Path-Méd Preparation (Dr. Sann Channa)


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1) 9) In people who meet the IBS diagnostic criteria, the following investigations are recommended.
Which of the following para-clinic exam is the most likely recommended as minima?

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2) 8) In patients with irritable bowel syndrome, symptom for which we have to look in the alarm
features. Which of the following propositions is the most likely?

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3) 2) For the patient you consult for dyspepsia, you have to do anamnesis and clinical examination to
find the causes. Which of the following etiology that is the most likely play a role?

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4) 5) In case of dyspepsia, we have to find some alarm features (“Red flags”), which is suggestive of
gastric malignancy. Which one among the following propositions is the most appropriate?

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5) 1) For patients with diagnosis as dyspepsia, they may have many symptoms. Which of the following
symptoms is the most likely encountered?

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6) 7) The co-factors of irritable bowel syndrome can be related to:

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7) 10) A patient of 45 years old comes to see you for symptom of irritable bowel syndrome about 2
months. He has rectal bleeding one to two times weekly.Which investigation is the most likely

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8) ) A patient of 55 years old comes to see you for symptoms of dyspepsia. Anamnesis and clinical
examination revealed that he lost 5 kg for the past 2 months and his father died of gastric cancer so
you have to know whether the patient was infected by H. Pylori. Which of the following tests would
you think is the most appropriate?

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9) 3) Some drugs can cause dyspepsia. So during your anamnesis for patient with dyspepsia, you have
to think of some drug name. What medication is the most likely responsible?

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10) 4) Rome III diagnostic criteria are used to diagnose functional dyspepsia. Which one of the
following propositions is based for Rome criteria?

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The average score is 90%


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