AIPG 2011 Dental Questions Recall

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    AIPG 2011 Dental Questions Recall

    1. 'indifferent' fibers are

    a. elastic fibers
    b. oxytalan fibers
    c. collagen fibers
    d. None of the above

    2. Apical migration of epithelial attachment with corresponding recession of marginal gingiva results in

    a.Shallow sulcus
    b. gingival pocket formation
    c. infrabony pocket formation
    d. periodontal pocket formation

    3. Gingival clefts may be formed by
    a. occlusal disharmonies
    b. faulty tooth brushing
    c. normal frenum attachment
    d. use of dental floss

    4. Tobacco chewing is thought to be contributing / predisposing factor in which condition ?

    a. desquamative gingivitis
    b. ANUG
    c.juvenile periodontitis
    d. erythema multiforme

    5. ADH from

    a. pre optic
    b. supra optic
    c. para venticular
    d. post optic

    6. blood coagualation defect not seen?

    a. after taking brufen
    b. thalasamia
    c. VWF defiecien
    d.

    7. attached gingiva is

    a. always stippled
    b. non keratinized
    c. resistant to masticatory stress and forces
    d. resistant to inflammatory changes

    8. Type of bone present in interradicular area
    cortical
    cancellous
    osteophytic
    exophyric

    9. type of bone present on labial surface of anterior teeth
    cortical
    cancellous
    exophytic
    osteophytic

    10. most common cause of drymouth in adults
    tarnquilizers
    anti-histaminics
    insulin
    birth control pills

    11. most common clinical sign of occlusal trauma
    wear facets
    tooth mobility
    enamel cracks
    cuspal fracture

    12. probable etiology of gingivosis is

    high progesterone levels
    def of estrogen and testosterone
    pregnancy
    aldosterone deficiency

    13. supragingival plaque undergoes which of the following changes with time.

    plaque mass decreases
    plaque microflora becomes more gram positive
    plaque microflora becomes more gram negative
    plaque microflora becomes predominantly spirochetal

    14. difference between sub and supragingival calculus is related to
    pH of saliva
    death of leukocytes
    hemolysis of erythrocytes
    all of the above

    15. which of the following is a characteristic of supragingival plaque and not of sub gingival plaque in humans

    motile bacteria are predominant
    spirochetes are evident microscopically
    gram negative bacteria are predominant
    bacterial composition is altered by dietary sugar consumption

    16. delayed hypersensitivity or cell mediated immune reactions occur in patients with periodontal diseases because they often have

    -IgG antibody reactine with plaque bacterial antigens
    -T lymphocytes sensitized to plaque bacterial antigens
    -soluble immune complexes within involves gingival tissues
    -all of the above

    17. which of the following is most useful in diffentiating an acute periodontal abscess from pa abscess

    -type of exhudate-
    -nature of swelling
    -intensity of pain
    -result of periodontal probing

    18. which index would u use to access the severity of periodontitis in epidemiological studiesof a large population.
    -pma index
    -gingival index
    -periodontal index
    -sulcus bleeding index

    19. which of the following plaque indices does not use disclosing agent

    -plaque component of periodontal disease index
    -debris component of Simplified Oral Hygiene Index
    -modified Quingley Hein plaque index
    -all of the above

    20. following plaque index divides each tooth surface into 9 areas

    -php index
    -plaue index by silness and loe
    - modified Navy plaque index
    - glass criteria for scoring debris

    21. in gingivitis, the role of immunoglobulins is consistent with increased number of

    -fibroblases
    -neutrophils
    -lymphocytes
    -plasma cells

    22. teeth that are least affected by periodontal disease are

    -lower first molars and upper anteriors
    -lower premolars and upper canines
    -lower first molars and upper incisors and premolars
    -lower centrals, laterals and upper molars

    23.
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    Q23. dengue hemorrhagic fever caused by
    1 bacteria
    2 fungi
    3 virus
    4 bacteria superadded on virus

    Q24. Coeliac plexus is located:

    1. Anterolateral & around the aorta
    2. Posterolateral & around the aorta
    3. Anteromedial to lumbar sympathetic chain
    4. Posterolateral to lumbar sympathetic chain


    Q25. hypercapnia causes
    low blood pH
    high blood ph
    no change
    none

    Q26. Radiograph alone can diagnose:

    1. Periodontal pocket
    2. Periodontal abscess
    3. Anatomic root length
    4. Bifurcation involvement

    Q27. When pins are used in amalgam, strength of amalgam:

    1. Deceases
    2. Increases
    3. Remains same
    4. May increase or decrease

    Q28. Most common cause of TMJ ankylosis is:

    1. Trauma
    2. Development disturbances
    3. Infection
    4. Atrophy

    Q29. parenteral nutrion which is not given
    fibre
    micronutrient
    carbohydrate
    fat

    Q30. a young boy had a radio opaque area found at the apex of a permant tooth wid deep caries !!!

    condensing osteitis
    apical periodontitis
    chronic periodontitis
    ???????????????

    Q31. 'indifferent' fibers are

    a. elastic fibers@@@@@@@@@@@
    b. oxytalan fibers
    c. collagen fibers
    d. None of the above

    D ans for dis s COLLAGEN FIBERS ONLY

    ref - carranza 9th ed pg no. 38, its also given in glickmann's clinical periodontology..............

    Both d book states- In addition to these fibers types i.e. principal collagen, oxytalan n eluanin, SMALL COLLAGEN FIBERS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LARGE PRINCIPAL COLLAGEN FIBERS HAVE BEEN DESCRIBED. THESE FIBERS RUN IN ALL DIRECTIONS FROM A PLEXUS CALLED THE '' INDIFFERENT FIBER PLEXUS''.

    Q32. in gingivitis, the role of immunoglobulins is consistent with increased number of

    fibroblases
    neutrophils
    lymphocytes
    plasma cells

    Q33. Gingival clefts may be formed by
    occlusal disharmonies
    faulty tooth brushing
    normal frenum attachment
    use of dental floss

    Q34. In short which of the following is not and effect of increased prolactin level,..

    a. Visual field defects
    b. Gonadal dysfunction
    c. Headache
    d. Exccessive lactation

    Q35. Mother donated one kidney to her daughter, what type of graft is it?

    Allo.......
    Xeno
    Auto
    Iso

    Q36. high viscocity saliva related to increase caries in children

    a. really true
    b. partially true
    c. partially false
    d. really false

    Q37. 'not sensory to palate?

    a. facial n
    b , glossopharyngeal n
    c. asending pharyngeal n
    d. vagus

    Q38. dengue hemorrhagic fever caused by
    1 bacteria
    2 fungi
    3 virus
    4 bacteria superadded on virus

    Q39. involuntary movement of eye ball by

    a. visual cortex
    b. cerebellum
    c.?
    d. ?

    Q40. 'ant ethmoidal n suplies all except?

    a. ethmoidal air cells
    b. maxillary sinus
    c, dural sheath of ant cranial fossa
    d. interior of nasal cavity

    Q41. 'nitrates are not used in

    a. CCF
    b. esophageal spasm
    c. renal colic
    d. cyanide poisoning

    Q42. whch 1 not converted to an active metabolite?

    a. quinapril
    b. fosinapril
    c. benzopril
    d. lisnopril
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    Few other questions
    1.not an occupational disease
    a.lung ca
    b.skin ca
    c.liver ca
    d.leukemia

    2.all are STD except
    a.herpes
    b.scabies
    c.candida
    d.mycobacterium leprae

    3.minimum score of GCS
    a.1
    b.3@@
    c.7
    d.

    4.all are used in pitutary adenoma except
    a.orlistat
    b.
    c.
    d.letrozol

    5.both CMI and HUMORAL IMMUNITY are best elicted by?
    a.polysacchride Ag
    b.protein Ag
    c.
    d.lipid Ag

    6.which of these drugs interacts with warfarin but doesnt increase INR
    a. OCP
    b.metoclopramide
    c.
    d.erythromycin

    7.best time for interferon therapy
    a. when virus enters cell
    b.DNA/RNA replication
    c.protein replication
    d.uncoating of virus

    8. common occupational disease
    a.lung ca
    b.skin ca @@@@
    c.liver ca
    d.leukemia

    9. all cause secondary polycythemia except
    a.high altitude
    b.hemangioblastoma
    c.myeloproliferative disorder
    pheochromocytoma

    10. decrased metbolic rate is seen in
    a.obesity @@@@
    b.hyperthyrodism
    c.feeding
    d.exercise

    11. which of the following tests is not used for detection for specic aneuploidy?
    a.FISH
    b.RT-PCR
    c.lQF-PCR
    d.microarray@@@@@@@2

    12. all cause secondary polycythemia except
    a.high altitude
    b.hemangioblastoma
    c.myeloproliferative disorder @@@@???????
    pheochromocytoma

    13. not carrying parasympathetic fibres?
    a.trochlear @@@@@@@2
    b.facial
    c.occulomotor
    d, glossopharyngeal

    14. sensory supply of soft palate
    facial
    vagus
    glossopharyngeal
    maxillary

    15. all of true relation to scrub typhus except?
    a.mites act as reservior
    b.tetra is the drug of choice
    c.transmitted when aduld mites feed on hosts @@@@@@
    d,

    16. fulmiative hepatitis in pregnant woman by
    a.hep C
    b.HEP B
    c.HEP D
    d, HEP E

    Q17. india aims to eliminate which of the following diseases by 2015?
    a.malaria
    b.filariasis @@@@
    c.kala azar
    d,TB

    18. interdental col is prone to inflammation bcz
    epithelium is non keratinized
    plaque accumulates
    is difficult to clean
    all of d above

    19. sulcular membrane acts as semipermeable membrane through which

    bacterial products pass thru saliva
    fluid from gingiva seeps into saliva
    both
    none

    20. attached gingiva is

    always stippled
    non keratinized
    resistant to masticatory forces
    resistant to inflammatory changes

    21. m/c cause of dry mouth in adults
    tranquillizers
    anti histaminics
    insulin
    birth control pills

    22. m/c clinical sign of trauma occlusal trauma
    wear facet
    tooth mobility
    enamel fracture
    cusp fracture

    23. probable etiology of gingivitis
    high progesterone
    deficiency of estrogen n testosterone
    preganancy
    aldosterone

    24. supragingival plaque undergoes which of d foll changes wid time
    plaque microflora bcms more g-ve
    plaque microflora bcms more g+ve

    25. difference betwn color of supragingival n sub gingival calculus
    ph
    death of wbc
    haemolysis of rbc
    all of d above

    26. in multiple myeloma [ bence jones ] which 1 of the following is seen?
    a.alpha heavy chain disease
    b.gamma heavy chain disease
    c.mu heavy chain disease@@@@@@
    d,epsilon heavy chain disease

    27. mass chemoprophylaxis is endemic area recommended for all the following except??
    a.yaws
    b.filariasis
    c.leprosy@@@@@@@@@@@
    d,trachoma

    28. The following are true about tetanus acquired through traumatic wound:
    a. Clostridium tetani travels via the nerves to the anterior horn cells in the spinal cord
    b. the tetanospasmin component of the exotoxin acts on the post-synaptic neurones and prevents impulse transmission.
    c. the patient should be given antitoxin intravenously
    d. the presence of Clostridium tetani in the wound can be identified by a positive Nagler reaction
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    more qs

    when bile pool is low recycling becomes
    1. faster
    2. slower
    3.unchanged
    4. bears no relation
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    qs about mech of corticosteroids,
    cerebellar lesions
    migraine prophylaxis
    iv anesthetic causing bronchodialation,
    tocolytic agents,
    normal cd4 counts
    oxycephaly
    donovanosis
    prpofol
    headache of vascular origin
    3rd molar extaction
    down syndromne
    acute leukemia predispong factors
    cooleys anemia
    maternal mortalityrate
    ant ethmoidal nerve
    fatal ds- multiple myeloma etc
    juvenile perio bacteria
    ace inhibitors
    incidence > prev
    turnrs hypo
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    1.Non-respi function of lungs:
    sodium balance

    2.Function of bronchiaL circulation:
    gaseous exchange

    3.Sphingomyelinase deficiency, mental retardation etc:
    Nieman picks disease

    4.Rural and urban difference(PSM ques):
    TB

    5.Resurgence of malaria all except:
    Resistane in host
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    6.Heterozygous sickle cell anemia esistant towards:
    Malaria

    7.Scrub typhus all except:
    Transmitted when adult mite feeds..

    8.0.75 negative predictive value means??

    9.Cooleys anemia:
    beta thalassemia major

    10.Craniosynostosis,preaxial polysyndactyly...
    Carpenters syndrome

    11. normal CD4 cell count should be above:
    1000/cu.mm

    12.Not a cause of vascular headache:
    Anesthesia dolorosa
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    bronchial circulation is for air conditioning
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    tell their ans also
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    1 All of the following can be a cause of resurgent malaria except –
    a. Emergence of new strains
    b. Genetic alterations in the host
    c. Drug resistance in the parasite
    d. Resistance of the vector to DDT

    2 ADH from
    a. pre optic
    b. supra optic
    c. para venticular
    d. post optic

    3.not an occupational disease
    a.lung ca
    b.skin ca
    c.liver ca
    d.leukemia

    4.all are STD except
    a.herpes
    b.scabies
    c.candida
    d.mycobacterium lepra

    5 q.IN the pt who is in the state of consciousness what is the minimum level of score measured on glassgow coma scale??
    a.7
    b.5
    c.3
    d.0

    6.all are used in pitutary adenoma except
    a.orlistat
    b.
    c.
    d.letrozol

    7.both CMI and HUMORAL IMMUNITY are best elicted by?
    a.polysacchride Ag
    b.protein Ag
    c.adjuvant
    d.lipid Ag

    8.which of these drugs interacts with warfarin but doesnt increase INR
    a. OCP
    b.metoclopramide
    c.
    d.erythromycin

    9.best time for interferon therapy
    a. when virus enters cell
    b.DNA/RNA replication
    c.protein replication
    d.uncoating of virus

    10 Bacteria causing Sub-acute bacterial endocarditis -a) Strep. Viridians

    11 parotid fascia continues anteriorly as...
    1.fascia lata
    2.deep cervical fascia
    3 MASSETERIC FASCIA

    12secondary polycythemia is caused by a/e
    ans- myeloproliferative disorder

    13 sphroblastic anemia - increased osmotic fragility

    14All r true abt propofol exept
    causes vomiting@@@@

    15ann arbour classification
    Stage III :

    >Involvement of lymph node regions or lymphoid structures on both sides of the diaphragm
    >Involvement of two or more lymph node regions on the same side of the diaphragm
    > dnt remembr other options

    16all are STD except
    a.hapatitis B
    b.scabies
    c.candida
    d.mycobacterium leprae @@@@@

    17function of serum albumin
    oncotic pressure??????
    toxin transport
    buffer
    drug transport

    18both CMI and HUMORAL IMMUNITY are best elicted by?
    a.polysacchride Ag
    b.protein Ag
    c. adjuvants
    d.lipid Ag

    19which of foll nt used in hrtfailure....
    ................spironolactone,
    Nitroglycerine
    ,nestride

    20 non resp function of lung....
    .sodium exchange

    21 mysthania gravis..which is nt true...ab formed to ach receptors,accumulation of ach.
    .abs bind to ach...

    22 .negpredictivevalue 0.75 means....
    75%chances tht dis wil nt be present if test is negative.

    23..ethnicity refers to....

    24 incidence of dis at particular age in a given place calc by....
    .......paired t test
    ,chisq test
    ,ind t test.....

    25was sensory branch of ant. division of mandi. nerve
    .-long buccal
    buccal n
    26sensory supply of soft palate a/e
    vagus
    facial nerce

    27
    .tere tevdek sutures

    28 down syndrome translocation
    46xy t(14:21)

    29prophylaxis of migraine
    topiramate
    ppl
    fluner

    30 leukemia not common in
    down syndrome
    bloom syndrome

    31normal cd4 cell count

    1000 cells
    500
    200
    ????

    32bronchodilating intravenous anesthetic
    propofol
    thiopentone
    ketamine
    ????

    33most common caries seen in primary teeth ??

    occlusal pit fissures of molars
    proximal surface below cntct point
    proximal surface above cntct point
    ????????????????????

    34 aftr viewing a radiograph there were caries deep may b approaching the pulp horn ... wht should u do ??

    remove the entire carious lesion n strt pupectomy (m not sure but sumtng like dis )
    remove sum caries n place a intermmediate sedative dressng
    place a sedative dressing plan for a pulpotomy in the next appointment

    35
    bordetella pertusis ?? all except
    it cause disease in adults who hav taken vaccine
    ?????
    ???
    ????

    36
    spinal cord lesion causing dissociative sensory loss

    decussating fibres from lateral spinothalamic tract
    anterior column
    dorsal column

    37
    mosaic bone patern ???

    pagets
    osteosarcoma
    fibrous dysplasia
    ??????

    38
    most common cause of tmj ankylosis ???

    trauma
    infection
    ????

    39wht can u find out ony by radiographs ???

    anatomical root length
    sulcus depth
    ??? ??

    40
    root caries

    actinomyces viscosus
    strepto mutans ???
    ????
    ???/

    41
    not seen in periodontosis ????

    mycoplasma
    actinomyces
    aac
    ??????? not seen in periodontosis ????

    42 > :up:thi was repeated
    mycoplasma
    actinomyces
    aac
    ???????

    43 orces of --- occur in alveolar border of mandibular fracture
    compression
    tension??????????
    ???
    ???

    44
    which is not injured in lower third molar extrn

    IAN
    IAA
    Lingual nerve
    lingual artery ??

    45 x ray for third molar revelas nerve becomes thinner along the tooth root.. cause??

    root perforated by nerve,
    nerve goes between root of teeth???
    ?????
    ????

    46 The following are true about tetanus acquired through traumatic wound:

    a. Clostridium tetani travels via the nerves to the anterior horn
    cells in the spinal cord

    b. the tetanospasmin component of the exotoxin acts on the
    post-synaptic neurones and prevents impulse transmission.

    c. the patient should be given antitoxin intravenously

    d. the presence of Clostridium tetani in the wound can be
    identified by a positive Nagler reaction

    47 structure most commonly involved in injury while extn of mand 3rd molar?
    inf alv nerve
    inf alv artery
    lingual nerve
    lingual artery

    48 dofti is used for?
    proximal caries in primary teeth

    49 bordetella pertusis ?? all except
    it cause disease in adults who hav taken vaccine pulmonary endothelium?
    lipoprotein lipase...
    plasma actiyation factor
    thrombin
    factor x

    50 when patient has vancomycin resistant infection, tablet to b given,
    oflaxacin
    clarithromycin
    cefatrime
    linezolid

    51 which does not cause sedation
    buspirone
    diazepam
    ????
    ????

    52 patient taking rifampicin and OC became pregnant .. why?

    cos rifampicin caused increased metabolism of OC
    increase excretion of OC
    decreased absorpton of OC
    ???

    53 least antiemetic
    domperidone
    cisapride@@@@@@
    chlorpromazine
    metaclopromide

    54 best time for interferon therapy
    a. when virus enters cell
    b.DNA/RNA replication
    c.protein replication
    d.uncoating of virus

    55 all cause secondary polycythemia except
    a.high altitude
    b.hemangioblastoma
    c.myeloproliferative disorder
    pheochromocytoma

    56 decrased metbolic rate is seen in
    a.obesity @@@@
    b.hyperthyrodism
    c.feeding
    d.exercise

    57 which of the following tests is not used for detection for specic aneuploidy?
    a.FISH
    b.RT-PCR
    c.lQF-PCR
    d.microarray

    58 @ mensual cycle indicator
    a.steroid profile@@@@@@2

    59 not carrying parasympathetic fibres?
    a.trochlear @@@@@@@2
    b.facial
    c.occulomotor
    d, glossopharyngeal

    60 sensory supply of soft palate
    facial
    vagus
    glossopharyngeal
    maxillary

    61 in maternal mortality rate whch is not true
    a.it is expressed per 1000
    b.it is ratio not rate

    62 all of true relation to scrub typhus except?
    a.mites act as reservior
    b.tetra is the drug of choice
    c.transmitted when aduld mites feed on hosts @@@@@@
    d,

    63
    fulmiative hepatitis in pregnant woman by
    a.hep C
    b.HEP B
    c.HEP D
    d, HEP E @@@@[

    64 india aims to eliminate which of the following diseases by 2015?
    a.malaria
    b.filariasis @@@@
    c.kala azar
    d,TB

    65 interdental col is prone to inflammation bcz
    epithelium is non keratinized
    plaque accumulates
    is difficult to clean
    all of d above

    66
    sulcular membrane acts as semipermeable membrane through which

    bacterial products pass thru saliva
    fluid from gingiva seeps into saliva
    both
    none

    67
    attached gingiva is

    always stippled
    non keratinized
    resistant to masticatory forces
    resistant to inflammatory changes

    68
    m/c cause of dry mouth in adults
    tranquillizers
    anti histaminics
    insulin
    birth control pills

    69
    m/c clinical sign of trauma occlusal trauma
    wear facet
    tooth mobility
    enamel fracture
    cusp fracture

    70
    probable etiology of gingivitis
    high progesterone
    deficiency of estrogen n testosterone
    preganancy
    aldosterone

    71
    supragingival plaque undergoes which of d foll changes wid time
    plaque microflora bcms more g-ve
    plaque microflora bcms more g+ve

    72
    difference betwn color of supragingival n sub gingival calculus
    ph
    death of wbc
    haemolysis of rbc

    73 all of d above in multiple myeloma [ bence jones ] which 1 of the following is seen?
    a.alpha heavy chain disease
    b.gamma heavy chain disease
    c.mu heavy chain disease@@@@@@
    d,epsilon heavy chain disease

    74 mass chemoprophylaxis is endemic area recommended for all the following except??
    a.yaws
    b.filariasis
    c.leprosy@@@@@@@@@@@
    d,trachoma

    75Coeliac plexus is located:

    1. Anterolateral & around the aorta>this is wrong answer...around word is wrong
    2. Posterolateral & around the aorta
    3. Anteromedial to lumbar sympathetic chain .
    4. Posterolateral to lumbar sympathetic chain

    76 ga intrathecal contraindicated? dengue haemorrhagic feve
    Fentanyl
    ramefentanyle

    77
    parenteral nutrion which is not given
    fibre
    micronutrient
    carbohydrate
    fat

    78 'indifferent' fibers are

    a. elastic fibers@@@@@@@@@@@
    b. oxytalan fibers
    c. collagen fibers
    d. None of the above

    79 a young boy had a radio opaque area found at the apex of a permant tooth wid deep caries !!!

    condensing osteitis @@@@@@@@
    apical periodontitis
    chronic periodontitis which is difficult to diagnose
    1,necrosed pulp
    2.chronic pulitis@@@
    3.internal resorption

    80
    stains on children teeth
    chromogenic bacteria

    81
    orf stands for
    open reading frame??

    82
    clostridium tetani
    1.
    ant horn cell
    2.tetanospsmin exotoxin
    3.nagelers reaction in gingivitis,

    83 the role of immunoglobulins is consistent with increased number of

    fibroblases
    neutrophils
    lymphocytes

    84 Gingival clefts may be formed by
    occlusal disharmonies
    faulty tooth brushing
    normal frenum attachment
    use of dental floss

    85 plasma cells most fatal
    1.pagets disease
    2.multiple myeloma
    3.osteosarcoma

    86 .LA Failure
    Cations

    87
    2. ethinicity

    88 .Oral polio virus: killed vaccine

    89
    4. Bence jones protiens

    90.malignancy of AIDS: kaposi Sarcoma.

    91 .Cooley,s

    92.genicluate ganglion : Taste.

    93 Centre of eye movements.
    Frontal visual field

    94. site for subsance P

    95 All are tocolytic except.....
    ???
    ???
    ??
    Atosiban????

    96 Dopamine receptors D2 blocks Prolactin secretion, so when there is smethng interfering wid dis Dopamine receptors than what will not occur,... :::::::::::::: In short which of the following is not and effect of increased prolactin level,..

    a. Visual field defects
    b. Gonadal dysfunction
    c. Headache
    d. Exccessive lactation

    97 Mother donated one kidney to her daughter, what type of graft is it?

    Allo.......
    Xeno
    Auto
    Iso

    98. high viscocity saliva related to increase caries in children

    a. really true
    b. partially true
    c. partially false
    d. really false 'ant ethmoidal n suplies all except?

    99
    a. ethmoidal air cells
    b. maxillary sinus @@@@@@@
    c, dural sheath of ant cranial fossa
    d. interior of nasal cavity

    100 nitrates r not used in
    a. CCF
    b. esophageal spasm
    c. renal colic @@@@@@@@@@@
    d. cyanide poisoning

    101 'whch 1 not converted to an active metabolite?
    a. quinapril
    b. fosinapril
    c. benzopril
    d. lisnopril

    102 Apical migration of epithelial attachment with corresponding recession of marginal gingiva results in
    a.Shallow sulcus @@@@@
    b. gingival pocket formation
    c. infrabony pocket formation
    d. periodontal pocket formation Tobacco chewing is thought to be contributing / predisposing factor in which condition ?

    103
    a. desquamative gingivitis
    b. ANUG@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
    c.juvenile periodontitis

    104 d. erythema multiforme
    desquamative gingivits histological feaus- loss of basement membrane

    105 blood coagualation defect not seen?
    a. after taking brufen
    b. thalasamia
    c. VWF defiecien
    d.

    106 attached gingiva is
    a. always stippled
    b. non keratinized
    c. resistant to masticatory stress and forces@@@@@@
    d. resistant to inflammatory changes

    107 Type of bone present in interradicular area
    cortical
    cancellous@@@@@@@@
    osteophytic
    exophyric

    108 type of bone present on labial surface of anterior teeth
    cortical@@@@@@
    cancellous
    exophytic
    osteophytic

    109 most common cause of drymouth in adults
    tarnquilizers
    anti-histaminics @@@@@@@@@
    insulin
    birth control pills

    110 most common clinical sign of occlusal trauma
    wear facets
    tooth mobility@@@@@@@@@
    enamel cracks
    cuspal fracture

    111 probable etiology of gingivosis is
    high progesterone levels
    def of estrogen and testosterone@@@@@
    pregnancy
    aldosterone deficiency

    112 Down syndrome translocation
    46XY -14 t[14,21]
    47XY +21 t[14,21]
    47XY -14 t[14,21]
    46XY t{14,21]

    113 supragingival plaque undergoes which of the following changes with time.
    plaque mass decreases
    plaque microflora becomes more gram positive
    plaque microflora becomes more gram negative@@@@@@@@@
    plaque microflora becomes predominantly spirochetal

    114 which of the following is a characteristic of supragingival plaque and not of sub gingival plaque in humans
    motile bacteria are predominant
    spirochetes are evident microscopically
    gram negative bacteria are predominant
    bacterial composition is altered by dietary sugar consumption@@@@@@@@@@

    115 delayed hypersensitivity or cell mediated immune reactions occur in patients with periodontal diseases because they often have
    -IgG antibody reactine with plaque bacterial antigens
    -T lymphocytes sensitized to plaque bacterial antigens @@@@@@@@@
    -soluble immune complexes within involves gingival tissues
    -all of the above

    116 which of the following is most useful in diffentiating an acute periodontal abscess from pa abscess

    -type of exhudate-
    -nature of swelling
    -intensity of pain
    -result of periodontal probing

    117 which index would u use to access the severity of periodontitis in epidemiological studiesof a large population.
    -pma index
    -gingival index
    -periodontal index@@@@@@@
    -sulcus bleeding index

    118 which of the following plaque indices does not use disclosing agent

    -plaque component of periodontal disease index
    -debris component of Simplified Oral Hygiene Index@@@@@@@@@@@
    -modified Quingley Hein plaque index

    119 -all of the above following plaque index divides each tooth surface into 9 areas

    -php index
    -plaue index by silness and loe
    - modified Navy plaque index@@@@@@@@@@@@
    - glass criteria for scoring debris

    120 teeth that are least affected by periodontal disease are

    -lower first molars and upper anteriors
    -lower premolars and upper canines@@@@@@@@@
    -lower first molars and upper incisors and premolars
    -lower centrals, laterals and upper molars

    121 sinusitis...fluid level..clouding

    122ground glass appearence..
    .
    123 sphingomylein....

    124 back pressure porosity...

    125 f film speed recommended for caries detection
    1 c
    2 d
    3 e
    4 f

    126 hypercapnia causes
    low blood pH
    high blood ph
    no change
    none

    127 Radiograph alone can diagnose:

    1. Periodontal pocket
    2. Periodontal abscess
    3. Anatomic root length
    4. Bifurcation involvement

    128 When pins are used in amalgam, strength of amalgam:

    1. Deceases
    2. Increases
    3. Remains same
    4. May increase or decrease

    129. Most common cause of TMJ ankylosis is:

    1. Trauma
    2. Development disturbances
    3. Infection
    4. Atrophy
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    Guest Guest

    What is seen in acute infection?

    -leucocytosis@@
    -leukopenia
    -lymphocytosis
    -neutopenia

    If the Incidence of a dz is high and the prevalance is low, thn wat is correct....

    - the disease is cured easily or fatal
    - disease is not cured easily
    - none, they are not releated


    which of the following should be done for better efficiency and longer shelf life of a carbide bur..

    -should rotate slow before entering the cavity
    -should rotate fast before entering the cavity
    -sould rotate fast before entering the mouth
    -should rotate after entering the cavity

    in gingival sulcus the function of the immunoglobulins remain consistent with increase of

    plasma cell

    lymphocyte

    neutrophils

    Bacterial enzyme causing degradation of ground substance _______
    a) Hyaluronidase b) Collagenase

    which of thw following is correct for a facial porcelain preparation

    the walls should be parralel to the tooth surface

    the walls should converge facially

    the walls should diverge facially

    the walls should meet the tooth surface at right angels
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    Guest Guest

    Q. an emotional factor often is associated with eitiology in

    -juvenile periodontitis
    -chronic gingivitis
    -ANUG@@@@
    -acute herpetic gingivostomatitis

    Q. pt complains of pain and foul smell on third day after extraction,

    -irrigate the socket and place sedative dressing
    -curretage, sedative dressing
    -search for the roots

    Q.
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    Guest Guest

    1.Corticosteroids increase the neutrophils in circulation… the question was all are true about corticosteroid except: and the option was they “decrease†neutrophils in circulation… so this is the answer.
    Corticosteroids only decrease BEL …basophils, erythrocytes and lymphocytes in circulation…not neutrophils


    2.Which is not a disorder of clotting? Ans. is von Willebrand’s disease…as it has increased bleeding time


    3.Prolaction does not have a hypothalamic release hormone.


    4.A/E OF ACE inhibitors… all except…does not cause postural hypotension… they do cause postural hypotension acc. to Tripathi.


    5.CO poisoning shifts O2 dissociation curve to the left


    6.One question was about lymphocytosis, decreased glucose and increased protein in CSF… classic features of viral meningitis (poliomyelitis)


    7.Mutant sickle cell gene provides protection against “Malariaâ€, acc. to Neville.


    8.Which does not attach to thyroid cartilage’s oblique line…
    Sup. Constrictor
    Middle constrictor…. Both do not attach to oblique line on thyroid… but out of these superior constrictor will NEVER attach to thyroid cartilage…hence it’s the answer.


    11. Fibrin degradation products useful for diagnosis of Disseminated intravascular coagulation… repeat


    12.Albumin is oncotic… no doubt…
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    Guest Guest

    Anatomy
    1]true abt.injury to common peronial nerve causes a/e- a.anesthesia of sole of foot b.# of neck of fibula c.foot drop
    2]S5 root not involved in a.adduction of thigh b.foot dorsiflexion c.extension of knee d.flexion of knee
    3]not seen in the floor of 3rd ventricle is------- a.3rd nerve b.mamillary body c.optic
    4]posterior cerebral circulation obstruction doest involve----- a.pons b.mid brain c.cerebellum d.
    5]in anterior choroidal block not seen is------ a.homonymous hemianopia b.hemiplagia c.hemianesthesia
    6]which of the following pases through foramen magnum---- a.vertebral artery b.sympathetic trunk c.12th nerve d.int carotid artery
    7]structure not present below the pancreas head is---
    a) duodenum first part b) Aorta c) IVC d.cbd
    8]utricular creast is present in----- prostatic urethra
    9]nerve derived from trunk is--- a.supra scapular b.nerve to subclavius c.long thoracic nerve
    10]spinal anesthesia is given at----- l2-l4 segment
    11]low radial nerve palsy doest involve--- ecrl,ecrb,intrinsic muscles of hand
    12]supracondylar# usually involes- a.anterior interosseus nerve b.median c.ulnar d.radial
    13]not supplied by anterior division of mandibular nerve is--- a.lat pterygoid b.maseter c.medial pterygoib d.temporalis
    14]pain of ethmoidal sinusoitis is mediated by---naso cilliary nerve
    15]not a pneumatic bone is--- mandible, maxilla, ethmoid, frontal
    16]vestibular schwannoma arises from—superior vestibular division
    17]diaphragm is developed from all of the following structures except- a.septum transversarium b.cervical myotome c.pleuroperitoneal membrane d.dorsal mesocardium
    18]aortic musculature derived from-para axial, intermediate, latral
    19]epiphysial growth plate is an example of- a.primary fibrocartilagenous joint b.secondary fibro cartilaginous joint
    20]Major arterial supply to femoral neck is--- a.profunda femoris b.lateral circumflex c.medial circumflex femoral
    21]not a derivative of hypogastric sheath—a.broad ligament
    22]palpation of int carotid done at—superior border of thyroid

    Physiology & biochemistry
    1]vitamin k is required for carboxylation of----glutamate
    2]urea cycle occours in------ liver
    3]decreased energy is seen in thiamine deficiency this is because- thiamine is the cofactor for alfa keto glutarate and pyruvate dehydrogenase
    4]increased pcv in mountaineers is due to----- a.polycythemia and dehydration b.pulmonary edema c.blood los
    5]earliest sign of hypomagnesemia is-------- a.decreased dtr b.cvs depression c.hypertension d.convulsions
    6.hcg levens are monitored by---- a.bio assays b.ria c.elisa d.latex agglutination
    7] nitrates in intestine acts by--- inhibiting smooth muscle contraction
    8]durig a body plethismography test a man gives an expiratory effort against a closed glottis what happens to preasure of body and box a.both increased b.body preassure increases box preassure decreases c.viceversa of b d.both decreases
    9]cardio protective--- w3 fatty acid
    10]false is--- a.level of ldl not associated with formation of foam cells b.hdl can decrease the oxidation of ldl into foam cell
    11]vescicular sound heard in small airways because--- a.high Reynolds number b.lesser velocity c.lower radii of curvature d.higher total area of crossection
    13]enzyme transferring nh3 ion from one molecule to other is- amino transferase
    14]waxy translucent lines illuminant—phosphorus
    15]orthopnia is due to--- a.pooling in pulmonary circulation b.pooling in legs
    16]compliance of lung is decreased in a/e- a.reduced surface tension b.chronic bronchitis c.pulmonary edema
    17]oxygenated blood is present in—umbilical vein
    18]maximum water is reabsorbed from- jejunum
    19]ab can be membrane bound or secretory due to- differential splicing
    20]increased levels of all of the following is associated with atherogenesis except----- a.homocystine b. Ldl c. Apoe
    21]Increased production of a mutant protein can be favoured by—a.increased translation factors b.inducible promoter
    22]right isomerism associated with- aspleenia
    23]Gs alfa subunit gain in function mutation—increased gtpas activity
    24]false is--- a.factor 10 common pathway b.extrensic pathway can be activated by availability of phospholipid layer c. Calcium is an important clotting factor d.intrnsic factor pathway can be studied invitro
    25]Bmr depends on—lean body mass
    26]aldosterone receptors are not found in—liver
    27.two plznts are grown one flourescene and another in luciferase containing media in dark what happens
    1. both plants wil glow 2. both wil not glow 3. first wil glow 4. second wil glow

    Forensic
    1.Hyperthermia is seen in a/e- a mao i b.alcohol c.bi nitro cresol d.amphetamine
    2.bluish discoloration of mucosa nails and conjunctiva seen in- a.lead b.arsenic c.copper
    3.traces of gunpowder detected by- a.uv light b.infra red light
    4.rave drug is-ectacy
    5.Which of the following can be used in bioterrorism-- a.c botulinum b.small pox
    6.signature fracture is- depressed fracture
    7.sparrow leg appearance on face seen with- a.burst of dash board screen b.vitrolage c.bullet wound not penetrating face
    8.imprint of tyre on body- patterned bruise
    9. not a way of dental analysis- fdi,
    10.voilent shaking of child seen- a.#long bones ,b.orbital#, c.epidural haematoma d.spleen injury
    11.most common cause of death in schizophrenia is

    Pharmacology
    1.chronic use of inh causes deficiency in- isonhiazide
    2.True is- a.sulfonamide binds irreversibly to enzyme b.inhibition of malathion can be reversed by increasing the concentration of ach c.flouroacetate is a competitive inhibitor of aconitase
    3.not used for controlling post menopausal flushes in a woman with harmone +ve tumors is- tamoxifen
    4.amphotericin b causes deficiency in- potassium
    5.not given to treat diabetic macular edema-tamoxifen
    6.which progesterone is given in low dose ocp- a.norethensterone b.lovogestor c.madroxyprogesterone
    7.in a patient with reduced renal function, what is done to decrease toxicity due to contrast agent-- a.hypoosmotin solution b.fendopalm c.nacetyl cystine d.manitol
    8.pregnant woman with new sputum +vet b what is to be done- start category 1 immidiately
    9.drug of choice for central di is-desmopressin
    10.patient taking lithium presenting renal toxicity signs what should not be given- diuretics
    11.after taking penicillin patient presents with lymphadenopathy and shock hypotension probable cause- type 3 hypersensitivity reaction
    12.pregnant woman with sle not given in treatment- methotrexate
    13.resistance to opoid action acquired in a/e- miosis
    14.which is most commonly used for detoxification of opoid dependence- methadone
    15.alcohol detoxification all are used except- a.disulfiram b.acramposate c.flumazenil d.buspirone
    16.aflatoxin secreted by-aspergillus flavus
    17.fluvistart false is- a.pure estrogen antagonist b.approved for breast cancer c.toxicity/efficacy les than srem
    18.parentral nutrition not given- fibers, fat, cho, micro nutrient
    19.anti depressant also used in spasic bladder,- a.immipramine b.fluvoxamine
    20.muscarinic antagonists donot mediate- pupilary constricti
    21.serotonin syndrome a/e- a.dantrolin given b.charecterised by increased temperature and hypertension c.sri can precipitate it d.always predictable and not idiosyncratic
    22. true about mrsa a/e- resistance mediated by plasmids
    23.tetracycile is used in prophylaxis for- cholera
    24.pulmonary fibrosis/toxicity seen with-bleomycin
    25.haemorrhage after giving primaquine cause-g6pd def
    26.32 yr old hypothyroid patient with heart disease- a.give low dose levothyroxine b.thyroid mass implantation c.full dose levo
    27not used in migrane prophylaxis- a.propranolol b.topiramate c.flunarizine d.phenytoin/ca channel blocker
    28.antiviral which is an integrase inhibitor-raltigralvir
    29.contraceptive not given in epileptic patient- ocp
    30.alkalysation of urine done in- a.ifsophosphamide b.methotrexate c.platins d.arac
    31.not a side effect of methotrexate- diarrhoea
    32.given for treatment of varices- octreatide
    33.meglitanide false is— a. decreases post parendial hyperglycemia
    b. hypoglycemia less common than sulfonylureas c. it decreases insulin resistance
    d. it acts by releasing insulin
    34.best inotropic drug for rv -a.dopamine b.milerinone c.digoxin d.amrinone
    35.digoxin toxicity causes a/e- a.ventricular bigeminy b.bi ventricular tachycardia c.atrial fibrillation regularisation d.delayed av conduction
    36.false about erotinib is- a.tyrosine kinase inhibitor given for epithelial tumor b.given for ncc c.food delays its absorption d.side effect rashes
    37.after craniopharyngioma surgery first drug to be given in case of endocrinal insufficiency-cortiso

    38.what is given for chemotherapy induced thrombocytopenia-opralutin
    39.apripitant false is-a.a.nk1 agonist b.given for chemotherapy induced vomiting c.croses blood brain barrier d.metabolised by cyp450
    40.ranulogin false is-a.anti angina b.glycemic control
    41.false is-insulin is never required in typr 2 dm
    42.not seen on giving intra thecal opoids- a Dysphonia b.itching c.fall in bp
    43.true about buprenorphine at meu receptor is-- a. Partial agonist at MU Receptor c. Partial agonist at Kappa Receptor
    b. Full Agonist at Mu Receptor d. It is antagonist at Kappa receptor
    44.which is not antiresorptive
    a.Etidronate b.Strontium c.Teriparatide d.alendronate

    Pathology
    1.necrotising lymphadenitis seen in-kikuchi disease
    2.sterile pyurea seen in-1.chronic pyelonephritis
    a.wilmsâ€s tumour b.tuberculosis c.cystitis d.chronic pyelonephritis
    3.in a disease with platelet dysfunction what happens- a.normal number increased bt b.decreased number increased bt
    4.psamoma bodies not found in-follicular ca thyroid
    5.d/d between follicular adenoma and carcinoma- vascular invasion
    6.not an immune mediated disease- sickle cell anemia
    7.not due to abnormal protein folding- tb
    8.not associated with erythema nodosum pregnancy
    9.histopathology of nodule in leg shows fibroblastic foci with neutrophilic infiltration likely diagnosis sweats syndrome
    10.type of antibody seen in apla- gpi,ana
    11.most charecteristi finding in acute inflammation- increased vascular permiability
    12.increased free radical injury is associated with increased levels of a/e – superoxide dismutase , gutathion peroxidase
    13.alt and classical pathway both activate c3
    14.pirions- catalise folding of other protein
    15.chimerism is seen in- a. singleton pregnancy b.monoamniotic .monochorionic c.diamniotic monochorionic
    16.cell organelle involved in apoptosis -mitochondria
    17.hybrids are obtained by using the following technique except- 1)attaching inactive viral particle on cell membrane
    2)adding ethylene glycol 3)applying a small electric current
    18.slide fixing in pathology done by-
    a.formaldehyde b.alcohol c.picric acid d.glutraldehyde
    19.false about xanthogranuloma- caused by tb
    20. most potent stimulant of naive t cell- mature dendritic cell
    21.malignancy associated with nf syndrome-
    A.jml B. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia C. Aml
    22.coarctation of aorta mc associated with bicuspid valves
    23.aml poor prognostic factor-
    24.on fist time exposure to ova cells type of ab produced is- igm
    25.hb h disease occours due to -loss of 4 alfa genes
    26.phagocytosis all are true except >5 micrometer engulfed <5micrometer engulfed
    27.narp is- mitochondrial disorder
    28.cavitation pneumonia is seen in- staphylococcus
    29.nesidoblastoma false is
    a. Occurs in adults more than child b.episodes of hypoglycaemia are seen
    c. Histopathology shows Hyperplasia of Islet cells d. Diazoxide is used in treatment
    30.not a true neuronal tumor
    a.Neuroblastoma b. Gangliocytoma c. Ganglioglioma d.ependymoma
    31.true abt gastric carcinoma-
    a.occult bleeding in stool not seen b.achlorhydia predispose c.always scc d)radiosenstive
    32.decreased calcium increased phosphate and increased pth investigation not done is- urine routine
    33.killing power in phagolysosome is due to- oxidase
    34. c in crp stands for- cho polysaccharide of pneumococcus

    Microbiology
    1.je false is- a.in epidemics only 2-3 cases seen in a village b.mosquito bite is always associated c.70% infants
    2.a sewer worker presents with flu like symptoms liver studie abnormal trearment done is- a.sulfonamide b.quinolone
    3.yaws not true is-
    a. transmitted non-venerally b.caused by t.pertenue
    c. Secondary yaw can involve bones d. Last stages involve heart & nerves
    4.coryni bacterium diptheriae a/e- toxin production chromosomally mediated
    5.enterococcus
    6.prolonged carrier state not seen in measles
    7.most common cause of migrating visceral larva migrans is- toxocara, strongyloidosis, visceral leishmaniasis
    8.patient comes with a history of fever cough not responding to treatment x rays shows signs of pneumonia grams staining shows gram +ve branching filaments partly acid fast probable cause- a.actinomycosis b.nocardiosis c.aspergillus
    10.uncomplicated uti is diagnosed by a/e a. pus cell per field b.bacilli stained by gram stain c.nitrate test +ve
    11.patient comes with lymphadenopathy and hypotension after being bitten by rat what staining is to be done- waysons stain
    12.bile solubility to differentiate pneumococcus
    13.poly saccharide capsule helps in pathogenesis of a/e- a.H.inflluenzae b.Strep pneumoniae c.N.meningitidis d.bordetella pertusis
    14.parvo virus false is
    a.has affinity for erythrocyte p antigen b.causes transient aplastic crisis
    c.about only 10%of cases it crosses the placent d.spread by respiratory route
    15. not transmitted transplacentally- hsv
    16.true about Chlamydia trachomatis is- culture of pus for isolation of organism
    17.leptosporiosis true is- a.rats acts as reservoir b.feco oral route c.50%cases liver and kidney involved
    18.clostridium tetani false is- a.incubation period 7-10 days b.person to person contact c.heat resistant d.3 doses of vaccination
    19.c.jejuni false is- a.commonest cause of campylobacteriosis b.polutry source of infection c.humans are reservoir d.associated with gbs
    20.mc fungal infection in a non aids patient is-
    A.aspergillus B. Candida C. Cryptococcus D. Muco
    21.mc cause of meningo encephalitis in children is- entero virus
    22.8 yr old with sign of meningitis and ear infections with ring enhancement in the fronto temporal lobe all can cause it except a.hinfuenzeae b.staphylococcus c.pneumococcus d.pseudomonas
    23.whooping cough specimen is collected from nasopharyngial swab
    24.false abt pneumococcus- a.capsule helps in virulence b.mc cause of otitis media

    Preventive Medicine
    1.skew is calculated as a.mean-mode/standard deviation b.mode-mean/std deviation c.std deviation d.std deviation/mean-mode
    2.punnet square is for-- a.genotype of offspring b.statistical analysis
    3.orthotoludin test done for chlorine
    4.not true abt hospital waste management is
    a.red bag contents can be source of contamination b.human anatomical waste disposed in yellow bag c.black bag for incineration ash
    d.blue bag contents always disposed in secure landfill
    5.abt mmr true is denominator has total live births
    6. incidence of fetal spread of aids is decreased by a/e vaginal delivary
    7.test for pasteurisation phosphatise test
    8.not endemic in india is yellow fever
    9. not a cause of resurgence of malaria is use of bed nets
    10.resistant to ddt a/e phlebotomas
    11.indoor pollutant a/e
    a]co b)nitrogen dioxide c)radon d)mercury vapours
    12.false negetives demonstrated by graph
    13.5 factors determine a disease occourance, which test is suitable in this case multivariate, anova
    14.National screening programme doest include for- a.dm b.ca cervix c.breast ca d.dental carries
    15.mckeons model for medical awareness for tb shows decreased incidence of tb due to-
    a.increased awareness and knowledge b.medical advancement c.social & env factor d)behav modfn
    16.who stratergies for public health doest include leadership
    17.not a deliberate mosquito control measure alkaline soap water
    18.sampling method applied when groups are divided into subgroups and samples are taken a.stratified sampling b.cluster sampling c.simple random sampling
    19.hdi includes a/e education,gdp, life expectancy at birth, life expectancy at 1 yr of age
    20.dietary recommendation are a/e
    a. To avoid alcohol consumption b. Salt intake should be less than 5gm/day
    c. Saturated fat is about 10% of whole diet d.Cholesterol intake should be 100 gm/1000 kcal/day

    Orthopaedics
    1.blounts disease is- a.genu valgum b.genu varum c.genu rectavatum d.meninscal tear
    2.reimplantation first thing to be done is bone
    3.teenage girl complains ofpain while walking upstairs or after prolonged standing cause is 1. A.Chondromalacia of patella b. Patellar Fracture
    c. Torn Meniscus d. Bipartite Patella
    4.child presents with limp pain in femoral triangle diagnostically most appropriate test done is mri
    5.best investigation for bone metastasis bone scan
    6.osteoarthritis grade 3 management conservative
    7. a50 yr lady referred by orthoped with history of sprained ankle 2 mths back.. f/b recovery.. however she now complains of severe pain in that ankle with inability to flex that foot.. physician notes edema n shiny skin in local examination...prob dx:
    a fibromyalgia b chr. regional pain synd1 c chr. regional pain synd 2 d.peripheral neuropathy

    Obsteretics and Gynaecology
    1.clue cells seen in-bacterial vaginosis
    2.fallopian tube cilliary motility impaired in- katageners
    3.which surgery for stress incontinence has highest suces rate- a.kelly b.brusch colpo suspension c.sling d.vaginal tape
    4.cholestasis in pregnancy is diagnosed by measuring bile acids
    5.not a cause of primary amennorhoea sneehans syndrome
    6.timing of ovulation determined by a/e estrous cycle
    7.post menopausal bleeding usg shows 8mm thickening of endometrium next investigation endometrial biopsy
    8.33 wk 1500 gm baby born after cs management is oral intubation and oral feeding
    9.xo genotype commonly associated with gonidal dysgenesis
    10.open ntd shows elevated levels of acetylcholie esterase
    11.Earliest abnormality to be diagnosed by tv usg- anencephaly
    12.mefipristone is used in abortion
    13.give sedatives and bed rest
    14.clue cells seen in bacterial vaginosis
    15.pcod false is increased prolactin
    16.shoulder dystocia not done is fundal preasure
    17.contraindicated in a pregnant rheumatic fever patient is ergots
    18.pregnancy can be successfully continued with minimal maternal risk in wpw syndrome
    20.maternal weight is not influenced by smoking
    21.placenta previa management a/e cervical encircalage
    22.virilisation of a female infant is due to a/e placental sulfatase deficiency
    23.niot a evidence based treatment of menorrhagia ethamsylate

    Paediatrics
    1.baby 33 wks delivered after cs weighing 1500 gm should be started on 1. nil oral and iv fluids 2.oral nasogastric tube / aternate oralroute 3..TPN
    2.18 yr old boy presents with malina , haematemasis and spleenomegaly probable cause a.malaria dic b.extra hepatic portal vein obstruction c.bile duct occlusion d.cirrhosis
    3. pathological laryngophagial reflux presenting symptom respiratory symptoms
    4.5yr old chid presents with abdominal pain followed by diarrhoea probable cause is polyp
    5.major prognostic factor for cdh ispulmonary hypertension
    6.child borm to dm mother presents with convulsions after 16 hrs probable cause is hypoglycemia
    7.bronchiolitis obliterans
    8.malignant childhood tumor causing b/l proptosis a.t cell tumors b.rhabdomyo sarcoma c.all d.aml
    9.asd can be differentiated from vsd by
    a. Pulmonary congestion b. Aortic shadow c.enlarged la
    10.b/l adrenal haemorrhage
    11.pentalogy of fallot-asd

    Medicine
    1.minerelocorticoid receptors are seen in a/e liver
    2.ecg can diagnose a block in a/e a.lcd, b. left, c. Right ,d. lad
    3.a patient comes to opd with epigastric pain radiating to back on usg gall stones and a swollen pancreas seen. Serum amylase was not elevated probable cause a. acute pancreatits b.acute cholicystitis c.io
    4.first sign of pulmonary pleuthora is
    a. diameter of the decending Rt pulmonay artery >16mm b.diameter of the main pulmonay artery >16mm c. diameter of the lt pulmonay artery >16mm
    5.basilar migrane
    6.girl presents with rapid weight gain growth failiure and dry shiny skin probable cause a.thyroid dysfunction b.dysharmongenesis
    7.normal fsh and lh seen in vas obstruction
    8.a patient presents with a goitre, high tsh and low t4 probable diagnosis a.central hypothyroidism
    b.thyroid hormone receptor defect c.dysgenesis d.dyshormogenesis
    9,best test for myasthenia gravis edrophonium test
    10. incomplete compensation with pco2 30, p02 105, ph 7.45 probable cause is a.resp alkalosis b.metabolic acidisis
    11.in uncompentated dka not true is .pco2 levels are normal or increased
    12.fasting hypoglycaemia is not due to a)glucagon excess
    a]increased glucagon levels b) glucose 6 phospatase deficiency
    c) glycogen synthase deficiency d)ureamia
    13.for diagnosing insulinoma useful tests are a/e d xylulose test
    14.cjd
    15.normal parathyroid levels with increased phosphate and decreased ca is seen in pseudohypoparathyroidism
    17.best method for monitoring cardiac function in intraoperative mi is
    A.ecg B. Invasive arterial pressure C. Central venous pressure
    D. Trans esophageal echocardiogram
    18.not given for prophylaxis in migrane is- a.topiramate b.phenytoin c.levatriacitam d.flunarizine
    19.raise in end tidal co2 in thyroid surgery with tachypnea and hypertension is seen in a/e a.thyroid storm b.anaphylaxis
    20.pheochromocytoma true a/e
    B. 95% occur in the abdomen C. They secrete catecholamines
    D. They arise from sympathetic ganglion A. 90% are malignant
    21.for diagnosis of diabetes insipidus

    Surgery
    1.a person comes with 5 yr history of painless haematuria on 4 occasions the urine is filled with clotted blood which investigation would be diagnostically most revealing a.x ray kub b.urine routine and microscopy c.rcug d.dpta
    2.in a person with single kidney a fungating mass was seen in the lower pore of kidney next step in management a.partial nephrectomy b.radical nephrectomy with dialysis c.radical nephrectomy with immediate renal transplant d.observation
    3.gcs-10
    4.hepatic lobe left to falciparum ligament 2 and 3
    5.patient with stab wount with omentum coming out of wound, vitals are stable next step in management is a.immidiate laprotomy b.fast c.wound debridment and closure
    6.bladder ca stage 2 true is
    7.gastro esophagial reflux gold standard for diagnosis 24 hr dual ph monitoring
    8.while doing turp most common site for stricture formation in urethra
    a.navicular fossa B. Bulb C. Prostatic membranous urethra D. Bladder neck
    9.turp in done upper to verumontanum so as to avoid injury to
    10.commonest sign of pulmonary pleuthora is right side > 16
    11.which organ is not used for transplantation from a cadaver a.liver b.lung c.bladder d.blood vessels
    12.best repair for stress incontinence is kellys
    13.patient presents with epigastric pain radiating to back with normal serum values. Diagnosis was made after ct and usg after which operation was don what was the surgical procedure performed pancreatojejunostomy
    14.patient who had surgery for duodenal ulce presents with epigastric pain more during night which gets realieved on taking food probable diagnosis is
    15.amoebic liver abcess 1cm below capsule with size 3*4 cm true statement is
    16.hollow viscous perforation next step in management
    17.circumferential phimosis management is
    18.ranula is
    19.secondary haemorrhage occours after 6 days
    20.tripple phosphate stone seen in proteus infection
    21.c/i in medical management of gall stones radioluscent stone
    22.aspiration of food management
    A.cricothyroidectomy B. Emergency tracheostomy
    C. Humidified oxygen D. Heimlich maneuver
    23.cryptorchidic testes to be repaired by 12 months
    24.sebaceous ulcerated cysts are found in association A. Gardner ’s syndrome B. Turcot syndrome C. Torre Maura syndrome
    25.superior vena cava syndrome is caused by- A. Lymphoma
    A.malignant lymphoma B. Small cell lung ca C. Nscc D. Secondary tumours
    26.Blaschisko line is
    a.lymphatic lines b.blood vessel c. nerve d.line of development

    Skin
    1.Cicatrising alopecia with perifolicular whiteness is most commonly associated with
    a. Nail dystrophy b. Whitish lesion in the buccal mucosa c. Arthritis
    d. Discoid Plaques in the face
    2.2months after having a painless penile ulcer a patient presents with mucocutaneous lesion and oral ulcers causative organism is treponema pallidium
    3.pseudoisomorphism phenomenon not seen in a/e A.psoriasis B. Lichen planus C. Vitiligo D. Plane warts

    Radiology
    1.aortic knob is masked by
    a.upper lingual b.lower lingual c.apex of lower lobe d. post part ofupper lobe
    2.ct scan is least useful in diagnosing
    a. 1 cm of aneurysm in artery b.1 cm of lymph node in thyroid ca
    c.1 cm of pancreas mass in tail d. 1 cm of ....
    3.dose of radiation associated with haematological crisis a. 2.5-5 CGY b. 10 cgy c. 100 cgy d. 200 cgy
    4.about contrast radiography true is a.3 parts of iodine with 2 parts of solvent b.injection into artery is associated with 1/3 times more complication than injection into a vein

    Ophthalmology
    1.late endopthalmitis after iol implantation pseudomonas
    2.superior oblique paralysis will result in defective vision if he looks of vertical on looking down
    3.leukokoria in one eye and two small nodules at periphery of disc in other eye treatment
    4.floaters with sudden los of vision cause retinal tear
    5.argyl robertsonian pupil false is consensual reflex normal
    6.slowly expanding central macular vision los with no genetic history probable cause is staggerds syndrome

    Ent
    1.not true abt use of naf in otosclerosis is naf decreases osteoblastic activity
    2.cavernous sinus thrombosis
    3.while performing laser surgery for larynx it catches fire what should not be done by a.100%oxygen after discontinuing the anesthesia b.flushing with sterile water c.remove pvc tube d.steroids and antibiotics
    4.endolymphatic hydrops seen n miners disease
    5.onodi and hellar cells are found in

    Anesthesia
    1.la + vasoconstrictive drug is not given in digital anesthesia
    2.sickle cell anemia not given is regional iv block
    3.not a definite airway is laryngial mask airway
    4.convulsions is seen due to the use of which anesthetic a.ether b.halothane c.sevoflurane d.desflurane
    5.while giving epidural anesthesia a person suddenly develops dysphonia and collapses possible cause a.total spinal block b.anaphylaxis c.vasovagal syncope
    6.anesthetic not given in hypertensive patient ketamine
    7.patient remembers the events occurring during operation this can be prevented by bisspectral
    8.true abt epidural opoids are all except a.act on dorsal horn cells b.can cause itching c.nausea and vomiting d.resp and cvs depression

    Psychiatry
    1.a 5yr history of schizophrenia patient started on haloperidol 2 days back comes with neck rigidity orofaciolingual movements protruded tongue probable cause— a.acute dystonia b.akathesia c.neuroleptic malignant syndrome
    2.not seen in alcoholic trmens opthalmoplegia
    3.woman after loosig job diagnosed as depression true is ssri are the most effective
    4.imbecile false is iq level 50-70

    Orthopaedics
    1.blounts disease is- a.genu valgum b.genu varum c.genu rectavatum d.meninscal tear
    2.reimplantation first thing to be done is bone
    3.teenage girl complains ofpain while walking upstairs or after prolonged standing cause is 1. A.Chondromalacia of patella b. Patellar Fracture
    c. Torn Meniscus d. Bipartite Patella
    4.child presents with limp pain in femoral triangle diagnostically most appropriate test done is mri
    5.best investigation for bone metastasis bone scan
    6.osteoarthritis grade 3 management conservati
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    5 q.IN the pt who is in the[ state of consciousness what is the minimum level of score measured on glassgow coma scale??
    a.7
    b.5
    c.3
    d.0

    please answer this
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    1 All of the following can be a cause of resurgent malaria except –
    a. Emergence of new strains
    b. Genetic alterations in the host
    c. Drug resistance in the parasite
    d. Resistance of the vector to DDT

    2 ADH/DI from hypothalamic nuclei
    a. pre optic
    b. supra optic
    c. para venticular
    d. suprachiasmatic

    3.least common occupational Ca
    a.lung ca
    b.skin ca
    c.liver ca
    d.leukemia

    4.all are STD except
    a.herpes
    b.scabies
    c.candida
    d.mycobacterium lepra

    5 to access state of consciousness in t,. minimum GCS score is
    a.7
    b.1
    c.3
    d.0

    6.all are used in pitutary adenoma except
    a.orlistat
    d.letrozol

    7.both CMI and HUMORAL IMMUNITY are best elicted by?
    a.polysacchride Ag
    b.protein Ag
    c.adjuvant
    d.lipid Ag

    8.which of these drugs interacts with warfarin but doesnt increase INR
    a. OCP
    b.metoclopramide
    c.erythromycin

    9.best time for interferon therapy
    a. when virus enters cell
    b.DNA/RNA replication
    c.protein replication
    d.uncoating of virus

    10 Bacteria causing Sub-acute bacterial endocarditis -
    a) Strep. Viridians
    b)staph areua
    c)lactobacillus
    d.beta hemolytic strept

    11 parotid fascia continues anteriorly as...
    1.fascia lata
    2.deep cervical fascia
    3 MASSETERIC FASCIA

    12which is difficult to diagnose
    1,necrosed pulp
    2.chronic pulitis@@@
    3.internal resorption

    13 heriditary spherocytosis,all are true except
    a- increased osmotic fragility
    b. increase vol:surface ratio

    14All r true abt propofol exept
    causes vomiting@@@@

    15ann arbour classification
    Stage III :
    >Involvement of lymph node regions or lymphoid structures on both sides of the diaphragm
    >Involvement of two or more lymph node regions on the same side of the diaphragm

    16 Dental floss - Type 1 embrassure

    17function of serum albumin
    oncotic pressure
    toxin transport
    buffer
    drug transport

    18dengue haemorrhagic fever caused by
    virus


    19which of foll nt used in hrtfailure
    spironolactone,
    Nitroglycerine
    nestride
    trimetazidine


    20 non resp function of lung....
    .sodium balance


    21 mysthania gravis..which is nt true...
    ab formed to ach receptors,
    accumulation of ach.
    .abs bind to ach...


    22 .negpredictivevalue 0.75 means....
    75%chances tht dis wil nt be present if test is negative.

    23..ethnicity refers to....

    24 incidence of dis at particular age in a given place calc by....(CPAP values)
    .paired t test
    ,chi sq test
    ,student t
    test of variance

    25was sensory branch of ant. division of mandi. nerve
    .-long buccal
    buccal n


    26sensory supply of soft palate a/e
    vagus
    facial nerve

    27tevdek sutures- 4-72 hrs

    28 CLINICALLY SUSPICIOUS LESION- REPEAT BIOPSY

    29prophylaxis of migraine
    topiramate
    ppl
    fluner

    30leukemia not common in
    down syndrome
    bloom syndrome

    31normal cd4 cell count
    1000 cells
    500
    200
    100

    32bronchodilating intravenous anesthetic
    propofol
    thiopentone
    ketamine

    33most common caries seen in primary teeth ??
    occlusal pit fissures of molars
    proximal surface below cntct point
    proximal surface above cntct point


    34 aftr viewing a radiograph there were caries deep may b approaching the pulp horn ... wht should u do ??
    remove the entire carious lesion as part of acces prep n strt endodontic therapy
    remove sum caries n place a intermmediate sedative dressng
    place a sedative dressing plan for a pulpotomy in the next appointment


    35bordetella pertusis ?? all except
    it cause disease in adults who hav taken vaccine

    36 spinal cord lesion causing dissociative sensory loss
    a.decussating fibres from lateral spinothalamic tract
    anterior column
    dorsal column

    37mosaic bone patern ???
    oestitis deformans
    osteosarcoma
    fibrous dysplasia

    38most common cause of tmj ankylosis ???
    trauma
    infection

    39wht can u find out only by radiographs ???
    anatomical root length
    sulcus depth

    40 root caries
    actinomyces viscosus
    strepto mutans

    41 not seen in periodontosis ????
    mycoplasma
    actinomyces
    a.a

    42root caries - A.viscosis (repeated in exam)

    43 forces of --- occur in alveolar border of mandibular fracture
    compression
    tension


    44which is not injured in lower third molar extrn
    IAN
    IAA
    Lingual nerve
    lingual artery ??

    45 x ray for third molar revelas nerve becomes thinner along the tooth root.. cause??
    root perforated by nerve,
    nerve goes between root of teeth

    46 The following are true about tetanus acquired through traumatic wound:
    a. Clostridium tetani travels via the nerves to the anterior horn
    cells in the spinal cord
    b. the tetanospasmin component of the exotoxin acts on the
    post-synaptic neurones and prevents impulse transmission.
    c. the patient should be given antitoxin intravenously
    d. the presence of Clostridium tetani in the wound can be
    identified by a positive Nagler reaction

    47 Which of the following is not a somatic efferent
    a) trochlear
    b) facial @@@@@@@@@@
    c) abducens
    d) occulomotor


    48 dofti is used for?
    proximal caries in primary teeth

    49 pulmonary endothelium?
    lipoprotein lipase...
    plasma actiyation factor
    thrombin
    factor x


    50 when patient has vancomycin resistant infection, tablet to b given,
    oflaxacin
    clarithromycin
    cefatrime
    linezolid

    51 which does not cause sedation
    buspirone
    diazepam


    52 patient taking rifampicin and OC became pregnant .. why?
    cos rifampicin caused increased metabolism of OC
    increase excretion of OC
    decreased absorpton of OC

    53 least antiemetic
    domperidone
    cisapride@@@@@@
    chlorpromazine
    metaclopromide

    54 best time for interferon therapy
    a. when virus enters cell
    b.DNA/RNA replication
    c.protein replication
    d.uncoating of virus

    55 all cause secondary polycythemia except
    a.high altitude
    b.hemangioblastoma
    c.myeloproliferative disorder
    pheochromocytoma


    56 decrased metbolic rate is seen in
    a.obesity @@@@
    b.hyperthyrodism
    c.feeding
    d.exercise


    57 which of the following tests is not used for detection for specic aneuploidy?
    a.FISH
    b.lQF-PCR
    c.microarray
    d.nested pcr

    58 mensual cycle indicator
    a.hormone steroid profile@@@@@@

    59 not carrying parasympathetic fibres?
    a.trochlear @@@@@@@2
    b.facial
    c.occulomotor
    d, glossopharyngeal


    60 if pneumothorax occurs in a patient...
    a.surfactant will be reduced...
    b.intrapleural pressure becomes more negative....

    61 in maternal mortality rate whch is not true
    a.it is expressed per 1000
    b.it is ratio not rate
    c. denominator includes stiil births, live births,..

    62 all of true relation to scrub typhus except?
    a.mites act as reservior
    b.tetra is the drug of choice
    c.transmitted when aduld mites feed on hosts @@@@@@
    d,

    63 fulmiative hepatitis in pregnant woman by
    a.hep C
    b.HEP B
    c.HEP D
    d, HEP E @@@@[


    64 india aims to eliminate which of the following diseases by 2015?
    a.malaria
    b.filariasis @@@@
    c.kala azar
    d,TB


    65 interdental col is prone to inflammation bcz
    epithelium is non keratinized
    plaque accumulates
    is difficult to clean
    all of d above


    66sulcular membrane acts as semipermeable membrane through which
    bacterial products pass thru saliva
    fluid from gingiva seeps into saliva
    both
    none


    67attached gingiva is
    always stippled
    non keratinized
    resistant to masticatory forces
    resistant to inflammatory changes


    68m/c cause of dry mouth in adults
    tranquillizers
    anti histaminics
    insulin
    birth control pills

    69m/c clinical sign of trauma occlusal trauma
    wear facet
    tooth mobility
    enamel fracture
    cusp fracture


    70probable etiology of gingivitis
    high progesterone
    deficiency of estrogen n testosterone
    preganancy
    aldosterone

    71supragingival plaque undergoes which of d foll changes wid time
    plaque microflora bcms more g-ve
    plaque microflora bcms more g+ve

    72difference betwn color of supragingival n sub gingival calculus
    ph
    death of wbc
    haemolysis of rbc

    73 all of d above in multiple myeloma [ bence jones ] which 1 of the following is seen?
    a.alpha heavy chain disease
    b.gamma heavy chain disease
    c.mu heavy chain disease@@@@@@
    d,epsilon heavy chain disease


    74 mass chemoprophylaxis is endemic area recommended for all the following except??
    a.yaws
    b.filariasis
    c.leprosy@@@@@@@@@@@
    d,trachoma


    75Coeliac plexus is located:
    1. Anterolateral & around the aorta>this is wrong answer.
    2. Posterolateral & around the aorta
    3. Anteromedial to lumbar sympathetic chain .
    4. Posterolateral to lumbar sympathetic chain


    76 ga intrathecal contraindicated?
    Fentanyl
    ramefentanyle

    77 parenteral nutrion which is not given
    fibre
    micronutrient
    carbohydrate
    fat

    78 'indifferent' fibers are
    a. elastic fibers
    b. oxytalan fibers
    c. collagen fibers
    d. None of the above

    79 a young boy had a radio opaque area found at the apex of a permant tooth wid deep caries !!!
    condensing osteitis @@@@@@@@
    apical periodontitis
    chronic periodontitis


    80 green stains on children teeth
    chromogenic bacteria

    81orf stands for
    open reading frame??

    82 Donavanosis true is,
    caused ny camylobacterium


    83 the role of immunoglobulins is consistent with increased number of
    fibroblases
    neutrophils
    lymphocytes

    84 Gingival clefts may be formed by
    occlusal disharmonies
    faulty tooth brushing
    normal frenum attachment
    use of dental floss

    85 plasma cells most fatal
    1.pagets disease
    2.multiple myeloma
    3.osteosarcoma


    86 .LA Failure
    Cations

    87 recycling of small bile acid pool
    fast
    slow

    88 .Oral polio virus: killed vaccine

    89 nonvascular headache, anaesthesia dolorosa

    90.malignancy of AIDS: kaposi Sarcoma.

    91 .Cooley,s

    92.genicluate ganglion : Taste.

    93 Centre of eye movements.
    Frontal visual field

    94. site for subsance P

    95 All are tocolytic except.....
    ???
    ???
    ??
    Atosiban????


    96 Dopamine receptors D2 blocks Prolactin secretion, so when there is smethng interfering wid dis Dopamine receptors than what will not occur,...
    a. Visual field defects
    b. Gonadal dysfunction
    c. Headache
    d. Exccessive lactation

    97 Mother donated one kidney to her daughter, what type of graft is it? Allo.......
    Xeno
    Auto
    Iso

    98 high viscocity saliva related to increase caries in children
    a. really true
    b. partially true
    c. partially false
    d. really false

    99'ant ethmoidal n suplies all except?
    a. ethmoidal air cells
    b. maxillary sinus @@@@@@@
    c, dural sheath of ant cranial fossa
    d. interior of nasal cavity


    100 nitrates r not used in
    a. CCF
    b. esophageal spasm
    c. renal colic @@@@@@@@@@@
    d. cyanide poisoning

    101 'whch 1 not converted to an active metabolite?
    a. quinapril
    b. fosinapril
    c. benzopril
    d. lisnopril

    102 Apical migration of epithelial attachment with corresponding recession of marginal gingiva results in
    a.Shallow sulcus @@@@@
    b. gingival pocket formation
    c. infrabony pocket formation
    d. periodontal pocket formation


    103Tobacco chewing is thought to be contributing / predisposing factor in which condition ?
    a. desquamative gingivitis
    b. ANUG@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
    c.juvenile periodontitis
    d. erythema multiforme

    104 desquamative gingivits histological feaus- loss of basement membrane

    105 blood coagualation defect not seen?
    a. after taking brufen
    b. thalasamia
    c. VWF defiecien
    d.

    106MTA p:l ratio 3:1


    107 Type of bone present in interradicular area
    cortical
    cancellous@@@@@@@@
    osteophytic
    exophytic


    108 type of bone present on labial surface of anterior teeth
    cortical@@@@@@
    cancellous
    exophytic
    osteophytic


    109 most common cause of drymouth in adults
    tarnquilizers
    anti-histaminics @@@@@@@@@
    insulin
    birth control pills


    110 most common clinical sign of occlusal trauma
    wear facets
    tooth mobility@@@@@@@@@
    enamel cracks
    cuspal fracture


    111 probable etiology of gingivosis is
    high progesterone levels
    def of estrogen and testosterone@@@@@
    pregnancy
    aldosterone deficiency


    112 Down syndrome translocation
    46XY -14 t[14,21]
    47XY +21 t[14,21]
    47XY -14 t[14,21]
    46XY t{14,21]

    113 supragingival plaque undergoes which of the following changes with time.
    plaque mass decreases
    plaque microflora becomes more gram positive
    plaque microflora becomes more gram negative@@@@@@@@@
    plaque microflora becomes predominantly spirochetal


    114 which of the following is a characteristic of supragingival plaque and not of sub gingival plaque in humans
    motile bacteria are predominant
    spirochetes are evident microscopically
    gram negative bacteria are predominant
    bacterial composition is altered by dietary sugar consumption@@@@@@@@@@


    115 delayed hypersensitivity or cell mediated immune reactions occur in patients with periodontal diseases because they often have
    -IgG antibody reactine with plaque bacterial antigens
    -T lymphocytes sensitized to plaque bacterial antigens @@@@@@@@@
    -soluble immune complexes within involves gingival tissues
    -all of the above

    ________________________________________
    116 which of the following is most useful in diffentiating an acute periodontal abscess from pa abscess
    -type of exhudate-
    -nature of swelling
    -intensity of pain
    -result of periodontal probing

    117 which index would u use to access the severity of periodontitis in epidemiological studiesof a large population.
    -pma index
    -gingival index
    -periodontal index@@@@@@@
    -sulcus bleeding index

    118 which of the following plaque indices does not use disclosing agent
    -plaque component of periodontal disease index
    -debris component of Simplified Oral Hygiene Index@@@@@@@@@@@
    -modified Quingley Hein plaque index

    119 -all of the above following plaque index divides each tooth surface into 9 areas
    -php index
    -plaue index by silness and loe
    - modified Navy plaque index@@@@@@@@@@@@
    - glass criteria for scoring debris

    120 teeth that are least affected by periodontal disease are
    -lower first molars and upper anteriors
    -lower premolars and upper canines@@@@@@@@@
    -lower first molars and upper incisors and premolars
    -lower centrals, laterals and upper molars

    121 sinusitis...fluid level..clouding

    122ground glass appearence.. {was this asked ?}
    .

    123 sphingomylein....

    124 back pressure porosity...

    125 film speed recommended for caries detection
    1 c
    2 d
    3 e
    4 f

    126 hypercapnia causes
    low blood pH
    high blood ph
    no change
    none

    127 Radiograph alone can diagnose:
    1. Periodontal pocket
    2. Periodontal abscess
    3. Anatomic root length
    4. Bifurcation involvement

    128 When pins are used in amalgam, strength of amalgam:
    1. Deceases
    2. Increases
    3. Remains same
    4. May increase or decrease

    129. Most common cause of TMJ ankylosis is:
    1. Trauma
    2. Development disturbances
    3. Infection
    4. Atrophy

    130 all are true abt sitagliptin except,.....
    -is nt given alone, always wid sulfonylureas-
    -it causes,.. sme adverse effects??
    -increases insulin secrection,decreases glucagon,,

    131What is seen in acute infection?
    -leucocytosis@@
    -leukopenia
    -lymphocytosis
    -neutopenia

    132'saw tooth' rete pegs are seen in
    lichen planus@@@

    133 >>radiating lines on buccal mucosa
    lichen planus@@

    134MEAN>>>MEDIAN>>>>MODE__________ POSITIVELY SKEWED

    135 which of the following should be done for better efficiency and longer shelf life of a carbide bur..
    -should rotate slow before entering the cavity
    -should rotate fast before entering the cavity
    -sould rotate fast before entering the mouth
    -should rotate after entering the cavity

    136 if a 6 yr old patient comes with a bluish-purlpe swelling behind the deciduous second molar, then what will u do??
    - assure the patient,explain the situation and send him back
    - some curettage/enucleation/or sme extensive procedure,.. cant recall d other options


    137 Bacterial enzyme causing degradation of ground substance _______
    a) Hyaluronidase b) Collagenase

    138 which of thw following is correct for a facial porcelain preparation
    the walls should be parralel to the tooth surface
    the walls should converge facially
    the walls should diverge facially
    the walls should meet the tooth surface at right angels

    139 excisional biopsy
    -removal of normal tissue and all of lesion @@@@

    140 >paradoxical movement of chest in a patient who has suffered from trauma-
    _flail chest@@@


    141 Rotheras test used to detect
    carbohydrate
    protien
    fat
    ketone bodies

    142which of the following seen with acromegaly
    -large tongue@@@
    -micrognathia
    -crowding

    143 drug of choice trigeminal neuralgia-carbamazepine

    144 which of the following controls voluntary eye movements?
    a.frontal eye field
    b.superior colliculus
    c.visual cortex
    d.cerebellum

    145 Which of the following does not cause postural hypotension
    prazoxin
    phetolamine


    146 normal glucose and increased protein in CSF

    147 Which of the following is not an Alpha 2 blocker,
    yohimbein


    148which of the following is useful in representing the relationship between age and incidence of cancer?
    A.bar diagram.
    B.line diagram.
    C.pie diagram.
    D.stem and leaf.

    149four mabs and mechanisms, which is not correct
    ritusuximab/ etc CD cells/Bcells /TNFa/interleukins.. etc


    150 young child with indurated ulcers, fever , lymhadenopathy.... (acute herpati gingivostomatitis
    -symptomatic tT

    151 pt complains of pain and foul smell on third day after extraction,
    -irrigate the socket and place sedative dressing
    -curretage, sedative dressing
    -search for the roots

    152 if a radiograph shows 3mm bone loss, nd clinically there is 6-mm bone loss , true is?
    -facial or lingual bone masking the loss of interdental bone on radiograft

    153 first step to be done after trauma?/
    -clear airway
    -circulation maintainance

    154 Radiographically the level of alveolar crest corresponds to?
    -CEJ of adjacent teeth@@@@@@@@@@@
    -dentoenamal junction?
    -trabeculae pattern?
    -gingival margin?


    155 Child dosage of NSAIDs,. depend on
    weight of child

    156 difference in the cavity prepaaration of gold inlay and composite class 5
    convenient form
    gingival bevel
    cavosurface margine

    157 patient complains of sharp pain after recent restoration of gold onlay
    due to
    -galvanic current due to gold cast crown opposing amalgam restoration @@@@
    -improper filling\
    -pulpitis

    158 Most common Tumor of Parotid Gland
    -Pleomorphic Adenoma

    159 Herpangina is caused by
    -Cocksakie virus

    160 Deficiency of which vitamin will cause Hypoplasia of all teeth
    -Vit A @@@

    161 Neonatal Teeth
    - those errupted with in 30 days of birth @@@@
    - by 1 year
    -at birth

    162 most common site for sialoliths
    -parotid duct
    -parotid gland
    -submandibular gland and duct@@@@@@@@@@
    -sublingual

    163 nt match
    ......>herbiside
    nalaxone>tca

    164not related to action of cortiosteroids
    DECREASE ..iCAM...

    165..DNA repairs defect associated with
    A.Xeroderma pigmentosum@@@@
    B.icthyosis
    c.Mosaicism.
    d???

    166 >> First radio sigh to diagnose carious involvement in primary tooth
    -radiolucency in furcation area@@@@@
    -apical pdl radiolucency
    -internal resorption

    167 What will u do if after etching Class III cavity preperation is contaminated by saliva..
    -wash, rinse and re-etch @@@

    168.20 mins after avulsion of teeth what should be done
    -rinse wid saline, and replant @@@@
    -cutretage of root/etch??

    169 true about multiple myloma
    invariably raised alkaline phosphatase

    170 True abt Autism,
    -Mental retardation &
    -speech prob & communication prob

    171 juvenile periodontitis
    areobic G+ve
    -aerobic G-ve
    -anareobic G+ve
    -aerobic G-ve, .

    172 prostrate specific antigen-
    tumour marker

    173 obesity not caused by
    diabetes mallitus
    estrogen deficiency
    hypothyroidism

    174 Not present in basement membrane
    rhodopsin

    175 sd/mean
    coefficient of variance
    standard error

    176 Hyaline cartilage collagen
    type II



    177 gout = purine metabolism

    178 turner tooth

    179carpenter syndrome?

    180 oxycephaly?

    181/50%drug elimination at end of infusion
    context half life?

    182 cerebellar region lesion........
    b.ipsilateral
    c. contralateral

    183 DLC-EOSINOPHILIA

    184 HAEMOPHILIA - DEFECT IN FACTOR 8 GENE

    185 SOMATOMEDIN MEDIATE- CHONDRITIN SULFATE DEPOSITION

    186 True about broncial circulation
    air conditioning

    187 fibers attached to adjaceent teeth
    transeptal

    188 phlegmon type of
    cellulitis

    189 Incidence is high and prevalance is low means
    a. disease is cured easily or fatal
    b.disease is not cured easily
    c. they are not related

    190. not attached to oblique line of hyroid cartilage
    sup constrictor
    middle constrictor

    191,. No change in rural/urban
    TB

    192 less light headedness and early recovery and ambulation
    propofol

    193. CO poisoning
    shift of curve
    2,3 bpg

    194. mutation of sickle cell anaemia protective against
    malaria

    195. anti pseudomonal - cefoperazone

    196haemopoietic stem cells differ frm committed progenitor cells
    long term reconstitution of bone marrow

    197 true about ace inhibitors,
    c.i in asthma

    198Which of the following cells migrate into the sulcus, in largest quantity, as a result of plaque accumalation
    a)lymphocytes
    b)macrophages
    c)neutrophils/PMNs @@@@@@@@@
    d)plasma cells
  17. Guest

    Guest Guest

    1. reliability of a screening test refers to:
    a accurately measures what it is supposed to measure
    b gives same values even on repeated testing. ans
    c the extent to which the observer can go in finding the result
    d depends on knowledge of the observer

    2. an imp non respiratory functn of lungs:
    a anion balance
    b sodium balance ans
    c pottassium balance
    d calcium balance

    3 decreased bmr is seen in:
    a obesity ans
    b hyperthyroidism
    c feeding
    d exercise

    4 shingomyelinase deficiency is seen in:
    a niemann pick disease ans
    b farber disease
    c tay sach's disease
    d krabbe's disease

    5 rural and urban difference in prevelance is seen in all
    of the following except:
    a lung cancer
    b tuberculosis ans
    c mental illness
    d chronic bronchitis

    6 all of the following factors leads to resurgence of malaria except:
    a drug resistance in parasite
    b drug resistance in vectors
    c drug resistance in host.....
    d genetic variation in........ may be answer c or d

    7 india aims to eliminate which of the following by 2015:
    a malaria
    b tuberculosos
    c kala azar
    d filariasis ans

    8 bence jones proteins are derived from:
    a alpha globulins
    b beta
    c gamma globulins ans
    d delta

    9 gout is a disorder of:
    a purine metabolism ans
    b pyrimdine metabolism
    c ketone metab
    d protein metab

    10 which of the followng methods for assessment of female fertility during a menstrual cycle can best predict the timing of ovulation:
    a basal body temperature
    b fern test
    c spinnbarkeit phenomenon
    d hormonal study...or some steroidal level was the option answer
    d is ans

    11 autisticchild characterised with disorder:
    a visual impairement ans
    b delayed development of speech
    c lack of social interation...... or else
    d .............?
  18. jg

    jg Guest

    glass gow coma scale

    ans is 3 as minimmu score of individual test will b 1 nd minimum combined score will b 1+1+1=3
  19. Guest

    Guest Guest

    The antiviral effects of IFNs are exerted through several pathways;-

    (1) Increased expression of Class I and Class II MHC glycoproteins, thereby facilitating the recognition of viral antigens by the immune system.

    (2) Immunoregulatory effects - activation of cells with the ability to destroy virus-infected targets; these include NK cells and macrophages. IFNs appear to drive a shift from humoral to cellular immunity.

    (3) Direct inhibition of viral replication: several mechanisms contribute to the third pathway.

    production of specific inhibitory proteins eg. the Mx protein which has specific anti-influenza action. It is likely that more specific inhibitory proteins will be identified.

    inhibition of viral processes such as penetration, uncoating and budding from infected cells have been reported.

    in vitro studies with extracts of IFN-treated cells show that the main target of IFN action is translation, which is blocked by 2 mechanisms, both requiring the presence of minute amounts of dsRNA;-

    (i). activation of a dsRNA dependent protein kinase - this phosphorylates and inactivates the translation initiation factor eIF-2. The phosphorylation freezes the initiation complex formed by eIF-2, GTP and met-tRNAf with the small ribosomal subunit and mRNA. Because eIF-2 cannot be recycled, protein synthesis is inhibited or stopped.

    (ii). activation of 2-5 oligo A synthetases ® synthesis of 2-5A ® activates endonuclease L (itself induced by IFN) ® degradation of mRNA ® inhibition of protein synthesis.

    The combination of cell growth inhibition and enhancement of CMI accounts for the antitumour effect of IFN.

    SO PROTEIN TRANSLATION MAY BE ANS FOR INTERFERON THERAPY
  20. Guest

    Guest Guest

    1 All of the following can be a cause of resurgent malaria except –
    a. Emergence of new strains
    b. Genetic alterations in the host @@@@@@
    c. Drug resistance in the parasite
    d. Resistance of the vector to DDT

    2 ADH/DI from hypothalamic nuclei
    a. pre optic
    b. supra optic
    c. para venticular @@@@@
    d. suprachiasmatic

    3.least common occupational Ca
    a.lung ca
    b.skin ca
    c.liver ca @@@
    d.leukemia

    4.all are STD except
    a.herpes
    b.scabies
    c.candida
    d.mycobacterium lepra @@@@@@

    5 to access state of consciousness in t,. minimum GCS score is
    a.7
    b.1
    c.3 @@@@@@@@@@
    d.0

    6.all are used in pitutary adenoma except
    a.orlistat
    d.letrozol

    7.both CMI and HUMORAL IMMUNITY are best elicted by?
    a.polysacchride Ag
    b.protein Ag@@@@@@@@
    c.adjuvant
    d.lipid Ag

    8.which of these drugs interacts with warfarin but doesnt increase INR
    a. OCP @@@@@@@
    b.metoclopramide
    c.erythromycin

    9.best time for interferon therapy
    a. when virus enters cell
    b.DNA/RNA replication
    c.protein replication @@@@@@@@
    d.uncoating of virus

    10 Bacteria causing Sub-acute bacterial endocarditis -
    a) Strep. Viridians @@@@@@@@
    b)staph areua
    c)lactobacillus
    d.beta hemolytic strept

    11 parotid fascia continues anteriorly as...
    1.fascia lata
    2.deep cervical fascia
    3 MASSETERIC FASCIA @@@@@@@@

    12which is difficult to diagnose
    1,necrosed pulp
    2.chronic pulitis@@@
    3.internal resorption

    13 heriditary spherocytosis,all are true except
    a- increased osmotic fragility
    b. increase vol:surface ratio

    14All r true abt propofol exept
    causes vomiting@@@@

    15ann arbour classification
    Stage III :
    >Involvement of lymph node regions or lymphoid structures on both sides of the diaphragm @@@@@@
    >Involvement of two or more lymph node regions on the same side of the diaphragm

    16 Reliability ... repeat test...@@@@@@

    17function of serum albumin
    oncotic pressure @@@@
    toxin transport
    buffer
    drug transport

    18dengue haemorrhagic fever caused by
    virus @@@@


    19which of foll nt used in hrtfailure
    spironolactone,
    Nitroglycerine
    nestride
    trimetazidine


    20 non resp function of lung....
    .sodium balance @@@@@


    21 mysthania gravis..which is nt true...
    ab formed to ach receptors,
    accumulation of ach.
    .abs bind to ach...


    22 .negpredictivevalue 0.75 means....
    75%chances tht dis wil nt be present if test is negative. --god only knows

    23..ethnicity refers to.... --god only knows

    24 incidence of dis at particular age in a given place calc by....(CPAP values)
    .paired t test
    ,chi sq test
    ,student t
    test of variance

    25was sensory branch of ant. division of mandi. nerve
    .-long buccal @@@@
    buccal n


    26sensory supply of soft palate a/e [contra]
    vagus
    facial nerve

    27tevdek sutures- 48-72 hrs @@@@

    28 CLINICALLY SUSPICIOUS LESION- REPEAT BIOPSY @@@@@@

    29prophylaxis of migraine
    topiramate
    ppl
    fluner

    30leukemia not common in
    down syndrome
    bloom syndrome

    31normal cd4 cell count
    1000 cells @@@@@@@@2
    500
    200
    100

    32bronchodilating intravenous anesthetic
    propofol
    thiopentone
    ketamine

    33most common caries seen in primary teeth ?? [contra]
    occlusal pit fissures of molars
    proximal surface below cntct point
    proximal surface above cntct point


    34 aftr viewing a radiograph there were caries deep may b approaching the pulp horn ... wht should u do ??
    remove the entire carious lesion as part of acces prep n strt endodontic therapy
    remove sum caries n place a intermmediate sedative dressng
    plan for a pulpotomy in the next appointment @@@@@


    35bordetella pertusis ?? all except
    it cause disease in adults who hav taken vaccine

    36 spinal cord lesion causing dissociative sensory loss
    a.decussating fibres from lateral spinothalamic tract @@@@@@@
    anterior column
    dorsal column

    37mosaic bone patern ???
    oestitis deformans @@@@@
    osteosarcoma
    fibrous dysplasia

    38An 8year old child comes to your clinic with large front teeth having jagged margins, what is the treatment plan for the patient,
    a)smoothen the jagged margins and apply fluoride varnish
    b)build up other teteth to large size/
    c)extracting large teeth?
    d)Assure him, and send him back,.. @@@@@


    39Most important bevel in Gold inlay -gingival bevel@@@@@@@


    40 root caries
    actinomyces viscosus @@@
    strepto mutans

    41 not seen in periodontosis ????
    mycoplasma
    actinomyces @@@@@
    a.a

    42root caries - A.viscosis (repeated in exam)

    43 forces of --- occur in alveolar border of mandibular fracture
    compression
    tension @@@@@@@


    44which is not injured in lower third molar extrn
    IAN
    IAA
    Lingual nerve
    lingual artery @@@@

    45 x ray for third molar revelas nerve becomes thinner along the tooth root.. cause??
    root perforated by nerve,
    nerve goes between root of teeth

    46 The following are true about tetanus acquired through traumatic wound:
    a. Clostridium tetani travels via the nerves to the anterior horn
    cells in the spinal cord
    b. the tetanospasmin component of the exotoxin acts on the
    post-synaptic neurones and prevents impulse transmission. @@@@@@@@
    c. the patient should be given antitoxin intravenously
    d. the presence of Clostridium tetani in the wound can be
    identified by a positive Nagler reaction

    47 Which of the following is not a somatic efferent
    a) trochlear
    b) facial @@@@@@@@@@
    c) abducens
    d) occulomotor


    48 dofti is used for?
    proximal caries in primary teeth @@@@@@@@

    49 pulmonary endothelium? [contra]
    lipoprotein lipase...
    plasma actiyation factor
    thrombin
    factor x


    50 when patient has vancomycin resistant infection, tablet to b given,
    oflaxacin
    clarithromycin
    cefatrime
    linezolid @@@@@

    51 which does not cause sedation
    buspirone
    diazepam


    52 patient taking rifampicin and OC became pregnant .. why?
    cos rifampicin caused increased metabolism of OC @@@@
    increase excretion of OC
    decreased absorpton of OC

    53 least antiemetic
    domperidone
    cisapride@@@@@@
    chlorpromazine
    metaclopromide

    54 PERIODONTOMETER - tooth mobility

    55 all cause secondary polycythemia except
    a.high altitude
    b.hemangioblastoma
    c.myeloproliferative disorder @@@@@@@@
    pheochromocytoma


    56 decrased metbolic rate is seen in
    a.obesity @@@@
    b.hyperthyrodism
    c.feeding
    d.exercise


    57 which of the following tests is not used for detection for specic aneuploidy?
    a.FISH
    b.lQF-PCR
    c.microarray @@@@@@@
    d.nested pcr

    58 mensual cycle indicator
    a.hormone steroid profile@@@@@@

    59 not carrying parasympathetic fibres?
    a.trochlear @@@@@@@2
    b.facial
    c.occulomotor
    d, glossopharyngeal


    60 if pneumothorax occurs in a patient...
    a.surfactant will be reduced...
    b.intrapleural pressure becomes more negative....

    61 in maternal mortality rate whch is not true
    a.it is expressed per 1000
    b.it is ratio not rate @@@@@@@
    c. denominator includes stiil births, live births,..

    62 all of true relation to scrub typhus except?
    a.mites act as reservior
    b.tetra is the drug of choice
    c.transmitted when aduld mites feed on hosts @@@@@@
    d,

    63 fulmiative hepatitis in pregnant woman by
    a.hep C
    b.HEP B
    c.HEP D
    d, HEP E @@@@[


    64 india aims to eliminate which of the following diseases by 2015?
    a.malaria
    b.filariasis @@@@
    c.kala azar
    d,TB


    65 interdental col is prone to inflammation bcz
    epithelium is non keratinized @@@@@@@@
    plaque accumulates
    is difficult to clean
    all of d above


    66sulcular membrane acts as semipermeable membrane through which
    bacterial products pass thru saliva
    fluid from gingiva seeps into saliva
    both @@@@@
    none


    67attached gingiva is
    always stippled
    non keratinized
    resistant to masticatory forces @@@@@@@@
    resistant to inflammatory changes


    68in the soft tissue wall of the periodontal pocket... both proliferative and degenrative changes are seen. @@@@@@@@

    69the severe alveolar bone loss in patients with juvenile periodontitis is associated with...
    a.impaired osteoblastic activity
    b.increased phagocytosis
    c.impaired neutrophil chemotaxis @@@@@@@
    d.increased macrophage migration



    70all of the following have hypothalamic releasing hormones except:
    answer is prolactin

    71supragingival plaque undergoes which of d foll changes wid time
    plaque microflora bcms more g-ve @@@@@@@
    plaque microflora bcms more g+ve

    72difference betwn color of supragingival n sub gingival calculus
    ph
    death of wbc
    haemolysis of rbc @@@@@@@@

    73 all of d above in multiple myeloma [ bence jones ] which 1 of the following is seen?
    a.alpha heavy chain disease
    b.gamma heavy chain disease
    c.mu heavy chain disease@@@@@@
    d,epsilon heavy chain disease


    74 mass chemoprophylaxis is endemic area recommended for all the following except??
    a.yaws
    b.filariasis
    c.leprosy@@@@@@@@@@@
    d,trachoma


    75Coeliac plexus is located:
    1. Anterolateral & around the aorta>this is wrong answer.
    2. Posterolateral & around the aorta
    3. Anteromedial to lumbar sympathetic chain .@@@@@@@@
    4. Posterolateral to lumbar sympathetic chain


    76 ga intrathecal contraindicated?
    Fentanyl
    ramefentanyle

    77 parenteral nutrion which is not given
    fibre @@@@@@@@@
    78 'indifferent' fibers are
    a. elastic fibers
    b. oxytalan fibers
    c. collagen fibers @@@@@@@
    d. None of the above

    79 a young boy had a radio opaque area found at the apex of a permant tooth wid deep caries !!!
    condensing osteitis @@@@@@@@
    apical periodontitis
    chronic periodontitis


    80 green stains on children teeth
    chromogenic bacteria @@@@@@@

    81orf stands for
    open reading frame@@@@@

    82 Donavanosis true is,
    caused ny camylobacterium


    83 the role of immunoglobulins is consistent with increased number of
    plasma cells@@@@@@@
    neutrophils
    lymphocytes

    84 Gingival clefts may be formed by
    occlusal disharmonies
    faulty tooth brushing @@@@@@@@@
    normal frenum attachment
    use of dental floss

    85 plasma cells most fatal
    1.pagets disease
    2.multiple myeloma @@@@@@@
    3.osteosarcoma


    86 .LA Failure
    Cations

    87 recycling of small bile acid pool
    fast
    slow

    88 .Oral polio virus: killed vaccine @@@@@@

    89 nonvascular headache, anaesthesia dolorosa@@@@@@@2

    90.malignancy of AIDS: kaposi Sarcoma. @@@@@@@

    91 .Cooley,s anaemia--- thalassaemia major@@@@

    92.genicluate ganglion : Taste. @@@@@

    93 Which of the following is true about Penicillin
    a) acid resistant
    b) excreted mainly through kidney @@@@@
    c) broad spectrum coverage
    94. site for subsance P

    95 All are tocolytic except.....
    ???
    ???
    ??
    Atosiban????


    96 Dopamine receptors D2 blocks Prolactin secretion, so when there is smethng interfering wid dis Dopamine receptors than what will not occur,... [contra]
    a. Visual field defects
    b. Gonadal dysfunction
    c. Headache
    d. Exccessive lactation

    97 Mother donated one kidney to her daughter, what type of graft is it? Allo....... @@@@@@@
    Xeno
    Auto
    Iso

    [snip] high viscocity saliva related to increase caries in children
    a. really true
    b. partially true
    c. partially false
    d. really false

    99'ant ethmoidal n suplies all except?
    a. ethmoidal air cells
    b. maxillary sinus @@@@@@@
    c, dural sheath of ant cranial fossa
    d. interior of nasal cavity


    100 nitrates r not used in
    a. CCF
    b. esophageal spasm
    c. renal colic @@@@@@@@@@@
    d. cyanide poisoning

    101 'whch 1 not converted to an active metabolite?
    a. quinapril
    b. fosinapril
    c. benzopril
    d. lisnopril @@@@@@@@

    102 Apical migration of epithelial attachment with corresponding recession of marginal gingiva results in
    a.Shallow sulcus @@@@@
    b. gingival pocket formation
    c. infrabony pocket formation
    d. periodontal pocket formation


    103Tobacco chewing is thought to be contributing / predisposing factor in which condition ?
    a. desquamative gingivitis
    b. ANUG@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
    c.juvenile periodontitis
    d. erythema multiforme

    104 2.5% lignocaine and 2.5% prilocaine used for
    anaesthetising intact skin @@@@@@@

    105 blood coagualation defect not seen?
    a. after taking brufen
    b. thalasamia @@@@@@@@
    c. VWF defiecien
    d.

    106MTA p:l ratio 3:1


    107 Type of bone present in interradicular area
    cortical
    cancellous@@@@@@@@
    osteophytic
    exophytic


    108 type of bone present on labial surface of anterior teeth
    cortical@@@@@@
    cancellous
    exophytic
    osteophytic


    109 most common cause of drymouth in adults
    tarnquilizers
    anti-histaminics @@@@@@@@@
    insulin
    birth control pills


    110 most common clinical sign of occlusal trauma
    wear facets
    tooth mobility@@@@@@@@@
    enamel cracks
    cuspal fracture


    111 probable etiology of gingivosis is
    high progesterone levels
    def of estrogen and testosterone@@@@@
    pregnancy
    aldosterone deficiency


    112 Down syndrome translocation
    46XY -14 t[14,21]
    47XY +21 t[14,21]
    47XY -14 t[14,21]
    46XY t{14,21] @@@@@@@

    113 supragingival plaque undergoes which of the following changes with time.
    plaque mass decreases
    plaque microflora becomes more gram positive
    plaque microflora becomes more gram negative@@@@@@@@@
    plaque microflora becomes predominantly spirochetal


    114 which of the following is a characteristic of supragingival plaque and not of sub gingival plaque in humans
    motile bacteria are predominant
    spirochetes are evident microscopically
    gram negative bacteria are predominant
    bacterial composition is altered by dietary sugar consumption@@@@@@@@@@


    115 delayed hypersensitivity or cell mediated immune reactions occur in patients with periodontal diseases because they often have
    -IgG antibody reactine with plaque bacterial antigens
    -T lymphocytes sensitized to plaque bacterial antigens @@@@@@@@@
    -soluble immune complexes within involves gingival tissues
    -all of the above

    ________________________________________
    116 which of the following is most useful in diffentiating an acute periodontal abscess from pa abscess
    -type of exhudate-
    -nature of swelling
    -intensity of pain
    -result of periodontal probing @@@@@@

    117 which index would u use to access the severity of periodontitis in epidemiological studiesof a large population.
    -pma index
    -gingival index
    -periodontal index@@@@@@@
    -sulcus bleeding index

    118 which of the following plaque indices does not use disclosing agent
    -plaque component of periodontal disease index
    -debris component of Simplified Oral Hygiene Index@@@@@@@@@@@
    -modified Quingley Hein plaque index

    119 -all of the above following plaque index divides each tooth surface into 9 areas
    -php index
    -plaue index by silness and loe
    - modified Navy plaque index@@@@@@@@@@@@
    - glass criteria for scoring debris

    120 teeth that are least affected by periodontal disease are
    -lower first molars and upper anteriors
    -lower premolars and upper canines@@@@@@@@@
    -lower first molars and upper incisors and premolars
    -lower centrals, laterals and upper molars

    121 sinusitis...fluid level..clouding @@@@@

    122ground glass appearence.. -hyperparathyrodism@@@@@@
    .

    123 sphingomylein.... neiman pick disease@@@@

    124 back pressure porosity... using proper tech@@@@

    125 film speed recommended for caries detection
    1 c
    2 d
    3 e
    4 f @@@@@@@@2

    126 hypercapnia causes
    low blood pH @@@@
    high blood ph
    no change
    none

    127 Radiograph alone can diagnose:
    1. Periodontal pocket
    2. Periodontal abscess
    3. Anatomic root length @@@@@
    4. Bifurcation involvement

    128 When pins are used in amalgam, strength of amalgam:
    1. Deceases @@@@@@
    2. Increases
    3. Remains same
    4. May increase or decrease

    129. Most common cause of TMJ ankylosis is:
    1. Trauma @@@@@@
    2. Development disturbances
    3. Infection
    4. Atrophy

    130 all are true abt sitagliptin except,.....
    -is nt given alone, always wid sulfonylureas-
    -it causes,.. sme adverse effects??
    -increases insulin secrection,decreases glucagon,,

    131What is seen in acute infection?
    -leucocytosis@@
    -leukopenia
    -lymphocytosis
    -neutopenia

    132'saw tooth' rete pegs are seen in
    lichen planus@@@

    133 >>radiating lines on buccal mucosa
    lichen planus@@

    134MEAN>>>MEDIAN>>>>MODE__________ POSITIVELY SKEWED @@@@

    135 which of the following should be done for better efficiency and longer shelf life of a carbide bur..
    -should rotate slow before entering the cavity
    -should rotate fast before entering the tooth@@@@@@
    -sould rotate fast before entering the mouth
    -should rotate after entering the cavity

    136 if a 6 yr old patient comes with a bluish-purlpe swelling behind the deciduous second molar, then what will u do??
    - assure the patient,explain the situation and send him back @@@@@@@@
    - some curettage/enucleation/or sme extensive procedure,.. cant recall d other options


    137 Bacterial enzyme causing degradation of ground substance _Hyaluronidase@@@@@
    a) Hyaluronidase b) Collagenase

    138 which of thw following is correct for a facial porcelain preparation
    the walls should be parralel to the tooth surface @@@@@??
    the walls should converge facially
    the walls should diverge facially
    the walls should meet the tooth surface at right angels

    139 excisional biopsy
    -removal of normal tissue and all of lesion @@@@

    140 >paradoxical movement of chest in a patient who has suffered from trauma-
    _flail chest@@@


    141 Rotheras test used to detect
    carbohydrate
    protien
    fat
    ketone bodies @@@@@@@@

    142which of the following seen with acromegaly
    -large tongue@@@
    -micrognathia
    -crowding

    143 drug of choice trigeminal neuralgia-carbamazepine @@@@@

    144 which of the following controls voluntary eye movements?
    a.frontal eye field
    b.superior colliculus
    c.visual cortex
    d.cerebellum

    145 Which of the following does not cause postural hypotension
    prazoxin
    phetolamine


    146 normal glucose and normal protein in CSF -viral@@@@@@

    147 Which of the following is not an Alpha 2 blocker,
    yohimbein


    148which of the following is useful in representing the relationship between age and incidence of cancer? [contra]
    A.bar diagram.
    B.line diagram.
    C.pie diagram.
    D.stem and leaf.

    149four mabs and mechanisms, which is not correct
    ritusuximab/ etc CD cells/Bcells /TNFa/interleukins.. etc


    150 young child with indurated ulcers, fever , lymhadenopathy.... (acute herpati gingivostomatitis
    -symptomatic tT @@@@@@@

    151 pt complains of pain and foul smell on third day after extraction,
    -irrigate the socket and place sedative dressing @@@@@@@
    -curretage, sedative dressing
    -search for the roots

    152 if a radiograph shows 3mm bone loss, nd clinically there is 6-mm bone loss , true is?
    -facial or lingual bone masking the loss of interdental bone on radiograft@@@@@@@

    153 first step to be done after trauma?/
    -clear airway @@@@
    -circulation maintainance

    154 Radiographically the level of alveolar crest corresponds to?
    -CEJ of adjacent teeth@@@@@@@@@@@
    -dentoenamal junction?
    -trabeculae pattern?
    -gingival margin?


    155 Child dosage of NSAIDs,. depend on
    weight of child @@@

    156 difference in the cavity prepaaration of gold inlay and composite class 5
    convenient form
    gingival bevel
    cavosurface margine @@@@@@@

    157 patient complains of sharp pain after recent restoration of gold onlay
    due to
    -galvanic current due to gold cast crown opposing amalgam restoration @@@@
    -improper filling\
    -pulpitis

    158 Most common Tumor of Parotid Gland
    -Pleomorphic Adenoma @@@@@@

    159 Herpangina is caused by
    -Cocksakie virus @@@@@

    160 Deficiency of which vitamin will cause Hypoplasia of all teeth
    -Vit A @@@

    161 Neonatal Teeth
    - those errupted with in 30 days of birth @@@@
    - by 1 year
    -at birth

    162 most common site for sialoliths
    -parotid duct
    -parotid gland
    -submandibular gland and duct@@@@@@@@@@
    -sublingual

    163 nt match
    ......>herbiside
    nalaxone>tca

    164not related to action of cortiosteroids
    DECREASE ..iCAM...

    165..DNA repairs defect associated with
    A.Xeroderma pigmentosum@@@@
    B.icthyosis
    c.Mosaicism.
    d???

    166 >> First radio sigh to diagnose carious involvement in primary tooth
    -radiolucency in furcation area@@@@@
    -apical pdl radiolucency
    -internal resorption

    167 What will u do if after etching Class III cavity preperation is contaminated by saliva..
    -wash, rinse and re-etch @@@

    168.20 mins after avulsion of teeth what should be done
    -rinse wid saline, and replant @@@@
    -cutretage of root/etch??

    169 which is true abt multiple myeloma? [contra]
    a. presence of igM hyperviscosity
    b. direct infiltration of kidney by plasma cells
    c. il-8 marker for bone lesions
    d. invariably raised alkaline phosphatase

    170 True abt Autism,
    -Mental retardation &
    -speech prob & communication prob

    171 juvenile periodontitis
    areobic G+ve
    -aerobic G-ve
    -anareobic G+ve
    -aerobic G-ve, .@@@@[anerobic]

    172 prostrate specific antigen-
    tumour marker @@@@@@

    173 obesity not caused by
    diabetes mallitus
    estrogen deficiency
    hypothyroidism

    174 Not present in basement membrane
    rhodopsin @@@@@

    175 sd/mean
    coefficient of variance
    standard error

    176 Hyaline cartilage collagen
    type II @@@@@@



    177 gout = purine metabolism @@@@@@2

    178 turner tooth --trauma@@@

    179carpenter syndrome@@@@

    180 oxycephaly@@@@@@

    181/50%drug elimination at end of infusion
    context half life?

    182 cerebellar region lesion........
    b.ipsilateral
    c. contralateral

    183 DLC-EOSINOPHILIA @@@@

    184 HAEMOPHILIA - DEFECT IN FACTOR 8 GENE @@@@@@@

    185 SOMATOMEDIN MEDIATE- CHONDRITIN SULFATE DEPOSITION @@@@@

    186 True about broncial circulation
    air conditioning @@@@@@@@

    187 fibers attached to adjaceent teeth
    transeptal @@@@@@

    188 phlegmon type of
    cellulitis @@@@@@@@@@

    189 Incidence is high and prevalance is low means
    a. disease is cured easily or fatal @@@@@@@@
    b.disease is not cured easily
    c. they are not related

    190. not attached to oblique line of hyroid cartilage
    sup constrictor @@@@@@
    middle constrictor

    191,. No change in rural/urban
    TB @@@@@

    192 less light headedness and early recovery and ambulation
    propofol @@@@@@@

    193. CO poisoning true
    shift of curve left@@@@@
    2,3 bpg

    194. mutation of sickle cell anaemia protective against
    malaria @@@@@

    195. anti pseudomonal - cefoperazone @@@@

    196haemopoietic stem cells differ frm committed progenitor cells
    long term reconstitution of bone marrow

    197 true about ace inhibitors,
    c.i in asthma

    198Which of the following cells migrate into the sulcus, in largest quantity, as a result of plaque accumalation
    a)lymphocytes
    b)macrophages
    c)neutrophils/PMNs @@@@@@@@@
    d)plasma cells

    199)desquamative gingivits histological feaus- loss of basement membrane

    200)T helper cells (TH2) through cytokines
    1) induces humoral immunity @@@@@@
    2)induces cell mediated immunity
    3) induces immunity by activation of cytotoxic T cells
  21. hari prasad

    hari prasad Guest

    PLZ CAN U JUST PUT THE ANSWERS TOO...................
  22. satyavani

    satyavani Guest

    plz send answers fr the question
  23. satyavani

    satyavani Guest

    plz give information about exophric bone type
  24. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q. False positive fistula test

    a. Perilymph fistula

    b. Malignant sceloris

    c. Congenital syphilis @@@@@@@@@ also in menniere's disease

    d. Cholesteatoma
  25. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q) epidemological marker of hepatitis B ( pgi june 2011)


    a) HbsAg
    b) anti Hbc
    c) HbeAg
    d) anti Hbe


    ans:a,HbsAg

    ref:ananthanarayanan-textbook of microbio
    8th edition pg:540
  26. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q) HbeAg is dictated by which gene ?


    a) precore c gene
    b) core c gene
    c) s gene
    d) x gene

    precore C gene
    Ref:ananthanarayanan textbuk of micro
    pg:540
  27. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q) which is most common occupational cancer ?

    a) skin
    b) lung
    c) liver
    d) Git

    ans:lung
    check the table in robin's patho regarding the chemicals n organs affected due to them..
  28. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    ) which elastomeric impression material is most hydrophobic ? pgi june 2010 ,last year

    a) addition silicone
    b) condensation silicone
    c) polysulphide
    d) polyether

    Q) which elastomeric impression material is most hydrophillic ?

    a) addition silicone
    b) condensation silicone
    c) polysulphide
    d) polyether




    q1.ans.condensation silicone
    q2.ans.polyether

    refer anu savice table 9-6
    pg no:231
  29. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    1. thyroglossal cyst is most often located....
    a)near hyoid
    b)at base of tongue
    c)submandibular
    d)opposite cricoid cartilage

    2.amount of caries reduction by flouride dentrifices....
    a)20-30%
    b)40-50%
    c)50-60%
    d)70-80%


    amount of caries reduction
    1.systemic water flouridation=40-50%
    2. dietary supplemenents flouride=40-50%
    3. topical application =30-40%
    4.flouride dentrifices 20-30%


    thyroglossal cyst
    It usually presents as a midline neck lump (in the region of the hyoid bone) that is usually painless, smooth and cystic, if infected pain can occur. There may be difficulty breathing, dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), and/or dyspepsia (discomfort in the upper abdomen), especially if the lump becomes large.

    The most common locations for a thyroglossal cyst is midline or slightly off midline, between the isthmus of the thyroid and the hyoid bone or just above the hyoid bone. A thyroglossal cyst can develop anywhere along a thyroglossal duct, though cysts within the tongue or in the floor of the mouth are rare.
  30. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Another from ortho

    que 1) when proper forces are utilized, the peiodontal ligament becomes
    a) completely necrosed on presuure side
    b) partiallly necrosed on pressure side
    c) partiallly necrosed on pressure side
    d) completely necrised on tension side

    que 2) the moyers analysis requires measurement of the
    a) mesio diastal diameter of unerupted premolar
    b) mesiodistal diameter of unerupted permanent maxilllary n mandibular canine n premolars
    c) mesiodistal diameter of erupted permanent maxillary central and lateral incisors
    d) space available in maxillary and mandibular post quadrants
  31. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q. Patient admited with head injuary gcs less than 8 severe midfacial fracture, frequent apnoea & low oxygenation, airway management is best done by
    a) oropharyngeal airway
    b) orotracheal intubation
    c) nasopharyngeal airway
    d) cricothyrotomy
  32. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q)Urea and creatinine clearance test measure?
    A) GFR
    B) Early loss of reanal function

    aipg 2008 wadhawan say ans is a gfr
    but ananthnarayan clearly mention that creatinine clearance test is usef for early loss of kidney function page 510 and also both are used to measure gfr.

    Q pain perception is increased with repeated stimulation becouse

    a)hypersensitization of nerve ending

    b)decreased reflex time

    c)increased threshould of pain

    what about this a or b some sayin a some saying b
  33. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q degeneration of basement membrane & loss of rete pegs seen in
    a) desquamative gingivits
    b) lichen plansus
    c) leukoplakia
    d) osmf
  34. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q. moth eaten appearance seen in all except
    a)okc
    b)hoemorhagic cyst
    c) osteomyelitis
    d)osteosarcoma
  35. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q) arrangement of artificial teeth
    a) symetrically symmetrical
    b)assymetrically symetrical
    c)depends upon ridge shape n arch form

    Q) in an edentulous patient average distance between upper n lower sulcus is
    a)38 mm
    b)40 mm
  36. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q) non rigid connectors are used in fpd when span is
    a)short, suplementinp alveolar ridge reduction in anterior region
    b)short, suplementinp alveolar ridge reduction in posterior region
    c)long, suplementinp alveolar ridge reduction in anterior region
    d)long, suplementinp alveolar ridge reduction in posterior region

    Ans: B
    Rosensteil, 4/E, Pg.845, 848
  37. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    patient admited with head injuary gcs less than 8 severe midfacial fracture, frequent apnoea & low oxygenation, airway management is best done by
    a)oropharyngeal airway
    b)orotracheal intubation
    c)nasopharyngeal airway
    d)cricothyrotomy

    what is the anser for this wadhawan say orotracheal intubation but some say cricothyrotomy is best as we cant do orotracheal intubation in midfacial fracture.


    Ans: D
    Ref: Malamed's Medical Emergencies, 6/E, Pg.201
  38. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q pain perception is increased with repeated stimulation becouse
    a)hypersensitization of nerve ending
    b)decreased reflex time
    c)increased threshould of pain

    what about this a or b some sayin a some saying b


    Ans:B
    Ref: Monheim's, 7/E, Pg.17, 19, 22 ( you are requested to read and understand the concept as no direct explanation is indicated)
  39. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q) arrangement of artificial teeth
    a) symetrically symmetrical
    b)assymetrically symetrical
    c)depends upon ridge shape n arch form


    Ans:A
    Ref: Zarb and Bolender, 12/E, Pg.310
  40. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q. All of the following processes are invoved in detection of m-RNA expression except?
    A) northern blot
    b) microaray
    c) RT-PCR
    D)real time RT-PCR
    E) RNA seqpuencing
    what is difference between rt-pcr and real time rt-pcr
  41. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q. A patient with sudden headace n vomitingn unconciousness, diagnosis is?
    1.subarachnoid haemorrhage
    2.intracerebral haemorrhage
    3.subdural haemorrhage
    4.extradural haemorrhage



    class 2 suture is:
    1.cotton suture
    2.metal suture
    3.silk suture
    4.none
  42. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    The marrow found in maxilla is :
    1. all fatty marrow
    2.all red marrow
    3.all fibrous marrow
    4.combination of fatty n fibrous marrow


    To ristrict mandibular growth in class 3 malocclusion,the min amount of force frm chin cup should be:
    A. 1.5-2 gm/mm2 area of condyle
    B. 6-7 gm/mm2
    C. 15-20 gm/mm2
    D. 25-35 gm/mm2

    In upper respiratory tract obstruction oxygen enriched with helium is preffered over oxygen alone coz helium:
    1.causes analgesia
    2.decreases turbulent flow
    3.increased uptake of inhalation agent
    4.decreased tone of bronchial muscles


    If both the parents have cleft lip n palate the probability of the first child having the same condition:
    A.1:50 (2%)
    B.1:25(4%)
    C.1:10 (10%)
    D.3:5(60%)
  43. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q. most commonly missin perm teeth
    a.max LI
    b.mand 3rd molar
    c.max 3rd molar
    d.mand 2nd pm

    Q. most cmn cause of nonskltl ant crossbite
    a. lack of space for the perm inci
    b. mand prognathism
    c. mesiodens
    d. overretained deci inci
  44. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q. which of the following is not true about elastomeric impression?
    a single mix materials have higher viscosity
    b shear thinning is related to viscosity of monophase imp material
    c improper mixing can cause permanent deformation of impression
    d putty wash tech of impression reduces dimensional change on setting
  45. Healthcare

    Healthcare Guest

    Thanks for sharing the information. It will help a lot during exam time.

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