FMGE MARCH 2009

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    Anatomy

    1) Nerve supply to hypothenar muscles - ulnar, median, radial, musculocutaneous

    2) The ligament which transfers weight of arm to the trunk - costoclavicular, coracoclavicular, acromioclavicular,

    3) Not present at the level of pylorus - L1 vertebra, right suprarenal gland, tip of ninth cartilage, fundus of gallbladder

    4) True about ureter - crosses behind bifurcation of common iliac artery, pelvic part is 20cm, uterine artery crosses in front, lined by cuboidal epithelium

    5) The nerve that is not injured during surgery of submandibular region - hypoglossal, facial, lingual, glossopharyngeal

    6) Parotid duct opens opposite to - upper 1st molar, upper 2nd molar, upper 2nd premolar, upper 1st premolar

    7) Common location of cirsoid aneurysm - external carotid, internal carotid, superficial temporal, occipital

    8 ) Cross section of superior colliculus at the level of brain stem shows - Red nucleus, Rednucleus and Abducent nerve, Red nucleus and optic nerve

    9) Function of superior oblique - a)intortion, adduction &depression b)intortion, abduction and elevation c) intortion, abduction and depression d) extortion, abduction and depression

    10) Nerve commonly involved in Gullain Barre syndrome - facial, optic, oculomotor, trochlear

    11) Safety muscle of tongue - styloglossus, genioglossus, palatoglossus

    12) Nerve supply to angle of mandible - mandibular, facial, hypoglossal

    13) Spinal part of accesory nerve supplies - sternocleidomastoid, deltoid,

    14) Primary auditory area - inferior temporal gyrus, supratemporal plane of superior temporal gyrus

    15) A lesion involving right upper motor neuron of facial nerve causes paralysis of - right lower facial muscles, left lower facial muscles, all facial muscles on right side

    16) Optic nerve is - 1st order neuron, 2nd order neuron

    17) SA node is supplied by - left anterior descending coronary artery, right coronary artery,

    18 ) Muscle that is most commonly used for grafting - sartorius, gracilis, plantaris,

    19) Urinary bladder trigone develops from - mesoderm, endoderm of urachus, ectoderm,

    20) Which of the following doesn’t drain into coronary sinus – great cardiac vein, small cardiac vein, middle cardiac vein, anterior cardiac vein

    21) Something related to fossa ovalis – septum primum, crescentic SA fold, septum secundum


    Physiology


    22) Heat stimulated sweating is mediated by - parasympathetic stimulation, cholinergic mediated sympathetic activity

    23) Hagemann factor is involved in - extrinsic pathway, intrinsic pathway, fibrinolysis, none

    24) When aPTT is prolonged factor not affected is - XII, XI, VII,I X

    25) Strongest effect on vagal inhibition is seen in - stomach, intestine

    26) Plasma makes - 5% of BW, 10% of BW, 15% of BW, 20% of BW

    27) When light falls on retinal pigment epithelium - depolarisation occurs, repolarisation occurs, spike potential is generated

    28 ) Maximum number of sodium channels per square inch is present in - dendrites, axonal body, schwann cells, myelin sheath

    29) The cilia present in the inner ear moves - when perilymph moves, when moving person suddenly stops, when head is rotated

    30) Erythropoietin is secreted by - extraglomerular mesangial cells, interstitial cells of kidney, macula densa, renal tubular epithelial cells

    31) Maximum absorption of Na, K, Cl in proximal convoluted tubule occurs due to the effect of - angiotensin II, aldosterone

    32) Role of cholesterol in cell wall - fluidity, hydrophobicity, thickness

    33) Major contribution to plasma osmalality - Na, K, Cl, Mg

    34) Mean Arterial Pressure is - arithmetic mean of sysolic and diastolic pressures, diastolic + 1/3rd of systolic, diastolic +1/3(SP-DP)

    35) Which of the following is true - vital capacity increases in elderly, functional residual capacity accounts for 75% of total lung capacity

    36) True about Iron absorption is – decreases following gastrojejunostomy, absorbed in distal ileum, decreases following jejunoileal resection



    Biochemistry

    37) Glutathione is - dipeptide, oligopeptide, tripeptide, polypeptide

    38 ) To check clotting factors what is added to blood - EDTA, tricitrate, oxalate

    39) Sodium fluoride added to blood inhibits - enolase, hexokinase

    40) Decreased cyanocobalamin absorption not seen in - autoimmune gastritis, pernicious anemia, increased growth of intestinal bacteria, chronic pancraeatitis

    41) Rate of absorption of iron regulated by - mucosal stores of iron, route of administration, preparation

    42) Fatty acids are transported by - transthyretin, pre-albumin, albumin, ceruloplasmin

    43) Western Blotting is done for identifying - DNA, RNA, Protein,

    44) Prostaglandins are derived from – corticosteroids, arachidonic acid,

    45) Structure of DNA is maintained by - alfa helix, beta pleated, Z finger, triple helix

    46) Ketone bodies synthesised by - muscle, liver, kidney, brain

    47) Insulin is required for glucose transport in - RBC, adipose tissue, muscles, intestine

    48 ) Carbomoyl phosphate synthetase is - cytosolic enzyme, mitochondrial enzyme, lysosolic enzyme, all of the above

    49) Reducing agent used in lipogenesis is derived from - Pentose phosphate pathway, TCA cycle, Glycolysis, Gluconeogenesis

    50) The L or D form of a compound is determined by its relation to - glucose, fructose, glycogen, aldehyde


    Microbiology

    51) Peptidoglycans are found in large quantities in cell wall of - gram +ve bacteria, gram-vebacteria, fungi, virus

    52) Bile stained eggs are found in - E.histolytica, Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris trichura, Ankylostoma duodenale

    53) Sabin Fieldmann test is used to diagnose - Toxoplasma, Giardia lamblia

    54) Most common cause of chronic meningitis - cryptococcus neoformans, histoplasma, blastomyces

    55) Anaemia is caused by - Ascaris lumbricoides, Ankylostoma duodenale, Taenia saginata

    56) Chinese letter arrangement is seen in - Corynebnacterium diphtheria, M.tuberculosis, M.leprae, Chlamydia trachomatis

    57) Carriers for Herpes simplex is - Monkey, Man, both, none

    58 ) When a virus enters human body, it is first encountered by – B lymphocyte, T lymphocyte, natural killer cells, cytotoxic T cells

    Pathology

    59) Ulcer transforms into carcinoma in - stomach, duodenum,

    60) H.pylori causes - MALToma,

    61) Starry sky pattern not seen in - Burkitts lymphoma, Non-Burkitts lymphoma, Lymphoplastic lymphoma

    62) Not a precancerous condition - leukoplakia, erythroplakia, chronic hyperplastic candidiasis, lichen planus

    63) Single best prognostic factor in Papillary carcinoma of thyroid - grading, metastasis, stage, age of patient

    64) The organ that is first involved in acute transplant rejection – liver, kidney, skin, heart

    65) Following circulatory shock which of the following occurs - acute paillary necrosis, acute tubular necrosis

    66) Most common cause of hyperaldosteronism is - adrenal adenoma, adrenal hyperplasia, adrenal carcinoma

    67) Amyloid deposits are seen in - space of disse, intrahepatic, portal tract

    68 ) Tabes intestinalis is found in - tuberculosis, mesenteric cyst, syphilis,

    69) Call exner bodies are seen in - yolk sac tumour, granulosa cell tumour, theca cell tumour

    70) Lymph node of an AIDS patient shows - aggregation of antibodies,

    71) Malignant transformation is common in – intradermal nevus, junctional nevus, blue nevus,

    Pharmacology

    72) Asthmatic paient with hypertension treatment - propanolol, metaprolol, timolol

    73) Antiepileptic drug causing hyperkinesia in children - sodium valproate, phenytoin, carbamazepine

    74) Not an antiretroviral drug - nevirapine, ganciclovir

    75) Drug causing toxic optic retinopathy - pyrazinamide, chloroquine, ethambutol

    76) Drug used orally for treating scabies - levamisole, ivermectin, chloroquine

    77) Drug acting on cell wall of gram positive bacteria - gentamycin, ciprofloxacin, tetracycline, vancomycin

    78 ) Patient on antitubercular treatment shows tuberculin (+)ve after 3months of treatment
    next step would be - a) continue treatment, b) switch to category 2 treatment,

    79) Ergot derivatives are used in all except - uterine contraction, vasoconstrictive disorders, migraine

    80) Which of the following is true regarding 5-HT derivatives - cyproheptadine is 5-HT2A antagonist,

    81) Which of the following is true regarding 5-HT derivatives - sumatriptan is 5-HT 1B/1D receptor mediated,

    82) Dihydrofolate reductase inhibitor - alcohol, methotrexate

    83) Drugs used in the treatment of Hodgkin's lymphoma - i) adriamycin, vincristine, dacramycin, bleomycin ii) adriamycin, vinblastin, dacramycin, bleomycin iii) adramycin, vinblastin, dacramycin, blyocin

    84) Dosage of Dopamine in shock - 1mg/kg, 2mg/kg, 1microgram/kg, 2microgram/kg

    85) Following bee-sting a boy develops angioedema and dyspnea, treatment of choice - s.c.adrenaline, i.v.adrenaline, i.v.corticosteroid, antihistamine

    86) Role of corticosteroids in asthma - causes bronchodilation, decreases mucosal oedema by suppressing inflammatory response, mast cell stabilization

    87) Leukotriene antagonists are very useful in - exercise induced asthma, occupational asthma, atopic asthma, acute asthmatic attack

    88 ) Drug causing thrombocytopenia - aspirin, ticlopidine

    89) Which of the following drug inhibits plasminogen without causing bleeding – streptokinase, alteplase, tranexamic acid, EACA

    90) A pregnant lady is suffering from peptic ulcer.drug that is contraindicated is - omeprazole, ranitidine, misoprostol, famotidine

    91) Neuroleptic malignant syndrome is caused by – antipsychotics

    92) Drug of choice in hypertensive emergency in a pregnant lady – sodium nitroprusside, hydralazine, ACE inhibitors, diuretics

    ENT

    93) Horner's syndrome is caused by - facial injury, nasopharyngeal carcinoma with metastasis

    94) Rhinne's test most useful at - 10dB, 15dB, 20dB, 25dB,

    95) Cauliflower ear seen in - hematoma, carcinoma, fungal infection

    96) Young's operation done in - atrophic rhinitis, vasomotor rhinitis, antrachonal polyp, allergic rhinitis

    97) Abductors of vocal cord - lateral arytenoid, posterior arytenoid, cricothyroid,

    98 ) Most common cause of deafness in children less than 12yrs - CSOM, otosclerosis


    Ophthalmology

    99) Synchysis means- vitreous hemorrhage, vitreous detachment, liquefaction of vitreous,

    100) Blue Sclera is not associated with - Marfan's syndrome, Buphthalmos, high myopia, exophthalmos

    101) Most common tumor of conjuctiva - basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, malignant melanoma

    102) Most common cause of delayed healing in corneal ulcer - concretions, inappropriate treatment, malnutrition

    103) Photoretinitis is caused by - Ultraviolet rays, infrared rays

    104) Treatment for dendritic ulcer - acyclovir, bandaging

    105) Treatment for perforated corneal ulcer - contact lens, conjuctival flap grafting, tissue adhesive glue

    106) Streaked vessels are seen in - papillitis, papilledema,

    107) Not seen in papilledema - swelling of optic disc, macular fanning, tortuous veins,

    108) Lisch nodules are seen in - retinoblastoma, neuroblastoma, neurofibromatosis

    109) Bitemporal hemianopia seen in lesion of - optic tract, optic nerve, optic chiasma

    110) Most severe form of congenital cataract - unilateral cataract, bilateral cataract, zonular cataract

    111) Early sign of recurrent herpes zoster - vesicles on eyelids, punctate keratitis,f ollicular keratitis, dendritic ulcer

    112) Laser used in LASIK surgery - krypton, excimer, argon

    113) Chorioretinitis is caused by - Toxoplasma, cryptococcosis

    114) Diabetic cataract is due to accumulation of - sorbitol, mannitol, glucose, fructose

    115) Most common eye Pathology in Toxoplasmosis - cataract,uveitis, chorioretinitis, corneal ulcer




    Forensic Medicine

    116) Fracture of hyoid bone common in - hanging, strangulation, throttling, choking

    117) "Coup de Soleil" means - heat stroke, heat burn, heat cramps

    118) In death due to air embolism, the emboli can be located at – abdominal aorta, inferior venacava, right ventricle, circle of Willis

    119) Not used for treating acute iron poisoning - Desferrioxamine, BAL

    120) Cause of death in drowning - laryngospasm, vagal hyperactivity, pulmonary edema

    121) Patient presented with blue line in gums, basophilic stippling. poisoning is due to - inorganic lead, organic lead, arsenic

    122) Antidote for copper poisoning is – Desferrioxamine, BAL,

    PSM

    123) Mumps doesn't cause - encephalitis, hepatitis, orchitis, oophoritis

    124) When milk is taken before meal which of the following element's absorption is decreased - iron, calcium, phosphorus

    125) Sentinel surveilance is used to detect - missed cases, new cases,

    126) Vitamin not present in breast milk - A, D, B, K

    127) Child-Women ratio is the number of child per - 1000 women, 1000 married women, 1000 women in reproductive age, 1000 married women in reproductive age

    128) The number of girls a women would bear if she passes through her reproductive age with the same fertility rate gives - net reproductive rate, gross reproductive rate, total fertility rate,fertility rate

    129) Which of the following is true regarding vaccination of a newborn with HIV - regular vaccination, only killed vaccines, both live and killed vaccines, no vaccination

    130) Which of the following is advocated to a HIV +ve pregnant mother during delivery - nevirapine to both mother and newborn, zidovudine to both mother and newborn, zidovudine to both mother and newborn, nevirapine and zidovudine to both mother and newborn

    131) 1st symptom of vitamin A deficiency - bitot's spots, night blindness, conjuctival xerosis, corneal ulcer

    132) Infective period of chickenpox is - 1 day before and 4 days after rash, 4 days before and 1 day after rash, only when scab falls, entire incubation period

    133) WHO's classification of deafness of range 56-70dB - mild, moderate, moderately severe, severe

    134) Denominator while calculating secondary attack rate following a person with a primary disease is - people in his home, people in his family, all contacts of the person,

    135) India is in which part of demographic scale? - early expanding stage, late expanding stage, stationary, early declining

    136) Used in ante-mortem diagnosis of rabies - negri bodies in saliva, negri bodies in corneal scrapping, immunofluorescence of corneal impressions, antirabies antibodies in blood

    137) Not a part of management in grade 3 dog bite infected with rabies - wash with soap and water, administration of antirabies serum and vaccination, stitch the wound with antibiotic coverage, vaccination

    138) A person developed vomitting 6 hrs after consuming milk. organism responsible for this is - Bacillus cereus, Staphylococcus, Salmonella typhi

    139) Human Development Index includes all except – literacy, IMR, income,

    140) Sullivan’s index is used to measure – number of years lived without disability, IMR,

    141) Which of the following regarding Clostridium is true - Clostridium botulinum infects open wound, Clostridium perfringes infects wound contaminated with soil, Clostridium perfringes causes food poisoning

    142) Standard deviation is defined as - arithmetic mean, deviation of a value on both sides of the normal value,

    143) 72, 75, 79, 72, 78, 82, 72, 70, 83, 72. out of the given values mode is - 79, 72, 75, 80

    144) Which of the following can be reduced by double blinding - recall bias, interviewer's bias, selection bias, berkesonian bias



    Medicine

    145) Common cause of subarachnoid hemorrhage - hypertension, aneurysm, rupture of bridging veins

    146) Investigation of choice of subarachnoid hemorhage - lumbar puncture, CT, angiography

    147) Most useful investigation of choice in pulmonary embolism - conventional angiography, CT angiography, MRI angiography, Ventilation perfusion mismatch

    148) Investigation of choice for diagnosing lung sequestration - CTangiography, angiography, X-ray PA view

    149) Increased plasma concentration of calcium is seeen in - rickets, osteomalacia, hyperparathyroidism

    150) Alkaline phosphatase is elevated in all except - biliary cirrhosis, pregnancy, myocardial infarction,

    151) Weight gain is seen in all except - insulinoma, diabetes mellitus, phaeochromocytoma

    152) Not seen in cushing's syndrome - hypoglycemia,

    153) Not seen in acromegaly – muscle hypertrophy, diabetes mellitus, enlarged sinus, increased heel pad thickness

    154) Not true about congenital hypothyroidism - seen in 1:4000 live births, females more often affected than males, no signs at birth, occurs due to antibodies against thyroid peroxisomes

    155) Preobesity is defined as BMI of - 18.5-25, 25-30, 35-40, 40-45

    156) A lady presented with dyspnea and palpitations. on examination there was a non ejection click,next investigation is - angiography, echocardiography

    157) Hypercalcemia is seen in - calcitonin hypersecretion, hyperparathyroidism,

    158) Bone age corresponds to chronological age in - familial short stature, rickets, osteomalacia

    159) An young man brought to casualty with history of hematemesis, mild splenomegaly on examination. cause of bleeding is - tumour, gastritis, oesophageal varices

    160) Gum hyperplasia is seen in - AML, ALL, CML, CLL,

    161) Most common cause of hyperparathyroidism - adenoma, hyperplasia, carcinoma

    162) Renal artery stenosis is not seen in - atherosclerosis, polyarteritis nodosa, takayasu arteritis, marfan's syndrome

    163) Most common joint involved in osteoarthritis in India - shoulder, hip, knee, ankle

    164) Part of knee most commonly involved in osteoarthritis - medial, lateral, medial and lateral

    165) Normal anionic gap is seen in - diarrhea, ketoacidosis, lactic acidosis,

    166) Positive End Expiratory Pressure is useful in - COPD, ARDS, Aspirational pneumonia,

    167) Pulsus alternans is seen in – constrictive pericarditis, LVF, RVF, pericardial effusion

    168) Most common cause of death in a patient with chronic renal failure on dailysis - infection, respiratory failure, uraemia,

    169) Argyll-Robertson pupil is seen in - Neurosyphilis,

    170) CSF in Tb meningitis - i) increased glucose, decreased proteins, decreased lymphocytes ii)increased glucose, increased proteins, increased lymphocytes iii)decreased glucose, increased proteins, increased lymphocytes iv) decreased glucose, increased proteins, decreased lymphocytes

    171) Not seen in hyponatremia - delusion, vomitting, anorexia, nausea

    172) Sign seen in water intoxication -

    173) Lung cavitation seen in - squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, asbestosis, silicosis

    174) Most common occupational malignancy - skin, lung, bladder, breast

    175) Regarding Austin-Flint murmur,false is - functional murmur, systolic murmur, aortic regurgitation,

    176) Which of the following plays an important role in the treatment of Diabetic Ketoacidosis – bicarbonate, potassium, normal saline, insulin


    Surgery

    177) Which of the following causes orchitis without epidydimitis - TB, Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia trachomatis, Mumps

    178) Drainage of venous blood from testes following varicocelectomy is through - pampiniform plexus, cremasteric vein, iliac vein, internal pudendal vein

    179) Cause of dysphagia which is decreased for solids and increased for liquids - achalasia cardia, carcinoma of esophagus,

    180) Carcinoma of tongue is most common in - lateral border, dorsum,

    181) Not a contraindication for doing percutaneous liver biopsy - INR 1.5, hemangioma, biliary obstruction, portal hypertension

    182) Cause of hematemesis in a patient with mild splenomegaly - Esophageal varices, gastritis,

    183) Not a part of charcot's triad - intermittent pain, intermittent vomitting, intermittent fever, intermittent jaundice

    184) Pentad of pain, fever, jaundice, confusion, shock seen in - cholecystitis, hepatitis, pancreatitis

    185) Most common type of gallstone - combined, mixed, pigment, cholesterol

    186) Not a complication of prostatic surgery in an elderly man - urinary retention, constipation, rupture of urethra, ejaculatory failure

    187) Following urethral rupture immediate procedure to be done - rail tracking, suprapubic cystostomy, urinary catheterisation

    188) Part of urethra most commonly injured following instrumentation - bulbous, prostatic, membranous

    189) Not seen in 3rd degree burn - no vesicles, red colour, painful, loss of skin appendages

    190) Cryoprecipitate contains - factor V, factor VIII, factor IX, factor II

    191) Most common testicular tumour in 4th decade - seminoma, dermoid, teratoma,

    192) Treatment for appendicular abscess - intraperitoneal drainage, extraperitoneal drainage, emergency appendicectomy, observation

    193) Hypochloremic alkalosis seen in - achalasia cardia, congenital hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, diarrhea

    194) Most common congenital anomaly of face is - cleft lip alone, cleft lip and cleft palate, cleft palate

    195) Positive Pressure Ventilation is useful in - pneumothorax, flail chest, hemothorax, hemopneumothorax

    196) Which of the following plays a major role for the development of symptoms in dumping syndrome - hypoglycemia, glucagon, CCK,

    197) According to "rule of 9's" burns involving perinium are - 01%, 27%, 18%, 9%

    198) Erythroplasia of queyrat occurs in - glans penis, shaft of penis, base of penis, scrotum



    Obstetrics

    199) Pearl index is used to calculate - abortions, accidental pregnancies, fertility rate

    200) Ultrasound in done in 1st trimester for all except - to estimate gestational age, to know the position of the placenta

    201) Prolonged 1st stage of labour is not due to - CPD, weak uterine contractions, rigid perineum,

    202) Most common form of multiple pregnancy - monochorionic monoamniotic, monochorionic diamniotic, dichorionic diamniotic, dichorionic monoamniotic

    203) Largest fetal head diameter - occipitofrontal, submentovertical, mentovertical, subocccipitobregmatic

    204) The distance from the upper end of sacrum to lower border of pubis corresponds to - obstetric conjugate, diagonal conjugate, true conjugate, transverse conjugate

    205) Contraindication for applying forceps - CPD, crowning of head, head station +1, maternal cardiac disease

    206) Not associated with twin pregnancy - atonic uterus, antepartum hemorrhage,

    207) Fetal adrenals release predominantly - cortisone, aldosterone, testosterone, oestrogen

    208) During pregnancy benign breast carcinoma undergoes - malignant change, red degeneration, fibrocalcinosis, metastasis

    209) Bishop's score doesn't include - cervical length, cervical consistency, station of head, position of head

    210) Contraindicated during labour - oxytocin, misoprostol, mifepristone,

    211) Which one of the following i strue - Mariceau-Smellie-Veit technique is used to deliver the head in breech presentation,


    Gynaecology

    212) 18yr old girl presented with primary amenorrhea, normal breast development, absent pubic and axillary hair - testicular feminizing syndrome, turner syndrome, mullerian agenesis, premature ovarian failure

    213) Not seen in anorexia nervosa - menorrhagia, weight loss,

    214) Organism which grows at a pH of 4.5 - trichomanas vaginalis, candidiasis, bacterial vaginosis, gonococcus

    215) A female presented with white discharge and pruritus. aetiological agent - trichomonas vaginalis, candida albicans, gardnerella, gonococci

    216) Not useful for diagnosis in a female of 55yrs presenting with postmenopausal bleeding - pap smear, endometrial biopsy, transvaginal USG, postcoital test


    Paediatrics

    217) Prelacteal feed given is - milk, water, honey, none

    218) A child of 3 yrs is able to - draw a circle, rides bicycle, writes sentences,


    Orthopaedics

    219) Inability to adduct the thumb due to injury to the nerve - median, ulnar, radial,

    220) Carpel tunnel syndrome due to - median nerve, ulnar nerve,

    221) Most commonly used muscle for grafting - plantaris, gracilis, sartorius, popliteus

    222) Waddling gait due to - congenital dysplasia of hip, valgus, CTEV, bilateral valgus, bilateral varus

    223) Spondylysis common in - intervertebral disc, anterior part, pars intervertebralis, annulus

    224) Tumour following radiation exposure - osteosarcoma, osteoblastoma, ewing's sarcoma

    225) "Bone inside Bone" seen in - osteomalacia, osteopetrosis, rickets

    226) Calaneo valgus occurs due to paralysis of - gastrosoleus, gastrosoleus and tibialis posterior,

    227) Most common bone involved in fracture of face - nasal, nasoethmoid, zygomatic, mandible

    228) Trendelenburg sign is +ve due to - gluteum maximus, gluteus medius, psoas major, adductor magnus

    Dermatology

    229) Nail deformity seen in lichen planus - pterygium, subungual keratosis, oncholysis, beau's lines

    230) Albinism - autosomal recessive, autosomal dominant, X-linked recessive, X-linked dominant

    231) Fungus which involves hair - microsporum, epidermophyton

    232) Kerion is - viral infection, fungal infection, bacterial infection, parasitic infection

    233) Nerve thickening with nodules on skin is present in which stage of leprosy - borderline lepromatous, tuberculoid, intermediate, borderline tubeculoid

    234) Multiple lesions are present in - borderline lepromatous, borderline, borderline tubeculoid, tuberculoid


    Radiology

    235) Iodine 121 preferred than Iodine 131 because - emits beta rays, emits beta and gamma rays, longer half life

    236) Harmful ray is - alpha, gamma, neutron, electron

    237) Most radiosensitive cell is - neutrophil, lymphocyte, megakaryocyte,

    238) Ultrasound finding seen in chronic renal disease - enlarged kidneys, shrunken kidney,

    239) Some technique done via – transfemoral route, transbrachial route, transradial route

    Anesthesiology

    240) Site for external cardiac massage - lower 1/3rd of sternum, junction of body and manubrium sterni, xiphoid process

    241) Most common complication following intubation - bleeding, malposition, sore throat

    242) Most common complication following bag ventilation by anesthesist - respiratory alkalosis,

    243) Regarding neuromuscular blockers which of the following is true - neostigmine reverses the effect of succinylcholine, atracurium is a depolarizing agent, something about pancuronium


    Psychiatry

    245) Most common type of schizophrenia - paranoid, simple, catatonic, disorganized

    246) The term psychoanalysis was coined by -

    247) Method of breaking bad news - burst, spread,spike

    248) Modern classification of Psychiatry was done by -

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