1q: The minimum amount of blood required to cause malena ?
a. 20 ml
b. 40 ml
c. 60 ml
d. 150 ml
2q: What is the most common cause of bleeding per rectum in a 5 year old child ?
a. Anal fistula
b. Meckel's diverticulum
c. Anal fissure
d. Rectal polyp
3q: What is the most common malignancy of liver?
a. Hepatocellular carcinoma
4q: Which of the following statements is false regarding carcinoid tumors?
a. Involve the mucosa
c. Small intestinal carcinoids are of fibrosing variety
5q: What is the most common site of perforation in a peptic ulcer ?
a. Anterior of the first part of duodenum
b. Posterior of the first part of duodenum
6q: Large breast is not a feature of which carcinoma
a. Large fibroadenoma
b. cystosarcoma phylloides
d. Scirrhous carcinoma
7q: What is the treatment of choice for medullary carcinoma of thyroid?
a. Total thyroidectomy
b. Subtotal thyroidectomy
8q: Which of the following is not an absolute contraindication for organ donation?
a. Cardiopulmonary arrest for 15 minutes
c. Malignancy ( except primary brain tumors and low grade skin melanoma )
d. Age of the patient greater than 70
9q: Which of the following is false regarding Hirschsprung's disease?
a. Auerbach's plexus is absent
b. Small intestine is not involved
10q:All of the following are common complications of femoral vein catheterisation except
11q: A 2.5 cm stone is found in the renal pelvis of a child. What is the best management?
12q: Most common cause of post renal acute renal failure?
a. Renal stones
b. Retroperitoneal fibrosis
c. Bladder neck obstruction
d. Urethral stenosis
13q: Which of the following is false regarding blunt trauma to the pancreas?
a. Pancreatic necrosis can occur
b. Most commonly presents as an isolated pancreatic injury
14q: Treatment of choice for a 8mm stone in the CBD?
b. endoscopic bile duct exploration
15q: Which of the following is false regarding Oesophageal injury?
a. Penetrating injury is the most common type of injury
b. Barium swallow is used for diagnosis