MFAEM part A true false questions from 2005 exam

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    MFAEM True False questions from my exam (2005)

    State whether the following statements are true or false

    1)Movements of the shoulder and upper limb

    a) M Subscapularis is responsible for internal rotation of the shoulder

    b) M Pectoralis major is responsible for shoulder flexion

    c) M Supraspinatus is responsible for initial shoulder abduction.

    d) M Teres minor is responsible for shoulder adduction.

    2)With proximal radial nerve damage

    a) M Triceps Brachi could be paralysed

    b) Wrist drop will occur

    c) Extensor policis longus and abductor policis longus will be paralysed

    d) Sensory loss over anterior and medial/ ulnar aspect of forearm will occur.

    3)The following infections are indicative of end stage HIV

    a) Cryptococcus

    b) Cryptosporidium

    c) Cytomegal virus keratitis

    d) Enterococcus enteritis

    4) The following drugs are safe in first trimester pregnancy

    a) Nitrous oxide for pre-hospital analgesia

    b) Phenitoin for status epilepticus

    c) Erythromycin for cellulitis

    d) Paracetamol for headache

    5) In a healthy person the following physiological changes take place when he stands up from a lying position.

    a) Heart rate increases

    b) BP falls

    c) Cardiac after load increases

    d) cardiac output remains unchanged

    6) In bone healing

    a) New bone material is laid down by osteoclasts

    b) Fracture remodelling is complete after 6 months

    c) Woven bone formation starts after six days

    d) Rigid fixation will increase the tempo of healing

    7)In a patient with ARDS

    a) CO2 increase will stimulate chemo receptors to increase respiratory rate

    b) decreased PaO2 will cause intracranial vasoconstriction

    c) High concentration O2 should not be given especially if CO2 is higher than 40mmHg

    d) Increased Pao2 will cause peripheral vasodilatation.

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