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1. What are the features of ulcers in pyoderma gangrenosum?

2. What is hidradenitis suppurativa?

3. How do you treat these scars?

4. Lobectomy

5. What are the 'transudate' causes of a pleural effusion?

6. How would you perform a hernia repair?

7. What is the differential diagnosis of a ganglion?

8. What is a carbuncle?

9. What are the main aetiologies in diffuse enlargement of the thryoid?

10. What are the specific early complications of amputations?

11. What are the main points to be elicited during a clerking of the surgical patient?

12. What specific investigations would you perform in thrombangiitis obliterans?

13. What is the adequate treatment for minimal lesion(less than 1cm) in thyroid cancer?

14. What are the treatment options of false aneurysms?

15. In What age group is papillary carcinoma more common in?

16. What are the specific complications of parotidectomy?

17. What are the causes of postoperative jaundice?

18. What investigations would you perform to help you in your diagnosis?

19. What syndromes are associated with varicose veins?

20. How is a Cimino-Brescia arteriovenous fistula fashioned?

21. How would you treat a patient with a single neurofibroma?

22. What is the differential diagnosis of a dermatofibroma?

23. What are the four commonest types of malignant melanoma?

24. What is a papilloma?

25. Large hernia

26. Which is the most widely accepted repair for umbilical herniae?

27. What systems are tackled when taking into consideration a thyroid history?

28. What are the features of a femoral hernia?

29. What does a keloid scar look like?

30. What are the specific and early complications of thyroidectomy?

31. What is the classification of liposarcoma?

32. What should one do in the general examination of the surgical patient?

33. What are the two main systems which need to be examining thyroid status in a surgical patient?

34. What are the principles of management of enterocutaneous fistulae?

35. What is the surgical treatment of varicocoele?

36. What do you know about solitary thyroid nodules?

37. What is the risk of solar keratoses progressing to invasive squamous cell carcinoma?

38. What is the non-surgical treatment of varicocoele?

39. What are the specific complications of a Cimino-Brescia fistula?

40. Surgical way too treat Varicose veins

41. What is the differential diagnosis of a testicular tumour?

42. Where is the midinguinal point?

43. What is an incisional hernia?

44. What are the hepatobiliary complications of IBD?

45. What is a solar keratoses?

46. What are the features of ulcers in patients with squamous cell carcinoma?

47. In the tourniquet test - What do collapsed veins below the tourniquet indicate?

48. What are the complications with regards to the surgical treatment of a ganglion?

49. What are the congenital predisposing factors for malignant melanomas?

50. What are the causes of portal hypertension?