CSFA study guide

A cholesteatoma is a benign tumor that develops in the:
Mastoid Bone

A left subcostal incision is typically used for:
Splenectomy

postoperative hernias are common after which kind of incision?
paramedian

When performing an inguinal hernia repair and incising the external oblique muscle, the sensory nerve that innervates the scrotum and must be preserved is?
ilioinguinal

which section of the stomach is wrapped behind the esophagus during a Nissen procedure?
fundus

Which is the most common physically identifiable pathology of portal hypertension?
splenomegaly

A vagotomy is typically performed in conjunction with which other procedure?
pyloroplasty

Dumping syndrome is a complication of:
Gastric bypass

Which two arteries must be preserved during pancreas retrieval?
splenic and superior mesenteric

To establish a tracheostomy, a transverse or midline incision is made in the neck between he:
cricoid cartilage and suprasternol notch

During common bile duct exploration, which of the following structures is more likely to be injured?
hepatic artery

Which nerve innervates the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscle, and should be identified and preserved when performing a radical neck dissection?
Accessory

the incision for the tracheostomy is approximately 1/4″ above the:
suprasternol notch

In order to preserve the hepatic artery during liver and pancreas procurement, which branch artery must be identified and ligated?
Gastroduodenal

Zenkers diverticulum is an outpouching of the?
esophagus

Which hernia is typically the result of postoperative wound dehiscense?
incisional

The most common intraabdominal childhood tumor is?
nephroblastoma

A left subcostal incision indicates surgery of the:
Spleen

Removal of all liver tissue to the right of the falciform ligament is called:
trisegmentectomy

Surgical enlargement of the passage between the prepylorus of the stomach and the duodenum is a:
pyloromyotomy