MCQ of 2 June 2016



  1. Which of the following may prevent unplanned infectious return following ureteroscopy with laser lithotripsy in patients who are pre-stented?
a single prophylactic gram negative antibiotic coverage with ciprofloxacin.
b longer operative time.
c double prophylactic antibiotic coverage for gram negative and gram positive organism.
d use of access sheath.


  1. The root causes for all type hospital readmission following radical cystectomy are most frequently associated with the following system:
a GIT.
b CVS.
c GUT.
d Respiratory system.


  1. Which of the following is not a perceived benefit of holmium laser enucleation of the prostate as compared to TURP?
a improved visualization during resection.
b improved hemostatic action of the laser.
c increased ability to resect larger volume prostates.
d shorter learning curve to attain technical competence.


  1. Which of the following comorbidities is independently associated with artificial urinary sphincter erosion/ infection?
a radiation therapy exposure.
b age.
c body mass index.
d coronary artery disease.


  1. Which of the following is true for patients at high cardiovascular risk using Aspirin for cardioprotection who need to undergo Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy?
a Aspirin therapy must be stopped a week before surgery.
b Aspirin dose should be reduced before surgery.
c with an experience surgeon, it is relatively safe not to stop Aspirin before surgery.
d Aspirin should be replaced by heparin before surgery.


The source:  Journal of Urology, April 2016


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