questions: 1- Appearance of skull Xray in MM: Lytic lesions 2- High Ca, High ALP, normal PO4 : 1ry hyperparathyroidism 3-Artery liable to injury during ligation at SFJ (I did it wrong, but I think the correct answer is superficial external pudendal a) 4- Lesion at anal verge, what is the LNs involved 5- Lytic metastatic bone lesion, what is most probable primary :breast 6-pathology associated with Crohn's disease :granulomatous inflammation. 7- Cells forming giant cells: macrophage 8- Colorectal Ca going through to mesentry with 2 LNs involved : Duke C 9- Pancreatic tumor with groin and buttock rash seen at dermatology : glucagonoma 10- Athlete died during footbal game: ?intercerbral Hge/? subarachnoid hge 11-artery involved with patient coming with leg weakness: ? ACA 12- tendon involved in anatomical snuff box: extensor pollicis brevis 13- Patient with enlarged lateral and 3rd ventricles: stenosis at aquecuct of Sylvius. 14- Thyroid carcinoma with cervical LNs metastasis: papillary thyroid CA. 15- Intracranial bleeding with unilateral dilated fixed pupil: trantentorial herniation. 16- Deprssed skull fracture at vertex, which vein involved : SSS 17- Nerve injured in posterior triangle of the neck: spinal accessory N. 18- Golf player had blow to the face, probable EO muscle injury, which investigation: US 19- Inhaled FB, where it will settle: right lower lobe 20- Nerves supplying anal sphincter: S2,3,4 21- Catheterizing a male, what is the tightest part: membranous urethra 22- perinural parotid tumour: ?pleomorphic adenoma 23- Slim tall pregnant lady with chest pain: ? aortic dissection (probable Marfan syndrome) 24- prgnant lady with shock: ? acute massive PE 25- pregnant lady with pleuritic chest pain, haemoptysis: ? pulmonary infarction 26- 19 years old boy post appendecectomy, poor UOP: 500 mls gelo 27- Post stroke gentleman, day 7, not eating: consider PEG tube 28- daily requirment post op patient: 1 L saline+ 1.5 L hartmann's 29- 45 years old gentlema, known Barrett's oes, high grade dysplasia : ? for oesophagectomy 30- Advanced Ca oes with solitar liver met:? stent 31- A lady with known iron defeciency and dysphagia oes varices 32- young lady, chest pain, normal ECG and enzymes: oes spasm 33- Newborn, respiratory distress, trachea shifted, displaced cardiac apex: ? congenital diaphragmatic hernia 34-Newborn, cyanotic, improves with crying: ? subglottic stenosis 35- Newborn, unable to pass NG, air in stomach: congenital oes atresia with tracheo-oes fistula. 36- embryonic origin of right and left pul arteries. 37- Tumour marker for medullary thyroid CA: calcitonin 38- Tumour marker for pheochromocytoma: VMA 39- Prolonged constipation, LIF pain, fever: diverticulitis 40- Drug used in ITU , important in septic shock: noradrenaline 41- Post thyroidectomy teacher, unable to sing: unilateral external laryngeal N injury 42- Vomitting, abdo pain, swelling at reversal of colostomy site: obstructed incisional hernia 43- Pfannenstiel incision, which layer divided: ? rectus sheath 44- Upper midline incision, which layer divided: linea alba 45- Bullet going through junction of linea semilunaris and costal margin on right side, which structure injured: GB 46- Structure at medial part of femoral ring: lacunar lig 47- pu;sating neck swelling, confirmed by angio: carotid a aneurysm 48- Enlarged tender liver, multiple lesions, calcification: ? hydatid disease 49- 11 years old child, painful scrotal 3 mm swelling, separated from testis: torsion hydatid of Morgagni 50- Man acute scrotum, oedematous, tender hemiscrotum: ? testicular torsion 51- big painless scrotal swelling: hydrocele 52- painless swelling above testis: ?epidydimal cyst 53- 26 years old male, rapidly growing swelling within testis: ? testicular tumor 54- site of ectopic testis: ? base of penis 55- footballer with twisting injury and tenderness just proximal to medial part of knee joint: ? medial collateral lig injury 56- structure felt in PV anteriorly at level fo cervix:? dome of bladder/ ? base of bladder 57- Artery injured in upper chest wall below clavicle: ? thoracoacromial a.