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(Single Best Answer) Question 531: A truck driver hit his chest against the steering wheel and sustained multiple rib fractures. His vitals are stablel however, the injured side of the chest shows paradoxical movement. The chest X-ray shows no evidence of haemothorax or pneumothorax but there is a large pulmonary contusion. The most appropriate treatment will be ?
A) Tracheostomy, mechanical ventilation and positive end-expiratory pressure ventilation
B) Stabilisation of fractured ribs with towel clips
C) Immediate operative stabilisation
D) Insertion of an intrathoracic drain
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(Single Best Answer) Question 532: All of the following signs are considered in Alvarado score for acute appendicitis except ?
A) Elevated temperature
B) Right iliac fossa tenderness
C) Rebound tenderness
D) Rectal tenderness
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(Single Best Answer) Question 533: A 30-year-old patient developed haematuria following a blunt injury to the abdomen. The patient is haemodynamically stable. However, the ultrasonographic examination reveals a perirenal collection which measures 4 X 4 cm. The patient is best managed by ?
A) Immediate laparotomy and repair of the renal injury
B) Renal angiography and embolisation of the bleeding vessel
C) Percutaneous nephrostomy and drainage of the haematoma
D) Nonoperative management
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(Single Best Answer) Question 534: An inhalation injury may result in which of the following ?

1. Thermal burn to the upper airway

2. Thermal burn to the bronchial tree and lungs

3. Chemical burn to the bronchial tree

4. Chemical burn to the lungs

Select the correct answer using the code given below:
A) 1 and 2
B) 2 and 3 only
C) 1, 3 and 4
D) 2, 3 and 4
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(Single Best Answer) Question 535: Inhaled foreign bodies are more likely to enter the right main bronchus than left because ?
A) the right main bronchus is longer, wider and horizontal
B) the right main bronchus is shorter, wider and nearly vertical
C) the right main bronchus is shorter, narrower and horizontal
D) the right main bronchus is shorter, posterior and horizontal
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(Single Best Answer) Question 536: Structures that do not come during surgery for vasectomy ?
A) Testicular artery
B) Ilioinguinal nerve
C) Autonomic nerves
D) Pampiniform plexus
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(Single Best Answer) Question 537: A 50 year old female has undergone mastectomy for Carcinoma of Breast. After Mastectomy, she is not able to extend, adduct and internally rotate the arm. There is damage to nerve supplying which muscle ?
A) Latissimus dorsi
B) Pectoralis major
C) Teres minor
D) Long head of triceps
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(Single Best Answer) Question 538: Abbey-Estlander flap is used in the reconstruction of ?
A) Lip
B) Buccal mucosa
C) Palate
D) Tongue
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(Single Best Answer) Question 539: Which of the following is true with reference to the Glasgow Coma Scale ?
A) An overall score of less than 9 carries a poor prognosis
B) In the first 24 hours following a head injury an overall score of 11 indicates a good prognosis
C) Cannot be assessed in an unconscious patient
D) Gives an accurate impression of the neurological status
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(Single Best Answer) Question 540: Lumbar sympathectomy is of value in management of ?
A) Intermittent claudication
B) Arteriovenous fistula
C) Back pain
D) Distal ischemia affecting the skin of the toes
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