Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

Quiz Categories Click to expand

Category: Surgery--->Urology
Page: 2

Question 6#Print Question

Concerning ureteric trauma, which of the following is true?

a. Retrograde pyelogram is the most sensitive test to detect ureteral injury
b. Bladder mobilization is not integral to repair of ureteric injury
c. Kidney mobilization is not integral to repair of ureteric injury
d. Use of ureteric stents is not useful in predicting post-repair strictures

Question 7#Print Question

 Treatment of acute urinary retention may include all of the following EXCEPT:

a. Coude catheterization
b. Fluid replacement using 1:1 mL of D5W
c. Placement of a suprapubic drainage tube
d. Continuous bladder irrigation if hematuria is the cause of retention

Question 8#Print Question

Regarding testicular torsion, which of the following is FALSE?

a. Undescended testicle is a risk factor
b. Decreased blood flow relative to contralateral testicle demonstrable by ultrasound
c. Testicular salvage decreases to <5% if surgery is delayed >6 hours
d. Surgical exploration should include fixation of the contralateral testicle

Question 9#Print Question

All of the following are true concerning priapism EXCEPT:

a. Priapism is defined as a persistent erection for >4 hours unrelated to sexual stimulation
b. Etiologic factors include sickle cell disease, malignancy, total parenteral nutrition, penile shaft fractures
c. Low flow priapism can be confirmed with a penile blood gas determination
d. Treatment may require injection of phenylephrine

Question 10#Print Question

Which of the following is true concerning BPH?

a. Consequences of BPH include gross hematuria, chronic infection, bladder calculi, urinary retention, and paraphimosis
b. Medical treatment includes alpha blockers
c. Transurethral resection can lead to transurethral resection syndrome
d. Electrovaporization of the prostate should be avoided because of the danger of closed -space thermal injury

Category: Surgery--->Urology
Page: 2 of 3