AUG DNB Mcq Discussion

Discussion in 'DNB CET board - DipNB' started by komal, Jun 2, 2012.

  1. komal

    komal Guest

    ith the official announcement of DNB being conducted in August, there definitely seems to be an uproar of Mixed reactions among PG aspirats like us.

    The nagging questions lingering right now are -
    1) Will it be an Online test? - Most likely considering the magnitude of the delay.

    2) Will it be NEET pattern(Mock) test? - Also a strong possibility.

    3) Will they totally dump DEC DNB? - Considering the close proximity of this exam to december, they might either Postpone Dec Dnb session to Jan followed by NEET in March or just cancel Dec DNB for good and conduct NEET in Jan.

    4) In the worst case scenario they might even conduct the online Exam similar to Manipal where every candidate might be given a different set of questions.


    No matter what, it will always be a Level playing field. Lets hope we crank in enough quality time with Subject-wise preparation than destroy our valuable time debating pattern and whatnot.


    Lets post some very important yet confusing MCQs and Topics in this epic thread starting right now.
    I shall update the Thread every single day with some mighty good topics and controversial questions. Hope you people help me and our fellow aspirants by sharing your medical knowledge so as to take up the Aug DNB seriously.


    Some MOTIVATING QUOTES to Fire the thread -

    1> BLOOD, SWEAT and TEARS make an unbeatable Combination for SUCCESS.

    2> No Great GENIUS has ever existed without a touch of MADNESS - Aristotle

    3> HAPPINESS is not a PLACE. It is only a DIRECTION

    4> PAIN Might be INEVITABLE. But MISERY is Always OPTIONAL!

    5> You can Never be a SUCCESS until you ACHIEVE, also you can Never be a FAILURE until you ADMIT.
  2. mahim

    mahim Guest

    1) Ideal timing to conduct tests during Menstrual cycle-
    a.Radiological diagnosis - Day 1 to Day 10 of cycle
    b.Fsh, Inhibin B and Clomifene citrate challenge test - Day 3
    c.Tubal patency test and HSG - D5 to D12
    d.Fern test - Pre-ovulatory phase
    e.Post Coital test - Just before Ovulation
    f.Endometrial Biopsy, D & C - D23 to D26
  3. mahim

    mahim Guest

    2) Palpable Purpura caused by the following conditions -
    - Henoch Schonlein purpura
    - Poly Arteritis Nodosa
    - Leucocytoclastic vasculitis
    - Small vessel vasculitis
    - Rocky mountain spotted fever
    - Meningococcemia
    - Gonococcal infection(rarely)
  4. mahim

    mahim Guest

    3) Drug induced Pemphigus -
    - Penicillin
    - Iodine
    - Phenolphthalein
  5. mahim

    mahim Guest

    4) Clavipectoral fascia pierced by -
    - Cephalic vein
    - Lateral pectoral nerve
    - Acromiothoracic vessels
    - Lymphatics of breast and pectoral region

    Clavipectoral fascia encloses Subclavius and Pectoralis minor.
  6. mahim

    mahim Guest

    5) Apneusis results from Transection at what level of Brain stem -
    A.Above PONS
    B.Mid PONS
    C.Ponto-Medullary junction
    D.Below Medulla
  7. mahim

    mahim Guest

    6) Pseudotumor cerebri caused by -
    - Tetracycline
    - Hypervitaminosis A
    - OCPs
    - Glucocorticoids
    - Amiodarone
    - Nalidixic acid
  8. mahim

    mahim Guest

    7) Pure Beta emitters -
    - Phosphorus 32
    - Strontium 90
    - Yttrium 90
    - Tritium
  9. mahim

    mahim Guest

    8) Types of Epiphyses -
    Pressure - Head of Femur,Tibial Condyles,Lower end of Radius
    Traction - Mastoid process,Trochanters of Femur,Tubercles of Humerus
    Atavistic - Os trigonum,Coracoid process,Posterior tubercle of Talus
    Aberrant - Head and Base of Metacarpals
  10. mahim

    mahim Guest

    9) Newer Anti-Diabetic drugs -
    A.Dipeptidyl peptidase IV inhibitors :- Soxaglipin,Sitaglipin,Vildaglipin
    B.GLP1 receptor agonists :- Exenaglutide,Liraglutide
    C.Amylin agonists :- Pramlintide
  11. mahim

    mahim Guest

    10) MAN acts as an Intermediate Host in -
    - Plasmodium
    - E.granulosus
    - T.solium
    - T.gondii
    - Sarcocytis lindermanii
  12. mahim

    mahim Guest

    11) Beck's Triad includes all except -
    A.Hypotension
    B.Absent y descent on JVP
    C.Electrical alternans
    D.Absent Heart sounds
  13. mahim

    mahim Guest

    12) Following conditions precipitate Digitalis Toxicity EXCEPT -
    A. Renal insufficiency
    B. Hypocalcemia
    C. Hypokalemia
    D. Hypomagnesemia
  14. mahim

    mahim Guest

    13) Following conditions are seen in Tumor lysis syndrome EXCEPT -
    A.Hyperkalemia
    B.Hyperphosphatemia
    C.Hypercalcemia
    D.Acidosis


    Ans. is Hypercalcemia

    Tumor lysis syndrome is associated with Hypocalcemia
  15. mahim

    mahim Guest

    14) Oculomotor nerve palsy with Pupillary sparing is seen in -
    A. Craniopharyngioma
    B. Aneurysm of posterior communicating artery
    C. DM
    D. Hypertension

    Contribute to the thread by posting some rare yet epic Topics or MCQs that you ppl come across during your journey for greater good i.e. August DNB/Mock-NEET.
  16. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    5) Apneusis results from Transection at what level of Brain stem -
    A.Above PONS
    B.Mid PONS
    C.Ponto-Medullary junction
    D.Below Medulla



    its C


    No. The Answer is B.Mid-Pons

    Above Pons - No effect on Respiration
    Mid-Pons - Apneusis
    Ponto-Medullary junction - Respiration continues with irregular rhythm
    Below Medulla - Complete cessation of Respiration
  17. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    11) Beck's Triad includes all except -
    A.Hypotension
    B.Absent y descent on JVP
    C.Electrical alternans
    D.Absent Heart sounds


    Answer is C.Electrical alternans

    Beck's Triad is seen in Cardiac tamponade.
  18. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    15) Normal pressure Hydrocephalus includes all EXCEPT -
    A.Dementia
    B.Papilloedema
    C.Ataxia
    D.Urinary incontinence
  19. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    16) Pile of plates Appearance on Digital subtraction angiography seen in -
    A.Intestinal obstruction
    B.Ca head of pancreas
    C.Paget's disease
    D.Fibromuscular dysplasia
  20. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    Q. 17) Protein synthesis inhibitor that acts as an analogue of amino acyl tRNA is -
    A.Mitomycin C
    B.Puromycin
    C.Nalidixic acid
    D.Streptomycin
  21. guest2011

    guest2011 Moderator

    18) Bull's eye Retina is due to toxicity of -
    A.Ethambutol
    B.Digitalis
    C.Rifampicin
    D.Chloroquine
  22. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q. If a patient develops hypersensitivity to penicillin,al beta lactam antibiotics r contraindicated except
    A.bacampicillin
    B.aztreonam
    C.imipenem
    D.mecillinam
  23. meenal

    meenal Guest

    If a patient develops hypersensitivity to penicillin,al beta lactam antibiotics r contraindicated except
    A.bacampicillin
    B.aztreonam
    C.imipenem
    D.mecillinam


    Ans. Is Definitely Aztreonam, the only beta lactam that can be given in penicillin sensitive patient.
  24. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q. langhan's cells are?

    A. Antigen presenting cells

    b. Mature dendritic cells

    c. Immature dendritic cells

    d. Cytotrophoblastic cells of chorionic villi


    Ans. Mature dendritic cells
  25. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q. 21) Drug contraindicated in patients allergic to sulfonamides -
    A.Brimonidine
    B.Bimatoprost
    C.Levobunolol
    D.Brinzolamide

    Brinzolamide is structurally similar to Sulfonamides.
  26. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q. 22) Biondi ring tangles are found in -
    A.Golgi cells
    B.Basket cells
    C.Choroid plexus cells
    D.Piamater
  27. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q.herring bodies are seen in?

    A. Pineal gland

    b. Krabbe's disease

    c. Globoid disease

    d. Pituitary

    ns. Is D.Pituitary gland.
    Herring bodies or Pituicytes are Neurosecretary bodies found in the Posterior pituitary.
  28. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Langhans giant cels are immature dndritic cells so acts as antigen presntng cels nd are found im cytotrophblst .
    Whoever has framed that qustn kindly correct it as 3options are correct in it


    Biondi ring tangles (repeat frm aipg) seen in
    Alzhmr dis
    Choroid plxs of eldrly


    Herring body is in pituitary
  29. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q. Bradykinin causes all of the following Except -
    A.Bronchodilatation
    B.Vasodilatation
    C.Increses vascular permeability
    D.Pain

    Q. vasodilatation caused by

    N.O.
    prostaglandins
    bradykinin
    histamine
    lipoxins

    Q. pain caused by

    prostaglandins
    bradykinins

    Q. fever caused by

    TNF
    interferon
    prostaglandins
  30. meenal

    meenal Guest

    bradykinin causes vasodialatation, induces pain,contraction of bronchial smooth muscle and increases vascular permeability .so ans is bronchodialatation.
  31. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q: Early postoprtv complicatn of ileostomy

    a.Necrosis
    b.obstructn
    c.diarrhoea
    d.prolapse


    Q: condition a/w acut fatty liver & fulminant livr failure

    a. Pregnancy
    b.Reye's sydm
    c.Tetracyclin toxicity
    d.Phenytoin toxicity
  32. meenal

    meenal Guest

    ¤Post operative complications
    that occur with sufficient
    frequency in ileostomy are :

    Nipple valve slippage,

    pouchitis,

    intestinal
    obstruction and fistula.

    Ref: The ASCRS Manual of Colon
    and Rectal Surgery

    ¤Complications of ileostomy are
    Obstruction,
    Vitamin B12
    anaemia, Pouchitis, Stoma
    problems, Valve malfunction and Phantom rectum

    Ref: National Health Service UK
  33. meenal

    meenal Guest

    Q: Height to weight is a/an:
    1. Association
    2. Correclation
    3. Proportion
    4. Index

    Q: weight to age is

    sam abov optn
  34. meenal

    meenal Guest

    12) Which bond is the weakest one

    1. Vander wall
    2. Covalant
    3. Electrostatic
    4. Hydrogen
  35. komal

    komal Guest

    Q. Q: Early postoprtv complicatn of ileostomy

    a.Necrosis
    b.obstructn
    c.diarrhoea
    d.prolapse


    ans. b. obstrutn

    accdg to refrc...

    Post operative complications
    that occur with sufficient
    frequency in ileostomy are :
    Nipple valve slippage,
    pouchitis, intestinal
    obstruction and fistula. Ref: The ASCRS Manual of Colon
    and Rectal Surgery
    Complications of ileostomy are
    Obstruction, Vitamin B12
    anaemia, Pouchitis, Stoma
    problems, Valve malfunction and Phantom rectum
  36. komal

    komal Guest

    Q. Tannic acid test is used for diagnosis of ;
    a alkaloids
    b arsenic
    c copper
    d carbon monoxide

    ans : d

    Q. Min alveolar conc is reduced in All Except
    a. Infants
    b. Old age
    c. Hypothermia
    d. Treatment with opiods

    ans : a . Infants

    Q. Antidepressant safest in a pt with cardiac conduction disorder and depression?
    a. dothipin
    b. doxepin
    c. mianserin
    d. phenelzine

    ans. C mianserin

    Q. verocay bodies are seen in?

    A. Schwannoma

    b. Meningioma

    c. Oligodendroma

    d. Medulloblastoma

    Q. heubner artery is?

    A. Branch of anterior cerebral artery

    b. Branch of ovarian artery

    c. Branch of anterior spinal artery

    d. Branch of artery supplying thymus
  37. komal

    komal Guest

    Q. BISAP score is used for?
    a. pancreatitis

    b. hepatitis

    c. peritonitis

    d. colitis

    BISAP SCORE

    b. blood urea nitrogen

    i. impaired mental status

    s. SIRS

    a. age

    p. pleural effusion
  38. komal

    komal Guest

    Q. ion which scatters xrays most?

    a. ca2++
    b. Hg
    c. Pb
    d. H+

    Q. contrast media used fr diagnosis of esophageal atresia

    a. gastrograffin
    b. conray 420
    c. dianosil
    d, myodil

    ans is dianosil

    following situations barium is nt used as contrast in GIT

    1. tracheo-esophageal fistula ,esophageal atresi- dianosil used
    2. perforation peritonitis- gastrograffin

    Q. camalotte sign feature of

    1. lung hydatid
    2. lung abscess
    3. bronchial adenoma
    4. aspergilloma

    Q. solitary lung nodule cannot be

    1.tuberculoma
    2.neurofibroma
    3.bronchogenic ca
    4.lymphoma


    Q. egg shell calcification seen in all except

    1.sarcoidosis
    2.silicosis
    3.post irradiation lymphoma
    4.bronchogenic ca
  39. mahak

    mahak Guest

    Q. newborn,radioopaque shadow wid air fluid level in chest along wid hemivertebrae of 6th thoracic vertebra on plain x ray, diagnosis is

    1.cong diaphragmatic hernia
    2.oesophagesl duplication cyst
    3.bronchogenic cyst
    4.staph pneumonia

    Q. nodular pattern in lungs after renal transplantation seen d/t

    1.infarct
    2.fungus
    3.CMV
    4autoimmune reaction

    Q. interlobar effusion can be best detcetd by-
    a.lateral decubitus
    b.lateral oblique
    c.reverse lordotic
    d.posterior oblique

    Q. contrasts used in usg
    a.urograffin
    b.imavist
    c.gastrograffin
    d.dianosil
  40. mahak

    mahak Guest

    NOTE -
    M3(bladder) selective Anti-Muscarinics -
    - Oxybutynin
    - Tolterodine
    - Flavoxate
    - Darifenacin
    - Solifenacin
  41. mahak

    mahak Guest

    Q. Vitamin A is stored in the form of ?

    A. Retinol
    B. Retinaldehyde
    C. Retinylpalmitate
    D. Retinoic acid
  42. mahak

    mahak Guest

    Q. Antoni A , antoni B patterns are seen in ?

    A. Schwannoma
    B. Meningioma
    C. Neuroma
    D. Neurofibroma
  43. mahak

    mahak Guest

    Q. vomer-sphenoidal rostrum junction is-
    A. Syndesmosis
    B. Synostosis
    C. Schindylesis
    D. Synchondrosis
  44. moody

    moody Guest

    Q brouet classification is used for-
    a.mixed cryoglobulinemia
    b.sideroblastic anemia
    c.pseudocyst of pancreas
    d.acute pancreatitis
  45. moody

    moody Guest

    Q meltzers triad include all except
    a.athralgia
    b.palpable purpura
    c.myalgia
    d.glomerulonephritis
  46. moody

    moody Guest

    28) Surgical blade is Sterilized by -
    A.Autoclave
    B.Gamma irradiation
    C.Hot air oven
    D.Ethylene oxide
  47. moody

    moody Guest

    What is palpable purpura.
    The palpable purapura is nonblanching violacous (purple) discoloration of skin due to blood that has extravasted outsied the vessels wall.Palpable purpura implies "leukocytoclastic vasculitis." a histopathologic term commonly used to denotes a small vessels vasculitis.It is also known as Hypersensivity vasculitis and hypersensivity angitis.There are lot of causes for palpable purpura broadly they are classifed into drug reaction,infection, malignancyand autoimmune/ collagen vascular diseases.
  48. mahak

    mahak Guest

    Imatinib primarily acts on:

    -tyrosine kinase
    -bcr-abl
    -pgdfr
    -none
  49. mahak

    mahak Guest

    Q. most common site for involvement of valve in NBTE -
    mitral
    tricuspid
    aortic
    pulmonary
  50. mahak

    mahak Guest

    Q. carney syndrome includes all except-
    1.atrial myoma
    2.myoma in braest
    3.spotty pigmentation
    4.pitutary adenoma

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