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Gastroenterology MOC Sample Question 1

Which of the following procedures is indicated in patients with a single functioning kidney and a moderate sized renal mass?

  • APartial nephrectomy
  • BRadical nephrectomy
  • CCoronary angioplasty
  • DCystectomy
  • ESeptal myotomy
Gastroenterology MOC Sample Question 2

A 53-year-old male presents to your office for treatment of an anal fissure. He has failed conservative therapy. Which of the following is not an option for the treatment of his lesion?

  • AGlyceryl trinitrate
  • BLidocaine
  • CBotulinum A toxin injection
  • DOral nifedipine

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