Mrcs part a april 2012

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    1. Warm peripheries…..Septic shock
    2. NA in septic shock
    3. Immediate response to blood loss……sympathetic response
    4. Angiotensin II …vasoconstriction
    5. Response to shock…..renin angiotensin system
    6. Hypovolemic shock
    7. Septic shock
    8. Neurogenic shock
    9. Latex allergy
    10. Stroke volume….70 ml/min
    11. Paired t test
    12. Unpaired t test
    13. Out come audit
    14. Structure audit
    15. Process audit
    16. ……audit
    17. Intussuception
    18. Juvenile rectal polyp
    19. Anal fissure
    20. Inflammatory bowel disease
    21. Unilateral cleft lip…….maxillary process and median nasal process
    22. Posterior urethral valves
    23. Urethral stricture
    24. Bladder cancer
    25. Proteus….renal stone
    26. Glomerulonephritis
    27. Pre renal failure
    28. 75 kg, 22% burns……5 to 7 L/24 hours electrolyte containing fluid
    29. 85 kg, 19% burns……5 to 7 l/24 hours electrolyte containg fluid
    30. Full thickness bur…..split thickness graft
    31. Basal cell ca…….advancement flap
    32. Wound debridement and closure
    33. Wound debridement and secondary intention healing
    34. Necrositing fasciitis
    35. Hirudinitis suppurativa
    36. Clostridial myonecrosis
    37. Serum calcium high, phoapous high, pth high, renal failure…..Teritiary hyperparathyroidism
    38. Pth function….activation of 1,25 hydroxy calciferol
    39. Conn syndrome….hypervolumia
    40. Adrenal 1.5 cm mass….nonfunctioning adrenal adenoma
    41. Lactic acid……anaerobic glycolysis
    42. Metabolic alkalosis…..nasogastric aspirate
    43. Metabolic acidosis….DKA
    44. COPD…. Respiratory acidosis
    45. COPD….respiratory acidosis
    46. COPD…..type 2 respiratory failure
    47. Pulmonary embolism….respiratory alkalosis
    48. Increased fev1 and fvc……COPD/asthma/fibrosing alveolitis/bronchiectasis/pte
    49. Lung volume on spirometry Maximum inspiration to maximum expiration……Maximum voluntary ventilation
    50. During CPB, axillary artery exposure……structure not seen…axillary lymphnoodes/
    51. Left internal thoracic artery branch of subclavian artery…..immediate branch at origin
    52. Hemopneumothorax drainage……5th ics mid axillary line
    53. Pericardial tamponade drainage…..no answer
    54. Type of lung cancer in heavy smoker, hilar mass, massive mediastinal nodal mass, histologically….small cell ca
    55. Chronic smoker….bronchial metaplasis…reversible nonstratified squamous epithelium
    56. Peutz jaugher’s syndrome
    57. Familial adenomatous polyposis
    58. Colonic polyp is due to…..apoptosis/calcification/degeneration/metaplasia/dysplasia
    59. Testicular mass, normal tumor markers, histology….classic seminoma
    60. Testicular injury, painless testicular mass, left supraclavicular node…..seminoma
    61. Brest cancer tumor marker…no answer
    62. Testicular malignant teratoma tumor marker…afp
    63. Metastatic colon cancer tumor marker…..cea
    64. Hepatocellular cancer…afp
    65. Rectal cancer 11 cm from anal verge….anterior resection
    66. Peritonitis due to perfoarated diverticular disease….hartman operation
    67. Testicular descent…gobernaculam
    68. Testicular torsion
    69. Neonatal hydrocele….processus vaginalis
    70. Anal intra epithelial neoplasia
    71. Cancer at anal verge….inguinal lymphnodes
    72. Aortic aneurysm near SMA pushing LRV

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