NEET SS 23 Test 7


Spleen and Adrenal  from Sabiston , General Surgery Bailey chapters 16,  BUrns  from  Schwartz

Spleen and Adrenal from Sabiston, Burns from Schwartz, Bailey chapter 16

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1. Q) What is the blood loss in class III shock


2. Q) Most common indication for spelnectomy in haematological disorders?


3. Q) MOst common tumor involving the spleen is ?


4. Q) Chemical burns , Which agent is known to cause Hypocalcemia?


5. Q) WHat is seen in electrical burn injuries?


6. Q) Pathology tissue analysis without fixation is required for ?


7. Q) Not an Adjunct which has been shown to decrease fluid requirement in Burns patient?


8. Q) 40 year old male with large mass in the Right Flank. There are features of cushing syndrome and evaluation shows Right adrenal irregular mass. What is the treatment of Adrenocortical carcinoma


9. Q) Most common cause for splenic abscess is ?


10. Q) Accessory spleen is not seen at 


11. Q) A 34 year old male has blunt trauma abdomen with splenic  Parenchymal laceration involving segmental or hilar vessels producing >25% devascularization. What grade is it 


12. Q) Advantage of cytology over histopathology sample is ?


13. Q) What is true regarding calculation of burn size area?


14. Q) Which topical cream can be used in eschar?


15. Q) 50 year old female with hypertension. She is diagnosed as a  case of Pheochromocytoma. What is not true about the perioperative management?


16. Q) WHich of the following is not correct regarding blood supply of spleen?


17. Q) Least common site of metastasis for malignant pheochromocytoma?


18. Q) A 30 year old man is trapped in a house fire and sustains 30% partial and full thickness burns to his torso and limbs.
Three days following admission he has a brisk haematemesis. Which of the following is the most likely explanation for
this event?


19. Q) A 50 year old lady is admitted with recurrent episodes of non-specific abdominal pain. CT  scan was performed. This demonstrates a
1.5cm nodule in the right adrenal gland. This is associated with a lipid rich core. Urinary VMA is within normal limits.
Other hormonal studies are normal. Diagnosis?


20. Q) Which of the following is not true for OPSI


21. Q) True about burn wound management is?


22. Q) Not true about D/D of incidentally discovered adrenal mass?


23. Q) WHich hereditary syndrome/gene is not implicated with pheochrmocytoma?


24. Q) True about grafting in burn wounds is?


25. Q) Risk of infection is most in which type of tissue sample?


26. Q)  55-year-old male smoker with no previous medical history comes with abdominal pain  CT shows a 2.5-cm left adrenal mass What is the next step in the management ?  


27. Q) 40 year old male undergoes adrenalectomy for pheochromocytoma 

In the post op period he complains of sweating and headache several hours following his operation. His blood pressure is 130/65 mmHg, heart rate is 85 beats/min, and respiratory rate is 12 breaths/min. What is the most likely cause of his symptoms?


28. Q) 48year-old patient presents after being burned in a house fire.

The patient has  circumferential burns around both legs, the anterior torso and abdomen, and the circumferential left arm.

Additionally, the patient has painful erythema involving the circumferential right arm. What is this patient’s %TBSA?


29. Q) True statement about splenic cyst is?



30. Q) Which is not a cause of thrombocytopenia?


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