Presentation on theme: "GI In-Service Review F.A.D.Dizon. 1. In children, this radiographic finding ( with arrows ) is usually characteristic of: A.Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis."— Presentation transcript:
1. In children, this radiographic finding ( with arrows ) is usually characteristic of: A.Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis B.Annular Pancreas C.Duodenal Atresia D.All of the Above
2. Which of the following are true regarding annular pancreas EXCEPT: A.A small annular filling defect in the upper midportion of the descending duodenum with massive dilatation of stomach and duodenal bulb B.At the level of the annulus, there is retraction of duodenum toward the head of the pancreas by the encircling tissue. C.A notchlike defect with central luminal narrowing, generally 5 cm long; the diameter of the duodenal lumen to the annulus is normal. D.None of the above.
3. Which of the following statements are TRUE regarding Duodenal Ulcers? A.A typical acute ulcer shows a niche with a mound caused by adjacent inflammatory edema. B.Thickened folds often radiate toward the ulcer crater C.Most duodenal ulcers are smaller than 1 cm in diameter. D.All of the above.
4. An UGIS was done on a patient complaining of epigastric pain. The following supports the benign nature of this ulcer : A.An ulcer within the lumen of the stomach B.width of the ulcer greater than depth C.(+) Hampton’s Line D.All of the above.
5. Carcinoids of the duodenum most commonly involves which particular segment? A.1 st part B.2 nd part C.3 rd part D.4 th part
7. A 7 year old who had a vehicular accident. CT was done. What is the pathology?
8. A patient presented in the ER due to weight loss, steatorrhea and abdominal distention. Which of the following UGIS findings are consistent with Celiac Disease? A.Duodenal Fold Thickening B.Dilated small bowel C.Ilealisation D.All of the above