DNB December 2008 Q & A

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  1. kundan.

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    201..lyme's disease caused by-B. Burgdofferi
    202.acrodynia caused by-Mercury
    203.receptor for renin release: beta only
    204.digoxin acts by-Na+K+ ATPase
    205..framen magnum syndrome all is true except-?diplopia
    206.aspirin sensitvity is ass. with-nasal polyposis
    207.by factories act space provided to workers
    208.heart failure cells-lung
    209.function of surfactnt-to decrease sur. tension
    210.contribution of employer in ESIS-4.75%
    211.socratic method of learning - panel discussions
    212.susbseptate uterus dianosed by hysteroslapingography
    213.stuctures forming rt cardiac sillhaute A/E aorta
    214.bartholin's glands location
    215.phenomenon of extra chromosome in karyotype-non disjunction
    216.structures involved in beurgers disease a/e nerve,lymphatics,veins,small art
    217.international red cross was founded by- henry dunant
    218.all tongue muscles r supplied by hypoglssal n Eccept -palatoglossus
    219.curling ulcer-burns
    226.ear ring dermatitis-nickel???
    227.critical path-longest time
    228.secular trend-long time changes
    229.japanese encephlitis -mosquito
    230.m/c obstr-hirshsprung
    231.ascaris nematode
    232.fascia around kidney-gerota's fascia
    233.wheeze musical sound heard due to- lower airway obstruction
    234.typhoid carrier,bact found in-gall bladder
    235.thomas splint-?????
    236.CEA not a marker for-throid ca
    238.not a part of ORS-mag sulphate(not of WHO-ORS)
    239.enzymes lowers the energy of activation
    240.Most common cause of acute tubular necrosis
    severe diarrhoea n vomiting/ cardiac failure/ diuretics/ snake bite
    241.Cholinesterase is present in
    Viper/ cobra? / scorpion bite/
    242. renal artery arises at the level of L2
  2. Guest

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    1. Location of Quadrilateral cartilage in nasal septum – Anterior OR Antero-superior, Whichever was given among the options. (Diseases Of ENT By Dhingra, 2nd Ed, Page 146)
    2. Lateral border of foot is supplied by – S1 (Gray’s Anatomy , 38th Ed, Page 1290)
    3. Stylomastoid canal transmits – Facial Nerve (Gray’s Anatomy , 38th Ed, Page 568)
    4. Which artery does not supply middle ear – I think the answer is “Deep Auricular arteryâ€. Deep auricular artery supplies skin of auditory canal, tympanic membrane & temporo-mandibular joint. There is no mention that it supplies the middle ear. The other option “Posterior Auricular artery†supplies middle ear, mastoid cells, auricle & parotid gland. (Taber’s Dictionary, 18th Ed, Page 2171)
    5. Chorda tympani carries – Special sensations from anterior 2/3rd of the tongue. (Lingual Nerve carries general sensation of ENTIRE tongue, while chorda typmpani carries taste ie special sensation of anterior 2/3rd of tongue. ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, 2nd Volume, Page 223)
    6. Division of superior constrictor does not gain access to – ? (Options were Sinus of Morgagni, Styloid Process, Stylohyoid ligament & Glossopharyngeal Nerve)
    7. Lower limit of Hypo-pharynx – Lower border of cricoid Cartilage (Diseases Of ENT By Dhingra, 2nd Ed, Page 239)
    8. Rt border of heart is not formed by – Arch of Aorta
    9. Elevation in a fully adducted eye is by – Inferior constrictor (ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, 2nd Volume, Page 5
    10. Goblet cells are not present in – ?Stomach. Goblet cells are present in small intestine. Other options were Colon, Trachea.
    11. Brunner’s glands are present in – Duodenum
    12. Ligament not involved in maintenance of Medial longitudinal arch – ?
    13. Popliteal Nerve does not supply – ?Inferior tibio-fibuar ligament. This nerve supplies the superior tibio-fibular ligament. The inferior ligament is supplied by the tibial nerve.
    14. Hesselbach’s Triangle is not formed by – Medial border of Pyramidalis
    15. Vertebral level at which renal artery originates – ? Options were T12, Superior border of L1, Inferior border of L1 & L2. (Gray’s Anatomy , 38th Ed, Page 1557 = “Renal artery arises from aorta just inferior to Superior Mesenteric Artery, which arises at the level of L1-L2 vertebral discâ€)
    16. Membranous ossification is seen in – ?Mastoid Antrum (Options were Parietal Bone, Occipital Bone, Frontal Bone, Mastoid antrum)
    17. Inferior mesenteric artery does not supply – Rt flexure of Transverse colon
    18. Notocord formation - ?Third Week. Options were First week, Second week, Third week & Fourth week (16th day as per Gray’s Anatomy , 38th Ed, Page 140)
    19. Utero-placental circulation is established by – ? (Options were 7th day, 14th day, 21st day, 28th day)
    20. True for cilia – Adapted for movements of luminal contents (Other options were Cilia can not be seen under light microscope, Are smaller than microvilli)
    21. Immobile cilia due to defect in – Microtubules (Other options were Microfilaments, Intermediate filaments)
    22. Not an avascular structure – Dermis (Other options were Hair, Nail, Epidermis)
    23. Movement of mucous in nose – Mucociliary action (Other options were Inspiration, Expiration, Both inspiration & expiration)
    24. Stain for Nucleus – ?Hematoxyline. Other option was Eosin. (Taber’s Dictionary, 18th Ed, Page 865 = Hematoxyline is an excellent nuclear stain)
    25. Location of Bartholin’s Glands – ?Posterior & Inferior of Vagina (Gray’s Anatomy , 38th Ed, Page 1877)
    26. Renal fascia – Gerota fascia
    27. Extra fingers or toes – Polydactyly
    28. Lesser cornu of Hyoid bone develops from – Second Arch
    29. Down’s syndrome due to – Non-dysjunction during meiosis
    30. Pharyngeal muscle not supplied by Hypoglossal nerve – Palatoglossus
    31. Not true for inferior turbinate – Part of ethmoid bone (Inferior Turbinate is an independent bone)
    32. Caudate lobe of liver is – Segment I
    33. Narrowest part in infant’s respiratory tract – subglottis


    1. Morphine does not cause – Diarrhea
    2. Tolerance does not develop to which action of morphine – Miosis
    3. Which goes to all body compartments – ?Normal Saline ?Glucose
    4. Peripheral venous pressure - ?10 mm Hg ?15 mm Hg (Ganong, 21 Ed, Fig 30:17 shows the pressure in vein at ankle as 10 mm Hg. But on page no 597, it mentions that “Pressure in the venules is 12 -18 mm Hg. It falls steadily in the larger veins to about 5.5 mm of Hg†)
    5. Glucagon secretion is stimulated by – ? (Somatostatin was given in options. But it inhibits the secretion. Other option was Arginine)
    6. Maximum concentration of potassium – colonic secretion (Ganong, 21st Ed, Page 481)
    7. Oestrogen secretion in males – ? Options were Interstitial cells of Testis, Sertoli cells of Testis, Liver.
    8. Reticulocyte count at birth – ?2 to 6 % (Options were 1-2%, 10%)
    9. Increase in both GFR & Renal blood flow is due to – ?Dilatation of Afferent Arteriole. (Options were Dilatation of efferent arteriole)
    10. Duration of Cardiac Cycle if Heart Rate is 100 – 0.6 sec
    11. Detumescence of penis after ejaculation – Activation of Alfa Receptors (Harrisons, 15th Ed, Page 292 )
    12. Effect of ethinyl oestradiol – ?
    13. Why tetany not seen in Cardiac muscle – Cardiac muscle has longer refractory period. (Ganong, 21st Ed, Page 81)
    14. Secretion of Testosterone – Interstitial Cells of Testis
    15. Substance having increased clearance than GFR – Glomerular Filtration + Tubular Secretion
    16. Basic postural reflex – Stretch Reflex (Taber’s Dictionary, 18th Ed, Page 1650 = “Stretch reflexes are of primary importance in the maintenance of postureâ€)
    17. Sinus disease is a disease of – SA node
    18. Most abundant ion in ECF – Na ions
    19. Inherent rhythm for respiration is located in – Medulla (Ganong, 21st Ed, Page 675)
    20. Surfactant – decreases the surface tension
    21. First heart sound – Closure of AV valves
    22. Storage form of Iron – Serum Ferritin

    1. Billirubin is attached to – Albumin
    2. Action of Vit E – Anti-oxidant
    3. Generation of ATP in Mitochondria – Proton gradient across inner membrane
    4. Genes active away from the site of transcription – Hormone elements
    5. Slow moving component of Serum LDH is increased in – Liver Disease
    6. MOA of Enzymes –

    Forensic MEDICINE
    1. Natler’s law in Fornsic Medicine –
    2. Sommer’s movements in Forensic Medicine –
    3. Chilloti’s Lines in Forensic Medicine
    4. Crural index – Length of Tibia / Length of femur x 100
    5. Wiedmann’s formula for Alcohol –
    6. Christmas Tree Stain – Detection of Sperms (Ref: Internet)
    7. Most common means of suicide in South East Asia –
    8. Poisanous acid present in Spinach, Tomato – Oxalic Acid
    9. Acrodynia occurs in – Mercury poisoning
    10. Case of negligiance of Doctor as well as patient
    11. Not true – Syp of Ipecabab is most commonly used emetic
    12. Pralidoxime is not useful in – Carbaryl
    13. Cholinesterase is present in poison of –

    1. Classification of Immunoglobins is based on – Heavy Chains
    2. Definitive diagnosis in Measles – Fever + Rash + Koplick’s Spots
    3. SSPE is a rare complication of – Measles
    4. Prediliction for temporal lobe – Herpes Simplex Virus
    5. Which stage of malaria is not seen in blood – Schizonts of P. falciparum
    6. Attachment of P. vivax to RBC – Duffy Antigen
    7. PK reaction demonstrate – Ig E antibodies
    8. Casoni’s Test – Hydatid cyst (Ref: Surgery By Das)
    9. Organism usually sensitive to penicilline – Strept pyogenes
    10. Mucous & Blood Diarrhoea is not cause by – Giardia
    11. Secretory Diarrohea – V cholera
    12. Sterilization of Rubber Gloves – Autoclave (Ref: Microbiology By Rachana Chaurasia)
    13. Sterilization of Surgical Blade – Hot air oven
    14. True of Atypical Mycobacteria – Usually drug resistant. (Anantnarayan, 5th Ed, Page 338 = Atypical Mycobacteria are not able to produce disease in guinea pigs)
    15. Shigella causing arthritis – ?S. dysterie ?S. flexneri (Anantnarayan, 5th Ed, Page 264 = Complications are most often seen in infection with S. Dysenterie type1 & include arthritis, toxic neuritis, etc. But Harrisons, 15th Ed, Page 977 = Less common extra-intestinal manifestations include seizures & reactive arthritis; both of these are usually due to S. flexneri strain)
    16. False about Rota virus – Detection of antibodies against Rotavirus in Stools
    17. Live attenuated bacterial vaccine – BCG
    18. Strain of BCG Vaccine – Live attenuated strain of M. Bovis
    19. Dilutant used for BCG – Normal saline
    20. Tuberculin test – Type IV hypersensitivity
    21. Prophylaxis of allergic pulmonary aspergillosis – Steroids (Harrisons, 15th Ed, Page 1466)
    22. Most common cause of fungal meningitis in AIDS – Cryptococcus
    23. True about Histoplasma – Dimorphic fungi
    24. Athlete’s Foot is caused by – Dermophytes (Tinea pedis)
    25. H. Pylori – Gastric Malt Lymphoma
    26. Alfatoxin produced by – Aspergilus flavus
    27. Pneumatocoel is caused by – ?Klebsiella (Klebsiella is known to produce suppuration with gas. Other options were Staphylococcus)
    28. Clostridium – Gram positive, Spore bearing
    29. Ascaris is – Nematode
    30. Cyclo-propagative – Malaria (Development + Multiplication of Parasite in the vector)
    31. Lyme’s disease – Borrelia burgordorfi
    32. Malaria antigen test detects – Histidine residue
    33. Coating of pathogen by Ig & complement – Opsonization
    34. Prion – Proteinaceous particle
    35. Heterophile Antibodies Test – Infectious Mononucleosis
    36. Immunoglobulin secreted in body secretions – IgA
    37. Sterilization of infected soiled cotton – Incineration
    38. In typhoid carriers, typhoid bacilli are seen in – Gall Bladder
    39. Fulminant Giardiasis is seen in – Severe IgA Defficiency
    40. Diagnosis of Post-streptococcal Gomerulonephritis – Anti-DNAase Antibodies

    1. MIC – 1 antigen is positive in – ?Anaplastic Lymphoma ?Ewings Sarcoma
    2. Cream layer at the top after centrifuagation – ?Defective clearance of Chylomicron
    3. Psammoma bodies not seen in – Medullary Ca of Thyroid
    4. Mycosis fungoids – Cutaneous lymphoma
    5. Female with mantle radiation. Will suffer from which Cancer –
    6. Pure red aplasia – ? (If anything related to thymus was in the option, then it is the answer. Pure Red Aplasia is due to thymoma)
    7. Collection of sample for blood coagulation profile – Citrate Bulb (Taber’s Dictionary, 18th Ed, Page 2208)
    8. Diagonsis of DIC - D Dimer
    9. Polyarteritis Nodosa does not affect – Pulmonary vessels
    10. Stain for Amalydosis – Congo Red
    11. Not a premalignant lesion of skin – Lupus vulgaris
    12. Not a premalignant lesion of penis – Condyloma acuminatum (Other options were Bowen’s Disease, Bowenoid Papillomatosis & Erythroplasia of Qutyrate. “All these are premalignant lesions. Codylomata acuminatum is not a premalignant lesion.†Ref: Robbins Pathology , 6th Ed, Page 1013 & Harrisons, 15th Ed, Page 1119)
    13. Most common liver disease in Alcoholics – Fatty liver (Other Options were Alcoholic hepatitis & cirrhosis. “Fatty liver is present in over 90% of heavy drinkers. A much smaller % progress to alcoholic hepatitis, thought to be a precursor of cirrhosis.†Ref: Harrison’s 15th Ed, Page 1752)
    14. CEA is not used as marker in – Ca Thyroid
    15. Buerger’s disease does not affect – Lymphatics (It affects arteries, veins & sometimes nerves of extremities. Ref: Robbins Pathology , 6th Ed, Page 523)
    16. Transudate is due to – Increased hydrostatic pressure (Robbins Pathology , 6th Ed, Page 53)
    17. Malignant Hypertension shows – ?Fibrinoid necrosis ?All of the above
    18. Antibodies in SLE – ?
    19. Most common cause of Nephritic Syndrome – ?
    20. Coeliac disease – sensitive to gliadin
    21. Dermatitis herpetiformis associated with – Coeliac disease
    22. Eosinopenia occurs in – ?Steroid Treatment

    1. Morphine is contraindicated in – ?Hepatic insufficiency
    2. Drug to prevent Staph colonization of nose in pt of recurrent Staph pyoderma – Rifampicin (Ref: Harrisons, 15th Ed, Page 899 & Anantnarayan, 5rd Ed, Page 185)
    3. Not a use of Dapsone – Lymphoma
    4. Anti-neoplastic which is not an antibiotic – Azathioprine
    5. Amiodarone does not cause – CCF
    6. Chlormaphencol does not decrease the blood level of which drug – ?Atenolol
    7. Lactation should be withheld in – ?Mother taking Chlormaphenicol (Choramphenicol is secreted in milk & it is absolutely contraindicated in neonates)
    8. Following drug combination should not be administered in Rx of Glaucoma – ?Timolol + Butoxalol (Both are Beta Blockers)
    9. Mech of action of Lovastatin – competitive inhibition of rate limiting step in Cholesterol synthesis
    10. Which drug causes reversible suppression of growth in childern – ?Steroids
    11. Antibiotic prophylaxis is not recommended in – Secodary bacterial infection in common cold
    12. Contraindicated in pregnancy – ACE inhibitors
    13. Spina Bifida is due to – Valproate
    14. Drug not preferred in pregnancy – Enalprit
    15. Prodrug – drug which is converted in active metabolite in body
    16. Not useful in motion sickness – Domperidon
    17. Which drug has max relief of symptoms & cure rate of reflux oesophagitis – Omeprazole (Ref: Bailey & Love’s & Harrison’s )
    18. Drug not metabolized by acetylation – Salicylates
    19. Gynaecomastia is not caused by – Levodopa
    20. Not true for cyclosporine – Nonselective inhibitor of T Lymphocytes
    21. Sclerotherapy for varices – Sodium tetradecyl
    22. Not true for Noradrenaline – Increases the duration of Action Potential
    23. D2 Receptors increase real flow when given in – Low dose
    24. True for Beta receptors – Present on Heart
    25. ACE inhibitors cause – Hyperkalemia
    26. Digitalis Action – Inhibition of Na – K pump
    27. Buprenorphine is - Partial agonist
    28. Earliest symptom of Lithium toxicity – Coarse tremours
    29. Insulin storage & crystallization – Zinc
    30. Ketoconazole is not effective in –? (Options were Ringworm)
    31. NSAID not used in Paediatrics – Indomethacin. (Other options were Ibuprofen, Piroxicam & Ketorolac. Aspirin was not given in options)
    32. Aspirin sensitivity is associated with – Nasal polyposis

    1. Forceps used to set the # of nasal bone – Walshem’s Forceps
    2. Not true about Gromete insertion – Myringotomy is not required (Without Myringotomy, Gromete can not be inserted)
    3. Myringotomy is not done in – ?Tuberculosis (Diseases Of ENT By Dhingra, 2nd Ed, Page 76)
    4. Site of emergency needle tracheostomy- Cricothyroid membrane
    5. Secondary haemorrage after tonsillectomy – Pt not taking antibiotics. (It leads to infection & secondary haemorrage. ENT by Logan & Turner, 10th Ed, Page 366)
    6. All sinuses are seen in which view – ?Water’s view. Water’s view shows all sinuses except sphenoid sinus, which can be seen if Water’s view is taken with mouth open)
    7. True for antrochoanal polyp – Penduculated, single causing obstruction
    8. Maggots in the nose – Nasal Myiasis

    1. Appearance of Central Serous Retinopathy on angiogrphy – Smoke Stack
    2. Most common site for globe rupture after trauma – Upper nasal quadrant (Weakest point is in the vicinity of canal of schlemm concentric to the limbus. The supero-nasal limbus is most common site. Ref: ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- OP.213)
    3. Most common site of retinal detachment – Upper temporal quadrant (Ref: ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- OP.168)
    4. Wernicke’s papillitis occurs in – Optic Tract (Site of lesion in Wernicke’s Hemianopic pupil is Optic Tract. Ref: ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- OP.226)
    5. Injury at optic chiasma – Bitemporal Hemianopia
    6. Protonopes – Red colour blindness
    7. Protonopes – Red colour blindness. This question was repeated.
    8. Pie in Sky – Temporal lobe lesion (Ref: ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- OP.231)
    9. Krukenberg’s spindle seen in – Pigment Glaucoma (“Pigmentary Glaucoma presents with intermittent halos, an open angle & a Krukenberg’s spindle of pigment on the corneal endothelium.†Ref: Parsons’ 18th Ed, Page 214)
    10. Not true for prism use in Squint – ?Prism can be divided between two eyes.
    11. Not true for keratoplasty - ?Topical use of steroieds
    12. EOG (Electro-oculogram) – I don’t remember the options.
    13. Ectopia Lentis is not seen in – Tuberous sclerosis (Other options were Homocystinuria, Marphan’s Syndrome & Marchesani-Weil syndrome. All these three conditions may be associated with ectopia lentis. Ref: ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- OP.110)
    14. Phakomatosis – I don’t remember the options.

    1. Vitamin absent in Human breast milk – ?Niacin ?Vit K (Ref: Park, 16th Ed, Page 412 = Milk is poor source of Niacin.)
    2. Use of [2(HREZ) + 4(HR)] Regimen in which case of TB – Cat I
    3. Seriously ill Sputum negative case of TB – I don’t remember the options
    4. Calorie requirement in adult woman – 2,200 Kcal
    5. Mid-day meal programme by – Ministry of Education
    6. Bias is minimized in – Randomised Control Trials
    7. Volunteers fail to turn up for the study- ?Voluntary Bias
    8. World Tobacco day – 30 May OR 31 May, whichever was given in options (Ref: Internet)
    9. Height–100. Name on index – ?Broca’s Index
    10. Wet Kata thermometer – ? I don’t remember the options
    11. AASHA serves – 1,000 population
    12. True for incidence rate – Nor related to duration of disease
    13. Denominator of General Fertility Rate – Females in reproductive age group
    14. Strength of Sewage – Biochemical Oxygen Demand
    15. 4th phase in demography – Low Stationary
    16. Red cross was founded by – Henry Dunant
    17. Epidemiology of Scurvy – Lind
    18. ORS does not contain – Magnessium Chloride
    19. Specificity – True Negative
    20. Employer’s contribution in ESIS – 4.75%
    21. Minimum space for each worker – 500 sq feet
    22. Test for three different data – ANOVA
    23. Socrates Method – ? Internet mentions it as Dialectic. Its meaning in Oxford Dictionary is = “Art of investigating the truth by discussion & logical argument.†This MCQ was asked in DNB -CET-Jun 2008. But in that MCQ, dialectic was provided among the options.
    24. Minimum no of people for group discussion – 6
    25. Body Mass Index – wt in Kg / square of height in meter
    26. Strtified sampling method is used when data is – Heterogenous
    27. Change in disease occurrence of disease over a long period – Secular trend
    28. Critical path is – Longest time
    29. Epidemiology is – I don’t remember the options

    1. Management of newborn of HBs Ag positive mother – HBV immunoglobin + HBV Vaccine
    2. Most common cause of 1st day jaundice in newborn – Erythoblastosis foetalis
    3. Most common cause of diarroea in infants – Virus
    4. Most common cause of diarroea in children – E. coli
    5. Most common cause of constipation in children – Habitual (Other options were Hirschsprung’s disease)
    6. Most common cause of GI tract obstruction in children – ? (Options were Volvulus, Intussuception)
    7. Most common cause of upper GI bleed in children – ? (Options were NSAIDs, Varices, Acute gastritis)
    8. Most common age group for bronciolitis – <2 years
    9. Dose of Betamethasone for lung maturity – ?

    OBSTETRICS & Gynaecology
    1. External Transversion of foetus – ? Options were 34th week & 37th week. (Dutta, 5th Ed, Page 406 = Ideal time for ext version is 37th week. Page 426 = Ext version can be done in all cases beyond 32 weeks)
    2. Max Cardiac Output during pregnancy – 32nd week (Second Trimester)
    3. Management of active Herpes infection in pregnancy – LSCS
    4. Post-op dribbling of urine + able to pass urine voluntarily – Uretero-Vaginal Fistula
    5. Further course of action with H/O 42 weeks of pregnancy without labour pains/Foetal distress – Confirmation of Menstrual History (This is a repeat MCQ from either All India or AIIMS )
    6. Absolute indication of LSCS – Type IV placenta previa
    7. IUGR on Doppler is indicated by – ?Reversal of blood flow ?All of Above
    8. Third degree utero-vaginal prolapse in woman who wants to have a child in future – Shirodkar’s Modified Sling Operation
    9. Maximum level of HCG during pregnancy – ? (Highest level in 2nd Trimester)
    10. Lower uterine segment is formed by – Body of uterus
    11. Hormone increased in females after menopause – FSH
    12. Galactorroea does not occur in – ?PCOD
    13. True for PAP smear – Hormonal changes in cervix
    14. Wharthin’s jelly of umbilical cord is derived from – mesoderm
    15. Most common cause of prolapsed placenta – ?Transverse Lie ?All of above
    16. Detection of Foetal Heart activity by transvaginal USG – 5th to 6th week
    17. Krukenberg’s tumour seen in – ovary
    18. Drug for asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnancy - ?Ampicillin ?Nitrofurantoin. Both have been mentioned in Dutta.
    19. Heart disease with worst prognosis in Pregnancy – ?Aortic Stenosis ? Pulmonary Hypertension
    20. Ovulation – LH Surge
    21. Diagnosis of Biseptate uterus – Hysteroscopy
    22. Rx of Ruptured ectopic pregnancy - First Resuscitation followed by immediate surgery
    23. Most common cause of first trimester abortion – Trisomy 21
    24. Last to occur during female puberty - Menarche
    25. Diagnosis of Down’s on USG – ?Increased Nuchal thickness ?All of above
    26. Oligohydramnios is due to – All of above (Renal agenesis, Posterior urethral dysplasia, Small for Age foetus)
    27. Parameter not used to estimate foetal age – Somites
    28. Serum Fe levels are minimum in – Second Half of Pregnancy
    29. Spielberg’s Criteria used in – Ectopic Pregnancy

    1. Bilateral parotid enlargement is seen in - ?Sjogren’s Syndrome ?All of the above
    2. Rx of Pleomorphic adenoma of Parotid – Superficial parotidectomy
    3. Frie’s Syndrome occurs after – Excision of parotid glnad
    4. 90 % Carcinoma of bladder – Transitional Cell Carcinoma
    5. False about Lobular Ca Breast – Poor Prognosis
    6. Pain at the tip of shoulder is not due to – ? (Options were Oesophagitis / Gastritis / Cholecystitis / Appendicitis)
    7. Most common cause of entero-cutaneous fistula – Post-operative
    8. Dercrum’s disease – Tender depositions of fat nodules in skin
    9. Durk’s A stage of Rectal Ca is managed by –
    10. Treatment of congenital Hydrocoele –
    11. First to recover from post-op ileus –
    12. Peud de Orange appearance – Obstruction of lymphatics of skin
    13. Management of lymph nodes after surgery for testicular teratoma – Chemotherapy
    14. Type of orchidectomy in Ca prostate – Subcapsular
    15. True for haemorrides – Internal piles bleed profusely & do not pain
    16. Bleeding of postero-superior part of pyloric antrum – ?
    17. Apple jelly granulation tissue –
    18. Curling ulcer – Burns
    19. Increased chances of Ca breast –
    20. Rx of Flail Chest – IPPV
    21. Transluscent swelling in neck – Cystic Hygroma
    22. medicine ’s Peculiar tumour – Sebaceous cyst (Das Surgery, 3rd Ed, Page 81)

    1. Not an indication of urgent surgery in Bacterial Endocarditits – Native valve endocarditis
    2. Increased Renin is not seen in –
    3. AD transmission is seen in – Familial Hyper-cholesterolemia
    4. Hypercalcemia is not seen in – ?CRF
    5. Non-osmotic stimulation of ADH secretion – ?Uremia
    6. Basal exudates on CT Scan – ?Tuberculosis
    7. Respiratory emergency – Epiglotitis (& not Croup. Ref: Harrisons)
    8. Migratory arthritis –
    9. Mastel’s sign –
    10. Dietary fibres decrease serum cholesterol by – I don’t remember the options
    11. Acromegaly is not seen in – I don’t remember the options
    12. Tibial Myxoedema is seen in – Thyrotoxicosis. Pretibial myxoedema is characteristic of thyrotoxicosis & not myxoedema. (Harison’s 15th Ed, Page- 2071)
    13. Mimics space occupying lesion in brain – Cerebral Abscess According to Harrison’s 15th Ed, Page- 2468, cerebral abscess, although an inflammatory process, presents as space occupying lesion with increase ICT. Cavernous sinus thrombosis does not present as space occupying lesion.
    14. Kaplan’s Syndrome – Related with Rhumatoid arthritis
    15. Not a feature of cerebellar disease – tremours at rest (Other options were, Past pointing / Involuntary movements / Pendular knee jerk. In cerebellar disease, the tremours are intentional & not at rest.)
    16. Thrombolytic therapy after AMI –?6hrs. Options were 4hrs & 6hrs. According to Harrioson’s thrombolytic therapy is useful within 3 to 6 hrs. According to Davidson, it is within 12 hrs.
    17. Not a part of metabolic syndrome - High HDL (Ganong, 21st Ed, Page 351)
    18. Not true of Smoking - Increase capacity to carry Oxygen (There is increase in RBCs & Hb to compensate the decreased capacity of oxygen carriage)
    19. Characteristic finding in Hypothyroidism – ?
    20. Hypocalcemia is present in –
    21. Location of obstruction causing wheezing – Small Airways (Ref: Physical Diagnosis by Golwalla, 9th Ed, Page- 385)
    22. Most common cause of Acute Tubular Necrosis – ? (Options were, Snake Bite / Diuretics / Hypovolumia)
    23. Schirmer’s – ?
    24. Uncompensated metabolic alkalosis – Increased PH, Increased HCO3, Normal CO2
    25. Most common cause of hypertension – Essential
    26. Not a feature of Foramen Magna Syndrome – ?
    27. Orthostatic protienuria – Benign condition (Harrison’s 15th Ed, Page- 1589)
    28. Most common cause of sudden death in MI – Ventricular fibrillation
    29. Rx of Subdural empyema – Immediate drainage & IV Antibiotics (Harrison’s 15th Ed, Page- 894)
    30. Heart Failure cells are seen in – Lung
    31. Manganese Deficiency is associated with –

    1. Epiphyseal bone tumour – Chondroblastoma
    2. Disc prolapse at L4-L5 level compresses nerve root – L5 (Maheshwari, 3rd Ed, Page- 229)
    3. Which metastasis are contained within the bone - ?Postate
    4. Pain in hip + limp after prolonged high doses of steroids for Bronchial asthma – Osteoporosis of Femur Head
    5. Not involved in carpel tunnel syndrome – Ulnar Nerve
    6. Tardy ulnar palsy - # of lateral condyle
    7. Hill Sach’s lesion – Dislocation of shoulder
    8. Bony ankylosis – Septic arthritis
    9. Punched out lesions in skull bones – Multiple Myeloma
    10. Historically Thomas Splint was used in – ?Knee joint

    1. Diagnosis of Renal vein & IVC thrombosis – ?Colour Doppler
    2. Not used in Radiotherapy – ?Linear accelerator
    3. Not mutagenic – USG
    4. Most sensitive to radiation – Bone Marrow
    5. Brain can tolerate radiation – 6000 (Harrison’s 15th Ed, Page- 2588)
    6. X Ray of closed pneomothorax – With full expiration

    1. Salt & Pepper appearance of skin in –
    2. Darrier’s sign – Urticaria pigmentosa
    3. Wavelenth of UV B – 280 +/- 2 mm
    4. Circinate balanitis is caused by – ? (It is seen in reactive arthritis. If it was among options then it is the answer. If it was not provided among options, then Psoriasis is the answer because it can be seen in psoriasis as well. Harrison’s 15th Ed, Page-1954)
    5. Characteristic of Angioedema – Oedema of subcutaneous tissue
    6. Erythroderma does not occur in - ?Leprosy
    7. Most common cause of allergy in ear rings – Nickel

    1. Height of intradural spinal Anaesthesia does not depend on – CSF Circulation (Ref: ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- A.150)
    2. Psuedocholinesterase degrades – Mivacuroneum
    3. Not true for thiopental – ?Reduces cardiac load
    4. Not true for thiopental – ? (One option was, It causes laryngospasm. It is true for thiopental & not the answer)

    1. Not a feature of Panic Attack – Anticipatory anxiety (Panic attack is differentiated by sudden onset of symptoms of sever anxiety (like out of the blue) & without apparent precipitating factor, lasting for few minutes. Ref: ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- P.127. However Harrison’s 15th Ed, Page 2543 mentions = “In some individuals, anticipatory anxiety develops over time & results in a generalized fear and a progressive avoidance of places or situations in which a panic attack might occur)
    2. Example of Dissociative personality – Multiple personalities (ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- P.150)
    3. Rx of Resistant Schizophrenia – Clozapine (Ref: ACROSS By Saumya Shukla, First Volume, 3rd Ed, Page- P.183. Although Olanzepine also has the same actions, all books of Psychiatry & Pharmacology mention clozapine as the DOC for resistant Schizophrenia. Even Harrison’s also mentions the same)
    4. Not true about Hallucinations – Patient is aware of the falsehood
    5. Maintenance dose of anti-depressant –? (Options were, Same dose required for remission of acute attack / Half the dose / Three-Fourth dose )
  3. neel.

    neel. Guest

    1. Mother with HIV delivers a baby. She should
    1. Not breast feed at all.
    2. Exclusively Breast feed till 4th month.
    3. Breast feed till second year.

    2. True about drug action
    1. Food delays absorption.
    2. all drugs have adverse effects.
    3. all drugs act thru receptors.
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    physiological jaundice first appears between 24 and 72 hrs after birth.

    Causes of jaundice
    Hyperbilirubinemia in the first week of life is usually of the indirect variety. Causes are usually classified based on the time of onset of jaundice. While referring a baby with jaundice make sure that either the mother is referred or mother's blood sample is sent.

    1. Appearing within 24 hours of age
    Hemolytic disease of newborn: Rh, ABO and minor group incompatibility
    Infections: intrauterine viral, bacterial; malaria
    G-6PD deficiency

    2. Appearing between 24-72 hours of life
    Sepsis neonatorum
    Concealed hemorrhages: cephalhematoma, subarachnoid bleed, IVH.
    Increased enterohepatic circulation

    3. Appearing after 72 hours
    Sepsis neonatorum'
    Neonatal hepatitis
    Extra hepatic biliary atresia
    Breast milk jaundice
    Metabolic disorders
  5. rodison.

    rodison. Guest

    Drugs supplied by NACO for the prevention of mother child transmission is/are:
    1. Nevirapine
    2. Zidovudine
    3. Nevi and Zido
    4. Zido and lamivudine
    5. Nevi and lami
  6. dr.harsha

    dr.harsha Guest

    im doing my internship, it will b done by may 2010..
    when am i elgible to write dnb cet? is the cet conducted only once a year in june???
    please reply..

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