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The percentage of patients who will have an occurrence of a replaced right hepatic artery is:

A. 1-2%
B. 5-10%
C. 15-20%
D. 20-25%


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The most common complication of chronic pancreatitis is:

A. Pseudocysts
B. Duct strictures and/or stones
C. Pancreatic necrosis
D. Duodenal obstruction


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Insulinomas associated with the multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN) 1 syndrome:

A. Do not usually require resection
B. Are sporadic in nature
C. Have a lower rate of recurrence
D. Are more likely to be malignant


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A pancreatic cystic neoplasms that is <3 cm, has atypical cells present, and has a solid component:

A. Requires a repeat CT scan in 3 to 6 months
B. Requires a repeat CT scan in 1 year
C. Requires continued observation
D. Requires resection


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According to Ranson criteria a 67-year-old female patient suspected of acute pancreatitis presenting to the OR with sudden onset of severe abdominal pain, a serum aspartate transaminase (AST) >250 U/dL, a white blood cell (WBC) > 16,000/mm3, and a blood glucose >200 mg/dL would receive a disease classification of:

A. Predicted severe
B. Predicted mild, uncomplicated
C. Predicted moderate
D. A mortality of 10%




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