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Bowel obstruction: Quiz


Question 1: If a mass is identified, ________ may determine the nature of the mass.

Question 2: ________, small bowel investigation with ingested camera or push endoscopy, and laparoscopy are other diagnostic options.
ColectomyHuman gastrointestinal tractColonoscopyIleostomy

Question 3: ________ signs of bowel obstruction include bowel distension and the presence of multiple (more than six) gas-fluid levels on supine and erect abdominal radiographs.
MedicineNuclear medicineRadiologySurgery

Question 4: ________ in gallstone ileus, swallowed objects)
Ascending cholangitisGallstoneHepatitisCholecystitis

Question 5: Causes of ________ obstruction include:
Colon (anatomy)StomachRectumVermiform appendix

Question 6: Causes of ________ obstruction include:
Colon (anatomy)Vermiform appendixStomachSmall intestine

Question 7: Contrast enema or small bowel series or ________ can be used to define the level of obstruction, whether the obstruction is partial or complete, and to help define the cause of the obstruction.
CT pulmonary angiogramX-ray computed tomographyMagnetic resonance imagingMedical radiography

Question 8: Conservative treatment involves insertion of a nasogastric tube, correction of dehydration and ________ abnormalities.
Lead-acid batteryFuel cellHalf cellElectrolyte

Question 9: ________ is utilized and the urine output is monitored with a catheter in the bladder.
Intravenous therapyEnemaIntraosseous infusionCream (pharmaceutical)

Question 10: Depending on the level of obstruction, bowel obstruction can present with abdominal pain, abdominal distension, vomiting, fecal vomiting, and ________.
Ulcerative colitisIrritable bowel syndromeCrohn's diseaseConstipation

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