*Syllabus:*

*XIV. Pathology of the Alimentary Tract
[1] b. Esophagus-inflammatory, functional disorders and tumours and precancerous lesions.*

*[2] Stomach: Gastritis, Ulcer and tumors.*

[3] Inflammatory diseases of small intestine: typhoid, Tuberculosis, Crohn’s and Malabsorbtion syndromes.

[3] Inflammatory diseases of small intestine: typhoid, Tuberculosis, Crohn’s and Malabsorbtion syndromes.

*[4] Inflammatory diseases of large intestine: Amoebic colitis, Bacillary dysentery, Ulcerative colitis, appendicitis, Mesenteric thrombosis, enterocolitis, diverticulosis & Hirschsprung Disease.*

*[5] Tumours and tumour like condition of the small and large intestine: Polyps, carcinoid, carcinoma, Lymphoma, Apudomas.*

*[8] Intussusception.*

1. Define peptic ulcer. Mention the sites. Describe the pathogenesis and pathology of chronic gastric ulcer. [1+2+4+2=9 Marks] [RS Nov 01, P2]

2. Describe the differences between ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.

[RS Mar 05, P2]

3. Classify tumours of large intestine. Discuss etiopathogenesis and pathology of carcinoma of the colon. [3+3+3=9] [RS Mar 03, P2]

**Questions:**

LE:1. Define peptic ulcer. Mention the sites. Describe the pathogenesis and pathology of chronic gastric ulcer. [1+2+4+2=9 Marks] [RS Nov 01, P2]

2. Describe the differences between ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.

[RS Mar 05, P2]

3. Classify tumours of large intestine. Discuss etiopathogenesis and pathology of carcinoma of the colon. [3+3+3=9] [RS Mar 03, P2]

*SE:*

1. Barrett oesophagus. [RS Mar 06, P2]

2. Write a note on Barrett’s oesophagus. [OS Apr 02]

3. Helicobacter pylori. [RS Mar 06, P2]

4. Role of H’pylori in gastric ulcer. [RS Mar 04, P2]

5. Linitis plastica. [OS Apr 01]

6. Etiology of duodenal ulcer. [RS Dec 04, P2]

7. Malabsorption syndrome. [RS Sept 02, P2]

8. Amoebic ulcer intestine-gross, microscopy and complications.

[RS Oct 03, P2]

9. Classify colorectal polyps. Describe Peutz Jegher’s polyp. [RS Nov 00, P2]

1. Barrett oesophagus. [RS Mar 06, P2]

2. Write a note on Barrett’s oesophagus. [OS Apr 02]

3. Helicobacter pylori. [RS Mar 06, P2]

4. Role of H’pylori in gastric ulcer. [RS Mar 04, P2]

5. Linitis plastica. [OS Apr 01]

6. Etiology of duodenal ulcer. [RS Dec 04, P2]

7. Malabsorption syndrome. [RS Sept 02, P2]

8. Amoebic ulcer intestine-gross, microscopy and complications.

[RS Oct 03, P2]

9. Classify colorectal polyps. Describe Peutz Jegher’s polyp. [RS Nov 00, P2]

SA:1. Mallory Weiss Syndrome. [RS Nov 00, P2]

2. Acute gastric ulcer. [RS Sept 05, P2]

3. Morphology of peptic ulcer. [RS Mar 05, P2]

4. Macroscopy of benign and malignant gastric ulcer. [RS Oct 03, P2],

[RS Mar 03, P2]

5. Microscopy of chronic gastric ulcer. [RS Nov 00, P2]

6. Linitis plastica. [RS Nov 00, P2]

7. Signet-Ring cell. [RS Oct 03, P2]

8. Morphology of gastric carcinoma. [RS Dec 04, P2]

9. Mode of spread of gastric cancer. [RS Nov 01, P2]

10. Virchow’s node. [RS Nov 01, P2]

11. Meckel’s diverticulum. [RS Mar 06, P2]

12. Intussusception. [RS Nov 00, P2], [RS Oct 03, P2]

13. Gross and microscopy of ulcerative colitis. [RS Mar 06, P2]

14. Gross appearance of ulcerative colitis. [RS Dec04, P2]

15. Gross appearance of amoebic colitis. [RS ar 05, P2]

16. Pseudomembranous enterocolitis. [RS Nov 01, P2]

17. Tropical sprue. [RS Nov 00, P2]

18. Carcinoid Syndrome. [RS Oct 03, P2]

19. Enlist the symptoms of carcinoid syndrome. [RS Nov 01, P2], [OS Apr 01]

20. Microscopic appearance of acute appendicitis. [RS Mar 04, P2]

21. Classify colo-rectal polyps. [RS Sept 02, P2]

22. Peutz Jegher syndrome. [RS Oct 03, P2]

23. Villous adenoma. [RS Mar 06, P2]

24. Preneoplastic lesions of large intestine. [RS Dec 04, P2]

25. 4 preneoplastic lesions of carcinoma colon. [RS Mar 04, P2]

26. Staging of carcinoma colon. [RS Nov 01, P2]

27. Astler Collor staging of colonic cancer. [RS Mar 04, P2]

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