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Category: Surgery--->Abdominal Wall, Omentum, Mesentery, and Retroperitoneum
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A cutaneous malignancy of the anterior abdominal wall 2 inches above the umbilicus will drain to which lymphatic basin?

A. Umbilical
B. Axillary
C. Retroperitoneal
D. Inguinal


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The appropriate treatment of rectus abdominis diastasis is:

A. Observation
B. Resection and primary repair
C. Mesh overlay
D. Lateral component separation


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Persistence of the vitelline duct can lead to which of the following?

A. Colonic diverticulum
B. Urachal cyst
C. Umbilical cord hernia
D. Omphalomesenteric duct cyst


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The usual presentation of a rectus sheath hematoma is:

A. Unexplained anemia
B. Abdominal wall bulge
C. Sudden abdominal pain
D. Inability to stand erect


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A 40-year-old woman who underwent total abdominal colectomy for familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) 5 years ago presents with a gradually expanding painless 4 cm mass of the anterior abdominal wall. A biopsy is returned as "desmoid tumor with no sign of malignancY:' The correct management is:

A. Observation
B. A course of doxorubicin, dacarbazine, or carboplatin
C. Enucleation
D. Wide local excision




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