a) Renal Failure
b) Cardiac failure
c) Respiratory Failure
d) Uncontrolled Coagulopathy
Q4. All of the following have been used in management of Acute Pancreatitis except
Q5. Which of the following is not true for ectopic pancreas
a) Stomach and duodenum are the most common site
b) Ectopic pancreas appears as a submucosal irregular nodule in the wall
c) Islet tissue is present in all the organs where ectopic pancreas is present.
d) Ulceration, bleeding and obstruction are the most common symptoms
Q6. Nealon's classification is used for
a) Acute pancreatitis
b) chronic pancreatitis
c) pseudocyst pancreas
d) alcoholic pancreatitis
PANCREAS MCQ ANSWERS
In adenocarcinoma of pancreas both environmental and genetic factors play a causative role. The most commonly associated risk factor for adenocarcinoma of the pancreas is smoking. The incidence of adenocarcinoma of the pancreas is directly related to the number of pack years smoked. Diabetes Mellitus and Chronic pancreatitis are somewhat doubtful etiological factors.
Genetic mutations associated with adenocarcinoma of pancreas are
1 PRSS mutaion
2. STK 11
Diabetes does not have a direct causative role in carcinoma pancreas
Anterior and Posterior Superior Pancreaticoduodenal artery & vessels are derived from coeliac artery.
Anteior and Posterior Inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery & vessels are derived from Superior Mesenteric artery.
Splenic artery supplies the body and tail of pancreas. Dorsal pancreatic artery usually arises from the splenic artery, near its origin from the celiac trunk. A right branch of the dorsal pancreatic artery supplies the head of the pancreas and usually joins the posterior arcade.
The gastroduodenal artery gives origin to the supraduodenal, retroduodenal, and posterior superior pancreaticoduodenal (PSPD) arteries. The gastroduodenal artery ends by dividing into the right gastroepiploic and anterior Superior pancreaticoduodenal (ASPD) arteries.
PSPD (Postero Superior Pancreaticodeuocenal Artery) is a branch of gastroduodenal and not Superior mesenteric artery
The anterior inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery arises from the SMA at or above the inferior margin of the pancreatic neck