AIPG DENTAL 2010 post question answers

Discussion in 'Dental PG MDS IQE MFDS ADC Exams' started by Drtooth, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. Thanks kapil, i think all questions are now with us, now we should start answering with most thoughtful mind, there was one question which antitubercular drug shows crossreactivity with isoniazid?
    A.rifampicin
    b.ethambutol
    c.pyrizinamide
    d.ethionamide
    answer ????
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    raw beefy tongue is cyanocobalamine or riboflavin?

    8) ans is niacin deficiency

    riboflavin has majenta tongue
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) Thanks kapil, i think all questions are now with us, now we should start answering with most thoughtful mind, there was one question which antitubercular drug shows crossreactivity with isoniazid?
    A.rifampicin
    b.ethambutol
    c.pyrizinamide
    d.ethionamide>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>dis is ans
    answer ????
  4. doc hanna

    doc hanna Guest

    Q..179 as kapil posted...
    options were..
    bioassay..
    coombs test..
    radioimunnoassay
    latex agglutination
    Q..inhibin acts on FSH....its given in refeerence for aipgme paper..
    inhibin actsto delay puberty in males.
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) tubuloglomerular feedback refers to
    a]reabsorption from proximal tubule
    b]adh activity
    c]
    d]
  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) fsh,lh has positive corelation with
    a]
  7. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) what is true statement about wilson disease
    increase cu
    increse ceruloplasmin
    increase cu and ceruloplasmin
    decrese cu and ceruloplasmin
  8. doc hanna

    doc hanna Guest

    develoving from single zygote,but showing charecteristic derived from two different cell lines is ...Chimera.
    n the phenomenon is chimerism..
    seen in case of fraternal twins..
  9. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) Typically seen in non-human zoology (but also discovered to a rare extent in humans), a chimera is an animal that has two or more different populations of genetically distinct cells that originated in different zygotes; if the different cells emerged from the same zygote, it is called a mosaicism.question was from single zygite
  10. doc hanna

    doc hanna Guest

    multiple myeloma is the most common bone tumor....
    not osteogenic sarcoma..

    Q.basallamina n brain bloodvessel lining is secreted by...
    astrocytes...
    Q.RIII jerk is the ans for best pain index..

    reference is acc to sm of my frns wh gt slctd in aiims n aipg last yr.
  11. Guest

    Guest Guest

    @doc hanna

    same diameter protaper ....the ans is sx and s1


    the answer is S2 & F1

    reference.....
    this is a data from cohen...latest edition.....ie 9th ed.

    Shaping files #1 and #2 have tip diameters of 0.185 mm and 0.2 mm, respectively, 14 mm long cutting blades,
    and partially active tips. The diameters of these files at D14 are 1.2 and 1.1 mm, respectively. The finishing
    files (F1, F2, and F3) have tip diameters of 0.2, 0.25, and 0.3 mm, respectively,
  12. Guest

    Guest Guest

    what is the ans for "raw beefy tongue"???????????
  13. Guest

    Guest Guest

    its niacin deficiency......leads to pellagra.....the meaning of pellagra itself is rough skin......
  14. Guest

    Guest Guest

    pernicious anemia has beefy tongue...ref:SHAFER
  15. arul a

    arul a Guest

    single zygote derivatives

    chimera
  16. mamta

    mamta Guest

    nice job........... same waypls put the ans...............
  17. mamta

    mamta Guest

    que was raw beey tongue sooo ans might be niacin
  18. mamta

    mamta Guest

    nerve from dorsal part of brain stem...... deepest fascia?
  19. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8)hey frnds plz ans with authentic referance......dont misguide othrz.........v all want correct answers and not wt u hv marked in exam thnx in advance 8)
  20. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) nerve from dorsal part of brain stem...>>>>>>>>>>trochlear


    REFERENCE.WIKIPEDIA
    Trochlear nerve
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search
    Nerve: Trochlear nerve
    Trochlear nerve.png
    Path of the Trochlear nerve
    Brain human normal inferior view with labels en.svg
    Inferior view of the human brain, with the cranial nerves labelled.
    Latin nervus trochlearis
    Innervates superior oblique muscle

    The trochlear nerve (the fourth cranial nerve, also called the fourth nerve, IV, or Layton's nerve in the UK) is a motor nerve (a “somatic efferent” nerve) that innervates a single muscle: the superior oblique muscle of the eye.


    The trochlear nerve is unique among the cranial nerves in several respects. It is the smallest nerve in terms of the number of axons it contains. It has the greatest intracranial length. Along with the optic nerve (cranial nerve II), it is the only cranial nerve that decussates (crosses to the other side) before innervating its target[1]. Finally, it is the only cranial nerve that exits from the dorsal aspect of the brainstem.

    ... deepest fascia?>>>>>>>>>..vertebral fascia 8)
  21. mamta

    mamta Guest

    LSH..LH POSITIVE RELATION WITH CAMP.............SATYANARAYAN
  22. mamta

    mamta Guest

    THANK YOU DOC
  23. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Not true about endo microflora….endotoxin,exotoxin,bacterial enzymes,microbial interaction 8) PLZ HELP
  24. mamta

    mamta Guest

    WAT WAS QUE REGARDING apf... PH OR PERCENTAGE OF FLOURIDE
  25. mamta

    mamta Guest

    QUE WAS INSERTION OF MIDDLE CONSTRICTOR ATTACHMENT OR INSERTION.....IF ITS INSERTION ITS MEDIAL RAGHE RIGHT
  26. mamta

    mamta Guest

    WAT CAN BE THE CUT OFF................
  27. mamta

    mamta Guest

    PLSSSSSSSSS HELP.........
  28. Guest

    Guest Guest

    1)Primary clotting disorder-platelet dysfunction
    2)Highest pufa-soyabean oil
    3)hypercapnia-low ph
    4)bronchial circulation -air conditioning
    5)last resort when all techniques of dental anaesthesia fail-intrapulpal
  29. Guest

    Guest Guest

    F$#@! u all ppl...
    u guys hv no idea bou ne of answrs or d options...
    u dumb chaps r way far 4rm reality...
    evry bdy z tryn his shot...
    i hv postd 1 endo questn wid ref 4rm cohen..js 2 let u knw guys hw well u need 2 prepare..n nt js firin shots in thin air 4 nthn!!!
    n u can ask me ne questn wid a F@#$ing referance..
    u all r losers ou' there!
  30. Guest

    Guest Guest

    n yeah..cut off wuld b a minm 73-77% dis tym.
    so if u dn hv atleast 150 odd ACCURATE attempt..ur outta race man!
    135+ questns wr straight away frm last year questn bank...
  31. Guest

    Guest Guest

    for instance leme throw nthr question wch wz like..

    Q.injury to the medial nerve occurs when following artery is used for taking an ABG sample:
    (a)radial artery
    (b)brachial artery
    (c)external carotid
    (d)femoral artery

    ANS:An ABG sample is abbrevated as Arterial Blood Gas sample.


    " Recently, Okeson and Wulbrecht (September 1998)1 reported their experience with 6,185 brachial arterial punctures for arterial blood sampling, demonstrating a very low complication rate. Hematoma formation occurred in 4 patients (0.06%), immediate pain or paresthesias in 66 patients (1.1%), and delayed pain or paresthesias in 57 patients (0.9%). Of the few subjects who experienced immediate pain in the distribution of the median nerve, only one had discomfort that lasted > 48 h, and full resolution occurred within 2 months of the procedure. Only one subject with delayed pain or paresthesias had persistent symptoms, and again full resolution occurred within 4 months. Although the complication rates related to brachial artery puncture are low in this study, there is a risk of progressive median nerve damage."
  32. Guest

    Guest Guest

    @ guestF$#@! u all ppl...
    u guys hv no idea bou ne of answrs or d options...
    u dumb chaps r way far 4rm reality...
    evry bdy z tryn his shot...
    i hv postd 1 endo questn wid ref 4rm cohen..js 2 let u knw guys hw well u need 2 prepare..n nt js firin shots in thin air 4 nthn!!!
    n u can ask me ne questn wid a F@#$ing referance..
    u all r losers ou' there!

    .hahahahah for ur statement :lol: :lol: :lol:
  33. rajat misra

    rajat misra Guest

    bone estimation - capitate is the ans not cervical
    capitate is carpal bone
  34. dr.ikhlas

    dr.ikhlas Guest

    wht ws single wavelengh light systm in composite:qed lamp rt or wrong :evil:
  35. Guest

    Guest Guest

    @ guest

    hey frnd....
    dont be furious about the references......people do ask questions and they will try to prove their answer right....u have the right and tell that ur answer is right in this perticular way.....
    just be cooll.....
    thnks
  36. Guest

    Guest Guest

    @ guest

    F$#@! u all ppl...
    u guys hv no idea bou ne of answrs or d options...
    u dumb chaps r way far 4rm reality...
    evry bdy z tryn his shot...
    i hv postd 1 endo questn wid ref 4rm cohen..js 2 let u knw guys hw well u need 2 prepare..n nt js firin shots in thin air 4 nthn!!!
    n u can ask me ne questn wid a F@#$ing referance..
    u all r losers ou' there!

    hey frnd....
    dont be furious about the references thng......people do ask questions and they will try to prove their answer right....u have the right and tell that ur answer is right in this perticular way.....
    we are trying our level best to complete the question entireply..if you know the options please help...
    just be cooll.....
    thnks
  37. Ya right kapil, there is no one perfect here, and also all india exams questions are always controversial so its better that we discuss, not that we r so confirmed about answers, well for instance that question , raw beefy tongue was caused by deficiency of
    a.riboflavin
    b.nicotinic acid
    c.cynocobalamine

    now its answer is b.
    It is due to deficiency of niacin(nicotinic acid) i.e B3..i found this on quite extensive search on net, and their were many references also which convinced me, m not giving those answers which i think or which i marked in paper, so guys please u also put only those answers which u found out not which u think or marked, all answers i have put is mostly correct and if any doubt u can tell, m very much afraid of results, need to get atleast 160 right otherwise no chance..so wish u all luck for results..
  38. For mamta..
    Middle constrictor muscle attachment is at hyoid bone, its a repeat question of aipg..
    And APF question was, what is the concentration of NaF in it? Answer is 1.23%

    and for that light curing composite single frequency, i m finding that, will soon post it with explanation..
  39. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) plzzzzzzz helpmonocromatic light for composite curing is ??????

    argon/led
  40. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) APF question was, what is the concentration of NaF in it?it was nAf concentration and not flouride......it shud b 2%frndz.........f=1.23%
  41. controversial questions

    hey freinds what about controversial questions
    r/g feature of ossifying fibroma-
    multilocular & radiolucent or unilocular & radio-opaque

    objecive pain in humans-
    facial pain scale or r iii reflex.
  42. Ossifying fibroma is unilocular and radioopaque...it is a repeat question...
    Objective pain scale method is facial pain scale..thats also a repeat question..
  43. Guest

    Guest Guest

    8) @Spreadingsmiles

    any references dear???????????
  44. knk

    knk Guest

    is 140 a decent score this time?
  45. Reference for which question?
  46. mamta

    mamta Guest

    revese incision.......?idon rem que,,, options are astrocytes,,oligodetrocytes..microaglia... wats the ans..... for speading smiles....thanks.............
  47. mamta

    mamta Guest

    happy pongal to all.......
  48. mamta

    mamta Guest

    is score 130 decent......
  49. mamta

    mamta Guest

    any one has.. comed 2001 to 2004 papers .....can u plssssssssssss send me
  50. mamta

    mamta Guest

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