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The multiple choice questions in this online test paper focuses on GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER DISEASE MCQ. If you are looking for self evaluation of your PG Medical entrance exam preparation then this online GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER DISEASE MCQ Test Paper will help you to evaluate your exam preparation.


1- This online MCQ practice test paper contains 30 questions.
2- Each question in this online practice test paper have four options and only 1 option is correct.
3- You can view the answers of this practice test paper after submitting the practice test paper.
Note: The answers mentioned at the end of practice test are the best suitable option as per our knowledge. Users shall cross-check the answers with their textbooks.

Q 1. Sengstaken-Blakemore tube has how many lumens


Q 2. regarding spontaneous bacterial peritonitis all statements are true except


Q 3. serious side effect of vasopressin therapy include all except


Q 4. false statements about spontaneous bacterial peritonitis is


Q 5. hepatic encephalopathy occurs in patients after TIPS in


Q 6. for isolated gastric varices due to splenic vein thrombosis curative is


Q 7. ascites may be demonstrated on physical examination when peritoneal fluid level accumulation exceeds


Q 8. gastric antral vascular ectasia is the cause of


Q 9. when levels of ascetic luid proteins are very low patients are at increased risk of


Q 10. TIPS stands for


Q 11. when absolute level of polymorphonuclear leukocytes raised to what level it is suggestive of ascetic fluid infection


Q 12. agents useful in the treatment of portal hypertensive gastropathy


Q 13. clues to upper AGI bleed


Q 14. factors leading to worsening ascites include all except


Q 15. Minneosta tube has how many lumens


Q 16. regarding Dieulafoy’s lesion all true except


Q 17. first line treatment to control upper GI bleeding acutely


Q 18. most common cause of upper GI bleed is


Q 19. goal treatment of patients of portal hypertension is to reduce hepatic venous pressure gradient (HVPG) to


Q 20. Splenomegaly with variceal hemorrhage in the absence of cirrhosis suggests


Q 21. factors leading to worsening ascites include all except


Q 22. concurrent use of which drug may enhance the effectiveness of vasopressin and reduce complications


Q 23. caput medusa is best related to


Q 24. upper gastrointestinal tract is upto


Q 25. recommended amount of sodium per day in the management of ascites is


Q 26. malena indicates that blood has been present In GI tract for


Q 27. intravenous infusion of vasopressin results in


Q 28. hepatic hydrothorax is more common on which side


Q 29. somatostatin and octreotide are


Q 30. SAAG stands for


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