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    1. 11 year old boy has mental retardation & convulsions. From birth small nodules were noted on both cheeks and nose. This boy is suffering from

    * von Recklinghausen's disease
    * Tuberous sclerosis
    * von Hippel-Lindau disease
    * Toxoplasmosis

    2. Hepar lobatum is due to:

    * Hepatitis A
    * Syphilis
    * Hepatitis B
    * Biliary atresia


    3. The most common cause of facial palsy is

    * Bell's palsy
    * Guillain-Barre syndrome
    * Parotid tumuor
    * Injury to the facial nerve
    4. The best way to diagnose Epilepsy is by

    * History
    * EEG
    * CT scan
    * X-ray skull
    5. Which one of the following is the common cause of chronic pancreatitis

    * Obesity
    * Gall stones
    * Polyposis
    * Chronic alcoholism
    6. In Duchenne Muscular dystrophy

    * The mutant gene is of X- linked dominant inheritance
    * ECG may show RVH
    * Average intelligence is normal
    * All mothers of affected boys are gene carriers
    7. Alcohol intolerance in not caused by

    * Penicillin
    * Sulphonamide
    * Furazolidone
    * Cerphalosporin
    8. Examples of passive immunization are all except

    * Tetanus
    * Hepatitis
    * Diphtheria
    * None
    9. All of the following are recognised features of pseudotumour cerebri, except

    * Papilloedema
    * Absence of localizing neurological deficit
    * Increased protein content in the CSF
    * Normal sized ventricle on CT scanning
    10. Negri bodies (Intracytoplasmic eosinophilic inclusions) are found mostly in

    * Cerebral cortex
    * Hypothalamus
    * Basal ganglia
    * Hippocampal pyramidal cells & purkinje cells
    11. Untreated benign intracranial hypertension usually results in

    * Visual failure
    * Sudden death
    * Status epilepticus
    * Permanent amenorrhoea
    12. At 30 days intra uterine life

    * Heart starts beating
    * Cerebellum develops
    * Optical vesicle appears
    * Pinna appears

    13. The commonest cause of supratentorial tumour in young adults is due to

    * Glioma
    * Tuberculoma
    * Meningioma
    * Secondaries
    14. Herald patch is seen in

    * Psoriasis
    * Lichen planus
    * Pityriasis rosea
    * Pityriasis versicolor
    15. After head injury, acute loss of urine of 500 ml/hour is noticed, and treatment includes

    * Injection of 5 mg of Vasopressin
    * I/V normal saline
    * I/V 5% Dextrose
    * Observation
    16. The usual natural history of an untreated chronic subdural haematoma is

    * Get absorbed spontaneously
    * Get calcified over the course of few months
    * Become infected from transient bacteraemia
    * Progressively enlarge and cause signs of increased intracranial tension
    17. In grief as in depression, there are similar findings, except for

    * Loss of self esteem
    * Sense of loss
    * Sadness
    * Loss of interest in outside world

    18. A 30 year old male complaints of aching sensation in the right groin with an inguinoscrotal swelling which expands on coughing. It is soft, resonant, reduces with a gurgle and is opaque. The most probable cause is

    * Omentocele
    * Enterocele
    * Hydrocele
    * Varicocele
    19. The anterior relations of right kidney include all of the following except

    * Suprarenal gland
    * Stoamch
    * Second par tof duodenum
    * Liver
    20. The concept that overprotectrive, intrusive and dominant mother and overcompliant submissive father leading to Schizophrenic son is known as

    * Skew
    * Drift hypothesis
    * Schism
    * Breeder hypothesis
    21. Graham steel mumur occurs in

    * Hypertension
    * CCF
    * Aortic stenosis
    * Pulmonary regurgitation
    22. Club foot in a new born is treated by

    * Surgery
    * Strapping
    * Dennis brown splint
    * Manipulation by the mother
    23. The congenital abnormality, which may be seen in foetus if Benzodiazepine is given to a pregnant lady in first trimester is

    * Cleft lip
    * Pulmonary stenosis
    * Atrial septal defect
    * Respiratory Distress Syndrome
    24. Backscatter factor depends upon all expect:

    * Quality of the radiation
    * The thickness of the tissue
    * Size and shape of the field
    * Focus to skin distance
    25. Prothrombin time detects the following factors

    * 8, 9, 10
    * 9, 10, 11, 12
    * 1, 2, 5, 7, 10
    * 11, 12
    26. Commonest cause of loss of vision in non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy is

    * Commonest hemorrhage
    * Mascular edema
    * Detachment of retina
    * Subretinal hemorrhage
    27. Which of the following present as acute abdomen:

    * Acute intermittent porphyria
    * Tabes
    * Pneumonitis of lower lobe
    * All
    28. Which is a non absorbable suture

    * Polypropylene
    * Polyglycolic acid
    * Vicryl
    * Collagen
    . Lymphocytes are damaged with a radiation dosage of

    * 2 rads
    * 10 rads
    * 20 rads
    * 100 rads
    30. 'D' shaped pupil in seen in

    * Glaucoma
    * Dislocation of lense
    * Iridodialysis
    * Iridocyclitis
    31. Which of the following is not an indication of amniocentesis for chromosomal detection

    * Diabetes mellitus
    * Previous Down's child
    * Maternal age more than 35
    * Parents with chromosomal anomaly
    32. Dandy Walker syndrome is due to obstruction of

    * Foramen of Munro
    * Foramen of Morgagni
    * Foramen of Mgendie and Luschka
    * Arachnoid granulations
    33. FSH is secreted by

    * Chromophobes
    * Basophils
    * Acidophils
    * Theca Interna cells
    34. Neurotransmitter which controls secretion of prolactin

    * Serotonin
    * GABA
    * Somatostatin
    * Dopamine
    35. Paris Green is larvicidal for

    * Anopheles
    * Culex
    * Aedes
    * None
    36. Failure rate of tubectomy is minimum in

    * Mardiener procedure
    * Parkland procedure
    * Promeroy procedure
    * Irving procedure
    37. True regarding akathesia is

    * Treatment is by anticholinergics
    * Patient wanders away from home
    * Presents with hallucinations
    * Behavioral therapy is required
    38. The Tay Sachs disease is due to accumulation of

    * GM2 gangliosides
    * Glucocerebroside
    * Galactocerebrosides
    * Sphingomyelinase
    39. Which of the following about breast milk is correct?

    * More lactose
    * Less fat
    * More iron
    * Less protein
    40. Which of the following require further digestion before absorption

    * Disaacharides
    * Monosaccharides
    * Di & tri peptides
    * Fatty acids
    41. About DNA

    * Double stranded
    * Adenine is bound to thymine,while guanine is bound to cytosine
    * Length of hydrogen bond is 3.0 Ao
    * All of the above
    42. Crest syndrome all except syndactyly

    * Raynaud's phenomenon
    * Esophageal dysmotility
    * Syndactyly
    * Telanglectasia
    43. About spermatogenesis all are true except

    * Spermatogenesis is favoured by FSH
    * LH favours spermatogenesis
    * Sperm motility is further improved by estrogen
    * High temperature favours spermatogenesi
    44. Granulomas are commonly seen in all of the following except

    * HIV
    * Syphilis
    * Tuberculosis
    * Leprosy
    45. All are features of marasmus except

    * Fatty liver
    * Oedema
    * Decreased insulin level
    * Decreased cortisol level
    46. Nagler reaction is due to

    * CI. Welchi
    * Pseudomonas
    * Streptococcus
    * Mycobacteria
    47. Scatter diagram show

    * Trend of event with passage of time
    * Relationship between two variables in the form of dots
    * Statistics as a pictogram
    * Statistics as a picture chart
    48. Which of the following drugs is not a part of thetriple therapy' Immunosuppression for post renal transplant patients?

    * Cyclosporine
    * Azathioprine
    * FK 506
    * Prednisolone
    49. The only pharyngeal muscle innervated by the glossopharyngeal nerve is

    * Stylopharyngeus
    * Palatopharyngeus
    * Superior constrictor
    * Middle constrictor
    50. The best initial screening test for suspected cases of hyperthyroidism is

    * Serum TRH and TSH estimation
    * Serum TSH and T4 estimation
    * Readioactive iodine uptake
    * Serum T3 and T4 estimation
    51. A 60 year old male presenting with obstructive jaundice, loss of weight, pain abdomen, gallbladder lump, he has

    * Carcinoma stomach
    * Carcinoma head of pancreas
    * Intestinal obstruction
    * Chronic cholecystitis
    52. In addition of kidney, counter current multiple system is present in

    * Crypts of gastric submucosa
    * Bone
    * Muscles
    * Skin
    53. Which of the following is not ototoxic

    * Kanamycin
    * Neomycin
    * Vincristine
    * Cisplatin
    54. Calcified hydatid cyst is most commonly seen in

    * Liver
    * Lungs
    * Kidney
    * Spleen
    55. Green colour urine is seen in poisoning with

    * Opiates
    * Carbolic acid
    * Sulphuric acid
    * Nitric acid
    56. Lathyrism is caused by :

    * Oxaloacetic acid (BOAA)
    * Aflatoxin
    * Sanguinarine
    * Pyrrolizidine
    57. The most diagnostic test for SLE is

    * Complement fixation test
    * Antibodies against ANA cell
    * Antobodies against DNA
    * Antibodies against nucleus
    58. Mean incubation period of leprosy is calculated from

    * Mode
    * Mean
    * Hormone mean
    * Geometric mean
    59. Pasteurization in heating milk at

    * 60 degree for 45 minutes
    * 63 degree for 10 minutes
    * 100 degree for 15 minutes
    * 136 degree for 15 minutes
    60. Percentage of data can be shown in

    * Graph presentation
    * Pie chart
    * Bar diagram
    * Histogram
    61. Untrue about Fluorescence:

    * Can occur as the result of the movement of orbital electrons in an atom
    * Is delayed phosphorescence
    * May be described as luminescence
    * Results in the generation low energy photons by high energy photons
    62. Intracranial tumor causes its effects by

    * Increasing intracranial pressure
    * Destruction of neuronal tissue
    * Invasion
    * All of the above
    63. True about liver glycogen is following except

    * It acted upon by phosphorylase
    * Ends as phosphate in kidney
    * Glucose-I phosphate outnumber the free glucose molecules from debranching process by a ratio of appr
    * CAMP is one of regulators of metabolism
    64. Adduction & internal rotation is seen in

    * Post dislocation of shoulder
    * Ant. Dislocation of shoulder
    * Ant. dislocation of hip
    * Post. Dislocation of hip
    65. Ova in uterus are implanted as

    * Zygote
    * Blastocyst
    * Morula
    * Blastula
    66. Vomiting is a common feature of following except

    * Missed abortion
    * H. mole
    * Ectopic pregnancy
    * Pre eclampsia
    67. Use of folic acid to prevent congenital malformation should be best initiated

    * During 1st trimester pregnancy
    * During 2nd trimester pregnancy
    * During 3rd trimester pregnancy
    * Before conception
    68. Which component of HBV causes glomerulonephritis

    * Hbe Ag
    * HBc Ag
    * HBs Ag
    * Anti HBs Ag antibody
    69. A drug X has affinity to bind with albumin and Y has 150 times more affinity to bind with albumin than X. TRUE statement is

    * Drug X will available more in tissues
    * Drug Y will be more available in tissues
    * Free conc.of drug X in blood will be more
    * Toxicity of Y will be more
    70. Granuloma is pathological feature of all EXCEPT

    * Giant cell arteries
    * Microscopic polyangitis
    * Wegner's granulomatosis
    * Churg strauss disease
    71. As per vaginal examination anterior fontanelle and supraorbital ridge is felt in the second stage of labour. The presentation is

    * brow presentation
    * deflexed head
    * flexed head
    * face presentation

    72. Investigation of choice to diagnosis Hirschsprug’s disease is

    * Rectal manometry
    * Barium enema
    * Rectal biopsy
    * Laparotomy
    73. Forceps application contraindicated in

    * Occipito posterior position
    * Occipito anterior position
    * Mento posterior position
    * Mento anteriro position
    74. Live vaccine is

    * BCG
    * Cholera
    * Rabies
    * Salk polio
    75. Characteristic field defect in retinintis pigmentosa is

    * Peripheral contraction of visual field
    * Ring shaped scotoma
    * Nasal contraction of visual field
    * Paracentral scotoma
    76. Mechanism of action of IUCD

    * Prevents ovulation
    * Prevents implantation
    * Barrier
    * All of the above
    77. The mean velocity of blood in the proximal portion of aorta is

    * 20 cm/sec.
    * 40 cm/sec.
    * 60 cm/sec.
    * 80 cm/sec.
    78. All are the side effects of prolonged phenytoin therapy except

    * Osteomalacia
    * Gynaecomastia
    * Megalobastic anemia
    * Gum hyperplasia
    79. Terminal spores are seen in

    * Bacteroides
    * Clostridium tetani
    * Clostridium perfringens
    * Bacillus anthracis
    80. Both intracytoplasmic and intranuclear inclusion body are found in

    * Measles
    * CMV
    * Both A and B
    * Influenza
    81. Quellung reaction is seen with

    * Pneumococcus
    * Gonococcus
    * Streptococcus
    * Staphylococcus
    82. Ante-mortem hanging is best indicated by

    * Dilated pupil
    * Protruded tongue
    * Petechial haemorrhages with congested face
    * Trickling of saliva down the angle of the mouth
    83. In India, the most important vector for Japanese encephalitis is

    * Culex tritaniorhynchus
    * Culex fatigans
    * Aedes aegypti
    * Anopheles culcifacies
    84. Type Ad tympanogram is seen in

    * Eustachian tube block
    * Secretory otitis media
    * Ossicular discontinuity
    * Acoustic neuroma
    85. Which of the following often causes bilateral pleural effusion :

    * Systemic lupus erythematosus
    * Cardiac failure
    * Rheumatoid disease
    * All of the above
    86. All of the following B-receptor-blocking drugs have got selective action, except

    * Atenolol
    * Metoprolol
    * Esmolol
    * Timolol only
    87. Which of the following is not true about fungal keratitis?

    * Satellite lesions
    * Unsterile hypopyon
    * Symptoms more than sign
    * Commonest cause is Aspergillus
    88. Difference between DNA and RNA is

    * Uracil
    * Guanine
    * Cytosine
    * Adenine
    89. True about Hirschsprung's disease is all except :

    * Aganglionosis of colonic wall
    * Chronic constipation starting in first few weeks of life
    * Rectal biopsy is useful for diagnosis
    * Anorectal Manometry has no role in diagnosis
    90. Osteochondritis is seen in :

    * Kohler""s disease
    * Calve""s disease
    * Panner""s disease
    * All of the above
    91. Which of the following non-deplorising muscle relaxant is inactivated by pseudocholinesterase

    * Gallamine
    * Pancuronium
    * Mivacurium
    * Doxacurium
    92. Statement not true about acute epiglottitis in children is

    * Rising sun sign positive
    * Usually caused by pseudomonas
    * Presents as dyspnoea
    * May need tracheostomy if there is respiratory distress
    93. Lecithin sphingomyelin ratio in amniotic fluid is used to assess the maturity of

    * Fetal liver
    * Fetal lung
    * Placenta
    * Fetal kidney
    94. Foramen of Bochdalek is in :

    * Skull
    * Pleura
    * Peritoneum
    * Diaphragm
    95. Landmark of right pleural reflection in mid-axillary line is rib

    * 6th
    * 8th
    * 9th
    * 10th
    96. Not an essential amino acid

    * Phenylalanine
    * Tyrosine
    * Glycine
    * Tryptophan
    97. In moderate renal failure, the dose of drug need not be altered is

    * Penicillin
    * Contrimoxazole
    * Chloromycetin
    * Gentamicin
    98. Critical level of alcohol on blood should be

    * 0.1%
    * 0.15%
    * 0.2%
    * 0.3%
    99. Which of the following chronic diseases is transmitted transplacentally:

    * Syphils
    * Malaria
    * Listeria monocytogenes
    * All the above
    100. Tinea versicolor is seen with

    * Pityrosporum orbiculare
    * Candida infection
    * Epidermophyton
    * Glucagonoma

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    Answers till 25 (Q12, Q15, Q16 unanswered) Will try to post the answers for remaining questions.

    1. 11 year old boy has mental retardation & convulsions. From birth small nodules were noted on both cheeks and nose. This boy is suffering from

    * von Recklinghausen's disease
    * Tuberous sclerosis
    * von Hippel-Lindau disease
    * Toxoplasmosis
    a
    2. Hepar lobatum is due to:

    * Hepatitis A
    * Syphilis
    * Hepatitis B
    * Biliary atresia
    b

    3. The most common cause of facial palsy is

    * Bell's palsy
    * Guillain-Barre syndrome
    * Parotid tumuor
    * Injury to the facial nerve
    a
    4. The best way to diagnose Epilepsy is by

    * History
    * EEG
    * CT scan
    * X-ray skull
    a
    5. Which one of the following is the common cause of chronic pancreatitis

    * Obesity
    * Gall stones
    * Polyposis
    * Chronic alcoholism
    d
    6. In Duchenne Muscular dystrophy

    * The mutant gene is of X- linked dominant inheritance
    * ECG may show RVH
    * Average intelligence is normal
    * All mothers of affected boys are gene carriers
    d
    7. Alcohol intolerance in not caused by

    * Penicillin
    * Sulphonamide
    * Furazolidone
    * Cerphalosporin
    c
    8. Examples of passive immunization are all except

    * Tetanus
    * Hepatitis
    * Diphtheria
    * None
    d
    9. All of the following are recognised features of pseudotumour cerebri, except

    * Papilloedema
    * Absence of localizing neurological deficit
    * Increased protein content in the CSF
    * Normal sized ventricle on CT scanning
    c
    10. Negri bodies (Intracytoplasmic eosinophilic inclusions) are found mostly in

    * Cerebral cortex
    * Hypothalamus
    * Basal ganglia
    * Hippocampal pyramidal cells & purkinje cells
    d
    11. Untreated benign intracranial hypertension usually results in

    * Visual failure
    * Sudden death
    * Status epilepticus
    * Permanent amenorrhoea
    a
    12. At 30 days intra uterine life

    * Heart starts beating
    * Cerebellum develops
    * Optical vesicle appears
    * Pinna appears

    13. The commonest cause of supratentorial tumour in young adults is due to

    * Glioma
    * Tuberculoma
    * Meningioma
    * Secondaries
    a
    14. Herald patch is seen in

    * Psoriasis
    * Lichen planus
    * Pityriasis rosea
    * Pityriasis versicolor
    c
    15. After head injury, acute loss of urine of 500 ml/hour is noticed, and treatment includes

    * Injection of 5 mg of Vasopressin
    * I/V normal saline
    * I/V 5% Dextrose
    * Observation
    ??
    16. The usual natural history of an untreated chronic subdural haematoma is

    * Get absorbed spontaneously
    * Get calcified over the course of few months
    * Become infected from transient bacteraemia
    * Progressively enlarge and cause signs of increased intracranial tension
    d or b. Mostly D
    17. In grief as in depression, there are similar findings, except for

    * Loss of self esteem
    * Sense of loss
    * Sadness
    * Loss of interest in outside world
    a
    18. A 30 year old male complaints of aching sensation in the right groin with an inguinoscrotal swelling which expands on coughing. It is soft, resonant, reduces with a gurgle and is opaque. The most probable cause is

    * Omentocele
    * Enterocele
    * Hydrocele
    * Varicocele
    b
    19. The anterior relations of right kidney include all of the following except

    * Suprarenal gland
    * Stoamch
    * Second par tof duodenum
    * Liver
    b
    20. The concept that overprotectrive, intrusive and dominant mother and overcompliant submissive father leading to Schizophrenic son is known as

    * Skew
    * Drift hypothesis
    * Schism
    * Breeder hypothesis
    21. Graham steel mumur occurs in

    * Hypertension
    * CCF
    * Aortic stenosis
    * Pulmonary regurgitation
    d
    22. Club foot in a new born is treated by

    * Surgery
    * Strapping
    * Dennis brown splint
    * Manipulation by the mother
    d
    23. The congenital abnormality, which may be seen in foetus if Benzodiazepine is given to a pregnant lady in first trimester is

    * Cleft lip
    * Pulmonary stenosis
    * Atrial septal defect
    * Respiratory Distress Syndrome
    a
    24. Backscatter factor depends upon all expect:

    * Quality of the radiation
    * The thickness of the tissue
    * Size and shape of the field
    * Focus to skin distance

    25. Prothrombin time detects the following factors

    * 8, 9, 10
    * 9, 10, 11, 12
    * 1, 2, 5, 7, 10
    * 11, 12
    c

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