Category: SURGERY

Abdominal Regions

Abdominal Regions The Abdomen Is Divided into Nine Abdominal Regions By Two Horizontal And Two Vertical Lines.  Two Horizontal Lines 1. Transpyloric Line ( Midway Between Xiphisternum & Umbilicus ) 2. Transtubercular Line ( At The Level Of The Two Tubercles On The Iliac Crest About 2 Inches Behind The Anterior Superior Iliac Spine )

Daily Quiz [Surgery]

Daily Quiz Surgery (23-  06- 2017) 1. Most common site of Curling’s ulcer a. Ileumb. Stomachc. Duodenumd. Esophagus 2. Most common site of a peripheral aneurysma. Femoral arteryb. Radial arteryc. Popliteal arteryd. Brachial artery 3. Glomus tumour is seen ina. Liver b. Adrenals c. Pituitary d. Finger 4. Most common site of cholangiocarcinoma a. Distal biliary duct b. Hilum c. Intrahepatic ductd  Multifocal 5. Nicoladoni sign is also known asa. Murray sign

Daily Quiz [Surgery]

Daily Quiz Surgery (12-  06- 2017) 1. Gold standard investigation for recurrent gastrointestinal stromal tumor is a. MRIb. MIBGc. USGd. PET CT 2. Non progressive contraction of Esophagus area. Primaryb. Secondaryc. Tertiary d. Quaternary 3. Most common cause of acute measenteric ischemia isa. Artrial thrombosis b. Venous thrombosis c. Embolism d. Non occlusive disease 4. Most common site of cholangiocarcinoma a. Distal biliary duct b. Hilum c. Intrahepatic ductd. Multifocal 5. Survival in unresectable GB ca isa. 4-6months

Daily Quiz [Surgery]

Daily Quiz Surgery (30-  05-  2017) 1. Ideal age for orchidopexy for cryptorchidism is a. At 6-10 yrsb. At 1-2 yrsc. At puberty d. <1 yr of age 2. Most common complication after ERCP isa. Acute pancreatitisb. Acute cholangitisc. Acute cholecystitis d. Duodenal perforation 3. Colonic diverticulosis is best diagnosed by a. Colonoscopy b. Nuclear scan c. Barium enema d. CT scan 4. Stone which is resistant

Daily Quiz [Surgery]

Daily Quiz Surgery (19- 05- 2017) Which is not a premalignant condition Bowen’s diseaseLeukoplakiaAcanthosis nigricansSolar keratosis Vitamin deficiency seen in short bowel syndrome KB12AD Prostate cancer is best diagnosed by PSATRUSFNACDRE Most common complication of hiatal hernia EsophagitisAspiration pneumonitisVolvulousEsophageal stricture Most common site of felon is Index fingerRing fingerLittle fingerThumb Thanks…Correct Answers pattern- cbbad Thank

How To Prepare Surgery For Medical PG Entrance

How To Prepare Surgery For Medical PG Entrance Almost 30-40 Questions Are  Asked From Surgery In All Medical PG Exams. Important Topics Of Surgery For Medical PG Entrance Exams Important Topics Of Surgery For Medical PG Entrance Exams General Surgery 1.Burns 2.Wound Contamination 3.Surgical Site Infection 4.Nutrition. Abdomen Surgery 1.Different Types Of  Cancers 2.Prognostic Factors For The

Kidney Stones

Kidney Stones Classification Types Constituents Seen In Calcium Based Stones Calcium Oxalate/ Calcium Phosphate Radiopaque Most Common Kidney Stone Hypercalcemia, Hypercalciuria And Hyperoxaluria Uric Acid Stones Uric Acid Radiolucent Most Common Radiolucent Kidney Stone Gout, Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome & Myeloproliferative Disorder Struvite Stones Magnesium, Ammonium & Phosphate Radiopaque Staghorn Calculi Develop In Alkaline Urine associated with


Hemorrhoids Alternative Names Rectal Lump Piles Lump in the Rectum Definition Dilated or enlarged veins in the lower portion of the rectum or anus. Two Types Internal- Under the skin External- Around the anus Grades I.Haemorrhoids only bleed II.Prolapse and reduce spontaneously III.Require replacement IV.Permanently Prolapsed Frequency 10 million Peak ages: 45-65 years ½ of