2007ques plz ans these qs

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    HI ALL,
    can somebody plz ans these qs
    thanks alot.


    8.* A diabetic pt has vomited since last evening. Came to you at 10 am and has missed his morning dose. He measured glucose at home which was 10mg/dl. What to advise
    a. see again in the mid day
    b. recheck glucose level in mid day
    c. ask to drink fluid till nausea settles
    d. increase the dose
    e. ask to take missed dose now

    65. A lady with bruises and marks of violence comes to you for treatment of and old disease. On questioning, she admits that her partner beats her. What would you do
    a. call the police
    b. treat her old disease
    c. talk to her partner
    d. tell her and her partner to have marriage counselling

    91. A man enters your clinic and salutes you 3 times before coming in. What is this
    a. obsessions
    b. mannerism
    c. previous army training
    d. mania

    12) The Pathology report following a therapeutic abortion shows
    Arias-Stella phenomenon (decidualization). The most appropriate
    next step in the management of this patient would be?
    a) repeat a pregnancy test
    b) laporoscopy
    c) reassure the patient *
    d) prescribe oral contraception
    e) repeat the D&C
  2. Wish you good luck with your exam

    8.* A diabetic pt has vomited since last evening. Came to you at 10 am and has missed his morning dose. He measured glucose at home which was 10mg/dl. What to advise
    a. see again in the mid day
    b. recheck glucose level in mid day
    c. ask to drink fluid till nausea settles**
    d. increase the dose
    e. ask to take missed dose now

    65. A lady with bruises and marks of violence comes to you for treatment of and old disease. On questioning, she admits that her partner beats her. What would you do
    a. call the police
    b. treat her old disease
    c. talk to her partner
    d. tell her and her partner to have marriage counselling ***Give her a number to call

    91. A man enters your clinic and salutes you 3 times before coming in. What is this
    a. obsessions
    b. mannerism**
    c. previous army training
    d. mania

    12) The Pathology report following a therapeutic abortion shows
    Arias-Stella phenomenon (decidualization). The most appropriate
    next step in the management of this patient would be?
    a) repeat a pregnancy test
    b) laporoscopy
    c) reassure the patient *
    d) prescribe oral contraception
    e) repeat the D&C

    I am not sure about the last one
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Thanks alot for the answers...i have few more queries.....if anyone can answer them asap then it wud be gr8...thanks

    1.72 yr lady presents with confusion,she is afebrile.She has an ulcer on lower part of leg ,which has been treated by community nurse for several months.What will assist you in dx?
    a.swab the ulcer
    b.urine test
    c)CT scan
    d)Lumber puncture
    e)blood culture.

    2)In 6 hrs after cystoscopy a pt presents with fever 40c and chills.WOF is most likely?
    a.acute pyelonephritis
    b.Bladdr rupture
    c.staph infection
    d.supperative urethritis.
    e.cystitis

    9. one of your colleague is taking anti psychotic medication for her own psychiatric illness. what should be your advice to her??


    A. she should refrain from seeing pt. until she is asymptomatic
    B. she should take specialist review
    C. you should contact the medical advisory board

    10. What is the most common association of childhood obesity in Australia?

    A. Above average height
    B. Hypercholesterolaemia
    C. DM
    D. cataract

    11. What will be the first S/S when a plaster is too tight?

    A. Pain
    B. Change of colour
    C. Swelling
    D. Stiffness
  4. dr sonu

    dr sonu Guest

    Which of the following is true about tuberculosis pleural effusion?
    a- Blood-stained always
    b- Acid-fast bacilli are always found
    c- Most likely cells are lymphocytes
    d- It is transudate
    e- Glucose is normal or decreased

    2. Acute attacks of asthma can best be treated with:
    a- inhaled salbutamol
    b- oral-steroids
    c- Inhaled steroids
    d- Oral theophyline
    e- PEFR measured at home

    3. A young man presents with pleuretic chest pain and cough. On percussion there is dullness over the right base. There are no breath sounds in the right lower zone, but bronchial breathing is noted in the right middle zone. Which is the most likely diagnosis?
    a- Right lower lobe consolidation
    b- Right lower lobe collapse
    c- Pleural effusion
    d- Right pneumothorex
    e- Left tension pneumothorex

    4 .All of the following are the true Emphysema, except:
    a- clubbing is present
    b- Distant heart sounds
    c- Diffusing capacity is decreased
    d- Total lung capacity is decreased
    e- Hyperinflation of the lungs
  5. dr sonu

    dr sonu Guest

    Photosensitivity is present in:
    a- Amiodarone treatment
    b- SLE
    c- Niacin deficiency
    d- Thiamine deficiency
    e-

    2. In a patient with massive ascities, all are possible finding except:
    a- Hepatomegaly
    b- Shifting dullness
    c- Eversion of umbilicus
    d- Dullness to percussion

    3. Which are the following drugs can give Nephrotoxicity:
    a- Gentamycin
    b- Gold
    c- Digoxin
    d- Sulphnamides
    e- Mefenamic acid
  6. dr sonu

    dr sonu Guest

    . A 65 yrs old woman became confused. Laboratory findings were: Calcium 4.8 increased Caiciuria, decreased phosphate. Which is the most likely diagnosis?
    a- Malignancy (osteolytic metastases)
    b- Primary hyperthyroidism
    c- Idiopathic hypercalcaemia hypercalciuria
    d- Paget’s disease
    e- Multiple myeloma

    2. Papillary necrosis is caused mostly by:
    a- Diabetes
    b- Alcohol
    c- Analgasic nephropathy
    d- Medullary sponge kidney
    e- Sickle cell crisis

    3. In a patient with acidic urine, which are the most commonly found stones?
    a- uric acid
    b- Cystine
    c- Calcium oxalates
    d- Calcium carbonate
    e- Xanthine

    4. in patient with chronic renal failure:
    a- most patient develop osteoporosis
    b- Bone dystrophy is present
  7. dr sonu

    dr sonu Guest

    A woman presents with dark color urine, pruritus and jaundice. Blood examination shows a mild increase in alkaline phosphates, high AST and ALT. Which is the most likely diagnosis?
    a- Viral hepatitis
    b- Acute fatty liver
    c- Cholangitis
    d- Biliary obstruction with cholestasis
    e- Cholecystitis

    2.Which of the following is true regarding PheNytoin:
    a- Should be given three times daily
    b- It will decrease the effect of Warfarin
    c- It will decrease the effect of OCR
    d- If given in combination with other drugs, the therapeutic does should be halved.
    e- ?
  8. Simpson

    Simpson Guest

    1.72 yr lady presents with confusion,she is afebrile.She has an ulcer on lower part of leg ,which has been treated by community nurse for several months.What will assist you in dx?
    a.swab the ulcer
    b.urine test ++++++
    c)CT scan
    d)Lumber puncture
    e)blood culture.

    2)In 6 hrs after cystoscopy a pt presents with fever 40c and chills.WOF is most likely?
    a.acute pyelonephritis +++++++
    b.Bladdr rupture
    c.staph infection
    d.supperative urethritis.
    e.cystitis

    9. one of your colleague is taking anti psychotic medication for her own psychiatric illness. what should be your advice to her??


    A. she should refrain from seeing pt. until she is asymptomatic
    B. she should take specialist review
    C. you should contact the medical advisory board ++++++++

    10. What is the most common association of childhood obesity in Australia?

    A. Above average height +++++++++
    B. Hypercholesterolaemia
    C. DM
    D. cataract

    11. What will be the first S/S when a plaster is too tight?

    A. Pain ++++++++++
    B. Change of colour
    C. Swelling
    D. Stiffness
    Which of the following is true about tuberculosis pleural effusion?
    a- Blood-stained always
    b- Acid-fast bacilli are always found
    c- Most likely cells are lymphocytes +++++++
    d- It is transudate
    e- Glucose is normal or decreased

    2. Acute attacks of asthma can best be treated with:
    a- inhaled salbutamol
    b- oral-steroids
    c- Inhaled steroids ++++++
    d- Oral theophyline
    e- PEFR measured at home

    3. A young man presents with pleuretic chest pain and cough. On percussion there is dullness over the right base. There are no breath sounds in the right lower zone, but bronchial breathing is noted in the right middle zone. Which is the most likely diagnosis?
    a- Right lower lobe consolidation
    b- Right lower lobe collapse
    c- Pleural effusion +++++++++++++
    d- Right pneumothorex
    e- Left tension pneumothorex

    4 .All of the following are the true Emphysema, except:
    a- clubbing is present +++++++
    b- Distant heart sounds
    c- Diffusing capacity is decreased
    d- Total lung capacity is decreased
    e- Hyperinflation of the lungs

    Photosensitivity is present in:
    a- Amiodarone treatment
    b- SLE
    c- Niacin deficiency +++++++++++++
    d- Thiamine deficiency
    e-

    2. In a patient with massive ascities, all are possible finding except:
    a- Hepatomegaly +++++++++++++
    b- Shifting dullness
    c- Eversion of umbilicus
    d- Dullness to percussion

    3. Which are the following drugs can give Nephrotoxicity:
    a- Gentamycin
    b- Gold +++++++++
    c- Digoxin
    d- Sulphnamides
    e- Mefenamic acid
    . A 65 yrs old woman became confused. Laboratory findings were: Calcium 4.8 increased Caiciuria, decreased phosphate. Which is the most likely diagnosis?
    a- Malignancy (osteolytic metastases)
    b- Primary hyperthyroidism
    c- Idiopathic hypercalcaemia hypercalciuria
    d- Paget’s disease
    e- Multiple myeloma ++++++++++

    2. Papillary necrosis is caused mostly by:
    a- Diabetes
    b- Alcohol
    c- Analgasic nephropathy
    d- Medullary sponge kidney ++++++++++++
    e- Sickle cell crisis

    3. In a patient with acidic urine, which are the most commonly found stones?
    a- uric acid +++++++
    b- Cystine
    c- Calcium oxalates
    d- Calcium carbonate
    e- Xanthine

    4. in patient with chronic renal failure:
    a- most patient develop osteoporosis
    b- Bone dystrophy is present+++++++

    A woman presents with dark color urine, pruritus and jaundice. Blood examination shows a mild increase in alkaline phosphates, high AST and ALT. Which is the most likely diagnosis?
    a- Viral hepatitis +++++
    b- Acute fatty liver
    c- Cholangitis
    d- Biliary obstruction with cholestasis
    e- Cholecystitis

    2.Which of the following is true regarding PheNytoin:
    a- Should be given three times daily ++++++++
    b- It will decrease the effect of Warfarin
    c- It will decrease the effect of OCR
    d- If given in combination with other drugs, the therapeutic does should be halved.
    e- ?

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