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By Reena Popat

ISBN-10: 0340925566

ISBN-13: 9780340925560

ISBN-10: 1444113798

ISBN-13: 9781444113792

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Lactulose is given either orally or by enema to minimize nitrogenous substance absorption via the GI tract. Hepatorenal syndrome is managed with adequate intravascular filling with colloids such as albumin; vasopressin analogues are also used. Dialysis is reserved for particular indications such as severe metabolic acidosis, hyperkalaemia and pulmonary oedema. 3 24 h after ingestion OR the combination of: • Prothrombin time Ͼ100 s • Creatinine Ͼ300 ␮mol/L • Ն Grade III encephalopathy • Prothrombin time Ͼ100 s OR Ն3 of the following: • Drug or non-viral hepatitis • Age Ͻ10 years or Ͼ40 years • Jaundice present for Ͼ7 days prior to encephalopathy • Blood bilirubin Ͼ300 ␮mol/L • Prothrombin time Ͼ50 s Answers 6.

Renal TB requires triple therapy (rifampicin, isoniazid and pyrazinamide) for 9 months. Collections if present need to be drained. AFB, acid-fast bacilli; CRP, C-reactive protein; DMSA, dimercaptosuccinic acid; FBC, full blood count; IV, intravenous; KUB, kidneys, ureters and bladder; MC&S, microscopy, culture and sensitivity; MSU, midstream urine; TB, tuberculosis; UTI, urinary tract infection; WCC, white cell count SECTION 2 HEPATOBILIARY MEDICINE • JAUNDICE 44 • LIVER FAILURE (I) 48 • LIVER FAILURE (II) 52 • VIRAL HEPATITIS 56 • AUTOIMMUNE LIVER DISEASE 60 • PANCREATITIS (I) 62 • PANCREATITIS (II) 64 • PANCREATITIS (III) 66 • GALLSTONES (I) 68 • GALLSTONES (II) 70 • HEPATOBILIARY ONCOLOGY (I) 74 • HEPATOBILIARY ONCOLOGY (II) 78 SECTION 2 HEPATOBILIARY MEDICINE 1.

F T F F T 41. 1 – G, 2 – D, 3 – C, 4 – J, 5 – H ONE STOP DOC 34 42. The following are malignant tumours of the renal tract a. b. c. d. e. Renal oncocytoma Renal adenocarcinoma Renal metanephric adenoma Transitional cell carcinoma Nephroblastoma 43. Regarding nephroblastoma a. b. c. d. e. It is also known as Wilms’ tumour It classically occurs in young children Nephroblastomas are purely epithelial in component It is bilateral in 20 per cent of cases It may present with failure to thrive 44. A 60-year-old male is referred to urology clinic as his GP is concerned that he may have symptoms suggestive of renal cancer a.

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