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Gastrointestinal System Question Set 2

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    The lecture Gastrointestinal System Question Set 2 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Gastrointestinal System – USMLE-Style Questions.


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    1. Non tropical Sprue
    2. Tropical sprue
    3. Whipple’s Disease
    4. Small Intestinal bacterial overgrowth
    5. Irritable bowel disease
    1. Amoebiasis
    2. Ulcerative colitis
    3. Crohns disease
    4. Diverticulosis
    5. Salmonellosis
    1. Hemochromatosis
    2. Psychogenic erectile dysfunction
    3. Wilsons disease
    4. Chronic hepatitis
    5. Porphyria cutanea tarda
    1. DNA mismatch repair
    2. Inhibitor of apoptosis
    3. Cytoskeletal stability
    4. RAS cycle transduction inhibitor
    5. Inhibits progression from G1 to S phase
    1. Upper esophageal web
    2. Esophageal carcinoma
    3. Lower esophageal spasm
    4. Lower esophageal ring
    5. Failure of the relaxation of lower esophageal sphincter
    1. Disturbed intestinal motility
    2. Lactase deficiency
    3. Lack of nerve plexus in submucosa
    4. Ischemia to Colon
    1. Decrease in beta oxidation
    2. Increase in glycolysis
    3. Increase in beta Oxidation
    4. Increase in gluconeogenesis
    5. Decrease in electron transport chain
    1. CD4+ cell
    2. NK cell
    3. CD14+ cell
    4. CD19+ cell
    1. Cytoplasmic fatty vacuolization in hepatocytes and swollen mitochondria
    2. Iron accumulation and proliferation of Smooth endoplasmic reticulum.
    3. Hepatic granulomas
    4. Bridging hepatic necrosis and fibrosis
    5. Hepatocytes proliferation
    1. Diverticulitis
    2. Chronic inflammatory bowel disease
    3. Cancer of the colon
    4. Hypothyroidism
    5. Irritable bowel syndrome
    1. Anti SS-B antibody
    2. Anti double stranded DNA
    3. Anti centromere antibody
    4. Anti -Scl 70 antibody
    5. Anti -Jo-1 antibody
    1. Mucosal atrophy
    2. Increased number of intraepithelial lymphocytes
    3. Crypt hyperplasia
    4. Reduced height of villi
    5. Cuboidal appearance of surface epithelial cells
    1. Gilbert syndrome
    2. Physiological jaundice
    3. Crigler – Najjar syndrome type I
    4. Crigler – Najjar syndrome type II
    5. Hemolytic anemia
    1. Crigler – Najjar syndrome type I
    2. Gilbert syndrome
    3. Neonatal jaundice
    4. Crigler – Najjar syndrome type II
    5. Hemolytic anemia.
    1. α1-antitrypsin deficiency
    2. Dubin – Johnson syndrome
    3. Gilbert syndrome
    4. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency
    5. Hepatitis C
    1. Primary biliary cirrhosis
    2. Hepatitis A
    3. Hemolytic anemia
    4. Crigler – Najjar syndrome type I
    5. Gilbert syndrome
    1. Primary sclerosing cholangitis
    2. Hepatitis A
    3. Hepatitis B
    4. Primary biliary cirrhosis
    5. Hepatitis E
    1. No therapy indicated
    2. Phenobarbital
    3. Phototherapy
    4. Plasma exchange transfusion
    5. Inhibitors of heme oxygenase
    1. Plasma exchange transfusion
    2. Phenobarbital
    3. Continuation of phototherapy
    4. Furosemide
    5. No therapy
    1. Autosomal recessive
    2. Autosomal dominant
    3. X-linked
    4. Y-linked
    5. Codominant
    1. Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)
    2. Echosonography of the abdomen
    3. CT of the abdomen
    4. Liver biopsy
    5. Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography
    1. Onion skin fibrosis (concentric periductal fibrosis)
    2. Mononuclear cell infiltrate and apoptotic hepatocytes
    3. Damage of the basement membrane of the biliary ducts and reactive hyperplasia of the epithelial lining
    4. Small drops of fat all over the liver tissue
    5. Normal finding
    1. Ischemic colitis
    2. Pseudomembranous colitis
    3. Appendicitis
    4. Crohn’s disease
    5. Perforated duodenal ulcer
    1. Paracentesis
    2. Esophagastroduodenoscopy
    3. CT scan of the head
    4. Serum ammonia level
    5. Therapeutic trial of lactulose
    1. Drotrecogin alfa
    2. Surgical consultation
    3. Broad-spectrum antibiotics
    4. Abdominal radiograph
    5. Intravenous fluid
    1. ERCP – Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
    2. HIDA scan
    3. Antibiotics and observation
    4. Hepatitis serologies
    5. Serologies for antimitochondrial antibodies
    1. Gilbert’s syndrome
    2. Cholelithiasis
    3. Crigler-Najjar syndrome type 1
    4. Dubin-Johnson syndrome
    5. Medication-induced hemolysis
    1. Acute hepatitis C infection
    2. Acute hepatitis B infection
    3. Acute hepatitis A infection
    4. Budd-Chiari syndrome
    5. Acetaminophen ingestion
    1. Forced cough elicits abdominal pain.
    2. Hyperactive bowel sounds are heard on auscultation.
    3. Bowel sounds are not observed on auscultation.
    4. Rectal examination shows hemepositive stools
    5. Pain is arousing with gentle intensity/pressure at the costo-vertebral angle.
    1. Adenovirus
    2. Influenza virus
    3. Enterovirus
    4. Metapneumovirus
    5. Rhinovirus
    1. Medications
    2. Crohn’s disease with ileitis
    3. Lymphocytic colitis
    4. Lactose intolerance
    5. Carcinoid tumor
    1. Cryptosporidia
    2. Campylobacter
    3. Entamoeba
    4. Escherichia coli
    5. Shigella

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