Multiple Choice Questions in Gastroenterology

Mouth, Pharynx and Oesophagus

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1

Mouth ulcers are more common in:

A1

A. Diverticular disease
B. Coeliac disease
C. Solitary ulcer of rectum
D. Ulcerative colitis
E. Crohn’s disease





2

Oral thrush is a frequent finding in:

A2

A. Antibiotic therapy
B. Oral contraceptive use
C. Diabetes mellitus
D. HIV infection
E. Multiple sclerosis





3

Dental caries means increased likelihood of:

A3

A. Gout
B. Subacute bacterial endocarditis
C. Alcoholism
D. Peptic ulcer
E. Dysphagia





4

An apparently enlarged tongue occurs in:

A4

A. XIIth nerve palsy
B. Trisomy 21
C. Hypothyroidism
D. Duodenal ulcer
E. Coprolalia





5

A high arched palate is seen in:

A5

A. Pseudoxanthoma elasticum
B. Wegener’s granulomatosis
C. Cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis
D. Familial hypertriglyceridaemia
E. Marfan’s syndrome





6

The presence of labial Herpes simplex means:

A6

A. Very little
B. A recent cold
C. Shingles
D. Immune deficiency
E. Patient is on diclofenac





7

Crohn’s disease affects the lips:

A7

A. Rarely
B. Sometimes
C. Frequently
D. Never
E. Invariably





8

Presbyoesophagus:

A8

A. Is a disease of young women
B. Is a normal variant of ageing
C. Causes oesophageal dilation with constriction rings
D. May be asymptomatic
E. Means the gullet is shorter





9

Parkinson’s disease causes excess dribbling:

A9

A. Because of increased salivation
B. Because of defective swallowing
C. Because patients are tremulous
D. Because of festination
E. Because of bradykinesia





10

In motor neurone disease:

A10

A. True bulbar palsy is seen
B. Pseudobulbar palsy occurs
C. It is not possible to distinguish bulbar and pseudobulbar palsy
D. Swallowing can be normal
E. Sensory signs are uncommon






11

Gastro-oesophageal reflux can reliably be diagnosed by

A11

A. Symptoms
B. Biopsy histology of the gastro-oesophageal junction
C. Manometry
D. 24 hour pH monitoring
E. Bernstein test






12

Drugs which have shown potential to improve mortality in gastrointestinal bleeding are:

A12

A. Propranolol
B. Isosorbide dinitrate
C. Ranitidine
D. Somatostatin
E. Terlipressin





13

With a Sengstaken tube:

A13

A. The gastric balloon must be inflated before the oesophageal one
B. The oesophageal balloon must be inflated before the gastric one
C. Both balloons should be inflated together
D. The oesophageal balloon should not be inflated for more than 24 hours
E. Blood should be aspirated from the oesophageal balloon











14

Chagas’ disease is caused by:

A14

A. Viruses
B. Bacteria
C. Chlamydia
D. Fungi
E. Protozoa






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