Pharyngeal pouch occurs

  1. Failure of relaxation of crico-pharyngeal sphincter during swallowing leads to:
    a. Plummer Vinson syndrome.
    b. Cardiac achalasia.
    c. Pharyngeal pouch.
    d. Cancer oesophagus.

  2. Pharyngeal pouch occurs mostly in:
    a. Old males.
    b. Old females.
    c. Infants.
    d. Adult males.

  3. All are correct about corrosive oesophaditis EXCEPT:
    a. Shock may occur due to electrolytes imbalance.
    b. Normal feeding is encouraged.
    c. Vomiting is not encouraged.
    d. Cortisone in the acute stage is contraindicated.

  4. Dysphagia may be due to:
    a. Aneurysm of the aorta.
    b. Enlarged left atrium.
    c. Mediastinal tumor.
    d. All of the above.

  5. Dysphagia may be due to:
    a. Aneurysm of the ICA.
    b. Enlarged thyroid.
    c. Enlarged malignant gland.
    d. All of the above.

  6. Violent vomiting or large meal may cause:
    a. Pharyngeal pouch.
    b. Cardiac achalasia.
    c. Spontaneous rupture of the oesophagus.
    d. Plummer Vinson syndrome

  1. a. 17) a. 18) d.
  2. d. 20) d. 21) d.