DNB CET DEC 9,2007 EXAM RECALLS

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  1. Dr. amin.

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    1. Branches of posterior cord all except-------ANSW----dorsal scapular( branch of superior cord)(c5) --rest 3-thoraco dorsal, axillary , upper subscapular.
    2. Lat. Cutaneous n. is a branch of----- ANSW----lumbar plexus
    3. Ulnar n. supplies all except----ANS---opponens polisis----options—adductor polisis ,palmar intero ..,dorsal intero..
    4. Great cardiac v. –ANS ----ant. Inter ventri.
    5. Left coronary supply all except---ANS---post part of inter ventri.septum

    6. All are fibrous joint except—ANS—symphysis(cartila..)—Options—Sutures,syndesmosis,gomphosis.
    7. All by 5th n. except—post. Belly diagastric


    8. All are from pones except—ANS—4th n.—Others—6,7 ,8
    9. Nerve longest and winding other n. nucleus before living brain—ANS—Abducent(round the 7 th n. nucleus)
    10. Occipital lobe supplied by—ANS—post cerebral a.
    11. Bochdalac hernia—ANS—Postero lateral diaphragm—OTHERS—Ccentral tendon,behind sternum,….

    12. Pancrealic tail—ANS—Leino renal liga. –OTHERS—gastro splenic……
    13. Foramen winslow boundry all except—ANS—quadrate lobe—OTHERS –lesser omentum, 1st part duodenum, inf.vena.cava
    14. Axillary sheath is a continuation of—ANS—Clavipectoral fascia.
    15. Fainting occur with—ANS—aortic stenosis—OTHERS—other valves.

    16. Caterpillar cell—ANS—rheumatic heart ds--------------- [ROBBINS]
    17. MC. Acute bact.endo—ANS—staph. aureus

    18. C3 deficiency—ANS—pyogenic bact.inf—OTHERS—angioneurotic(c1 esterase) ,meningo (c56789)………
    19. Uvula vesicae—ANS—median lobe of prostate
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    20. Lateral medullary synd—ANS—PICA—others--…EXCEPT vertebral a.
    21. Following are in jug.fossa except—ANS—TRANSVERSE SINUS (it forms sigmoid and then int.jugular)—OTHERS—Sigmoid,inf.petrosal,10th n
    22. Following crosses placenta except—ANS—heparin
    23. Following given in 1st trime. Except—ANS--phenytoin

    24. Following cause agranulocytosis—ANS—Anti depressant.—OTHERS—antipsychotic (clozapine) ,sulfonamide ,anti thyroid(carbi ,methi)
    25. Use of minoxidil—ANS—hair growth
    26. Prodrug—ANS—Ramipril—others—Lisinopril(LYSINE ANALOGUE OF ENALEPRIL—not A PRO Drug)…..

    27. Which of following activate tyrosin kinase—ANS—PDGF (so imitinib—is the treatment—most prob glioblastoma multi-harrison)
    28. DAG act by—ANS—Protein kinase c
    29. Figure 8—ANS—TAPVC (supracardiac)
    30. Following is true—ANS—Isovolu . relaxation follows 2nd heart sound
    31. Sup.thyroid ligated—ANS—near upper pole
    32. Ranula is tumor of –ANS—Minor salivary gland
  3. amin.

    amin. Guest

    33. Duchene muscu. Dystrophy—ANS—XR disease
    34. Proteinuria, Hematuria, hypertension—ANS—acut glome nephritis
  4. amin.

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    37. NONE selective proteinuria is characteristic of—ANS—MGN.
    38. MC cancer ovary pre menarchal—ANS—Dysgerminoma.
    39. Kayser Fleischer ring—ANS—in descmet memb
    40. Retinobalastoma b/l –ANS—30% (yanoff Ophthalmology )
    41. Best disease—ANS—EOG--every where ERG is good but this is only place where EOG is better
    42. B wave is for—ANS—muller and bipolar cells ( A wave for—photoreceptor response)………………A wave also-cornea negative component…………….B wave-cornea positive
    43. Vitreous most firmly..—ANS—foveola (internet reff)
    44. Latanoprost wrong is—ANS—prostaglandin antagonist (no its
    analogue)
    45. Varicocele all true except—ANS—Portal HT may cause it (testicular veins open in rt-IVC/lt-lt RENAL—IVC )
    46. Methyl alcohol—ANS—ethyl alcohol
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    47. Rheobase is—ANS—strenghth of current
    48. Chloroma—ANS—acute myeloid leukemia (M4/M5)
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    49. Neurofibromatosis—ANS—café-au-lait
    50. Pre exposure proph in rabbies—ANS—0—7—28.
    51. Brightness of point of light—ANS—candela
    52. Temp -26 -27 --ANS—comfortable
    53. Sputum examination in cat2—ANS—3 months
    54. Anti tub bacteriocidal—ANS--ethambutol
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    55. Type 1 h.s.—ANS—Ig E
    56. Brown sign—ANS—glomus tumor
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    57. Cytotoxic substance ,drugs—ANS—black bag disposal
    58. Anesthesia child—ANS—sevoflurane
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    59. Halothane—ANS—hepatitis
    60. Parkinsonism—ANS—rivastigmine/donepazil
    61. Psychosis—ANS—INH
    62. Avascular necrosis—ANS—sub capital
    63. Heberden nodules—ANS—osteoarthritis
    64. Vit d def causes all except—ANS—barrel chest
    65. Carcinoid—ANS—kulchitsky cell
    66. Kidney function imaging—ANS—DTPA (rest all static)
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    amin. Guest

    67. Scurvy all true except –ANS—defective mineralization
    68. End product of pyrimidine in non primate—ANS—allantoin
  11. sunik

    sunik Guest

    not protect from free radical in lens - ANS- vit A
    commonest site of genital TB- ANS - Fallopian tube
    inguinal canal - ANS - Lecunar lig forms medial boundry and forms floor
    in which month is breast milk secretion maximum?-ANS- 5-6 months
    in which of the following is supra sellar calcification seen? -ANS- craniophryngioma
    double bubble appearance seen in-ANS- Deodenal atresia
    Anti gliadin antibodies-Celiac disease
    Amyloidosis is seen in all excep-Osteoarthritis
    For SLE – anti ds DNA
    absolute indiaction for classical c-section -post mortem
    anaesthesis for children -sevoflurane
    serum alpha foetoprotein is not raised in -closed neural tube defects
    phenylketonuria-Gutheri test
  12. amin.

    amin. Guest

    69. PKU—ANS—guthrie
    70. Pediatric pt continuous vaginal discharge—ANS—ectopic ureter

    71. Lower anal canal—ANS—sup.inguinal l.n.
    72. MPHW by—ANS—Kartar singh
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    73. Wernicke encephalopathy by—ANS—Thiiamine def.
    74. Prion transmitted by—ANS—protienaceous material
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    75. All are prion in human except—ANS—spongiform encephalo—OTHERS—KJD ,Fami.fatal insomnia ,strausser sha. Synd.
    76. Cu380—ANS—10 yrs
    77. CU380—ans—9 yrs –OTHERS here options were 12 yr 6yr 3 yr
    78. AFP raised in all except—ANS—closed neural tube
    79. C/I to ECV-external cephalic version—ANS—Preeclampsia
    80. HDI all except—ANS—IMR—OTHERS—life expectancy at birth,GDP ,literacy

    81. 0 level of AIDS growth( national health policy 2002 )—ANS—2007.
    82. Pigmentation of skin—ANS—clofazimine
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    83. All causes optic neuropathy except—ANS—amoxycillin
    84. Daily Na+ need is –ANS—100 mEq=100 mMol (so 75 to 125 is answ)
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    amin. Guest

    85. B12 def—ANS—D.latum
    86. Which penetrate skin—ANS—strongyloid
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    87. Cerebral malaria—ANS—P.falciparum
    88. Post expo proph AIDS all except—ANS—STAVUDINE and DIDANOSINE.—OTHERS all were having zidovudine which should b there (and lamivudine—least toxic so good)

    89. Mees line—ANS—arsenic
    90. Rx of hyperkalemia all except—ANS—
    91. Crescent gametocyte—ANS—P.falciparum
    92. Graft vs Host ds—ANS—BMT
    93. PAF secreted by all except—ANS—Eosinophil
    94. Toxic shock syndrome—ANS—enterotoxin F
    95. Fibrinoid necrosis in all except—ANS—coagulative necrosis
    96. Large vessels—ANS—wind kessel effect
    97. All are major UTI pathpogen except—ANS—strept viridians
    [snip]. In neonates…--ANS—Strepto.
    99. Smoking cause all cancer excedpt—ANS—Gall bladder???
    100. Cervical cancer—ANS—HPV-16/18
  18. amin.

    amin. Guest

    101. MCHC –ANS—34 (32-36)
    102. Epidemic keratoconjunctivitis—ANS—8-9-37
    103. Herpes virus all except—
    104. Rhinosporidiosis siberi—ANS—sub cutaneous
    105. Mc risk factor fo atherosclerosis
    106. REM all except—ANS—bruxism
    107. Double bubble—ANS—duodenal atresia
    108. Supraceller calcification—ANS—craniopharyngioma
    109. Kartagener all except—ANS—ethmoidal polyp
    110. Breast milk max. at –ANS—5-6 months
    111. Ca.maxilla 1st is—ANS—jugulo diagastric??
    112. Cervical group 6 is—ant to SCM muscle and from hyoid to strnum
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    113. Lingual n block—ANS—postero sup to 3rd molar
    114. B lynch—ANS—PPH
    115. Ejaculatory duct open into—ANS—Prostatic urethra
    116. Haustration present in—ANS—colon
    117. Root value of inferior gluteal n. supplying glut.max—ANS—L5/S1/S2
    118. Abductor of hip—ANS—gluteus medius
    119. Eeg in petit mal—ANS—Spike and wave (3/s)
    120. G protein rece—ANS—beta Adrenergicm
    121. Vomiting centre –ANS—Medulla
    122. Gluconeogenesis—ANS—Cytosol+mitochondria
    123. Glycos amino glycans—ANS—uronic acid+hexos amine
    124. Target for measle vaccination catch up—ANS—9 months to 14 yrs irrespective to prior immunisation
    125. Perinatal mortality--- ANS—total live
    126. Oc pill efficacy decreased by—ANS—rifampicin
    127. Max.students in a class—ANS—40
    128. Swimming pool atleast—ANS—1 ppm free chlorine
    129. Rx of pneumo.carinii—ANS—Cotrimoxazol
    130. Chikungunya—ANS—aedes
    131. Frnci tulerensis—ANS—non motile grm- -ve
    132. Normal curve all ex cept—ANS—
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    133. Factory act maximum—ANS—48 hrs
    134. 165/104—ANS—moderate HT
    135. Health and family welfare—ANS—vit A prophylaxis
    136. IQ 45—ANS—moderate
    137. Essential drugs—AVS—
    138. Pregnancy –ANS—tidal voume increases
    139. Normal respi—ANS—tidal volume
    140. Pathological in pregnancy—ANS—systolic murmur(diastolic is normal-mammary shuffle)
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    133. Factory act maximum—ANS—48 hrs
    134. 165/104—ANS—moderate HT
    135. Health and family welfare—ANS—vit A prophylaxis
    136. IQ 45—ANS—moderate

    137. Essential drugs—AVS—
    138. Pregnancy –ANS—tidal voume increases
    139. Normal respi—ANS—tidal volume
    140. Pathological in pregnancy—ANS—systolic murmur(diastolic is normal-mammary shuffle)
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    141. Protein in buffalo milk—ANS—4.3
    142. Pinta—ANS—T.carateum
    143. Rhesus sardonicus—ANS—Tetanus
    144. B.cereus—ANS—rewarmed Chinese rice

    145. Paul bannel—ANS—inf.mono
    146. Dimorphic fungi all except—ANS—cryptococcus(true fungi)
    147. All are mesenteric cyst except—ANS—hydatid
    148. All bact cidal except—ANS—Ethambutol
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    149. Trigemi.neuralgia—ANS—carbamazepine
    150. Ketotiphan—ANS—mast cell stabilizer
    151. Idyosyncracy—ANS—geneticaly determined
    152. Proton pump inhibitor—ANS—Na-H pump
    153. 4 t1/2—ANS—93%
    154. Neuroblastoma all true except—ANS—parasympathetic
    155. Laryngeal stridor in new born—ANS—laryngomalacia
    156. Hemiballismus—ANS—sub thalamic nucleaus
  24. Guest

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    few more :

    Q:+predictive value and high prevalence ...relation ?
    Q: Rx in ACNE:.... ??
    Q: normal menstrual period duration

    Q: Tubal block Rx
    Q:Ankylosing spondylitis: HLA B27
    Q:Rx in a 45 yrs old Lady with SEVER DYSPLASIA

    Q: oligohydramnios seen in a/e
    Q: Specific gravity <1.025 in a/e
    Q: shortest acting non depolarising : mivacurium
    Q: fasciculations seen in : succinyl choline

    Q: GH secretion inhibited by: exercise, raised free fatty acids.....??
    Q: best prognosis-astrocytoma
    Q: corneal transplant true a/e : HLA typing
    Q: microsporum spares nails
    Q: alcoholic withdrawl seen a/e : ataxia...
    Q: normal x-ray shows shadows of a/e...
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    153. 4 t1/2—ANS—93%
    154. Neuroblastoma all true except—ANS—parasympathetic
    155. Laryngeal stridor in new born—ANS—laryngomalacia
    156. Hemiballismus—ANS—sub thalamic nucleaus
    157. Hypertensive hemo. MC—ANS—Putamen(basal ganglia)
    158. Alexia-ANS-inability to read
    159. Black urine /cartilage—ANS—alkaptonuria
    160. Gauchers—ANS—beta Glucosidase
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    161. Anti gliadin Ab—ANS—celiac disease
    162. Specific for SLE—ANS—Anti ds-DNA
    163. Scarring alopesia—ANS—Discoid lupus erythematos
    164. Test to diff consumption coagulo from deffe production—ANS—D-dimer
    165. Uncus serpens—ANS—pneumococci
    166. Myopia—ANS—under correctiom
    167. 5 mm stone—ANS—observation
    168. Angiodysplasia MC—ANS—Sigmoid

    169. Triple arthrodesis—ANS—talocalca/calca.cubo./talo navi.
    170. Shortest non depola—ANS—mivacurium
    171. Fasciculation—ANS—suxamethonium
    172. Epidural anesthesia—ANS—2%( xylocaine-20 ml)
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    173. All are true about anti psychotics except—ANS—dystonia is d/t anti cholinergic s/e
    174. Alcohol withdrawal all except—ANS—nystagmus , sleepliness
    175. Non BZD hypnotic—ANS—zolpidem
    176. Acute opioid poisoning all except—ANS—Methadone

    177. NSAID tht don’t inhibit PG synthesis—ANS—Nephopam
    178. Brow presentation—ANS—Mento vertical
    179. Organo phosphorus—ANS—Irreversible inhibition after sometime(till then reversible)??
    180. Streptomycin—ANS—waksman
    181. Spleen—ANS—Tc99m pertechnate
    182. Acute pancreatitis complications all except—ANS—Gall stones
    183. Hypertrophic obst pyloric—ANS—4 wk/ramsted/usg this 3 true----- --- 4th one is wrong
    184. Gastric analysis—?
    185. Schatzki ring –ANS—Gastro eso junction ??
    186. ZES—ANS—
    187. Bile pigment—ANS--<1% of total bile
    188. Fetal scalp ph –ANS—Normal (7.25 – 7.35 is normal)
    189. Behavioral therapy—ANS—negative …thought…..(last one)
    190. Inguinal hernia—ANS—
    191. Tympanic membrane area—ANS—.80 cm2
    192. Eustachian tube—ANS—
    193. Suprameatal triangle—mastoid antrum
    194. Smoking all cancers except—ANS—
    195. Metallic fumes –ANS—
    196. Tracheostomy tube—ANS—
    197. Torsion testis all true except—ANS—tumor is mc cause in elderly??
    198. Torsion testis time to save—ANS—6HRS
    199. Funicular—ANS—1 cm distal to deep ring??
    200. Hydrocele complications—ANS—hernia??
    201. Sjogren syndrome—ANS—xeroderma
    202. Congenital hydrocele—ANS—Herniotomy??
    203. Micturation reflex—ANS—spinal cord lesion causes incontinence??
    204. Small penile cancer—ANS—partial ??
    205. Severe cervical dysplasia—ANS—Hysterectomy??
    206. C/S absolute indication—ANS--
    207. Growth hormone decreased by –ANS--FFA
    208. Pineal gland—ANS--Calcification
    209. Handedness—ANS—ANS—1 yr??
    210. Cornea true is—ANS—avascular
    211. Rx of posterior urethral injury—ANS—Suprapubic cystostomy??
    212. Fluctuating hearing loss—ANS—meniers ds
    213. Mucosal involvement—ANS—pemphigus
    214. Parkinsonism DBS—ANS—deep brain stereostaxy??
    215. 3 rd n.painful rupture—ANS—
    216. Premalignant—ANS—actinic keratosis
    217. Interspinous diameter—ANS—10.5??
    218. Erythrasma—ANS—corynebact.minissutum
    219. Labyrinthine pacing reflex—ANS—
    220. Supporting reflex—ANS—
    221. Viral transfer of bact.gene—ANS—Transduction
    222. B cell marker all except—ANS-- (in mine except was not there)
    223. Terminal portion of chromosome—ANS—telomere
    224. Naegleria fowleri—ANS—
    225. Piecemeal necrosis—ANS—chronic hepatitis
    226. Mononeuritis multiplex—ANS—Leprosy
    227. Hepatitis b dose change to 1 ml at age—ANS—
    228. Normal menstrual period—ANS—
    229. Who spares nails—ANS—microsporon
    230. Normal plain x ray abdomen all shadows except—ANS—
    231. All done in corneal transplant except—ANS—HLA typing
    232. Best prognosis—ANS—Astrocytoma
    233. Spec ific gravity <1.025 A/E –ANS—D.M.
    234. Oligohydramnios in all except—ANS—prematurity
    235. ANkylosing spondylitis—ANS—HLA B27
    236. Acne rx all recognized except—ANS—
    237. PPV and High prevalence relation—ANS—
    238. Not a free radical in lens—ANS—vit a
    239. Primary site fr pelvic T.B.—ANS—
    240. Amyloidosis seen in all except—ANS—osteo arthritis
    241. Cacodylic acid—ANS—
    242. Boiled lobster syndrome—ANS—
    243. Smoking appearance in stool—ANS—
    244. Most toxic ocular foreign bodies
    245. Phylloid tumor true is—ANS—
    246. Down’s in next pregnancy—ANS—
    247. Clavical fracture
    248. Breathing and swallowing movements starts at
    249. Acid phosphatase---ANS—
    250. Neonatal hypotonia—ANS—
    251. Noble for 2007 physio medicine—ANS—
    252. 5%co2 breathing causes—ANS—
    253. Increased ICT causes—ANS—tachycardia and hypertension
    254. Isotonic contraction –ANS—
    255. Moderate work should drink how much milk—ANS—
    256. HIV by breast feeding—ANS—
    257. MC cause of breach—ANS—
    258. Drooping of sholder is seen in palsy of –ANS—
    259. In starvation seen is—ANS—
    260. Interstitial pressure is—ANS—
    261. Malarial vector idices—ANS—
    262. Problem village—ANS—15 metres
    263. Millennium development goal—ANS—8
    264. Atypical T.B. in soil (reservoir) but unknown source—ANS—
    265. Abdominal cramps—ANS—
    266. Delayed dentition in—ANS—hypothyrodism
    267. Peri oral rash with deficiency of—ANS—Zn
    268. Gaisbock syndrome—ANS—spurious polycythemia
    269. Hb A1c—ANS—12 weeks
    270. Asterexis—ANS—
    271. Higher chances of suicide—ANS—living alone and separated
    272. All are true abt supercarrier of hepatitis except—ANS—
    273. t/2 of Iodine132—ANS—2.3 days
    274. 2D echo in all except—ANS—
    275. Papilloedema in allexcept—ANS—Medulla??
    276. Altitudinal blindness d/t—ANS—optic chiasma??
    277. Intussusceptions all except—ANS—MC is colo co

    278. Recurrent periareolar abscess—ANS—paget’s ds
    279. Splenectomy indicated in all except—ANS—Malarial spleen
    280. Pathological fracture in adolescent boy—ANS—aneurismal bone cyst
    281. Tracheostomy tube—ANS—
    282. Gestational D.M. screening test best is—ANS—glucose challenge test
    283. Rh iso immunisation problem to fetus—ANS—hemolysis and…
    284. contusion color change—ANS—
    285. Woodroof are in nose—ANS—post middle turbinate
    286. Epidural anesthesia potential deangers all except—ANS—
    287. High risk for chorio ca—ANS—after full normal pregnancy
    288. Penile urethra forms under influence of—ANS—testosteron
    289. Snake with 3rd molar—ANS—
    290. Multiple repeated stones check for—ANS—
    291. All causes diarroea except—ANS—hyper para thyrodism
    292. Hashimoto thyroiditis—ANS—lympocytic….
    293. Down all true except—ANS—never Hirsch prung in down
    294. Volvulus all true except—ANS—
    295. Lympoedema—ANS—NON pitting
    296. Dundas grant tube—ANS—for air
    297. Fifth n supply all except—ANS—poat belly diagastric
    298. Seco.amenorrhoea—ANS—6 months
    299. Protooncogene—ANS—Cell growth substance
    300. Not exudative—ANS—portal HT
    301. Biological membrane passed by—ANS—completely unionized molecules
    302. Spermatocele—ANS—
    303. Purine de novo synthesis affected by—ANS—methotrexate(by reducing THFA level)
    304. Golgi tendon
  28. Guest

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    :+predictive value and high prevalence ...relation ? - Linear???
    Q: Rx in ACNE:.... ?? expt ocp
    Q: normal menstrual period duration- 21-35

    Q: Tubal block Rx- plasty??
    Q:Ankylosing spondylitis: HLA B27
    Q:Rx in a 45 yrs old Lady with SEVER DYSPLASIA

    Q: oligohydramnios seen in a/e- prematurity?
    Q: Specific gravity <1.025 in a/e- DM ?
    Q: shortest acting non depolarising : mivacurium
    Q: fasciculations seen in : succinyl choline

    Q: GH secretion inhibited by: exercise, raised free fatty acids.....??
    Q: best prognosis-astrocytoma
    Q: corneal transplant true a/e : HLA typing
    Q: microsporum spares nails
    Q: alcoholic withdrawl seen a/e : ataxia...
  29. Guest

    Guest Guest

    [color :arrow: =red] :twisted: 8) [/color]( varicocele......ans renal
  30. drirk

    drirk Guest

    ans

    :!:
    M/c Angiodysplasia - Cecum & Asc colon is the right ans.
    Refer Bailey & Love.
  31. shali

    shali Guest

    gaisbock syndrome--spurious polycithemia with reduced plasma volume

    *sign of 8 on radio--TAPVC

    *choriocarcinoma risk increases with----hydatiform mole its 2-10%

    *dequevain's is--granulomatous thyroiditis

    *bilateral tubal block with infertility Tt is---IVF

    *secondary amenorrhoea---more than 6 month
    *halothane ---hepatitis

    *earliest feature of hydrops foetalis---severe anemia and cardiac failure

    *common coz of pathological # in young adult < 20 yr is---unicameral bone cyst

    *clavicle # true is malunion,figure 8 bandage,medail 2\3 and lateral 1\3 ---the fourth option is wrong

    *cafe au lait spots pathognomic of---neurofibromatosis
    biological membrane passed by-completely unionized molecules
    .dna synthesis affected by-5fu
    .true about spermatocele-behind body of testis
    suprameatal triangle-mastoid antrum
    .congenital stridor seen in-laryngomalacea
    .after four half life,drug eliminated-93%
    .denovo purine synthesis inhibited by-methotrexate
    menstruation normal-28 to 30 days a/c shaws
    .golgi tendon organ gives out-1b
    .in gauchers deposited substance-cerebroside
    .not true about hirshprung's disease-not associated with down's or other genetic diseases
    .surface area of tympanic membrane-70 mm2
  32. shali

    shali Guest

    pinta caused by-T.Pallidum caratium
    .naegleria fowleri causes-meningoencephalitis
    .schatzki ring-mucosal ring at squamocolumnar junction
    .terminal portion of human chromosome-telomere
    shortest incubation period food poisong-staph aureus
    .best t/t 45 yr female cervical dysplasia-hysterectomy
    .picemeal necrosis-chronic hepatitis
    .mononeuritis multiplex-leprosy
    hepatitis b paediatric dose upto-10 yrs of age
    .phenylketonurea-fecl3 test
    guthre is jst screeng test
    .aedes is the sole vector of chikungunya
    .horner's syndrome not seen-proptosis
    .parkinsonism surg-deep brain stimulation
    .not true about sjogren-xeroderma
    .mucosal involvement-pemphigus
  33. shali

    shali Guest

    half life of I-132 =2.3 hrs
    .fluctuating hearing loss-meniere's
    .handedness seen at-24 mth
    .t/t of post urethral injury-suprapubic cystostomy
    .cornea true-avascular
    m/c cause of breech presentation-uterine abnormality bicornuate
    .3rd labial touches eye and nasal shields-cobra
    .hemiballismus-subthalamic nucleus
    .premalignant condition-actinic keratosis
    biparietal diameter-9.5
    .mee's line-arsenic
    .erythrasma seen in-cornybacterium minutissimum
    .supporting reflex-spinal cord
    .labyrinthine pacg reflex-midbrain
    .penis growth-partial amputation
    .congenital hydrocele treatment-herniotomy
    .funicular hernia ligation of processus vaginalis-1 cm distal to deep ing ring
    .madcow disease by-prion abnormal protien transfer
    .viral transfer of bacterial genes-transduction
  34. shally.

    shally. Guest

    tympanic membrane area ans 90 mm (ref dhingra )
    ca maxillary sinus ans retropharyngeal ln involved first
    drug not c/i in renal failure ans doxy
    sign of heart dis in pregnancy ans arrythmia (ref dutta)
    normal alp level in ans osteoporosis
    LASIK c/i ans thin cornea
    anorexia nervosa ans amenorrhea for three months n loss of libido
    temp 27 -28 ans uncomfortable n hot
    beta blocker not indicated in ans ccf
  35. neeraj 007

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    dnb dec07

    shaly r u sure that mc cause of breech presentatin is ut abn (and not placent preavia)
  36. amin.

    amin. Guest

    B220

    B cell marker (B220). PMID: 12151637

    BLAST-2 (EBVCS)

    an early cell surface marker of human B cell activation and expressed on both activated and lymphoblastoid cells. PMID: 2984280
    Bu-1

    expressed on B cells as well as on a subset of macrophages. PMID: 2649381

    CD19

    pan-B-cell marker. PMID: 9226174

    CD20 (L26)

    cell membrane protein. PMID: 16285718

    pan B cell marker. PMID: 8839435

    well established as a B-cell marker of high specificity for use in paraffin-embedded tissues. PMID: 12360049

    expression of CD20 on B-cells closely parallels that of FMC7 antigen. PMID: 9579603

    an important therapeutic target in the treatment of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL). PMID: 16285718

    CD22

    pan B-cell markers. PMID: 14608905, MID: 14582135

    CD24

    B cell differentiation marker. PMID: 7658146, PMID: 7829271

    a glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored cell surface molecule, has been identified as a B-cell marker that is lost during cell maturation. PMID: 7829271

    CD27

    memory B-cell marker. PMID: 10782048, PMID: 12500291

    CD57

    a marker for B-cell activation. PMID: 9394048

    CD72

    expression is not restricted to B lineage cells in mouse strains expressing the CD72(b) allele; instead, a population of T lineage cells in these mice also expresses CD72. PMID: 8995186

    CD79a, CD79b

    pan B-cell markers. PMID: 14608905, MID: 14582135

    marker for B-cell neoplasms, associated in the B-cell membrane with immunoglobulin. PMID: 7632952

    CD86

    B-cell activation markers. PMID: 10495778

    chB6

    expressed on chicken B cells throughout most of their development, as well as on some non-lymphoid cells. PMID: 8662088

    D8/17

    a disease-specific B cell marker with a world-wide distribution. PMID: 12030895

    FMC7

    a 105-kDa B cell restricted antigen which is expressed on about 50% of adult human peripheral blood B cells. PMID: 1697282

    delineates a subpopulation of B lymphocytes in normal blood. PMID: 6427340

    human B cell differentiation antigen. PMID: 1697282

    detects an antigen present on only a subset of circulating B lymphocytes. PMID: 11309819

    expression of CD20 on B-cells closely parallels that of FMC7 antigen. PMID: 9579603

    modulated CD23 expression. PMID: 11857591, PMID: 11309819

    L26

    a highly effective pan B cell marker that can be detected in paraffin sections. PMID: 3263805

    M17

    a mouse gene expressed specifically in normal germinal center (GC) B cells. PMID: 15677569

    germinal center-associated lymphoma (HGAL) gene is the human homolog of M17. PMID: 15677569

    MUM-1

    B-cell proliferation/differentiation marker. PMID: 12920225

    Pax-5 (BSAP)

    an pan-B and pan-pre-B-cell marker. PMID: 12360049

    a B-cell-specific transcription factor, the expression of which is detectable as early as the pro-B-cell stage and subsequently in all further stages of B-cell development until the plasma cell stage. PMID: 12360049

    PC47H

    a B cell activation marker. PMID: 2474446

    a unique B-cell differentiation marker for study of B-cell activation and differentiation. PMID: 8258455
  37. amin.

    amin. Guest

    Between 30% and 40% of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV occurs postnatally through breast-feeding. To reduce the risk of postnatal transmission, experts recommend that breast-feeding by HIV-infected mothers should be avoided whenever replacement feeding is "acceptable, feasible, affordable, sustainable, and safe." In all other cases, exclusive breast-feeding is recommended. These recommendations were complicated by the results of a 2001 observational study in South Africa that found exclusive breast-feeding during the first 3 months of life to be associated with a lower risk of MTCT than mixed-feeding, ie, feeding with breast milk in addition to other liquids and solids.(1) Two infant feeding posters presented at the XV International AIDS Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, support the findings of the South African study.

    Hepatitis A + hepatitis B vaccine (Twinrix Adult)
    Age from 16 years onwards

    Twinrix Adult suspension for injection 1ml pre-filled syringes. Give 1 ml by intramuscular injection. Give a second dose one month later, then give a third dose 6 months after the first dose. Supply 1 1ml prefilled syringe.
    NHS Cost £27.76
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  38. amin.

    amin. Guest

    Low-Grade Tumors
    These tumors include Grade II (rarely Grade I) astrocytoma, oligodendroglioma and mixtures of the two. They are slower-growing than high-grade tumors, potentially curable by surgery and carry a substantially better prognosis. The treatment is controversial.

    Surgery: The initial treatment for these tumors is surgical. Every effort is made to remove the entire tumor. Frequently, however, this is not possible since low-grade tumors often have been present for many months or years and have spread to areas of brain where surgery is unsafe. Therefore, additional treatment may be necessary.

    Radiation has been used for many years for the treatment of unresectable low-grade tumors. Although there is clear evidence that radiation has a beneficial effect, it is not clear from the medical literature that radiation therapy is curative. Furthermore, there is legitimate concern about its long-term effect on brain health and function. Therefore, we favor avoidance of radiotherapy unless other measures fail.

    Chemotherapy has the advantage of having no or minimal effect on the brain itself. There are recent reports indicating benefit of chemotherapy in low-grade tumors using single agents or combinations. One commonly used combination is called PCV — representing the drugs procarbazine, CCNU and irinotecan. Although this regimen is effective, it is not well-tolerated and seldom can be given for more than six months. There is good reason to believe that adequate treatment of low-grade gliomas requires longer therapy.

    Therefore, we have modified PCV to make it a more tolerable and perhaps a more effective regimen which we call TCVEP, which we give for one year. 35 patients have been treated with PCV or TCVEP over the last six years. Most have not required radiation. 95% of these patients are currently alive, all but two with no evidence of active disease.

    Summary
    For patients who elect to take an aggressive approach to the treatment of their tumors and are suitable candidates for such treatment, Dr. Arenson treats with the goal of cure.

    Not all patients are candidates for this approach. For those who are, results are promising and suggest the possibility of long-term survival for a subset of patients including those with high-grade tumors.

    Because Dr. Arenson is in private practice, treatment can be individualized to insure the best outcome for each patient. In addition to newly-diagnosed patients, patients whose treatment has been given elsewhere are welcome to inquire and frequently can be helped by Dr. Arenson.
  39. amin.

    amin. Guest

    292. Anal continence—ANS—
    293. Bile pigment—ANS--<1% of total bile
    294. All are true abt supercarrier of hepatitis except—ANS—
    295. Millennium development goal—ANS—8
    296. Atypical T.B. in soil (reservoir) but unknown source—ANS—
    297. Tubal blockade treatment—ANS—tubectomy
    298. Acne rx all recognized except—ANS—
    299. Positive Supporting reflex—ANS— spinal cord
    300. PPV and High prevalence relation—ANS—
    301. Labyrinthine pacing reflex—ANS—
    302. C/S absolute indication—ANS--
    303. Isotonic contraction –ANS— 7
    304. 2D echo in all except—ANS—
    305. Torsion testis all true except—ANS—tumor is mc cause in elderly
    306. Funicular—ANS—1.5 cm distal to deep ring
    307. Hydrocele complications—ANS—hernia
    308. Normal plain x ray abdomen all shadows except—ANS—Pancreas
    309. 3 rd n.painful rupture—ANS— aneurism rupture(PCA)
    310. Papilloedema in all except—ANS—Medulla
    311. ZES…..—ANS—
    312. Gastric analysis—ANS—
    313. Congenital hydrocele—ANS—Herniotomy
    314. Micturation reflex—ANS—spinal cord lesion causes incontinence
    315. Malarial vector idices—ANS—human
    316. Epidural anesthesia potential deangers all except—ANS—
  40. sanj

    sanj Guest

    when r the dnb cet dec2007 coming out
  41. shallu.

    shallu. Guest

    am adding somemore que. 1.flapping tremors in all except:a.uremic encephalopathy b.co2 narcosis c.thyrotoxicosis d.hepatic encephalopathy 2.5% inhalation of co2 cuases a.headach b.bradycardia c.hypotention d......... 3.sperm count 80million 10%motility 3%viability diagnosis:a.immotile cilia syndrome b.necrospermia c.... d.... 4.optic neuropathy by all except a.ethambutol b.inh c.penicilin d.tolbutamide 5.uni/bilateral undescended testis in a.3% b6% c9% d.12% 6.keratoderma blenorrhagica seen in ans is a. reactve arthritis option b.behcets dis. c.lymes dis d.... 7.uvula vesicae opens in a.membranous uretra b.bulbar uretra c.penile urethra d.navicular fossa 8.loss of vascular tone causing pooling of blood to periphery type of shock in a.sev.burn b.cardiac tamponade c.pulm. embolism d...... 9.drooping of scapula in a.thoracodorsal n. b.n. to serratos ant c.n. to latti dorsi d.long thoracic n 10.NSAID induced peptic ulcer in except a.>75 yr age b.h/o heart dis.c.h/olung dis d.h/og.i bleeding 11.hypersegmented neutrophils not in a.megaloblastic ana. b.iron deff.ana. c...... d..... 12.pruritis in all except a.lichen planus b.acute eczema c.cutaneus vasculitis d.dermatitis herpetiformis
  42. shallu.

    shallu. Guest

    Re.vitreous attachment:

    Since the vitreous is avascular a vitreous hemorrhage describes the juxtaposition of blood within a bloodless gel. Vitreous has firm attachments to 3 important areas of the inner eye.

    * First, at the most anterior portion and termination of the retina (ie, ora serrata), a circular band approximately 4 mm wide forms the vitreous base. This is the strongest of all attachments and maintains its strength throughout life. Any traction of this area is transmitted to the adjacent peripheral retina.

    * The second attachment is at the circular zone of the optic nerve head. This area progressively weakens with age and can separate with posterior vitreous detachment (PVD). As a result, one often can observe a feathery ring (ie, Weiss ring) following PVD.

    * The third area of firm attachment occurs to the retina along the course of the major retinal vessels. Vitreous traction along the vessels may lead to partial-thickness retinal breaks (ie, retinal pits) or full-thickness breaks with a bridging vessel. Tractional forces, whether traumatic or from pathologic vascularization of the retina, result in hemorrhage into the vitreous.


    i think ans is ora serrata which was in option .
  43. shallu.

    shallu. Guest

    Low-Grade Tumors
    These tumors include Grade II (rarely Grade I) astrocytoma, oligodendroglioma and mixtures of the two. They are slower-growing than high-grade tumors, potentially curable by surgery and carry a substantially better prognosis. The treatment is controversial.

    Surgery: The initial treatment for these tumors is surgical. Every effort is made to remove the entire tumor. Frequently, however, this is not possible since low-grade tumors often have been present for many months or years and have spread to areas of brain where surgery is unsafe. Therefore, additional treatment may be necessary.

    Radiation has been used for many years for the treatment of unresectable low-grade tumors. Although there is clear evidence that radiation has a beneficial effect, it is not clear from the medical literature that radiation therapy is curative. Furthermore, there is legitimate concern about its long-term effect on brain health and function. Therefore, we favor avoidance of radiotherapy unless other measures fail.

    Chemotherapy has the advantage of having no or minimal effect on the brain itself. There are recent reports indicating benefit of chemotherapy in low-grade tumors using single agents or combinations. One commonly used combination is called PCV — representing the drugs procarbazine, CCNU and irinotecan. Although this regimen is effective, it is not well-tolerated and seldom can be given for more than six months. There is good reason to believe that adequate treatment of low-grade gliomas requires longer therapy.

    Therefore, we have modified PCV to make it a more tolerable and perhaps a more effective regimen which we call TCVEP, which we give for one year. 35 patients have been treated with PCV or TCVEP over the last six years. Most have not required radiation. 95% of these patients are currently alive, all but two with no evidence of active disease.

    Summary
    For patients who elect to take an aggressive approach to the treatment of their tumors and are suitable candidates for such treatment, Dr. Arenson treats with the goal of cure.

    Not all patients are candidates for this approach. For those who are, results are promising and suggest the possibility of long-term survival for a subset of patients including those with high-grade tumors.

    Because Dr. Arenson is in private practice, treatment can be individualized to insure the best outcome for each patient. In addition to newly-diagnosed patients, patients whose treatment has been given elsewhere are welcome to inquire and frequently can be helped by Dr. Arenson.
  44. dr.amin.

    dr.amin. Guest

    directly from williums-- the respi. rate is little changed during preagnancy but the tidal volume, minute venti . volume and minute o2 uptake increases appreciably as pregnancy advances
  45. dr.amin.

    dr.amin. Guest

    B cell lineage all except:-
    ans-CD15 is a marker of myeloid cells \or granulocytes'also expressed by RS cell in hodgkins<asked in AIIMS may 2007>


    keratoderma blenorraghicum is asso. with reiters disease
  46. dr.amin.

    dr.amin. Guest

    combined merit list based on performance of candidate out of 120 marks
    shall be published in order of merit subjected to a minimum score of 50%. The
    CET score shall be valid for a calendar period of TWO years from the date of declaration of CET results.
  47. dr shabbs

    dr shabbs Guest

    dnb-cet result

    plz tell when dnb-cet dec 2007 result is coming.plz reply shally mam

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