) Hyperkalemia

Q4) ETCO2-PaCo2 Nomal value?

Q 5) question on Dermoid cyst with CT image
Implantation Dermoid or
Sequestration Dermoid?


Q6) Chovstek sign with normal calcium seen in


Q7. Acute suppurative cervical adenitis in children. caused by
1. streptococus A and staph

Q8) All of the following are used for Nutritional Assessment except

a) Albumin

Q9) Thromobelastography true is
1. External pathway only involved
2. Internal pathway invovled
3. only platelet function is seen
4. Viscoelastic properties

Ans d

Q10) Question on clinical features of zenker diverticulum  and Killian's dehiscence with image

Link to image

Clinical features of Zenker

Q11 ) which is one of the  criteria for diagnosis of gastric lymphadenopathy
a. mesenteric lymphoadenopathy
b. hepatic involvement

Q12) What is not true about warfarin therapy
1. Stopped 3 to 4 days before surgery.
2. Vit k is used for short term reversal
3. Heparin Should be used as bridge therapy

Ans12 b

Vit K is used for short term reversal

Discussed here 

ref schwartz

13. which of the following oral hypoglycemics stopped in lactic acidosis
ans metformin
ref bailey


Q14. Haggitt classification of  Polyps


Haggitt classification of polyps containing cancer according to the depth of invasion

Level 0: Carcinoma does not invade the muscularis mucosae (carcinoma in situ or intramucosal carcinoma)

Level 1: Carcinoma invades through the muscularis mucosae into the submucosa but is limited to the head of the polyp

Level 2: Carcinoma invades the level of the neck of the polyp (junction between the head and stalk)

Level 3: Carcinoma invades any part of the stalk

Level 4: Carcinoma invades into the submucosa of the bowel wall below the stalk of the polyp but above the muscularis propria

Q15 ) Image small bowel obstruction

check how to differentiate between small bowel and large bowel obstruction

Q16) Medullary carcinoma thyroid, what test is not done

a) Calcitonin

b) Glucagon

c) VMA


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