GIT & Liver : Theory Questions of DNB

24 September 2012, 13:43

Dr. Tushar Maniar

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GIT & LIVER : DNB Theory Questions

GIT & LIVER : DNB Theory Questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are Questions on GIT & LIVER, asked in DNB Theory Exams. They are arranged topic wise.

1 management of   acute upper GI bleeding Bleeding 2006
2 Define   hematemasis, melena, and hematochezia. A 3 year old child presens with sudden   onset vomiting of blood. Descreibe the approach to this child. Outline the   steps of management. Bleeding 2008
3 SN   pathogenesis of Celiac disease Celiac 1997
4 diagnosis   and management of a child with Coeliac disease Celiac 2006
5 Aetiopathogenesis   and diagnosis of Coeliac disease Celiac 2007
6 SN  choestatic jaundice Cholestasis 2000
7 SN   neonatal cholestasis  syndrome Cholestasis 2001
8 List   the causes of infantile cholestasis. Provide an algorithm for the diagnosis   of infantile cholestasis. Cholestasis 2004
9 SN   pathogenisis of persistent diarrhea of infancy DIARRHEA 1996
10 SN   persistent diarrhoea DIARRHEA 1999
11 enumerate  the etiology and discuss the pathogenesis   of acute diarrhea. Describe the approach to management of a child with acute   watery diarrhea. DIARRHEA 2004
12 a   one year old infant weighing 5.5 kg presents with acue dysentry and severe   dehydration . Discuss his complete management DIARRHEA 2006
13 approach   and management of child with persistent diarrhea DIARRHEA 2006
14 SN   gastro esophageal reflux GER 2000
15  SN laboratory findings of fulminant hepatic   failure Hepatic failure 1998
16 Define   fulminant hepatic failure and outline the staging of severity of hepatic   encephalopathy. Discuss the steps in its management. Hepatic failure 2005
17 SN   – diagnosis of carbohydrate intolerance Intolerance 1995
18 SN  laboratory diagnosis of lactose intolerance Intolerance 1996
19 SN  lactose intolerance Intolerance 2001
20 Define   malabsorption. Enlist the generalized and specific malabsorption states.   Discuss the investigative plan for a child with generalized malabsorption. Intolerance 2008
21 Discuss   the etiology diagnosis and management of recurrent abdominal pain in   children. Pain 2001
22 Define   recurrent abdominal pain and list the dignostic features of functional RAP.   Suggest a plan for investigations and managing a 10 year old girl with RAP. Pain 2009
23 SN   pathophysiology of portal hypertension Portal HT 1998
24 Discuss   the causes clinical features and mangement of portal hypertension in children Portal HT 2004
25 Diagrammatically   represent the portal venous system and the sites of porto systemic vascular   anastomosis in portal hypertension, discuss the types cause and   pathophysiolgy of portal hypertension. Portal HT 2007
26 Define   neonatal cholestasis. Outline clinical features & scheme for evaluation   of a neonate with cholestasis. Cholestasis June.11 2+3+5
27 Describe   the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis& treatment of antibiotic associated   diarrhoea. diarrhoea Dec.10 1+2+3+4
28 Describe   the types of diarrhoea with examples. Discuss their pathophysiological   mechanism. Diarrhoea Dec.11 5+5
29 Outline   the etiopathogenesis of chronic diarrhoea & provide a scheme of   investigation for a child with chronic diarrhoea. Diarrhoea June.11 5+5
30 Enlist   the functions of pancreas. Outline the pancreatic function tests & their   implications in paediatric practice. GIT Dec.10 4+6
31 Enumerate   the causes,& discuss the types, pathogenesis & evaluation of ascites   in children. GIT Dec.11 2+2+3+3
32 Etiology,   pathogenesis, clinical features and management of acute pancreatitis in   children. git June.10 2+2+2+4
33 Outline   the management of an 8 year old child with acute liver cell failure &   hepatic encephalopathy. Liver Dec.10 10
34 Describe   clinical laboratory & radiologic evaluation of possible liver dysfunction   in children. Liver Dec.11 3+4+3
35 Outline   the differential diagnosis of tender hepatomegaly. Describe the management of   liver abscess. liver June.10 5+5
36 Write   in brief the etiopathogenesis, clinical manifestations of Wilson’s disease.   Outline the desired investigation helpful in making a diagnosis of Wilson’s   disease. Wilson June.11 3+3+4

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