MCQ Perth 2006A

Discussion in 'Australian Medical Council (AMC) EXAM' started by lorkem, Mar 28, 2006.

  1. lorkem

    lorkem Guest

    Different from Sydney (according to Zara post)

    1. Agree - most Q different from recalls, however all repeat TOPIC covered in recalls - think it would be wise to go throught them befire exam
    2. most pictures from Anthology
    3. a few Q from hematology
    5. Mostly Murtag General Practice book has bee tested
    6. Test was hard bur if you read more than ONLY recall - it is possible to pass

    Anyway - posting as much as I can remember ... hope it will help.

    Good luck all!
    1. Symptoms of anterior shoulder dislocation, asking the neurological sign of nerve commonly involved in this type of injury:
    - sensory deficit at upper lateral arm

    2. Supracondylar fracture. What structure prone to damage. (Anthology pic. p 197)
    – brachial artery

    3. Anterior shoulder dislocation. Type of anesthesia?
    4. Several Q about Tanner stage development
    5. Bleeding gastric ulcer
    6. Test most important fro F/U in duodenal ulcer – breath urea test
    7. Premature telarche Q
    8. Clinical description of cervical abscess _ slight proteinuria and joint involvement following tonsillitis in kid. D/d
    9. Pre-menstrual syndrome
    10. Placebo – effect?
    11. Picture of mane with submandibular duct calculi – how to diagnosed? Anterior mouth floor palpation (Anthology p 282)
    12. Cleaner and overuse syndrome – occupational hazard
    13. Asbestosis – how Ds?
    14. Polycitemia Vera
    15. IUD with Levonorgestral – complication
    16. Management of urine incontinence
    17. Euthyriod T4 increase with TSH normal in female at peak of viral infection – management – check TFT in 1 month
    18. Scabies in 6 month old baby – where most likely the marks can be found?
    19. p 396 – Bowen disease
    20. Nose with asymmetric different color - Ds – melanoma
    21. P 412 – ds – Henoch-Schonlein purpura.
    22. Concomitant treatment Gonorrhea and Chlamydia. Again they asked antibiotics
    23. Bronchiolitis – classical Q, always in all recalls
    24. Pregnant lady at 3rd trimester with domestic violence and bruises on abdomen
    – what to do? – admit to CTG 24 hours monitoring and observation
    25. Q about 16 month pregnancy with past History of neural tube defect – management – triple test or amniocentesis?
    26.
    27. Anovulatory cycle – group is affected and LH/FSH changes
    28. Vulva leukoplakia in old female– Ds – multiple biopsy or excision?
    29. GTD – what is ovary involvement – bilatery theca cysts
    30. Pylorus stenosis – congenital and acquired. Symptoms and management
    31. Congenital Heard defect – d/d cyanotic and acyanotic. Infective endocarditis prophylaxis
    32. Tetanus prophylaxis
    33. A lot of Q regarding COPD; COPD + a/biotic; Asthma management ; Asthma and kids
    34. Posterior knee dislocation – popliteal artery at risk
    35. Trip to India + bloody diarrhea – DS?
    36. Uveitis – signs?
    37. Carcinoma breast – a few Q
    38. Metastasis to bone, brain
    39. 14 year male with painless testicular enlargement – DS?
    40. 40 year female with painful 2 cm firm breast lump – DS?
    41. Picture male with L varicele – sign of Left renal carcinoma
    42. A few Q about renal and bladder carcinoma – DS and management (how DS?)
    43. 2 Glasgow Coma Q – calculation
    44. Subdural hematomas
    45. Picture of cerebral carcinoma in old male – D/d
    46. Picture of L lower extrimites with venous insufficiency – what cause discoloration? Hemosiderin deposition (Anthology p 294)
    47. Location in venous insufficiency
    48. Few ECG – 2-3
    49. Pregnant female 1st trimester with CIN III – management – colposcopy; termination of pregnancy; cone biopsy or other invasive manipulation with cervix? I think – colposcopy.
    50. Pathological and physiological jaundice differencial
    51. Calcium stone long term prophylaxis? Thiazides
    52. Diabetic male can not dorsiflex and evert his foot? Nerve? – Common peroneal nerve
    53. 2 pictures with the same X-ray – lumbar region with osteoporosis and pathological fracture. 1 – asking the source of Mts.(prostate) 2 – management (biphosphonate).
    54. Horner syndrome and lung cancer
    55. Child and epilepsy
    56. Infectious mononucleosis and HIV – similarity and D/d
    57. Ig A nephropathy
    58. What to do in patient with premature ejaculation???? – condom or squeezing of what ever it is. I did not like any option
    59. What is not a sign of Prodrome of Schizophrenia – auditory hallucination
    60. OCP
    61. Myoplasma pneumonia X ray in 5 year child – management (a/biotic?). By the way it was a few Q regarding pneumonia, COPD and antibiotics
    62. Farmer with signs of restrictive lung disease – diagnosis?
    63. Q with burn – weight and % body affected calculation
    64. Mastery – most common dearth in burn injured child at 2nd week? Options: Septicemia or due to toxic product accumulation?
    65. Steroids and psychosis – Answer: increase risk of psych development
    66. SIADH
    67. Neck lump – 3 or 4. Congenital, infectious and malignant. Q with clinical description – what that and how diagnose?
    68. Bacterial vaginosis at 12 weeks in primigravida – shall we give her metronidasone now of wait with follow up or …?
    69. ERPCG – most common complication? Pancreatitis or bleeding?
    70. Most common cause of cholestatis in last trimester of pregnancy in Aussi?
    71. CTG – a couple of Q with different clinical situation including CTG signs
    72. Most worrisome CTG – late deceleration.
    73. Fragile X
    74. Groin hernia clinical case
    75. 6 month child and undescending testes – what to do? In 6 month surgery
    76. Common cause of small bowel obstruction with no history of operation - groin hernia
    77. Hepatitis B
    78. 40 year male with clinical signs of anemia and mixed microcytic and macrocytic anemia on Blood smear – diagnosis?
    79. Hip ostearthrosis – walking stick , what side preferred – contralateral or ipsilateral?
    80. Indication of thrombolysis – new LBBB
    81. Food poising Q
    82. TIA
    83. Picture p 55 Anthology – anal fistula. Answer: clinical sign - intermittent fecal incontinence.
    84. Painless hematoemesis – management
    85. Hemorrhoid – pain is not a feature of UNCOMPLICATED hemorrhoid
    86. Snake bite by tiger snake with no clinical feature – what to do? Pressure bandage and observation
    87. Ectopic pregnancy
    88. COPD and respiratory alkalosis (should make Ds via electrolytes analysis) – what to do?
    89. Massive blood transfusion – most common complication
    90. Q with patient 40 years old and FH of colon cancer in first degree relatives, screening
    91. Inducement – preventive medicine
    92. Pic. P. 108 – Paget disease (Anthology)
    93. Face burn - baby – what to do? Intubation
    94. Peripheral cyanosis in newborn born with no problem with good response on O2– the DS?
    95. Preeclampsia with seizures – what to give? Phenytoin , hydralazine, magnesium?
    96. What is not teratogenic – all was, except of prednisone
    97. Asthma and steroids – indication for commencement
    98. Granuloma formation – not in systemic Candida (other option – Crohn, sarcoidosis, lepra and TB)
    99. Constipation from birth – Hirschsprung disease
    100. Clue cell – Bacterial Vaginosis – management
    101. Right homonymus hemianopsia – where the lesion?
    102. Child and migraine. A – FH informative and important for Ds
    103. Child and cerebral tumor – clinical signs. Make Ds
    104. Achalasia – what make Ds? – inability of LES to relax
    105. Tension pneumothorax – management
    106. Tension pneumothorax – where insert the needle? 5th mid-axillary
    107. Recognise clinical signs of COA
    108. Thyroglossal cyst - D/d from other neck lump
    109. Surgical complication – early and late
    110. HIV suspicious young patient with Herpes Zoster at low ribs distribution – what is most important in Ds (HIV test)
    111. Treatment of cellulites
    112. SLE
    113. Parkinson tremor on treatment – developing tongue protrusion – management – a/cholinergic drug
    114. D/d between complication of psychotic treatment
    115. Immune deficiency Q
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Thant impressive recall work lorkem, i couldnt remeber more than 10 questions when i came out of the mcq exam..all the best
  3. faran

    faran Guest

    hi lorkum best of luck for ur exam.this book which u mentioned general practice by john murtajh .is it necessary for pass imean i havnt bought it yet . and nirubeen , is there any alternative of this book ..
    onething more lorkem do u want to sell this book i live in sydney .thhx take care bye faran
  4. faran

    faran Guest

    lorkem wat is ur email addrees i have few queries about exam thx
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    i wish someone would put this up as a sticky.. i nearly missed all these questions
  6. TD

    TD Guest

    thank you for your recall paper..
    it's too much.. more than a hundred just at the beginning of 2006...
    I would like to know that whether it is all within 2006 or not.
    thanks.
    TD
  7. lorkem

    lorkem Guest

    Hi!
    Too much for what? :D
    All Questions from this year - March 2006. My own recall. Good luck
  8. Cami

    Cami Guest

    PLS help me about AMC clinical?

    Respected friends ,
    Can any one tell me that we have to pick the clinical findings in patients like murmurs..or they just check oue technique?
    Thanks a lot
  9. lorkem

    lorkem Guest

    Hello everyone!
    I passed!!
    Good luck!
  10. vikas saxena

    vikas saxena Guest

    Congrats

    Congratulations to all on passing amc exam.
    please give us some tips. how to get books, time needed to prepare for the exam etc.i am in london,is it an disadvantage.

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