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1. What is the potential complication of Laparoscopic placement of a feeding jejunostomy tube? a) Leak b) Small bowel obstruction c) Intubations of the ileum. d) All of the above.
2. A Multipara patient presents with symptoms of biliary colic at 8 weeks gestation. You are able to medically manage her symptoms until the second trimester. At this time, her symptoms are worsening and you decide to perform a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. All of the following precautions are recommended to minimize risk to the mother and fetus except: a) Intra-operative cholangiogram should be done with lead shield b) Pneumatic compression stocking should be utilized c) The patient is placed in flat position during procedure d) The low pressure for pneumoperitoneum is used
3. A 26 year-old G2P1Ab0 woman, 14 weeks gestation, with a 24 hour history of severe right lower quadrant pain. She has fever of 101.7F, notable right lower quadrant tenderness, and a white blood cell count of 16,800. You decide to take her to the operating room for a possible laparoscopic appendectomy. You appropriately enter the abdomen using an open technique and Hasson trocar, as shown. The maximum pneumoperitoneum that you should use is: a) 18 mm Hg b) 16 mm Hg c) 14 mm Hg d) 12 mm Hg
4. Cholangiogram shows primary bile stone in a jaundice woman of 24 years following a cholecystectomy and partial gastrectomy with Bilroth II reconstruction surgery. The most appropriate therapy is: choledochoscopy with stent placement choledocotomy with stone extraction and choledocho-enterostomy choledocotomy with stone extraction and primary closure choledocotomy with stone extraction and T-tube placement
5. What should be the manipulation angle of instruments for better task performance in laparoscopic surgery? 40 degree 60 degree 75 degree 35 degree
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