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SURGERY (last updated: 06.05.18)

  1. Breast tumour also known as breast mouse: Fibroadenoma 
  2. Most common tumour of brain: Secondaries 
  3. Most common tumour of salivary gland: Pleomorphic adenoma 
  4. If stones are in upper ureter, pain is referred to: Testes 
  5. Investigation of choice/ IOC for acute cholecystitis: HIDA scan
  6. Long standing goiter can develop which type of carcinoma: Follicular 
  7. Radio-lucent type of kidney stones: Uric acid & xanthine 
  8. Most common type of primary malignancy of childhood: Wilm's tumour 
  9. Investigation of choice for gall bladder stones/ cholelithiasis: Ultrasonography
  10. Organism causing Fournier's gangrene: Anaerobic streptococci
  11. Which is the narrowest part of urethra: Membranous urethra
  12. Dysphagia lusoria is because of: Aberrant right subclavian artery 
  13. Ocular finding in acute pancreatitis: Purtscher's retinopathy 
  14. Struvite stones occurs due to infection with which organism: Proteus 
  15. Operable inguinal node metastasis in carcinoma penis is which stage: Stage III
  16. On barium studies,which sign is seen in carcinoma head of pancreas: Reverse 3 sign 
  17. Polyamide polymer is used in which suture: Nylon suture 
  18. Ranson score is used for assessing severity of: Pancreatitis
  19. Surgery for achalasia cardia: Heller's myotomy 
  20. Hunner's cystitis is also known as: Interstitial cystitis
  21. Palpable breast mass may be a presentation of: Lobular breast carcinoma
  22. Surgical procedure for hiatus hernia: Nissen's fundoplication 
  23. Score used in appendicitis: Alvorado's score 
  24. Adenoid cystic tumour of parotid tumour may invade: Nerves 
  25.  Herniotomy is done for: Hydrocoele in a child

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