GIT 1 Quiz


1. Benign Recurrent tumor of parotid
2. Columnar metaplasia of the lower eosophagous
3. Difficulty of swallowing
4. Salivary tumor with most frequent perineural invasion
5. 2nd common benign salivary tumor
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GIT quiz 1 kasr

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Warthin’s tumor means:

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Barrett's oesophagus is a:

 

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Histologic features of leukoplakia are:

 

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Perineural invasion is usually identified in:

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Barrett's oesophagus may predispose to:

 

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The incompetence of lower oesophageal sphincter leads to all the following complications EXCEPT:

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Warthin’s tumor is a benign tumor of the salivary glands

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The cause of haematemesis is in Egypt is:

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A salivary gland biopsy is showing cystically dilated glands together with papillary projections containing lymphoid core and epithelial covering formed of 2 layers

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Pleomorphic adenoma is :

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Barrett's esophagus is a dangerous condition because it predisposes to:

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The most important risk factor for adenocarcinoma of the oesophagus is:

 

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Barrett’s oesophagus is a precancerous lesion.

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Oesophageal varices result from:

 

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All the following features apply to Pleomorphic adenoma EXCEPT:

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A male patient suffers from reflux of gastric contents into the distal esophagus. Biopsy from distal esophagus shows change of the squamous epithelium into columnar epithelium. This condition is called:

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Warthin’s tumor consists of:

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Leukoplakia is a:

 

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The commonest type of oesophagitis is:

 

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The oesophageal varices may be fatal due to:

 

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Failure of relaxation in lower eosophageal sphincter is seen in:

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Leukoplakia is  a precancerous lesion

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