This exam is divided into two parts

Part 1:

The Written Exam:

Date: Saturday, 2/6/2012

Time

Venue: Main auditorium

Number of MCQs:

Part 2:

The Short Clinical Cases Exam:

Date: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 3 -4-5-6/6/2012

Time: From 8 AM to 4 PM. The students will be divided to 2 groups, one in the morning and the other one in the afternoon

Venue: The female and male surgical wards, 5th floor

The number of cases: Each student will have 2 cases, 20 min/ case

Each student must be examined in 1 GS case and one subspecialty case. The subspecialties included in the oral are (Orthopedics- Neurology -Vascular- Urology)

You can get more detail from the Female Nots

http://med07.com/?p=682

Dr Al-Massari Revision

اللهم لا اله الا انت سبحانك أني كنت من الظالمين

بالتفوفيق للجميع :)

7 Responses to “Surgery Final Exam – Male”

  1. dr.steel says:

    الله يوفقكم جميعاً يا دكاتره

    سؤال من فضلكم : الساعة كم اختبار الريتن ؟

  2. Rami Hafiz says:

    what i know up to now

    colostomy & iliostomy questions and answers all in surgical notes sheet

    tibea fracture & compartment syndorme

    breast cancer and colon cancer like what female had before check their section

  3. Mohammed Al-hamadah says:

    السلام عليكم

    اتمنى من الطلاب اللي يختبروا آورال اليوم انهم يسجلوا ايش الحالات اللي جاتهم عشان يستفيدوا اللي بعدهم

    ومبروك على التخرج مقدما :D

  4. Rami Hafiz says:

    Dear friends:
    The exam today was as easy and simple it can be
    First thin we were gathered together in the 5th floor in the big room and then we were divided into groups every 6 together >\\
    Then we were given 3 papers one was small and has ur station number And 2 big papers for ur evaluation and its was like this
    Number of the station
    
    History 20%
    comment
    total
    Examination 20%
    
    DD 10%
    
    Investigation 25%

    Treatment 25%
    
    1st dr name
    2ed dr name
    Total mark

    There was a lot of cases and they were as follow
    1-­‐ breast cancer
    2-­‐ diabetic foot
    3-­‐ cellulitis
    4-­‐ abdominal pain
    5-­‐ ortho
    6-­‐ instrument ( colostomy – trahestopy )
    7-­‐ inguinal hernia

    MY first station was right illiad fossa pain:
    Introduce ur self , don’t forget PATIENT PRIVACY AND PERMISSION.
    1-­‐ ask patient 10 question to know his problem
    2-­‐ do examination
    3-­‐ whats ur dd
    4-­‐ invest and treatment.
    My 2ed station was RTA ( ortho)
    1-­‐patient came to er whats ur mangment? 2-­‐ whats ur next step?
    3-­‐ what are the component of ms examination ( inspection-­‐palpation-­‐range of motion – vascular – special test)
    5-­‐ investigation?
    6-­‐ Type of x ray tibia fracture? The positions
    7-­‐ How to read it? Type of fracture
    8-­‐ After doing the cast patient was in severe pain what the problem? (
    compartment syndrome)
    Don’t panic the exam is easy and smooth… just follow the instruction and the dr will help u
    Gd luck
    Ur brother Mazen Bazarah

  5. Rami Hafiz says:

    female reached 42 comment already in their here only sadly 4

  6. 1st case:
    Female patient with wound discharge (post cholecystectomy), dr.bangash & alamoudi
    Q:
    - Take history.
    - What is commonly the cause of discharge in this patient?
    - What are the predisposing factors?
    - Most common organism, and other organisms?
    - Type of wound? “clean contaminated”
    - What u will look for at the site of infection?
    - What antibiotic u will use?
    - What is the definition of pus?
    - What is the gas used in laparoscopy, how much incisions and were?
    - If this patient came to the ER with discharge what will do?
    - If patient with acute cholecystitis diagnosed before 3 days came to the ER, what is ur management? (just 1 ward). “conservative”

    2nd case:
    Female patient with bilateral limb swilling “lymphedema”, prof.Mukhtar & dr.Kurdi.
    Q:
    - Take history.
    - DD.
    - Causes of lymphedema?
    - Anatomy of lymphatic drainage in lower limb?
    - What is % of lymphatic in venous return??? “or something
    - Investigation, and finding.
    - What is lymphosincetography?
    - What is your management?
    - Neonate with neck mass, what is diagnosis if this mass can obstruct the drainage of lymph? “cystic hygroma”
    - Is it single or multiple, and its complication?
    - What is ur management of cystic hygroma?
    - Do you excise all cysts or leave some without excision?
    - If some of it in the vessels what will do?
    - Approach patient with neck mass “adult”.
    - DD.
    - What is the most common cause of goiter?
    - How to differentiate btw simple multinodular goiter and graves?
    - Investigation, finding of thyroid function test of simple multinodular goiter?
    - What are the types of thyroid cancer?
    - What is the most common type?
    - Which has better prognosis papillary or follicular ca?
    - How to differentiate btw papillary and follicular ca?

    تحياتي وبالتوفيق للجميع…..
    عبدالرحمن بالخيور

  7. suhaib radi says:

    my two cases were:
    1) parotid tumor
    history and examination of lump
    DDx (stone obstruction, tumor (most common pleomorphic adenoma))
    investigations: us and CT
    treatment: surgery and radiotherapy for recurrence
    this benign tumor acts as malignant because of invasion

    2) open tibial fracture
    management of open fracture as in toronto notes
    neurovascular examination
    gustilo classification
    read the X-ray
    OR management

    the examiners are very kind and cooperative

    بالتوفيق

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