Analgesics used are buprenorphine pentazocine

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ANALGESICS USED ARE - - BUPRENORPHINE. - PENTAZOCINE. - PROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE AND - MEPERIDINE 416
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THERAPY WHICH HAVE LITTLE USE IN MANAGEMENT OF PANCREATITIS ANTISECRETORY DRUGS : ATROPINE , CALCITONIN. GLUCAGON ANTIPROTEASE DRUGS: PANCREATITIS IS AN AUTODIGESTIVE PROCESS. THE PROTEASES RELEASED FROM THE PANCREAS DIGEST VARIOUS TISSUES. - APROTININ - GABEXATE MESYLATE 417
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MEDICAL TREATMENT OF PANCREATITIS ARE ALL, EXCEPT- (AIIMSMAY 94) A) CHOLESTYRAMINE B) APROTININ C) CALCIUM D) GLUCAGON B,D 418
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Q- COMPLICATIONS MOST COMMON COMPLICATION OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS IS- (AIIMS MAY 95) A) PANCREATIC ABSCESS B) PSEUDOCYST C) PHLEGMON D) PLEURAL EFFUSION 419
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MOST COMMON COMPLICATION OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS  PANCREATIC PSEUDOCYST. . 2ND MOST COMMON COMPLICATION OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS PANCREATIC ABSCESS. OTHER COMPLICATIONS OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS - 1) PANCREATIC ASCITES 2) PLEURAL EFFUSION 420
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PSEUDOCYST IS A COLLECTION OF FLUID WITH HIGH LEVEL OF TISSUE FLUID, DEBRIS AND PANCREATIC ENZYMES WHICH DEVELOPS OVER A PERIOD AFTER THE ONSET OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS. THE TERM PSEUDOCYST DENOTES ABSENCE OF AN EPITHELIAL LINING WHERE AS TRUE CYST ARE LINED BY EPITHELIUM. APPROXIMATELY 85% OF PSEUDOCYST ARE LOCATED IN THE BODY AND TAIL OF PANCREAS AND ONLY 15% OF PSEUDOCYST ARE LOCATED IN THE HEAD OF PANCREAS. 421
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Q- COMPLICATIONS MOST COMMON COMPLICATION OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS IS- (AIIMS MAY 95) A) PANCREATIC ABSCESS B) PSEUDOCYST C) PHLEGMON D) PLEURAL EFFUSION B 422
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ALL ARE TRUE ABOUT PSEUDOPANCREATIC CYST OF PANCREAS EXCEPT - A) COMMON AFTER ACUTE PANCREATITIS B) PRESENT AS AN ABDOMINAL MASS C) SERUM AMYLASE IS INCREASED D) MOST COMMON SITE IS IN HEAD OF PANCREAS D 423
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CAUSE OF SUDDEN LOSS OF VISION IN ALCOHOLIC PANCREATITIS IS - (AIIMS JUNE 99, AI 95 & 2000) A) CENTRAL RETINAL ARTERY OBSTRUCTION B) ACUTE CONGESTIVE GLAUCOMA C) PURSTCHNER RETINOPATHY D) SUDDEN ALCOHOL WITHDRAWL 424
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“PURSTCHNER’S RETINOPATHY IS AN UNUSUAL COMPLICATION OF PANCREATITIS MANIFESTED BY SUDDEN AND SEVERE LOSS OF VISION IN A PATIENT WITH ACUTE PANCREATITIS”. . IT IS CHARACTERISED BY PECULIAR FUNDOSCOPIC APPEARANCE WITH COTTON WOOL SPOTS AND HEMORRHAGES CONFINED TO AN AREA LIMITED BY THE OPTIC DISC AND MACULA; IT IS BELIEVED TO BE DUE TO OCCLUSION OF THE POSTERIOR RETINAL ARTERY2 WITH AGGREAGATED GRANULOCYTES. 425
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CAUSE OF SUDDEN LOSS OF VISION IN ALCOHOLIC PANCREATITIS IS - (AIIMS JUNE 99, AI 95 & 2000) A) CENTRAL RETINAL ARTERY OBSTRUCTION B) ACUTE CONGESTIVE GLAUCOMA C) PURSTCHNER RETINOPATHY D) SUDDEN ALCOHOL WITHDRAWL C 426
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