2411. Pigmented gall stones are related to ________.

A. Age
B. Diet
C. Cirrhosi
D. Haemolytic disease *

2412. Indication for gall stone dissolution include ________.

A. Radiolucent stone
B. Functional gall bladder
C. Unfit/unwilling for surgery
D. Small multiple stones
E. All of the above *

2413. The classical triad of choledochal cyst is _________.

A. Jaundice, pain and right hypochondriac mass *
B. Jaundice, hepatomegaly and pain
C. Jaundice, Pancreatitis and hepatomegaly
D. All of the above

2414. The most popular form of choledocal cyst drainage is ________.

A. Total Excision of cyst
B. Choledochocysto entersotomy
C. Choledochocysto jejunostomy *
D. None of the above

2415. Appendicitis in the elderly is more serious becuase _______.

A. Gangrene and perforation are more frequent
B. Poor localization of infection
C. Diminished vascular supply
D. All of the above *

2416. Acute appendicitis diagnosis is _________.

A. Clinical *
B. Laboratory
C. Radiological
D. All of the above

2417. Radiological diagnosis of appendicitis is based on _________.

A. Fluid level in caecum
B. Localize ileus with gas in caecum
C. Fecolith in right iliac fossa
D. All of the above *

2418. Recurrent attacks of appendicitis occurs due to __________.

A. Endometriosis of appendix
B. Torsion of appendix
C. Intussusception
D. Diverticulum of appendix *

2419. Most common tumour of appendix is __________.

A. Leiomyoma
B. Carcinoid *
C. Adenomatous polyp
D. Villous adenocarcinoma

2420. The cell constituents of carcinoid tumour are _________.

A. Argentaffin cells
B. Kulchitsky cells
C. 5 HT cells
D. All of the above *