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Exam Title : Gastrointestinal/Hepatic, biliary and pancreatic systems/ Abdomen/Anal canal


Number Of Question : 94
Question #1: Non progressive contraction Esophagus are
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
Quaternary
Question #2: Best test to diagnose gastroesophageal reflux disease and quantify acid output:
Esophagogram
Endoscopy
Manometry
24 hours pH monitoring
Question #3: A 50-year old male presents with large bowel type diarrhea and rectal bleeding. On sigmoidoscopy, a cauliflower-like growth is seen in the rectum. Colectomy specimen on histopathology shows adeno-carcinoma. Which of the following prognostic investigations is not required?
Micro-satellite instability
v-myc mutation
EGER mutation
k-RAS mutation
Question #4: All of the following modalities can be used for in situ ablation liver secondaries, except
Ultrasonic waves
Cryotherapy
Alcohol
Radio-frequency
Question #5: A patient undergoes a prologed and complicated pancreatic surgery for chronic pancreatitis. Most preferred route for supplementary nutrition in this patient would be
Total Parentral Nutrition
Feeding Gastrostomy
Feeding Jejunostomy
Oral feeding