QUUIZ – UWS second yr GIT 1. The most common cause of intestinal obstruction is: A. Adhesions B. Hernia C. Volvulus D. Neoplasms 2.

Which of the following listed drug is given with bismuth salt in helicobacter pyroli infection: A. Antacids B. Antibiotics C. Proton-pumb inhibitor D. H2-receptor antagonists 3. Which type of diarrhea is caused by increased production and secretion of water and electrolytes by the intestinal mucosa in to the intestinal lumen: A. Osmotic diarrhea B. Mixed diarrhea C. Secretary diarrhea D. Diarrhea disease 4. Of the following listed insulins, which is most rapid acting; A. Ultralente B. NPH C. Regular D. Humalog 5. Which of the following categories of laxatives act by drawing water in to the intestine by osmosis? A. Bulk-formimg (Metamucil) B. Faecal softeners C. Stimulants (bisacodyl) D. Saline agents (milk of magnesia) 6. Celiac sprue is an example of which category of malabsorption: A. Mucosal disorders causing generalized malabsorption B. Post-operative malabsorption C. Infectious diseases causing generalized malabsorption D. Luminal problems causing malabsorption 7. Which of the following terms is used to describe chronic liver disease in which scar tissue surrounds the portal areas: A. Compensated cirrhosis B. Alcoholic cirrhosis C. Biliary cirrhosis D. Postnecrotic cirrhosis 8. Which of the following is a hormone secreted by posterior pituitary: A. Somatostatin B. Vasopressin C. Calcitonin D. Corticosteroids 9. Which of the following listed drug is a proton pump inhibitor? A. Pantoprazole

the irrigation tube must be inserted to the stoma by A. Which of the following terms is used to refer intestinal rumbling which accompanies diarrhoea? A. Tenesmus B. Vomiting C. Which of the following clinical features is associated with Type I diabetic mellitus? A. For irrigating colostomy. Tenesmus B. Borborygmus C. Hemorrhage 13.B. Familial polyposis D. Weight loss D. Requirement for oral hypoglycaemic agents B. high fibre diet C. Rare ketosis D. Acromegaly D. Famotidine 10. 3” D. Sucralfate D. Azotorrhoea 15. Azotorrhoea 14. Ranitidine C. The term used to refer to ineffectual straining at stool is: A. 2-3 hours after meals B. Diverticulitis D. Presence of islets antibodies C. 4” 11. 5” B. History of lung cancer 12. Dwarfism 16. Low fat. Cretinism C. 2” C. Which of the following disorder is caused by excessive producing of somatotropin? A. Adrenogenital syndrome B. Obesity . Which of the following listed is a risk factor for colorectal cancer? A. Diverticulitis D. low protein. Age younger than 40 years B. Borborygmus C. A patient with duodenal ulcer will likely experience: A.

Regional enteritis (Crohn’s Disease) is characterised by: A. mushy C. Gastric ring application 19. Amylase C. Severe diarrhoea 22. Diffuse involvement C. Addison’s disease B. The recommended procedure for long-term weight loss is A. which one exerts their primary action by stimulating the pancreas to secrete insulin? A. semi-musy D. Cushing’s diasease . Fluid B. Lipase 20. Exacerbations and remissions D. Vertical banded gastroplasty D. Addison’s disease C. Thiazolidinediones 21. Grave’s disease D. Hashimoto’s disease B. Which of the following disorders are characterised by a group of symptoms produced by an excess of free circulating cortisol from the adrenal cortex? A. The faeces expelled through colostomy following sigmoid colostomy is often: A. Sufonylureas D.17. Of the following listed oral hypoglycaemic agents. Alpha glucosidase inhibitors C. Roux-en-Y C. A condition characterised by inflammation of thyroid gland. Grave’s disease D. Trypsin B. Transmural thickening B. Biguanides B. Hashimoto’s disease C. Cushing’s diasease 23. resulting in hypothyroidism: A. solid 18. Secretin D. The digestion of protein is facilitated by: A. jejuno-ileal bypass B.

Low and intermittent D. The patient complains of pain in the calf when his foot is dorsiflexed (Homan’s sign) B. High and intermittent C. Chvostek’s sign B. the palm remains blanched when pressure is placed over the radial artery (Allen’s test) D. High-carbohydrate C. A test in which a sharp tapping over the facial nerve just in front of the parotid gland and anterior to the ear causes spasm or twitching of the mouth.24. Low and continous B. Which of the test is performed last in a series? A. which type of suction pressure and control is used? A. nose and eye. Trousseau’s sign is positive when: A. After making a clenched fist. Oral cholecystogram 28. High and continuous . Fat-free D. The presence of mucus and pus in the stools suggests: A. nose and eye is: A. Inflammatory colitis D. Low-residue 30. Barium swallow D. the patient should take: A. A sharp tapping over the facial nerve just in front of the parotid gland and anterior to the ear causes spasm or twitching of the mouth. Barium enema C. Intestinal malabsorption C. Trousseau’s sign 27. What type of diet is prescribed for a patient for the evening meal who is to undergo cholecystogram the next day? A. Homan’s sign C. Carpopedal spasm is induced by occluding the blood flow to the palm for 3 minutes and with the use of blood pressure cuff 25. For the first 4 to 6 weeks following colostomy. A patient is advised to do the following diagnostic tests. For the purpose of stomach decompression using nasogastric tube. Low-protein B. Disorder of the colon B. Small bowel disease 26. Liquid 29. Low-protein B. High-carbohydrate C. Low-calorie D. (Chvostek’s sign) C. Gall bladder series B. Allen’s test D.

A 7. A 22. A 15. D 30. D 6. A 27. A 14. A 10.C .C 16. B 19. B 8. C 29. B 17. C 12. B 24. A 20. D 23. B 9. D 5.C 28. C 21. B 13. B 3. D 18. C 4. A 2. D 25.1. C 11. C 26.

What type of diet should be provided to the patient sheduled for oral choleycystogram on the evening before the test? A. forming bile and lipase B. High-protein B. Disacharide stored in liver. Barium swallow D. Oral choleycystogram 2. Pepsin. Synthesied in blood. High and intermittent C. Polysacharides C. Which is the appropriate mode of suction pressure and control indicated for stomuch decompression? A. Intestinal juice B. Barium enema C. stored in liver. pepsin and rennin 6. Junction between ileum and large intestine C. lipase and rennin C. Glycogen is: A. Which ones are absorbed in the alimentary tract without any breakdown? A. Appendix 7. reacts with amonia to form protein C. Low-residue 4. Proteins B.Swelling in the gut D. Polysacharide synthesised and stored in liver 8. High-carbohydrate C. What type of diet is indicated for a patient with colostomy for the first 4 to 6 weeks foolowing the surgery? A. Low-calorie D. fat soluble vitamins D. lipase and lipase D. High-carbohydrate C. which test to be performed at the last? A. lipase and renin B. and muscle to provide glucose. Low and continous B. Trypsin. Gastric juice contains: A. Synthesised in liver. Liquid 3. D.1. Trypsin. Albumin of egg . Trypsin. High and continous 5. If all the following diagnostic tests are done in the same patient. Fat-free D. Succus entericus is the name given to: A. source of energy. Low-protein B. low and intermittent D. Gall bladde series B.

9.3 10. Bile functions D. 11. 3. Cellulase C. rennin and lipase? A.5 kg D. Produced in stomuch D. Trypsin 12. Proteolytic enzymes C. Enzymes D.9. Digestive hormones secretin and cholecystokinin are secreted by: . 0 kg B. 7.5 kg 14. Choose the correct pair A. Protein-Amylase C. Amphetamine D. Average human liver weighs: A. Vitamins B. Inducing peristalsis C. Release of insulin 13. Platelets B. Human digestive juice lacks: A. pH suitable for ptylin action is: A. 6. Erythrocytes 17. Srotonin C. Leucocytes C. Sucrase 16. Controlling blood pressure B. Cobalamine is required for the formation of: A. Lymph D. 1. 5.2 D.8 C. Digesive juice contains catalytic agents called: A. secretion of cholecystokinin is for: A. Maltase-Lactose 10. What is common among amylase. Rennin-Casein B. secretin B. Nitrates 15.0 kg C. Which is a spcific gastric hormone? A. Hormones C. Carbohydrate-Lipase D. Amylase D. Act at pH lower than 7. Lactase B. 6.8 B. 0. All proteins B.

Liver B. Number of milk teeth in an toddler is: A.Pernicious anaemia B. Vit B2 -. 20. Kidney . Lung D.A. Duodenum 18.Beri-beri D. 12 B. 46 19. Pancreas C. Glisson's capule is associated with: A.Loss of appetite C. Oesophagus B. Which is NOT correctly matched? A.Pellagra 20. C. 32 D. Ileum D. Vit B1 -. Stomuch C. Vit B6 -. Vit B12 -.

B 16. D 8. A 6. D 18. A 12. C 14. C 15. C 5. B 19. A 7. D 4. C 13. C 2. A 10. C 3. D 20. A . B 11. D 17. C 9.1.