Other grains without gluten sensitivity are maize

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OTHER GRAINS WITHOUT GLUTEN SENSITIVITY ARE: - - MAIZE (CORN, BHUTTA), - POTATO 320
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ABOUT 90% OF PATIENTS WHO HAVE THE CHARACTERISTIC FINDING OF CELIAC SPRUE WILL RESPOND TO COMPLETE DIETARY GLUTEN RESTRICTION. THE REMAINDER CONSTITUTE A HETEROGENOUS GROUP (REFRACTORY SPRUE) THAT INCLUDES SOME PATIENTS WHO - I) RESPOND TO DIETARY RESTRICTION OF OTHER DIETARY PROTEINS E.G. SOYABEAN. II) RESPOND TO GLUCOCORTICOIDS III) ARE TEMPORARY I.E. THE CLINICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL FINDINGS DISAPPEAR AFTER SEVERAL MONTHS OR YEARS, IV) FAIL TO RESPOND TO ALL MEASURES AND HAVE A FATAL OUTCOME 321
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THE GRAIN WHICH CAN BE USED SAFELY IN CELIAC SPRUE IS- (PGI DEC 01) A) CORN B) RYE C) SOYABEAN D) RICE E) BARELY A,D 322
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A PATIENT PRESENTS WITH CHRONIC SMALL BOWEL DIARRHEA, DUODENAL BIOPSY SHOWS VILLOUS ATROPHY. ANTI ENDOMYSIAL ANTIBODIES AND IGA TTG ANTIBODIES ARE POSITIVE. WHAT IS THE TREATMENT OF CHOICE ? A) GLUTEN FREE DIET B) ANTIBIOTICS (A107) C) LOPERAMIDE D) 5-ASA A NOT ONLY THE HISTOPATHOLOGICAL FEATURES, BUT THE ANTIBODIES TOO, DISAPPEAR AFTER GLUTEN RESTRICTION FROM THE DIET. 323
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CELIAC SPRUE PRESENTS WITH CHARACTERISTIC HISTOPATHOLOGICAL FEATURES BUT THEY ARE NOT DIAGNOSTIC BECAUSE SIMILAR APPEARANCE CAN OCCUR IN NUMBER OF DISEASES I.E. - TROPICAL SPRUE - EOSINOPHILIC ENTERITIS - CROHN S DISEASE - GASTRINOMA WITH ACID HYPERSECRETION - BACTERIAL OVERGROWTH 324
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CELIAC DISEASE ASSO. WITH - (PGI DEC 06) A) DERMATITIS HERPETIFORMS B) TYPE 1 DM C) LYMPHOMA D) ATROPHIC GASTRITIS E) IBD 325
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DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH CELIAC SPRUE I) DERMATITIS HERPETIFORMIS II) DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE I III) IGA DEFICIENCY IV) ADDISON’S DISEASE V) MYAESTHENIA GRAVIS VI) ATROPHIC GASTRITIS VII) GRAVE’S DISEASE VIII) SCLERODERMA IX) SJOGERN’S SYNDROME 326
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327 Complications of celiac sprue There is long term risk of malignant disease, which includes :- Non Hodgkins lymphoma . Small intestinal adenocarcinoma.
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Q- SHORT BOWEL RESECTION ALL ARE COMPLICATION OF ILEAL RESECTION, EXCEPT A) MEGALOBLASTIC ANAEMIA (AIIMS JUNE 97) B) IRON DELICIENCY ANAEMIA C) BILE ACID MALABSOPTION D) MALABSORPTION SYNDROME 328
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329
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Q- SHORT BOWEL RESECTION ALL ARE COMPLICATION OF ILEAL RESECTION, EXCEPT A) MEGALOBLASTIC ANAEMIA (AIIMS JUNE 97) B) IRON DELICIENCY ANAEMIA C) BILE ACID MALABSOPTION D) MALABSORPTION SYNDROME B 330
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Q-INTESTINAL INFECTIONS THE MOST COMMON SITE FOR AMEBIASIS IS – (AI 95) A) SIGMOID COLON B) TRANSVERSE COLON C) CECUM D) HEPATIC FLEXURE 331
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AMOEBIASIS, ALSO KNOWN AS AMEBIASIS OR ENTAMOEBIASIS, IS AN INFECTION CAUSED BY ANY OF THE AMOEBAS OF THE ENTAMOEBA GROUP. SYMPTOMS ARE MOST COMMON UPON INFECTION BY ENTAMOEBA HISTOLYTICA.
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