Recalls from 14th Jan-2007 all india exam -post here.

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  1. good luck to all senior collegueas appearing on 14th Jan-2007 for all india pre pg , pl. post ur experience& recall here for benifit of ur juniors with best wishes ,Dr.Vijay from mumbai.( due for 2008 all india pre pg ex cmpilation of all questions

    ALL INDIA PRE PG EXAM 14.01. 2007 QUESTION PAPER

    1.Nuchal transluency...seen in
    downs syndrme

    2. first to be seen in development of child
    creeping
    crawling
    pincer grip

    3. all pass behind aorta except
    azygous vein
    aorta
    greater splanchnic nerve
    thoracic duct
    4.
    ca prostate in a person with family history of ca prostate is best detected by

    1 digital rectal exam
    2 p s a
    3 both of the above
    4.******

    5.
    lung disease with max reduction in rv and tlc
    1. sarcoid
    2. bronchiectasis
    3. asthma

    6.brown sign ANS glomus tumor

    7.pentalogy of fallot....TBM csf findings....rhinophyma

    8.the following r associated with AML except:

    turner's syndrome
    down's syndrome
    patau
    klienfelter syndrome

    9.Meralgia paresthetica
    a. Lat cut n of thigh
    b. Med cut n of thigh
    c. Genitofemoral n
    d.
    ans A

    10) Pituryriasis rosea is a
    a. chronic replapsing disease
    b. it is an auto immune disease
    c. caused by dermato phyte
    d. self resolving
    ans D

    11.delusion is a disorder of
    a. thought
    b. perception
    c. insight
    d. cognition
    ans D
    12.the drug of choice for obsessive compulsive disorder?
    a. olanzepin
    b. fluoxetin
    c. haloperidol
    d. thioridazine
    13.
    Supination and pronation are done at all joints except
    a. Superior radioulnar joint
    b. Inferior radioulnar
    c. Middle RUlnar joints
    d. Radio carpal joint
    ans radio carpal joint
    14. Typical cervical vertebra can be differentiated from thoracic vertebra by
    a. Foraman transversum
    b. Triangle vertebral canal
    c. Heavy vertebral body
    d. Superior facet on upper surface of body
    ans a)
    15. All of the following is posterior to diaphragm, except
    a. Aorta
    b. Azygous vein
    c. Thoracic duct
    d. Great splanchnic vein
    ans b)
    16. Morgagni hernia is
    a. Right anterior
    b. Left anterior
    c. Left posterior
    d. Right posterior
    ans a}
    17. Maralgia paraesthetica involves
    a. Medial cutaneous nerve
    b. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
    c. Sciatic N
    d. Sural N
    18.
    Which of the following doesn't prevent prolapse of uterus
    a. Levator ani
    b. Uterosacral ligament
    c. Broad ligament
    d. Meckenrodts ligament same

    19.5Trgone of bladder, not true à
    a. Smooth mucosa
    b. Loosely attached to underlying muscle
    c. Transitional epithelium lines it
    d. It is a remant of mesonephric duct opening into post grogenital sinus
    ANS B

    20 . Brucellosis can be transmitted by all of the following modes, except:
    a. Contact with infected placenta
    b. Ingestion of raw vegetables from infected farms
    c. Person to person transmission
    d. Inhalation of infected dust or aerosol
    ans C

    21 Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between two countries. This is done because of the difference in:
    a. Causes of death
    b. Numerators
    c. Age distributions
    d. Denominators
    ans C

    22. You have diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:
    a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test
    b. Incidence of SLE and predicitive value of each test
    c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE
    d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient
    ans A
    23.Posterior cruciate ligament true statement
    a. prevents posterior displacement of tibia
    b. Intra synovial
    c. Attaches to lateral femoral condyle
    ans a)
    24. hemodialysis amyloid
    ans beta 2 microglobulin
    25. Naltroxone is used in
    a. Opiod withdrawl symptoms
    b. Coma
    d. To prevent overdose
    26.Lice are not the vectors of
    a. Relapsing fever
    b. Q fever
    c. Trench fever
    d. Epidemic typhus

    ans B)

    27.A patient admitted to an ICU is on central venous line for the last one week; He is on ceftazidime and Amikacin. After 7 days of antibiotics he develops a spike of fever and his blood culture is positive for gram positive cocci in chains, which are catalase –ve. Following this, vancomycin was restarted but the culture remained positive for the same organism even after 2 weeks of therapy. The most likely organism causing infection is
    a. Staph aureus
    b. Viridans streptococci
    c. Enterococus fecalis
    d. Coagulase positive staphylococcus

    ans c)

    28.With reference to Bacteroides fragilis, the following statements are true, except:
    a. B. fragilis is the most frequent anaerobic isolated from clinical samples
    b. B. fragilis is not uniformly sensitive to Metronidazole
    c. The lipopolysaccharide formed by B fragilis is structurally and functionally different from conventional endotoxin
    d. Shock and disseminated intravascular coagulation are common
    29.Which is not premalignant
    a. Juvenile polyposis syndrome
    b. Juvenile polyp
    c. Puetz Zeghers Syndrome

    ans b)

    30. alpha hemolytic colonies sensitive to
    a oxacillin]
    b) optochin]
    c) bacitracin

    ans B)

    31.Which of the following is the most important prognostic indicator in head injury
    a. Age
    b. Glasgow Coma
    c. Bleeding on CT

    ans B)

    32 Hypothyroidism in pregnancy is not associated with:
    a. Preterm labour
    b. Prematurity
    c. PIH
    d. Hydroamnios

    ans d)

    33 Patient presents with loss of consciousess CT shows minimal spotty hemorrhages and full basal cisterns.
    a. Braon contusions
    b. Diffuse axonal injury
    c. Subdural Hematoma

    ans b)

    34) H pylori all are used except
    a. Amoxycilline
    b. oxytetracycline
    c. Metronidazole
    d. bismuth

    ans B)

    35 Which of the following act through  CAMP?
    a. V cholerae
    b.
    ans a)

    36 sternocleido mastoid tumour
    a) associated with breech
    b) spontaneous resolution
    c) 2/3rd ve palpable mass
    d) uncorrected cases phagiocephaly

    37) Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between tow countries. This is done because of the differences in:
    a. Causes of death
    b. Numerators.
    c. Age of distributions.
    d. Denominators.

    ans c)
    3 You have diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:
    a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test.
    b. Incidence of SLE and predictive value of each test.
    c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE.
    d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient.

    ans a)

    39) leukotriene inhibitor
    a) zileuton
    b) zafirlukast

    ans B)

    40) which is leukotriene inhibitor

    a) montelukast
    41.Which is not premalignant
    a. Juvenile polyposis syndrome
    b. Juvenile polyp
    c. Puetz Zeghers Syndrome

    ans b)

    42 alpha hemolytic colonies sensitive to
    a oxacillin]
    b) optochin]
    c) bacitracin

    ans B)

    43 Which of the following is the most important prognostic indicator in head injury
    a. Age
    b. Glasgow Coma [no ads please]
    c. Bleeding on CT

    ans B)

    44 Hypothyroidism in pregnancy is not associated with:
    a. Preterm labour
    b. Prematurity
    c. PIH
    d. Hydroamnios

    ans d)

    45 Patient presents with loss of consciousess CT shows minimal spotty hemorrhages and full basal cisterns.
    a. Braon contusions
    b. Diffuse axonal injury
    c. Subdural Hematoma

    ans b)

    46. H pylori all are used except
    a. Amoxycilline
    b. oxytetracycline
    c. Metronidazole
    d. bismuth

    ans B)

    47. Which of the following act through  CAMP?
    a. V cholerae
    b.
    ans a)

    48. sternocleido mastoid tumour
    a) associated with breech
    b) spontaneous resolution
    c) 2/3rd ve palpable mass
    d) uncorrected cases phagiocephaly

    49. Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between tow countries. This is done because of the differences in:
    a. Causes of death
    b. Numerators.
    c. Age of distributions.
    d. Denominators.

    ans c)
    50) You have diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:
    a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test.
    b. Incidence of SLE and predictive value of each test.
    c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE.
    d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient.

    ans a)
    51 ) brown’s sign
    a) glomus tumour
    b) acoustic neuroma
    c) otosclerosis

    ans a)

    52) drug induced lupus
    a) anti-histone ab

    ans A)

    53 ) a patient with antibodies to dna suffering from manifestations of kidney , liver, skin
    a) wegenerâ€s
    b) sle

    ans B)

    54 ) lung disease with max reduction in rv and tlc
    1. sarcoid
    2. bronchiectasis
    3. asthma
    4. cystic fibrosis

    ans probably cystic fibrosis please check it

    55) a female with complete villous atrophy n positive anti-endomysial antibodies

    a) do complete intestinal resection
    b) gluten free diet

    ans B)

    56) moro’s reflex disappears by
    a) 3 months
    b) 5 months
    C) 7 months
    Ans a) 3 months
    57 rubella rx targeted
    a) adolescents
    b) child bearing age
    ans a)

    58)reflex not present @ birth
    a) asymmetric neck reflex
    b) tonic neck reflex

    59) absence of lamina cribrosa is seen with
    a) coloboma of retina
    b)
    60) finasteride is an
    a) 5 alpha reductase inhibitor
    ans a)
    61) anti hormone used in infertility
    a) clompihene
    b) tamoxifene
    ans) a

    Filagrafin- used for
    a.Malaria
    b.Filaria
    c.neutropenia

    Morros reflex disappears at what age
    5 months
    3
    4
    7months

    Nevirapine-Non nulceoside reverse inhibitor

    Satisfied,very disatisfied-Ordinal data

    54 Question answer is Sarcoidosis i think

    Caudal regression-Gestational Diabetes

    Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
    a.plt count less tahn 80,000
    b.patient on aspirin
    c.pt on oral anticoagulants
    d.pt on iv heparin

    Nerve not involved in entrapment
    a.femoral
    b.Median
    c.ulnar
    d.

    Claw hand
    a.median nerve
    b.ulnar
    c.Radial


    persistent GTT evolves to
    a.choriocarcinoma

    Leprosy is affected least by
    a.ovary
    b.uterus

    People on aspirin
    increase Bt
    incrse pt

    Tuberculide is seen in
    a.Lupus vulgaris
    b.scrofilacium
    c.lupus scrofilecium
    Filagrafin- used for
    a.Malaria
    b.Filaria
    c.neutropenia

    Morros reflex disappears at what age
    5 months
    3
    4
    7months

    Nevirapine-Non nulceoside reverse inhibitor

    Satisfied,very disatisfied-Ordinal data

    54 Question answer is Sarcoidosis i think

    Caudal regression-Gestational Diabetes

    Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
    a.plt count less tahn 80,000
    b.patient on aspirin
    c.pt on oral anticoagulants
    d.pt on iv heparin

    Nerve not involved in entrapment
    a.femoral
    b.Median
    c.ulnar
    d.

    Claw hand
    a.median nerve
    b.ulnar
    c.Radial


    persistent GTT evolves to
    a.choriocarcinoma

    Leprosy is affected least by
    a.ovary
    b.uterus

    People on aspirin
    increase Bt
    incrse pt

    Tuberculide is seen in
    a.Lupus vulgaris
    b.scrofilacium
    c.lupus scrofilecium
    rhinolalia clausia not seen in
    a) allergic rhinitis
    b) palatal palsy
    c) adenoids
    ans B) as palatal palsy causes rhinolalia aperta
    63) not an alkylating agent
    a) cyclophosphamide
    b) 5fc
    c) busulfan
    ans B)
    64) universal immunization progamme doesn’t include
    a) tt
    b) mmr
    c) dt
    ans B) it includes only measles
    65) rabies
    a) guanerni bodies
    b) Bollinger
    c) negri
    ans) c
    66) burtonian line is seen in
    a) lead
    b) arsenic
    ans a)
    67) acrodynia
    a) mercury
    b) arsenic
    c) lead
    ans a) mercury seen in chronic mercury poisoning

    6 commonest site for csf leak
    a) frontal
    b) ethmoid
    c) sphenoid
    69) indicator for csf leak
    a) beta 2 tranferrin
    b) beta protein trace
    70) best inv for temporal bone #
    a) ct
    b) mri
    c) x_ray
    ans a) ct please check it
    71) posterior communicatind artery a branch of
    a) internal carotid
    b) external carotid
    ans a) ic
    72) which is not a feature of pontine stoke
    A ) quadriparesis
    B) pin point
    Ans a)
    73 delta waves found in
    a) wake
    b) deep sleep
    ans B)
    74) most common cause of meningitis in infant
    a) strept pneumonia
    b) h. influenzae
    ans b) h. influenzae
    75) non granular endo reticulum function
    a) lipid
    b) protein
    hmp shunt take place in
    a) cytosol
    b) mitochondria
    ans a)
    77) a 7 yr old boy with x-ray features of codman triangle and sunray appearance
    a) osteoclastoma
    b) osteosarcoma
    ansB)
    78 ) mc ovarian ca to undergo torsion
    a) benign cystic teratoma
    b) dysgerminoma
    ans A)
    79 gynaecomastia false statement
    a) subcutaneous mastectomy
    b) withdrawal of offending drugs
    c) liver failure
    ans A)
    80) leprosy doesn’t affect
    a) uterus
    b) ovary
    c) nerve
    ans b)
    81 ) claw hand nerve involved
    a) radial
    b) ulnar
    c) axillary
    d) median
    god
    82) nerve not involved in entrapment
    a) femoral
    b) median
    c) lateral cutaneous nerve
    83) calculate inr


    84) rhinopyma
    ans hyperplasia of the sebaceous glands
    85) pentalogy of fallot
    a) tetrat + pda
    b) tetralogy + asd
    ans b) confirmed
    86) marker for osteoblastic activity
    a) alkaline phosphatase
    Commonest alcohol withdrawal syndrome
    a.tremors
    b.diarhhea
    c.lacrimation

    Least complication of measels
    SSpe
    Diarhhea

    Merucury posioning affects
    pCt
    dt
    collecting ducts
    Loop of henle

    all are methylating drugs except
    a.5fu
    b.Busulphan
    c.Clorambucil

    Chemotherapy causing Siadh
    Vincristine
    cyclophospahamide

    herpcoagulable state not seen in
    liver cancer
    pancreatic cancer

    Port systemic shunt is not seen in
    liver
    spleen
    anorectum
    gastro esophgeal

    Acrodynia seen in
    arsenic
    mercury
    oxalate

    oxygen toxixity causes all except
    retinal blindness
    pulmonary edema
    less cerbral flow causes oxygen toxicty
    oxygen will cause convulsions

    when a person acsends
    decrese work load and increase excercise
    increase workload and decrease excercise
    decrease workload and inhaling oxygen

    all are autosomal dominant in except
    Fabrys
    huntington disease
    adult polycystic kidney disease


    Post communicating is a artery is a branch of
    a.Internal carotid
    b.external carotid
    c.middle cerebral

    all are seen in raised ICP except
    a.6th nerve palsy
    b.pappiledema
    c.blurring of vision
    d.headache

    30 year old women has Mitral regurgitation and AF comes in with syncope and regular pulse of 55 /min
    a.digoxin toxicity
    b.Cerbral infarct

    external cephalic version is C>I in
    a.anemia
    b.flexed breech
    c.PIH

    Autoimmune hemolytic anemia is always associated with
    histiocytosis

    immediate cell injuty
    neuropenia
    neutophilis
    monocytosis
    monocytopenia

    Cat eye seen in
    trisomy 13\
    trisomy18
    trisomy 21
    in a patient with cariogenic shock and antr wall infection. best treatment of choice

    the centre that converts short term memory to long term memory

    regarding inr

    prostaglandin that helps in protecting gi mucosa

    cherry red spot doesnot occur in..

    epidemic typhus caused by

    petrous bone fracture.. facial nerve..

    glomus tumor most commonly affected nerve

    hpylori infection drugs as per standard schedule.. except..

    which of the intestinal lesion not associated with malignancy.. familial polyp.. petz juegers juvenile polyposis syndrome juvenile polyp

    high dose methotrexate most commonly used in

    age of a child who cannot read a sentence can ride a bicycle... etc etc
    3 months 5 7 9 months

    rhinolalia clausa....

    pitryasis rosea
    all are seen in raised ict]
    A) blurring of vision
    b) abducent paresis
    c) paraparesis
    d) head ache
    ans c) paraparesis
    89)Cat eye seen in
    a) trisomy 13
    b) trisomy18
    C) partial trisomy 21
    In net answer is partial trisomy 22

    90) Tuberculide is seen in
    a.Lupus vulgaris
    b.scrofulsorum

    Ans
    91Nevirapine
    a)nucleoside RTi
    b)non-nucleoside RTi
    c)protease inhibitor

    ans b)
    92. patient is questioned and following interpretation is got]
    satisfied,very satisfied, dissatisfies, very much dissatisfied
    a) nominal
    b) ordinal
    c) ratio
    ans B) ordinal
    93. what is analytical test you use for the study in which …………answer is yes or no
    a) student-t
    b) chi square test
    c) paired-t test
    ans B) chi square
    if people find answers are wrong ……please inform
    94) Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
    a.plt count less tahn 80,000
    b.patient on aspirin
    c.pt on oral anticoagulants
    d.pt on iv heparin

    95 ) People on aspirin ve
    a) increase Bt
    b) increase pt

    96) all are autosomal dominant in except
    a) Fabrys
    B) huntington disease
    c) adult polycystic kidney disease
    ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

    97) Filagrafin- used for
    a.Malaria
    b.Filaria
    c.neutropenia]
    d) anaemia

    9 Commonest alcohol withdrawal syndrome
    a.tremors
    b.diarhhea
    c.lacrimation
    ans a ) tremors

    99) Least complication of measels
    a)SSpe
    b)Diarhhea
    c) pneumonia
    ans a) sspe

    100 ) Merucury posioning affects
    a) proximal convoluted tubule
    b) distal ^ ^
    c )collecting ducts
    d )Loop of henle
    ans a) proximal renal c t ( confirmed)

    101) Port systemic shunt is not seen in
    a)liver
    B)spleen
    c)anorectum
    d) gastro esophageal
    ans b) spleen
    ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

    102 ) inheritance curve
    mother >> the mutant gene to all children but father not transmittin
    a) mitochondrial
    b) ad
    c) ar
    d) x-linked
    ans a) mitochondrial

    103 ) ocp prevent all except
    1) ca endo
    b) ca breast
    c) rheumatoid
    ans b) ca breast

    104) bcg vaccine
    a) diluent used distilled n saline
    b) who recommends Danish 1331
    ans B)

    all are seen in raised ict]
    A) blurring of vision
    b) abducent paresis
    c) paraparesis
    d) head ache
    ans c) paraparesis
    89)Cat eye seen in
    a) trisomy 13
    b) trisomy18
    C) partial trisomy 21
    In net answer is partial trisomy 22

    90) Tuberculide is seen in
    a.Lupus vulgaris
    b.scrofulsorum

    Ans
    91Nevirapine
    a)nucleoside RTi
    b)non-nucleoside RTi
    c)protease inhibitor

    ans b)
    92. patient is questioned and following interpretation is got]
    satisfied,very satisfied, dissatisfies, very much dissatisfied
    a) nominal
    b) ordinal
    c) ratio
    ans B) ordinal
    93. what is analytical test you use for the study in which …………answer is yes or no
    a) student-t
    b) chi square test
    c) paired-t test
    ans B) chi square
    if people find answers are wrong ……please inform
    94) Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
    a.plt count less tahn 80,000
    b.patient on aspirin
    c.pt on oral anticoagulants
    d.pt on iv heparin

    95 ) People on aspirin ve
    a) increase Bt
    b) increase pt

    96) all are autosomal dominant in except
    a) Fabrys
    B) huntington disease
    c) adult polycystic kidney disease
    ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

    97) Filagrafin- used for
    a.Malaria
    b.Filaria
    c.neutropenia]
    d) anaemia

    9 Commonest alcohol withdrawal syndrome
    a.tremors
    b.diarhhea
    c.lacrimation
    ans a ) tremors

    99) Least complication of measels
    a)SSpe
    b)Diarhhea
    c) pneumonia
    ans a) sspe

    100 ) Merucury posioning affects
    a) proximal convoluted tubule
    b) distal ^ ^
    c )collecting ducts
    d )Loop of henle
    ans a) proximal renal c t ( confirmed)

    101) Port systemic shunt is not seen in
    a)liver
    B)spleen
    c)anorectum
    d) gastro esophageal
    ans b) spleen
    ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

    102 ) inheritance curve
    mother >> the mutant gene to all children but father not transmittin
    a) mitochondrial
    b) ad
    c) ar
    d) x-linked
    ans a) mitochondrial

    103 ) ocp prevent all except
    1) ca endo
    b) ca breast
    c) rheumatoid
    ans b) ca breast

    104) bcg vaccine
    a) diluent used distilled n saline
    b) who recommends Danish 1331
    ans B)


    INR calculations?,

    filgrastin used in rx of
    1.anaemia
    2. neutropenia

    ans b) neutropenia

    non specific esterase present in all except?
    M3
    M4
    M5
    M6

    Which of the following comprise pentalogy of Fallot?
    1. Terology with ASD
    2. Terology with TAPVC
    3. Terology with TGA
    4. Terology with splenomegay

    Answer is 1st one..

    oxygen dependent killing done thru
    NADPHoxidase
    sod
    catalase
    glutathione peroxidase

    cardiomyopathy not seen in
    fredrich ataxia
    duchene dystrophy
    lowe synd

    there was a ques abt heart muscle
    acts as syncitium
    has multiple nuclei
    has gap junctions

    minor criteria for rheumatic fever
    a. rising aso titre
    b. throat culture
    c. fever
    d. -----
    Millard Gublar syndrome
    A syndrome of unilateral softening of the brain tissue arising from obstruction of the blood vessels of the pons, involving the sixth and seventh cranial nerves and fibres of the corticospinal tract, and associated with paralysis of the abducens and facial nerves and contralateral hemiplegia of the extremities. The muscles of the ipsilateral side of the face are paralysed, and the ophthalmologic characteristics are diplopia, internal strabismus, and loss of power to rotate eye outward.
    choices were 6th palasy
    7th palsy
    3.?
    4.? primordial germ cells arise from
    endoderm
    ectoderm
    mesoderm which waves not used for deep tumours?
    infra red
    micro wave
    short wave
    ultra sonic

    Deep heat causes a temperature rise from the conversion of energy into heat as it penetrates the tissues of the body where the energy is applied. Energy sources include (1) high-frequency currents (shortwave diathermy), (2) electromagnetic radiation (microwaves), and (3) ultrasound (high-frequency sound).

    which of this does not handel the free radicals in lens
    a vit a
    b vit c
    c vit e
    d catalase
    .AML NOT ASSO WITH TURNERS__HARRY"16.
    2.EARLIEST IS MIRROR GAZING /PLAYING__IAMS PEADS.
    3.HCV---- EMC 80% are due to MPGN__harry.16
    4.1st reaction--NEUTROPHILIA.
    5.NSE -VE IN BOTH M3 and M6!!!!!
    6.BARTONIAN LINE -LEAD.
    which of this muscles r involved along with osteoarthritis knee
    a quadriceps only
    b hamstrings only
    c a+b
    d gastronemius

    proeoglycans all of this is true except
    a contain uronic acid
    b helps in maintaining the structure of tissues
    c contains less water
    d chondritin sulphate is an example

    NEUTROPHILIA..
    NO REF OTHER den this so i went with that.
    1.BROWNS SIGN--GLOMUS JUGULARE_DHINGRA
    2.BETA2 TRANSFERIN IN CSF RHINORHOEA__DHINGRA
    3.LAC OPERON..---NEGATIVE REGULATION???__LIPPINCOTS.BIOCHEM.
    4.FILGRAMOSTIN--NEUTROPENIA__CMDT06
    5.GLARGINE INSULIN IS LONG ACTING SO THATS THE EXP._HARRY_16

    most common force involved in fracture spine is
    a flexion
    b extension
    c rotation
    d compression


    which of this part of vertebral canal will show concavity backwards in secondary curves
    a cervical
    b thoracic
    c sacral
    d cocyx

    complement is C5b which immediately gives late c6c7c8c9
    __ref ROBBINS 7th page66.

    which of this not true about vibrio
    a nonhalophilic
    b can be easly cultivated
    c ?
    d ?

    which of this is not true about vibrio o137
    a can cause disease in distingushable from vibrio 01
    b was first isolated in chennai
    c as o polysacharide capsule

    hypokalemia---PR prolongation with ST depression. __ref:SCHAMROTH.

    Proteoglycans represent a special class of glycoproteins that are heavily glycosylated. They consist of a core protein with one or more covalently attached glycosaminoglycan chain(s). These glycosaminoglycan (GAG) chains are long, linear carbohydrate polymers that are negatively charged under physiological conditions, due to the occurrence of sulphate and uronic acid groups.

    Proteoglycans can be categorised depending upon the nature of their glycosaminoglycan chains. These chains may be:

    chondroitin sulfate and dermatan sulfate
    heparin and heparan sulfate
    keratan sulfate


    ans could be contain less water..


    MC SPINAL INJURY D/T--FLEXION TYPE INJURY__MAHESHWARI..PG144.

    which of this is a immunohistochemical marker for pagets disease of the brest ?
    a s100
    b hmb 45
    c synographin
    d ?

    common site for csf rhionorea is
    a ethmoid sinus
    b frontal sinus
    c petrous
    d ?
    in mrna which of this isnot true
    a capping helps in attachment of rna to 40s ribosome
    b in eukayocytes is regulated by gtp to gdp transformation
    c the first aa is methosine
    d synthesized from dna 3 -5'?

    which of this is a immunohistochemical marker for pagets disease of the brest ?
    a s100
    b hmb 45
    c synographin
    d ?


    it is s-100


    child with urti presents with stridor which is decreased in lying down position
    a epiglotitis
    b laryngotracheobronchitis
    c laryngeal fb



    commonest site for csf rhinorrhea CRIBRIFORM PLATE... then sphenoid sinus...

    which of the following does not acts through NA+ CHANNEl antiepileptic
    1.phenytoin.
    2.vaproic acid.
    3.vigabarin
    4.lamotrigine

    which of the following is not a epileptic
    1.phenobarbitone.
    2.carbamazepine
    3.phenytoin
    4.FLUNARIZINE
    ans flunarizine
    which of the following antiepileptics are contraindicatd in pregnancy EXCPET..
    1.phenobarbitone
    2.phenytoin
    3.carbamezapine
    4.valproic acid
    ans. phenobarbitone
    doc in pregnancy

    .WHICH ISINVOLVED IN ACTIVELY TRANSPORTINNG VIT C TO LENS?
    1.MYOINOSITOL
    2TAURINE
    3CHOLINE
    4Na K ATPASE
  2. mathiseran.

    mathiseran. Guest

    ans of some of t recalled questions all india pre pg 07

    HI,
    Am posting answers of some of the recalled questions (which are memory based) if you remember more question please post . thanks.
    1. Cat eye syndrome is associated with :
    1. Partial trisomy 22
    2. Partial trisomy 21
    3. Partial trisomy 18
    4. Partial trisomy 13 ANS

    2) Facial Nerve injury by
    A. Transverse tympanic fracture ANS
    B. Vertical tympanic fracture

    3) Serotype of HPV associated with invasive carcinoma cervix:
    1. HPV 16 ANS
    2. HPV 18 ANS
    3. HPV 32
    4. HPV 36

    4) Technique of aspiration of sperm from testis used in ART:
    1. TESA ANS
    2. MESA
    3. GIFT
    4. ZIFT

    5) Isotope used in RIA
    1.I 131 ANS
    2. I 123
    3. I 125
    4. I 127

    6) Primordial germ cells are derived from:
    1. Ectoderm
    2. Mesoderm ANS
    3. Endoderm

    7) Dubin-Johnson syndrome:test used:
    1. transaminase
    2. Bromosulphathalein test
    3. Hippurate test
    4. Gamma glutamyl transferase ?ANS

    Spalding sign is seen in:
    1. Mummification
    2. Maceration ANS

    9)Acrodynia is seen in:
    1. Phenol poisoning
    2. Mercury poisoning ANS
    3. Arsenic poisoning
    4. Carbolic acid poisoning

    10)Mercury causes nephrotoxicity by involving:
    1. PCT ANS
    2. DCT
    3. Loop of Henle
    4. Collecting duct

    11) Burtonian line is seen in poisoning with:
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4. Lead ANS

    12) Lamina cribrosa is not formed in:
    1. Morning Glory syndrome ANS
    2. Nanophthalmia
    3. Colobama of retina
    4. Optic N. agenesis

    13)Transport of Ascorbic acid to lens is done by:
    1. Myoinositol ANS
    2. Choline
    3. Taurine
    4. Na-K ATPase

    14) Perinatal transmission of Hepatitis B is maximum when infection in mother occurs:
    1. at implantation
    2. 1st trimester
    3. 2nd trimester
    4. 3rd trimester ANS

    15)Not seen in raised ICT:
    1. Headache
    2. Visual blurring
    3. Abducens palsy
    4. Paraparesis ANS

    16. Best prognostic factor for head injury.
    A. Glasgow coma scale ANS
    B. Age
    C. Mode of injury
    D. CT

    17. Mycosis fungoides which is not true.
    A. It is the most common from of cutaneous lymphoma
    B. Pautriers microabcess
    C. Indolent course and easily amenable to treatment ANS
    D. Erythroderma seen and spreads to peripheral circulation

    18. A 6 year old child with IQ of 50. Which of the following can the child do.
    A. Identify colurs ANS
    B. Read a sentence
    C. Ride a bicycle
    D. Copy a triangle

    19. A newborn has congenital heart failure, not improving on treatment. He has bulging anterior fontanelles with a bruit on auscultation. On trans fontanelle USG a hypo echoeic midline mass is seen with dilated lateral venricles. Most probable diagnosis is.
    A. Vein of Galen malformation ANS
    B. Arachnoid cyst
    C. Medulloblastoma
    D. Encephalocele

    20. To expose the suprarenal aorta, to see celiac axis, Superior Mesentiric Artery, & left renal artery. How do you expose the abodominal viscera
    A. Craniocaudal approach
    B. Caudocranial approach
    C. Right medial rotation ANS
    D. Left medial rotation

    21. 45 year old female complains of progressive weakness and spasticity of the lower limb with difficulty during micturition CT scan shows an intrfadural mid dorsal midline enhancing lesion. The diagnosis is
    A. Meningioma ANS
    B. Intradural Lipoma
    C. Neuroeptihelial Cyst
    D. Dermoid Cyst

    22. 45 Yrs old male presents with 90/60 BP,PR-110 permin & history of vomiting 24 hrs back, a volume of 500ml of block Splenomegaly 5cm below lower costal margin. Most probable diagnosis.
    A. Duodenal ulcer
    B. Portal hypertension ANS
    C. Gastric ulcer
    D. Erosive gastritis

    23. Posterior cruciate ligament – true statement
    A. attached to the lateral femoral condyle
    B. Intral synovial
    C. Prevents posterior dislocation of tibia ANS
    D. Relaxed in full flexion

    24. Sternomastoid tumour is associated with all except
    A. Always associated with breech extraction ANS
    B. Spontaneous resolution in most
    C. 2/3rd have palpable neck mass at birth
    D. Uncorrected cases develop phagiocephaly

    25. Difference between typical cervical & thoracic vertebra
    A. Has a triangular body
    B. Has a formaen transversarium ANS
    C. Superior articular facet directed backwards & upwards
    D. Has a large vertebral body

    26. Most common site of Morgagni Hernia
    A. Left Anterior
    B. Right Posterior
    C. Right Anterior ANS
    D. Left Posterior

    27. Meralgia parasthetica is due to the involvement of :
    A. Medial cutaneous nerve of thigh
    B. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh ANS
    C. Sural nerve
    D. Femoral nerve

    28. Movements of pronation & supination occurs in al the following joints except.
    A. superior radio-ulnar joint
    B. Middle radio-ulnar joint
    C. Inferior radio-ulnar joint
    D. Radio-carpal joint ANS

    29. Structures that pass from thorax to abdomen behind the diaphragm are all except
    A. Azygos vein ANS
    B. Aorta
    C. Thoracic duct
    D. Greater splancnic nerve
    30. Supports of the uterus are all except
    A. Uterosacral lingament ANS
    B. Broad Ligament
    C. Mackenrodts’ ligament
    D. Levator ani

    31. All are ture about the trigoneof the urinary bladder except
    A. Mucosa is loosely associated to the underlying musculature ANS
    B. Mucosa is smooth
    C. It is lined by transitional epithelium
    D. It is erived from the absorbed part of the mesonephric duct

    32. Which bone tumor occur in epiphysis
    A. Osteoclastoma ANS
    B. Ewing’s sarcoma
    C. Chondromyxiod fibroma
    D. Osteosarcoma

    33. Hypothyroidism in pregnancy is least likely associated with,
    A. Recurrent abortions
    B. Polyhydramnios
    C. PIH
    D. Preterm labour ANS

    34. Premature bab y of 34 wks was delivered baby had bullous lesion on the;bodyX-ray shows periostitis. What is next investigation?
    A. VDRL for mother & baby ANS
    B. ELISA for HV
    C. PCR for TB
    D. Hepatitis surface antigen for mother

    35. Pityriasis rosea true is
    A. Self limiting ANS
    B. Chronic relapsing
    C. Life threatening infection
    D. Caused by dermatioophytes

    36. A 3 yr old child had eczematous dermatitis on extensor surfaces. His other has a history of brfonchial asthma. Diagnosis could be
    A. Atopic dermatitis ANS
    B. Contact drmititis
    C. Seborrhic dermatitis
    D. Infantile eczematous dermatitis

    37. The drug of choice for obsessive compulsive disorder
    A. Imipramine
    B. Fluoxetine ANS
    C. Choppromazine
    D. Benzodiazepine

    38. Naltrexone is used in opiod addiction because
    A. To treat withdraw symptoms
    B. To treat overdose of opiods
    C. Prevent relapse ANS
    D. Has addiction potential

    39. A 3 year old child developmental milestones normal with delayed speech, and Difficulty in Communication, concentration, not making friends
    A. Autism ANS
    B. ADHD
    C. Specific learning disability
    D. Mental retardation

    40. Delusion is a disorder of
    A. Thought ANS
    B. Perception
    C. Insight
    D. Cognition

    41. The following drug is not useful for MRSA,
    A. Cfaclor ANS
    B. Cotrimoxazole
    C. Ciprofloxacin
    D. Vancomycin

    42. One of the following is a prodrug,
    A. Enalapril ANS
    B. Neostigmine
    C. Esmolol
    D. Captopril
    43. With reference to bacteroides frangilis, the following statements are true except
    A. Bacteroides fragilis is the same frequent anaerobe isolated from clinical samples
    B. Bacteroides fragilis is not uniformly sensitive to mentronidazole
    C. The LPS formed by bacteoides fragilis is structurally and functionally different from the conventionala endotoxins
    D. Shock and DIC are common in bacteroides bacteremia ANS

    44. Which of the following bacterial act by increasing c-AMP,
    A. Vibrio cholera ANS
    B. Staphyloccus aereus
    C. E.coli, heat stable toxin
    D. Salmonella

    45. A patient in ICU is on central venous line for the past one week. He is on caftazidime and maikacin. After 7 days of antibiotics he develops a spike of fever and his blood culture is positive for gram positive cocci in chains, which are catalase negative. Following this vancomycin was started, but the culture remained positive, for the same organism even after 10 days of therapy. The most likely organism causing infection is.
    A. Staphylococcus aureus
    B. Viridans streptococci
    C. Enterococcus fecalis ANS
    D. Coagulase negative staphylococcus

    46. A child presents with infective skin lesions of the leg. Culture was done which showed gram positive cocci in chains which were hemolytic colonies. Which of the following tests will best indentify the organism.
    A. Bile solubility
    B. Optochin sensitivity
    C. Bacitracin sensitivity ANS
    D. Catalase positive

    47. A young male patient presented with UTI, on urine examination pus cells were found but no organisms. Which method would be best used for culture ?
    A. MC Coy cell line ANS
    B. Thayer Martin medium
    C. L.J. Medium
    D. Levinthal Medium

    48. Which one of the following is true.
    A. Agar has nutrient properties
    B. Chocolate medium is selective medium
    C. Addition of selective substances in a soild medium is called enrichment media
    D. Nutrient broth is basal medium ANS

    49. Which of the following is not transmitted by lice.
    A. Q fever ANS
    B. Trench fever
    C. Relapsing fever
    D. Epidemic typhus

    50. Chlamydia trachomatis false is.
    A. Elementary body is metabolically active ANS
    B. It is biphasic
    C. Reticulate body divdes by binary fission
    D. Inside the cell it evades phagolysosome

    51. A elderly male patient presented with fever, chest pain and dry cough, sputum cultured on charcoal yeast medium, the organism is.
    A. H. Influenza
    B. Moraxella cartarrhails
    C. Legionella ANS
    D. Burkholderia capacia

    52. A person working in an abattoir presented with pustule on hand, which turned into ulcer, which will best help in diagnosis.
    A. Trichrome Methylene Blue ANS
    B. Carbol Fuschin
    C. Acid Fast Stain
    D. Calcoflour White

    53. 1yr old child with bronchial asthama. Treatment is
    A. Inhaled B2 agonist ANS
    B. Oral Ketotifen
    C. Oral LT2 receptor antagonist
    D. Theophyllin

    54. Brucellosis cannot be caused by
    A. Infected placenta
    B. Intake of raw vegetables
    C. Person to person transmission ANS

    55. Max peripheral Neuropathy is caused by
    A. Zidovudine
    B. Stavudine ANS
    C. Lamivudine
    D. Didanosine

    56. All are alkyating agents except
    A. 5FU ANS
    B. Chlorambucil
    C. Melphalan
    D. Cyclophosphamide

    57. All are true about Mycoses Fungoides except
    A. It is indolent ANS
    B. M/c skin leukaemia

    58. Northern blot is used for analysis of
    A. Mrna expression ANS
    B. Dna ‘’
    C. Protein ‘’

    59. Differentiating feature between cervical and lumbar vertebra
    A. Broad body
    B. Transverse process has transverse foramina ANS
    C. Triangular spinal cord

    60. Claw hand is caused by
    A. Ulnar ANS
    B. Median
    C. Radial

    61. All are autosomal dominant except
    A. Marfans
    B. Fabrys ANS
    C. Huntington Chorea
    D. ADPKD

    62. BCYE is used
    A. Legionella ANS
    B. Strep

    63. True about media
    A. Enrichment media is solid
    B. Nutrient agar is a baseline media ANS

    64. Fe def anaemia is a/s with
    A. Increased TIBC, decreased Ferritin ANS
    B. Decreased ‘’ ‘’ ‘’
    C. ‘’ ‘’ increased ‘’

    65. m/c childhood tumor
    A. Neuroblastoma
    B. Wilm’s
    C. Leukaemia ANS

    66. a person with IQ of 50 can do the following
    A. Riding a bicycle ANS
    B. Read a sentence
    49. Pedigree chart for mitochondrial inheritance

    67. Autosomal recessive trait is seen in child inspite of normal parents due to
    A. Uniparental disomy
    B. Mosaicism ANS

    68. Child feels more comfortable in lying position
    A. Ac epiglottitis
    B. Croup
    C. Laryngomalacia ANS










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    wishing u all best of luck for all india pre pg on 14.1.2007, share ur experiece exam here,cheers.
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  5. dewadi

    dewadi Guest

    just 150 minutes left for all india pre pg 2007 exam, wishing u all the

    best for ur grand success , post exam experience & recall here,

    dewadi.
  6. DR.. ANXIOUS

    DR.. ANXIOUS Guest

    THERE WERE MANY REPEATS FROM AIIMS NO06.......

    THERE WERE MANY REPEATS FROM AIIMS NO06.IT WAS LIKE EXTENDED PART OF AIIMS ...
    LET US RECALL AS MANY QUESTIONS AS POSSIBLE
    1.Nuchal transluency...seen in
    downs syndrme

    2. first to be seen in development of child
    creeping
    crawling
    pincer grip

    3. all pass behind aorta except
    azygous vein
    aorta
    greater splanchnic nerve
    thoracic duct

    4. prostate in a person with family history of ca prostate is best detected by

    1 digital rectal exam
    2 p s a
    3 both of the above


    5.lung disease with max reduction in rv and tlc
    1. sarcoid
    2. bronchiectasis
    3. asthma
  7. DR.. ANXIOUS

    DR.. ANXIOUS Guest

    70 year old man with anti hep c ab....serum creat 2.4 nephrotic range of proteinemia.....
    membranous gn
    m s g n
    post infectouus.


    about benedict syndrme......


    muller gubler syndromre

    female with antiendomyceil ab positive....with villous atrophy intially treated with
    gluten free diet
  8. DR.. ANXIOUS

    DR.. ANXIOUS Guest

    best inves fr temporal bone disease........................site of cns rhinorrhea...............d waves found in deep sleep.....................mc cause of meningiti in 1 yr old
  9. rohit1983

    rohit1983 Guest

    which is nt an alkylatin agent........................................finasteride is wat ................true about bcg vaccine....true about univ immm expanded program...............wrong about endemic typhus................................................rabies, negri bodies..........................acrdynia is seen in .............lead line seen in
  10. rohit1983

    rohit1983 Guest

    brown sign ANS glomus tumor

    marer anca..........................max load on heart in increased co in preg,max chnces of trnsmission of hepatitis b if conrtcted at which month,...moros reflex disappears by...............drug of choice fr ocd
  11. sandeep.

    sandeep. Guest

    which doesnt cross behind diaphgram...azygous vein

    .hmp shunt
    .
    ascorbic acid transmited in to lens by

    ..wrong about papileedema

    ..pulsating tumour

    codmans triangle seen in
  12. sandeep.

    sandeep. Guest

    leprsy doesnt affect ovaries

    mc ovarain tm to go torsion...

    which is nt an alkylatin agent....

    finasteride is wat ..

    true about bcg vaccine..

    true about univ immm expanded program..

    wrong about endemic typhus.

    rabies, negri bodies.........................

    acrdynia is seen in

    ..lead line seen in
    ..
  13. dr.anchal.

    dr.anchal. Guest

    i found question paper simple but tricky--u know exact answer or does not know any thing
  14. dr.anchal.

    dr.anchal. Guest

    pentalogy of fallot.

    TBM csf findings

    .rhinophyma

    the following r associated with AML except:


    turner's syndrome

    down's syndrome


    patau

    klienfelter syndrome

    epiphyseal tumor osteoclastoma,

    child with stridor which decreases on lying down.
  15. Dr.Archana

    Dr.Archana Guest

    The biochem questions were tough& there were .no question from psychiaty.
  16. all india 2007 questions

    1. Supination and pronation are done at all joints except
    a. Superior radioulnar joint
    b. Inferior radioulnar
    c. Middle RUlnar joints
    d. Radio carpal joint
    ans radio carpal joint
    2. Typical cervical vertebra can be differentiated from thoracic vertebra by
    a. Foraman transversum
    b. Triangle vertebral canal
    c. Heavy vertebral body
    d. Superior facet on upper surface of body
    ans a)
    3. All of the following is posterior to diaphragm, except
    a. Aorta
    b. Azygous vein
    c. Thoracic duct
    d. Great splanchnic vein
    ans b)
    4. Morgagni hernia is
    a. Right anterior
    b. Left anterior
    c. Left posterior
    d. Right posterior
    ans a}
    5. Maralgia paraesthetica involves
    a. Medial cutaneous nerve
    b. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
    c. Sciatic N
    d. Sural N
    ans b)
    . Which of the following doesn't prevent prolapse of uterus
    a. Levator ani
    b. Uterosacral ligament
    c. Broad ligament
    d. Meckenrodts ligament same

    9. Posterior cruciate ligament true statement
    a. prevents posterior displacement of tibia
    b. Intra synovial
    c. Attaches to lateral femoral condyle
    ans a)
    10 hemodialysis amyloid
    ans beta 2 microglobulin

    11. Naltroxone is used in
    a. Opiod withdrawl symptoms
    b. Coma
    d. To prevent overdose

    12 Lice are not the vectors of
    a. Relapsing fever
    b. Q fever
    c. Trench fever
    d. Epidemic typhus
    ans B)

    13. 61. A patient admitted to an ICU is on central venous line for the last one week; He is on ceftazidime and Amikacin. After 7 days of antibiotics he develops a spike of fever and his blood culture is positive for gram positive cocci in chains, which are catalase –ve. Following this, vancomycin was restarted but the culture remained positive for the same organism even after 2 weeks of therapy. The most likely organism causing infection is
    a. Staph aureus
    b. Viridans streptococci
    c. Enterococus fecalis
    d. Coagulase positive staphylococcus

    ans c)

    14.62. With reference to Bacteroides fragilis, the following statements are true, except:
    a. B. fragilis is the most frequent anaerobic isolated from clinical samples
    b. B. fragilis is not uniformly sensitive to Metronidazole
    c. The lipopolysaccharide formed by B fragilis is structurally and functionally different from conventional endotoxin
    d. Shock and disseminated intravascular coagulation are common in Bacteroides bacteremia

    ans d)

    15. Which of the following is wrong regards brucellosis
    a. Spread by contact with injected placenta material
    b. Man to man transmission
    c. By inhalation of aerosols
    d. Milk

    ans b)

    16) An abattoir worker developed pustule later necrotic ulcer which of the following stain is useful for demonstration of organism from smear made from pustule
    a. Polychromic methylene blue
    b. Cakofluor white
    c. Geimsa

    ans a)

    17)For methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus which of the following is not useful
    a. Ciprofloxacin
    b. Vancomycin
    c. Cefclor
    d. Cotrimoxozole
    ans c)

    18) True statement is
    a. Solid media are enrichment media
    b. Nutrient Broth is basal media
    c. Agar adds nutrient to media
    d. Chocolate agar is selective medium

    ans b)

    19) 68. A neonate presented with vesicular lesions, mother has same history, which investigation is most useful
    a. VDRL

    ans a)

    20) A patient with UTI On smear, no bacteria are found on gram slain with abundant pus cells, to demonstrate organism, which of the following is useful
    a. McKoy cell line

    ans a)
    21) Which of the following not true regarding Chlamydia
    a. Has biphasic life
    b. Elementary body is metabolically active
    c. Reticulate body undergoes binary fission
    d. Once it invades into cell it abates phagolysosomal fusion

    ans b)
  17. vipul.

    vipul. Guest

    1. Meralgia paresthetica
    a. Lat cut n of thigh
    b. Med cut n of thigh
    c. Genitofemoral n
    d.
    ans A

    2) Pituryriasis rosea is a
    a. chronic replapsing disease
    b. it is an auto immune disease
    c. caused by dermato phyte
    d. self resolving
    ans D

    3 delusion is a disorder of
    a. thought
    b. perception
    c. insight
    d. cognition
    ans D
    the drug of choice for obsessive compulsive disorder?
    a. olanzepin
    b. fluoxetin
    c. haloperidol
    d. thioridazine
    ans B
  18. vipul.

    vipul. Guest

    Trigone of bladder, not true à
    a. Smooth mucosa
    b. Loosely attached to underlying muscle
    c. Transitional epithelium lines it
    d. It is a remant of mesonephric duct opening into post grogenital sinus
    ANS B
  19. vipul.

    vipul. Guest

    1. Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between two countries. This is done because of the difference in:
    a. Causes of death
    b. Numerators
    c. Age distributions
    d. Denominators
    ans C

    2. You have diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:
    a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test
    b. Incidence of SLE and predicitive value of each test
    c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE
    d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient
    ans A
  20. vipul.

    vipul. Guest

    repeat questions from aiims nov 06

    1. Meralgia paresthetica occurs due to the involvement of ?
    A. Medical cutaneous nerve
    B. Lateral cutaneous nerve
    C. Genitofemoral nerve
    D. ?

    Ans. Lateral cutaneous nerve
    Explanation: Meralgia paresthetica refers to the pain along the anterolateral part of the thigh due to entrapment of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve as it passes below the Inguinal Ligament

    2. All these structures pass posterior to the diaphragm form Thorax to Abdomen, except ?
    A. Aorta
    B. Azygos vein
    C. Thoracic duct
    D. Greater splachnic nerve

    Ans. C/D
    Explanation:
    Thoracic duct passes from Abdomen to Thorax.

    3. Which of the following is true about posterior cruciate ligament ?
    A. prevents posterior dislocation of tibia
    B. prevents anterior dislocation of tibia
    C. posterior cruciate ligament is relaxed during flexion of knee
    D. is intasynovial

    Ans. prevents posterior dislocation of tibia

    5. Difference between cervical and thoracic verteba ?
    A. Foramen transversarium
    B. Superior articular facet on cervical vertebra

    Ans. Foramen transversarium

    8. All of the following are supports of uterus except ?
    A. Transverse cervical ligament
    B. Uterosacral ligament
    C. Broad ligament
    D. Pelvic diaphragm / Urogenital diaphragm

    Ans. Broad ligament
    Reference: BDC, 3rd, Vol2, Pg-320

    2. The highest percentages of poly unsaturated fatty acids are present in ?
    A. Ground nut oil
    B. Palm oil
    C. Margarine
    D. Soyabean oil

    Ans. Soyabean oil

    3. All of the following indicators are included in Physical Quality of Life Index (PQLI) except ?
    A. Infant mortality rate
    B. Life expentancy at age one
    C. Literacy rate
    D. Per capita income

    Ans. Per capita income

    5. Which of the following is not included in the SAFE strategy for Trachoma ?
    A. Facial cleanliness
    B. Enviornmental cleanliness
    C. Screening
    D. Antibiotics

    Ans. Screening
    Explanation:
    Lid Surgery = S
    Antibiotics to treat infection = A
    Facial cleanliness = F
    Enviornmental changes = E
    So, screening is the answer

    7. Lice is not a vector in ?
    A. Q fever
    B. Epidemic typhus
    C. Trench fever
    D. Relapsing fever

    Ans.Q fever

    8. Which of the following is used for the measurement of the chlorine demand of water ?
    A. Berkfeld filter
    B. Chlorometer
    C. Double pot method
    D. Horrock’s apparatus

    Ans. Horrock’s apparatus

    13. Efficiency of the program for iodine deficiency disorders against hypothyrodism can be assessed by ?
    A. Neonatal thyroxine levels
    B. Goiter in pregnancy
    C. Goiter in age group of 12 to 18 levels
    D. Soil iodine levels

    Ans. Neonatal thyroxine levels
    Explanation:
    "Neonatal hypothyroidism is a sensitive pointer to environmental iodine deficiency and can thus be an effective indicator for monitoring the impact of a programme".
    Reference: Park, 17th, Pg-440

    22. Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between two countries. This is done because of the difference in ?
    A. Causes of death
    B. Numerators
    C. Age distributions
    D. Denominators

    Ans. Age distributions

    23. A patient is clinically diagnosed to have SLE and 6 tests have been ordered,out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know ?A. Prior probability of SLE, sensitivity and specificity of each test
    B. Incidence of SLE and predicitive value of each test
    C. Incidence and prevalence of SLE
    D. Relative risk of SLE in this patient

    Ans. Prior probability of SLE, sensitivity and specificity of each test
  21. Dr. Sidharth

    Dr. Sidharth Guest

    1. RNTCP quick diagnosis of Tuberculosis is done by ?
    A. Slides of sputum

    Ans. Slides of sputum

    2. An abattoir worker develops a pustule which later turns into necrosed ulcer. Scrappings from ulcer base should be stained with ?
    A. Poly chrome methylene blue
    B. PAS

    Ans. Poly chrome methylene blue

    3. Mother with asthma, child with itchy lesions on arms and legs, etc ?
    A. Atopic dermatitis
    B. Infectious eczematoid dermatitis

    Ans. Atopic dermatitis

    4. 60 year old man with 1 episode of gross painless haematuria. Invesgitation of choice ?
    A. USG KUB
    B. X ray KUB
    C. Urine routine microscopy
    D. Urine microscopy for malignant cells

    Ans. Urine microscopy for malignant cells

    5. Pancytopenia with bone marrow cellularity is seen in all except ?
    A. G6PD deficiency
    B. Myelodysplasia
    C. PNH
    D. Megaloblastic anemia

    Ans. G6PD deficiency

    6. Brucellosis is not spread by ?
    A. Person to person contact
    B. Inhalation of infected dust or aerosol
    C. Contact with infected placenta
    D. Ingestion of raw vegetables from infected farms

    Ans. Person to person contact
    Reference: Park, 18th, Pg231

    7 A young man presents with urethral discharge which has no organism but only pus cells. Diagnosis should be done on ?
    A. Thayer Martin's Media
    B. McCoy Cell Media

    Ans. McCoy Cell Media

    8. A patient in ICU, on central venous line for the last one week, recieving ceftazidime and amikacin. After 7 days of antibiotics he develops a spike of fever and his blood culture is positive for gram positive cocci in chains, which are catalase negative. Following this, vancomycin was started but the culture remained positive for the same organism even after 2 weeks of therapy. The most likely organism causing infection is ?
    A. Staphylococcus aureus
    B. Viridans streptococci
    C. Enterococcus faecalis
    D. Coagulase negative staphylococcus

    Ans. Enterococcus faecalis

    9 True regarding bacterioides fragilis, all except ?
    A. B. fragilis is most frequent anaerobe isolated from clinical samples
    B. B. fragilis is not uniformly sensitive to metronidazole
    C. The lipopolysaccharide formed by B. fragilis is structurally and functionally different from the conventional endotoxin
    D. Shock and disseminated intravascular coagulation are common in Bacteroides bacteremia

    Ans. Shock and disseminated intravascular coagulation are common in Bacteroides bacteremia
    Reference: Harrison's, 16th, Pg-944,945

    10 The bacteria which acts by CAMP activation is ?
    A. Vibrio cholerae

    Ans. Vibrio cholerae

    11. Alpha hemolytic streptococci URTI ?
    A. Bacitracin sensitivity
    B. Optochin sensitivity
    C. Catalase positivity
    D. Bile solubility

    Ans. Bacitracin sensitivity

    12. All of the following are true regarding morphology of Chlamydia except ?
    A. Elementary bodies are metabolically active
    B. Biphasic life cycle
    C. Once inside the cell it can evade host defense mechanisms
    D. (something about Reticulate bodies)

    Ans. Elementary bodies are metabollically active

    13. Which of the following is not true regarding Congenital Torticollis ?
    A. It undergoes spontaneous resolution
    B. In 2/3rd cases, sternomastoid mass is palpable
    C. Plagiocephaly
    D. Always associated with breech extraction

    Ans. Always associated with breech extraction

    14. In pregnancy with hypothyroidism, which of the following is not seen ?
    A. PIH
    B. Polyhydramnios
    C. Preterm delivery
    D. Recurrent abortions

    Ans. Preterm delivery

    15 Orbital mass with proptosis, increases on bending forward, no thrill/bruit. MRI shows retro-orbital mass with enhancement with anechogenic(hypoechoecic)shadows and hyperechoeic shadows ?
    A. Orbital AV malformation
    B. Orbital Varix
    C. Orbital Encephalocoele
    D. Neurofibromatosis

    Ans. Orbital varix
    Reference: Imaging spectrum of pediatric orbital Pathology : A pictorial review ON INDIAN JOURNAL OF OPTHALMOLOGY. Kandpal Harsh, Vashisht Sushma, Sharma Raju, Seith Ashu
    Explanation:
    Primary orbital varix is a distensible low-flow venous malformation characterized by abnormal dilatation of the orbital veins. Since these veins are in continuity with the systemic circulation, they result in intermittent proptosis whenever the systemic venous pressure increases. Orbital varices can also form secondary to arteriovenous shunting (carotid cavernous fistula) or venous occlusive disease (dural venous sinus thrombosis).[5] Intralesional thrombosis, calcification or hemorrhage can occur. On USG varices are seen as tortuous dilated anechoic tubular channels with slow venous flow. A thrombosed varix may appear hyperechoic. CT and MRI show well-defined, tortuous enhancing channels which often have a club-like configuration with the tapering end towards the orbital apex [Figure - 16].[16] The demonstration of an increase in size during prone coronal scans, during valsalva maneuver or during jugular compression is pathognomonic of orbital varices [Figure - 17]. An association of orbital varices with intracranial venous malformations is reported in 10% cases and therefore investigation should include imaging for the intracranial veins.

    16 All of the following are responsible for blindness in childhood except ?
    A. Dacryoscystitis
    B. Glaucoma
    C. Malnutrition
    D. Ophthalmia neonatorum

    Ans. Dacryocystitis
    Explanation:
    In lower-income countries the primary causes of childhood blindness include:
    Corneal scarring from measles, vitamin A deficiency, disease transmission through the birth canal (ophthalmia neonatorum) or the use of harmful, traditional home remedies Cataracts from rubella ,glaucoma and retinal dystrophies of genetic origin. Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) caused by premature birth Amblyopia, which occurs when the brain fails to learn to see as the result of strabismus (squint).
    Reference: http://www.orbis.org.in/bins/content_page.asp?cid=589-598-[snip]-1563)#=9

    17. Hyaluronic acid is present in ?
    A. Vitreous

    Ans. Vitreous

    18. Epiphyseal tumor is ?
    A. Osteoclastoma
    B. Giant cell tumor

    Ans. Osteoclastoma

    19. A 6 year old child with IQ of 50, can do which one of the following ?
    A. Identify colours
    B. Draw a triangle
    C. Ride a bicycle
    D. Read (?Write) sentences

    Ans. C/A
    Explanation:
    A child can draw triangle at 5 yrs.

    20. A newborn is born with [bleep] lesions with periostitis. Which investigation should be done ?
    A. VDRL for both mother and child
    B. HBsAg test
    C. Mantoux test

    Ans. VDRL for both mother and child

    21. A newborn with CHF not responding to treatment, and having hydrocephalus with midline mass ?
    A. Malformation of vein of galen

    Ans. Malformation of vein of galen

    22 A 3 years old child who does not interact, speech difficulty, plays alone, has problems in making relations, but normal milestones, is most likely to have ?
    A. Autism
    B. Mental retardation
    C. Specific learning disability

    Ans. Autism

    23. Autosomal dominant transmission is seen in ?
    A. Berdet biedel syndrome
    B. Best syndrome
    C. Gyrate atrophy

    Ans. ?

    24. Which should not be given in MRSA ?
    A. Vancomycin
    B. Cotrimoxazole
    C. Cefactor
    D. Ciprofloxacin

    Ans. Cefaclor

    25 Naltrexone is given for ?
    A. Reversal of the effects of overdose of opioids

    26. The agranular Endoplasmic reticulum produces ?
    A. Proteins
    B. Lipids
    C. Vitamins
    D. Carbohydrates

    Ans. Lipids
    Explanation: Smooth Endoplasmic reticulum produces lipids which are passed to Golgi bodies, where as the Rough Endoplasmic reticulum produces proteins due to presence of Ribosomes.

    27 Delusion is a disorder of ?
    A. Thought
    B. Insight
    C. Cognition
    D. Perception

    Ans. Thought

    28. Drug of choice for Obsessive compulsive disorder is ?
    A. Haloperidol
    B. Fluoxetine
    C. Olanzepine
    D. Thioridazine
    (? Imipramine)

    Ans. Fluoxetine

    29.A 35 year old female presents with lower limb weakness, spasticity, urinary hesitancy. MRI shows a midline intradural enhancing mass lesion. It is likely to be ?
    A. Dermoid cyst
    B. Meningoma
    C. Intradural lipoma
    D. Neuroepithelial cyst

    Ans. ?Meningioma

    30. Morgagni hernia comes out through ?
    A. Right anterior diaphragm
    B. Right posterior
    C. Left anterior
    D. Left posterior diaphragm

    Ans. Right anterior diaphragm

    31. Pelvic trauma + blood at urethra ?
    A. Urethral injury
    B. Uretheral injury
    C. ??shock

    Ans. Urethral injury

    32. In a Head Injury patient, most important prognostic factor is ?
    A. Age
    B. GCS
    C. CT findings
    D. Mode of injury

    Ans. GCS

    33. Non malignant among these ?
    A. Juvenile polyp
    B. FAP
    C. Puetz Jeghers polyp ?

    Ans. Juvenile polyp

    34. Which surgical procedure is used to stop / prevent bleeding above renal / mesentric artery ?
    A. Caudal rotation of viscera
    B. Cranial rotation of viscera
    C. Right rotation of viscera
    D. Left rotation of viscera

    Ans. Left rotation of viscera

    35. Head injury, signs of trauma, CT showing multiple hemorrhage and collapsed basal cisterns ?
    A. Cerebral contusion
    B. Cerebral laceration
    C. Diffuse axonal injury
    D. Multiple infarcts

    Ans. Multiple infarcts
  22. Karan.

    Karan. Guest

    the exam was pretty ok. with a lot of repeats from the NOV 06 and may 05 AIIMS .

    biochem seemed a bit tough.
    enough pharma with some new drugs been asked...
    less dermat..
    no CDs asked.. no psy.
    less tumours as compared to previus papers
    lot of Qs on milestones
    no biostats sums or calculations this time.
    only one calculation of INR
  23. Ansari

    Ansari Guest

    lots of repeats hence more tougher competition, one can not be sure with even 235-240 correct answer, let us keep our fingers crossed.
  24. Ansari

    Ansari Guest

    question on partial cat eye syndrome

    diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative.

    To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:

    a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test ?ans

    b. Incidence of SLE and predicitive value of each test

    c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE

    d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient
  25. Dr.Benzamin

    Dr.Benzamin Guest

    1 A 70 year old patient presents with high grade fever dry cough, pain abdomen Sample collected from patient, organisms grow only on charcoal yeast extract medium the likely organism is
    a. H. influenza
    b. Leigonella

    ans b)

    2. Which one of the following method is used for the estimation of chlorine demand of water
    a. Chlorometer
    b. Horrocks apparatus
    c. Berkefield filter
    d. Double pot method

    ans b)

    3. Case finding in RNTCP is based on
    a. Sputum culture
    b. Sputum microscopy
    c. X-ray chest


    ans b)

    4. PQLI includes all except
    a. Infant mortality rate
    b. Life expectancy at 1 year
    c. Literacy

    ans d) per capita income

    5. A patient presented unilateral progressive proptosis, increased on bending forward and compressible on auscultation, no bruit is heard, likely diagnosis
    a. AV malformation
    b. Orbital varix
    c. Neurofibromatosis
    d. Orbital encephalocele

    ans b)
    6. Which of the following is autosomal dominant retinal disorder
    a. Biedels syndrome
    b. Best’s disease

    ans b)

    7. Mucopolysaccharide hyaluronic acid is present in
    a. Vitreous humour
    b. Cornea
    c. Blood vessels

    ans a)

    8. Best indicator of long term nutritional status of child
    a. Body weight
    b. Mid arm circumference
    c. Weights for height and learner growth

    ans c)

    9. A neonate presents with congestive heart failure, on examination enlarging fontanellae, bruit on auscultation, on USG shows midline hypoechoeic lesion, most likely diagnosis
    a. Medulloblastoma
    b. Arachnoid cyst
    c. Vein of galen malformation


    ans c)
    10. a 6 yr old child
    a ) identify colours
    b) read sentence
    c) ride a two wheeled bicycle

    ans a)

    11. Which of the following tumors involves epiphysis
    a. Ewings sarcoma
    b. Osteosarcoma
    c. Osteoclastoma
    d. Chondro myXoid fibroma

    ans a)

    12. Pyterasias rosea is
    a. Self-limiting
    b. Chronic relapsing disease
    c. Dermatophyte infection

    ans a)
    13. An infant presented with erythematous lesions on cheek, extensor aspect of limbs, mother has history of bronchial asthma , probable diagnosis is
    a. Airborn contact dermatitis
    b. Atopic dermatitis
    c. Seborrhic dermatitis
    ans b)

    14. A patient presented with weakness in lower limb, bladder and bowel involvement, on MRI enhancing intradural lesion was found, likely diagnosis
    a. Meningioma
    b. Lipoma


    ans a)
    15. DOC for OCD
    a. Imipramine
    b. Fluoxetine
    ans b)
    16.A 3 year old child presented with normal developmental stones except for speech. Child is unable to concentrate not able to make friends doing his work likely diagnosis is
    a. Attention deficit disorder
    b. Autism
    c. Speech learning disability
    d. Specific learning disability

    ans b)
    17. Delusion is a disorder of
    a. Thought
    b. Perception
    c. Sensation
    d. F
    ans a)

    18.In order to expose the celiac axis, left renal vein, superior mesaenteric artery abdominal aorta in a case of trauma which is done
    a. Left medial viscera rotation
    b. Rt medial visceral rotation
    c. Cranial visceral rotation

    ans b)

    19.A 40 year old male smoker with c/o gross henaturia since 2 days. Which of the following is most diagnostic investigation of choice?
    a. X-ray KUB
    b. USG KUB
    c. Routine and microscopy of urine
    d. Urine for malignant cells

    ans D)




    20.Which is not premalignant
    a. Juvenile polyposis syndrome
    b. Juvenile polyp
    c. Puetz Zeghers Syndrome

    ans b)

    21. alpha hemolytic colonies sensitive to
    a oxacillin]
    b) optochin]
    c) bacitracin

    ans B)

    22. Which of the following is the most important prognostic indicator in head injury
    a. Age
    b. Glasgow Coma [no ads please]
    c. Bleeding on CT

    ans B)

    23. Hypothyroidism in pregnancy is not associated with:
    a. Preterm labour
    b. Prematurity
    c. PIH
    d. Hydroamnios

    ans d)

    24.Patient presents with loss of consciousess CT shows minimal spotty hemorrhages and full basal cisterns.
    a. Braon contusions
    b. Diffuse axonal injury
    c. Subdural Hematoma

    ans b)

    25.H pylori all are used except
    a. Amoxycilline
    b. oxytetracycline
    c. Metronidazole
    d. bismuth

    ans B)

    26.Which of the following act through  CAMP?
    a. V cholerae
    b.
    ans a)

    27. sternocleido mastoid tumour
    a) associated with breech
    b) spontaneous resolution
    c) 2/3rd ve palpable mass
    d) uncorrected cases phagiocephaly

    28. Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between tow countries. This is done because of the differences in:
    a. Causes of death
    b. Numerators.
    c. Age of distributions.
    d. Denominators.

    ans c)
    29. You have diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:
    a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test.
    b. Incidence of SLE and predictive value of each test.
    c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE.
    d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient.

    ans a)
    30. leukotriene inhibitor
    a) zileuton
    b) zafirlukast

    31. which is leukotriene inhibitor

    a) montelukast


    32. brown’s sign
    a) glomus tumour
    b) acoustic neuroma
    c) otosclerosis

    ans a)

    33. drug induced lupus
    a) anti-histone ab

    ans A)

    34. a patient with antibodies to dna suffering from manifestations of kidney , liver, skin
    a) wegenerâ€s
    b) sle

    ans B)

    35. lung disease with max reduction in rv and tlc
    1. sarcoid
    2. bronchiectasis
    3. asthma
    4. cystic fibrosis

    ans probably cystic fibrosis please check it

    36.a female with complete villous atrophy n positive anti-endomysial antibodies

    a) do complete intestinal resection
    b) gluten free diet

    ans B)

    37. moro’s reflex disappears by
    a) 3 months
    b) 5 months
    C) 7 months
    Ans a) 3 months
    38. rubella rx targeted
    a) adolescents
    b) child bearing age
    ans a)

    39.)reflex not present at birth
    a) asymmetric neck reflex
    b) tonic neck reflex

    40. absence of lamina cribrosa is seen with
    a) coloboma of retina
    b)
    41. finasteride is an
    a) 5 alpha reductase inhibitor
    ans a)
    42,) anti hormone used in infertility
    a) clompihene
    b) tamoxifene
    ans) a

    42.Filagrafin- used for
    a.Malaria
    b.Filaria
    c.neutropenia

    43.Morros reflex disappears at what age
    5 months
    3
    4
    7months

    44.Nevirapine-Non nulceoside reverse inhibitor

    Satisfied,very disatisfied-Ordinal data

    45. Question answer is Sarcoidosis i think

    Caudal regression-Gestational Diabetes

    Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
    a.plt count less tahn 80,000
    b.patient on aspirin
    c.pt on oral anticoagulants
    d.pt on iv heparin

    46.Nerve not involved in entrapment
    a.femoral
    b.Median
    c.ulnar
    d.

    47.Claw hand
    a.median nerve
    b.ulnar
    c.Radial


    48.persistent GTT evolves to
    a.choriocarcinoma

    49.Leprosy is affected least by
    a.ovary
    b.uterus

    50.People on aspirin
    increase Bt
    incrse pt

    51.Tubercul. is seen in
    a.Lupus vulgaris
    b.scrofilacium
    c.lupus scrofilecium

    52. rhinolalia clausia not seen in
    a) allergic rhinitis
    b) palatal palsy
    c) adenoids
    ans B) as palatal palsy causes rhinolalia aperta
    53. not an alkylating agent
    a) cyclophosphamide
    b) 5fc
    c) busulfan
    ans B)
    54. universal immunization progamme doesn’t include
    a) tt
    b) mmr
    c) dt
    ans B) it includes only measles
    55. rabies
    a) guanerni bodies
    b) Bollinger
    c) negri
    ans) c
    56.burtonian line is seen in
    a) lead
    b) arsenic
    ans a)
    57.acrodynia
    a) mercury
    b) arsenic
    c) lead
    ans a) mercury seen in chronic mercury poisoning

    58. commonest site for csf leak
    a) frontal
    b) ethmoid
    c) sphenoid
    59. indicator for csf leak
    a) beta 2 tranferrin
    b) beta protein trace
    60. best inv for temporal bone #
    a) ct
    b) mri
    c) x_ray
    ans a) ct please check it
    61. posterior communicatind artery a branch of
    a) internal carotid
    b) external carotid
    ans a) ic
    62.which is not a feature of pontine stoke
    A ) quadriparesis
    B) pin point
    Ans a)
    63.delta waves found in
    a) wake
    b) deep sleep
    ans B)
    64. most common cause of meningitis in infant
    a) strept pneumonia
    b) h. influenzae
    ans b) h. influenzae
    65. non granular endo reticulum function
    a) lipid
    b) protein
    c) carbohydrate
    ans A)

    66) hmp shunt take place in
    a) cytosol
    b) mitochondria
    ans a)
    67.a 7 yr old boy with x-ray features of codman triangle and sunray appearance
    a) osteoclastoma
    b) osteosarcoma
    ansB)
    68. mc ovarian ca to undergo torsion
    a) benign cystic teratoma
    b) dysgerminoma
    ans A)
    69. gynaecomastia false statement
    a) subcutaneous mastectomy
    b) withdrawal of offending drugs
    c) liver failure
    ans A)
    70. leprosy doesn’t affect
    a) uterus
    b) ovary
    c) nerve
    ans b)
    71.) claw hand nerve involved
    a) radial
    b) ulnar
    c) axillary
    d) median
    god
    72) nerve not involved in entrapment
    a) femoral
    b) median
    c) lateral cutaneous nerve
    73) calculate inr


    74. rhinopyma
    ans hyperplasia of the sebaceous glands
    75.pentalogy of fallot
    a) tetrat + pda
    b) tetralogy + asd
    ans b) confirmed
    76. marker for osteoblastic activity
    a) alkaline phosphatase

    77.Commonest alcohol withdrawal syndrome
    a.tremors
    b.diarhhea
    c.lacrimation

    78.Least complication of measels
    SSpe
    Diarhhea

    79.Merucury posioning affects
    pCt
    dt
    collecting ducts
    Loop of henle

    80.all are methylating drugs except
    a.5fu
    b.Busulphan
    c.Clorambucil

    81.Chemotherapy causing Siadh
    Vincristine
    cyclophospahamide

    82.herpcoagulable state not seen in
    liver cancer
    pancreatic cancer

    83.Port systemic shunt is not seen in
    liver
    spleen
    anorectum
    gastro esophgeal

    84. Acrodynia seen in
    arsenic
    mercury
    oxalate

    85. oxygen toxixity causes all except
    retinal blindness
    pulmonary edema
    less cerbral flow causes oxygen toxicty
    oxygen will cause convulsions

    86.when a person acsends
    decrese work load and increase excercise
    increase workload and decrease excercise
    decrease workload and inhaling oxygen

    87.all are autosomal dominant in except
    Fabrys
    huntington disease
    adult polycystic kidney disease


    88.Post communicating is a artery is a branch of
    a.Internal carotid
    b.external carotid
    c.middle cerebral

    89.all are seen in raised ICP except
    a.6th nerve palsy
    b.pappiledema
    c.blurring of vision
    d.headache

    90 year old women has Mitral regurgitation and AF comes in with syncope and regular pulse of 55 /min
    a.digoxin toxicity
    b.Cerbral infarct

    91.external cephalic version is C>I in
    a.anemia
    b.flexed breech
    c.PIH

    92.Autoimmune hemolytic anemia is always associated with
    histiocytosis

    93.immediate cell injuty
    neuropenia
    neutophilis
    monocytosis
    monocytopenia

    94.Cat eye seen in
    trisomy 13
    trisomy18
    trisomy 21
  26. sahi vishnoi

    sahi vishnoi Guest

    so frenz all india pre pg exam 2007 is gone like blues, so what u think about the exam, according to me it has some 70% repeat , some wer new, some gr8 question just OHP fro me , just kidding.Mine attemt is around 250 with some 20 blind shots, was confused in around 40-50 in 2 choices , aage to Ram bharooosey hai. it was my second attempt
    what about u all?
  27. sahi vishnoi

    sahi vishnoi Guest

    i do not agree with the statement above that 235-240 will be the cutoff,but in my view if u not count repeats from AIIMS nov2006 and other previous papers,new ques were not so easy.i am telling this because of low cut off in nov AIIMS 06,which was initially predicted very high by all .
  28. Dr.Rani

    Dr.Rani Guest

    considering the repeats,the top rankers might score very high.....but i dont think the cut off will be too high.after every paper it is said to be damn easy but the cut off usually doesnt vary much
  29. Dr.Benzamin

    Dr.Benzamin Guest

    all india pre pg 2007 is over now. some have done good . what will be the cut off? In think cutoff will be the same as of all india pre pg exam 2006.
  30. Naradhamuni

    Naradhamuni Guest

    1.Most common substance of abuse in india
    tobacco
    opioids
    cannabis

    2.Acousti neuroma most commonly arise from
    5 nerve
    7 nerve
    9 nerve

    3.Post partum lady detected to have ovarian cyst the line of managemen is
    surgery immediately
    surg after 2 wks
    surg aftr 6 wks
    surg after 3months

    4.Part of fallopian tube removed during sterilization
    ampulla
    infudibulum
    isthmus

    5.True about psittacosis is
    caused by Miyagawanella psittaci
    diagnosis in high containment lab



    6.Morgagnis foramen found in
    right ant hemidiaphrm
    rt post hemidiapgrm
    left ant hemidiapgm
    lt post hemidiapgm

    7. fallots pentology is

    8.Primordial germ cells arise from
    endoderm
    mesoderm
    ectoderm
    mesodermal sinus

    9.absence of formation of lamina cribrosa is assosciated with

    10. first to appear during acute blood loss
    neutropenia
    neutrophilia
    lymphocytosis
    lymphocytopenia

    11.not seen in fibroid
    amenorrhoea
    menstural irregularity
    infertility
    pelvic mass

    12.not true regarding syncytium
    has branching
    multiple nuclei
    has gap junctions

    13.best way to detect fracture temporal bone
    plain film
    ct
    mri

    14.child taken to ot fr eye surgery was given propofol and intubation done followin suxamethinium.he was mobilised after 6hrs but later complained of severe body pain .it is due to
    eye surgery itself causes pain
    becz of propofol
    becz of suxa
    early mobilization
    15. patient admitted with casualty with pelvic fracture c/o urinary retention and bloody urine.most probable cause is from
    kidney
    bladder
    urethra
    16. most common tumour in childhood
    wilms
    retinoblastoma
    neuroblastoma
    17.the muscles involved in arthritis along with knee jt.
    18.non malignant polyposis of colon
  31. Message
    saurabh tripathi
    Guest






    Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2007 8:58 pm Post subject: How was All India 2007

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Hi friends.
    After a lot of hutle n bustle over reservations etc the paper is over.how was it.i think the repeats were numerous.its gonna b high scoring game this time.wht u all say.
  32. in a patient with cariogenic shock and antr wall infection. best treatment of choice

    the centre that converts short term memory to long term memory

    regarding inr

    prostaglandin that helps in protecting gi mucosa

    cherry red spot doesnot occur in..

    epidemic typhus caused by

    petrous bone fracture.. facial nerve..

    glomus tumor most commonly affected nerve

    hpylori infection drugs as per standard schedule.. except..

    which of the intestinal lesion not associated with malignancy.. familial polyp.. petz juegers juvenile polyposis syndrome juvenile polyp

    high dose methotrexate most commonly used in

    age of a child who cannot read a sentence can ride a bicycle... etc etc
    3 months 5 7 9 months

    rhinolalia clausa....

    pitryasis rosea

    cat eye disease
    hypothyroidism doesnt cause the following..
    abortion
    pih
    ologohydramnios

    claw hand caused by

    the nerve that doesn get itself involved in compartment/entrapment

    portosysystemic site except

    the harmone that is not secreted by kidney
    125 dehydrocy cholecal
    angi1
    renin
    erythropoitin

    the vein that doesnt cause the midline to drain

    a patient presents with haematuria acute for 1 day
    he is a chronic smoker
    investigation ....

    finastride is
    5 alpha reductase inhibiter
    phosphodiestrase inhibiter

    vitamin c is absorbed through the eye with the help of

    hyaluronic acid is commonly present in

    lamina cribrosa is absent in...

    oral contraceptives ,,.. ca breat ca endometrium...

    cervix cross sectional view.. u t y that is associated with incompetence.. abotions//

    the side effect of heparin that is...

    anticoagulants... surgery...

    the following is not a gp2b3ainhibiter

    which is not a prodrug..dipyramidole/aspirin..

    anticonvulsant that doesnt have teratogenic effect..

    anticonvulsant that doesnt cause action through increase sodium condn

    the childhood malignancy.. most common...

    rubella vaccine.. under eradication of congenital rubella syndrome..

    hepatitis b most comonly affects newborn in
    at the time of implantation.. 1st 2nd 3rd trimester

    cardiac output maximum in .. at the time of

    malignant melanome.. investigation not useful in the diagnosis of

    trigone of bladder....

    in pelvic fractures the most likely structure to get injured......
  33. spaldings sign....

    browns angle

    lymphoma of thyroid...

    gynecomastia in males

    small intestinal motility is dependant on all except

    viral cells specifically killed by t b natural cytotoxic cells

    regarding culture media

    the drug used for inducing ovulation

    posterior communicating artery is a branch of..

    sterilisation commonly performed at which site of fallopian tube

    injury of male urethra below perinela membrane.. urain drains into..

    in blunt injury abdomen.. incision shud be made...

    leprosy doesnot affect.....

    agranular endoplasmic reticulum is invlved in the synthesis of....

    delta waves associated with...

    mushroom poisoning....


    drug for bronchial asthma in 1 year old child

    which beta blocker has no other action other than beta blockade

    mitochondrial inheritence pedigree chart was of mitochondrial defect no doubts bout it..
    the confusion was of the other genetic question which i thought had the answer uniparental disomy..
    cut off would be some as each year cos no one knows that answer that we are taking for the repeat questions are really correct cos the cutt off for that paper was really very low so as i too calculated mine as 57 percent but got 55 and some people calculating 60 plus got 54 percent so just keep the fingers crossed they have taken the paper back that's the worst part so that AIIMS authority can be safe as no one will know how much he's getting and no one will know about back door entries in the list... no one will know who got how in the list and no one can challenge the results in court.. thanks to the government of india's policy of throwing general casts out of the country and creating law and order by putting black masks on people's eyes...
    but from now on people can rely on preparation with cramming the mcq's method cos they'll keep on repeating a considerable portion of previous paper in new paper..

    least common complication of measles:
    a) diarrhoea
    b) pneumonia
    c)sdpe
    germ line mosaicism one parent normal and another a carrier
  34. Dr.Rahul.

    Dr.Rahul. Guest

    1. all are seen in raised ict]
    A) blurring of vision
    b) abducent paresis
    c) paraparesis
    d) head ache
    ans c) paraparesis
    2.Cat eye seen in
    a) trisomy 13
    b) trisomy18
    C) partial trisomy 21
    answer is partial trisomy 22

    3. Tuberculide is seen in
    a.Lupus vulgaris
    b.scrofulsorum

    Ans
    4.Nevirapine
    a)nucleoside RTi
    b)non-nucleoside RTi
    c)protease inhibitor

    ans b)
    5. patient is questioned and following interpretation is got]
    satisfied,very satisfied, dissatisfies, very much dissatisfied
    a) nominal
    b) ordinal
    c) ratio
    ans B) ordinal
    6. what is analytical test you use for the study in which …………answer is yes or no
    a) student-t
    b) chi square test
    c) paired-t test
    ans B) chi square


    7.Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
    a.plt count less tahn 80,000
    b.patient on aspirin
    c.pt on oral anticoagulants
    d.pt on iv heparin

    8. People on aspirin ve
    a) increase Bt
    b) increase pt

    9. all are autosomal dominant in except
    a) Fabrys
    B) huntington disease
    c) adult polycystic kidney disease
    ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

    10. Filagrafin- used for
    a.Malaria
    b.Filaria
    c.neutropenia]
    d) anaemia

    11 most commonest alcohol withdrawal syndrome
    a.tremors
    b.diarhhea
    c.lacrimation
    ans a ) tremors

    12. Least complication of measels
    a)SSpe
    b)Diarhhea
    c) pneumonia
    ans a) sspe

    13. Merucury posioning affects
    a) proximal convoluted tubule
    b) distal convoluted tubule
    c )collecting ducts
    d )Loop of henle
    ans a) proximal renal convoluted tubule

    14. Port systemic shunt is not seen in
    a)liver
    B)spleen
    c)anorectum
    d) gastro esophageal
    ans b) spleen
    ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

    15. inheritance curve
    mother >> the mutant gene to all children but father not transmittin
    a) mitochondrial
    b) ad
    c) ar
    d) x-linked
    ans a) mitochondrial

    16. ocp prevent all except
    1) ca endo
    b) ca breast
    c) rheumatoid
    ans b) ca breast

    17. bcg vaccine
    a) diluent used distilled n saline
    b) who recommends Danish 1331
    ans B)


    18. question Not included in Diagnosis of bipolar disorder?
    1. Mania alone
    2. mania and depression
    3. Depression alone
    4. mania and anxiety

    19.Which is d first N to get involved in acoustic neuroma
    1. 5th
    2. 7th

    20.pulsatile tumour seen in
    a)ewings
    b)osteosarcoma

    21.filgrastin used in rx of
    1.anaemia
    2. neutropenia

    ans b) neutropenia

    22. iv th heart sound...

    23.anti HIV drug causing neuropthy...
    24..methotrexate used in....
    25.child with stridor...
    26.leprosy WITH NEURITIS TREATMENT..
    27.INV FOR FRACTURE TEMPORAL BONE..SITE OF 7TH N INJURY ...
    28 which vertebrae is concave posteriorly...
    29. .CSFrhinorrhoea site....?
  35. dexterap

    dexterap Guest

    Well about 52 questions were repeated verbatim from AIIMS Nov 2006. I had gone through the paper about 2 months back so I could only get 42 out of them correctly. I erred in 8 or 9 and left 1 or 2 (not really sure). Most of my friends who studied for a year got all 52 right, so those that I made wrong are going to hurt a lot, maybe even cost me my qualification.
    I attempted on the whole about 265 to 270 questions. There again most of the repeaters I know have attempted 290 to 295+ so My chances are pretty slim.
    But this is my first entrance after i finished my house surgeoncy in November so I am not disappointed.

    The thing I would like to point out is that this is probably a freak incident, a random mutation.
    It is unlikely something like this will happen again next year or for the next paper so dont be mislead and read only the PG guides but stick to the theory basics.
    All the best for next year's aspirants.
  36. dr murali

    dr murali Guest

    what an exam i think i will top as i have answered all questions right
    dr murali
  37. gone wrong in many repeats
    pharma , biochem was tough , so me too not expecting any rank
  38. Hari.

    Hari. Guest

    Marked 245. Wrong 30-35 / Aggregate 200
    Rank ?1000 ? U pl. calculate for me .
  39. dr.usha

    dr.usha Guest

    what I definitely feel is that the paper , though looking apparently easy with so many repeats, had a good share of TRICKY questions which can fetch lots of negatives if not marked with 100% surity
  40. dr bishnu

    dr bishnu Guest

    with so many repeats will be a tough nut to crack... even a single wrong q will cause dearly i think
  41. dr.usha

    dr.usha Guest

    Which of the following comprise pentalogy of Fallot?
    1. Terology with ASD ans
    2. Terology with TAPVC
    3. Terology with TGA
    4. Terology with splenomegay

    This anomaly consists of four defects,
    1) Ventricular septal defect
    2) Pulmonary stenosis
    3) Right ventricle hypertrophy
    4) Overriding aorta
    If an associated ASD is present then the anomaly is referred to as Pentalogy of Fallot
    bernard soulier syndrome is associated with all except-
    1)reduced plt size
    2)reduced plt count
    3)ristoceti...is normal
    4)ADP.. IS NORMAL

    ANTI-PSEUDOMONAS ANTIBIOTIC
    1)CIPRO
    2)CEFACLOR
    3)

    FACIAL NERVE DAMAGED IN TRAUMA-
    1)TRANSVERSE PETROUS
    2)LONGITUDINAL PETROUS 3)

    LINE ON GUM.H/0 CONSTIPATION .GASTRIC PAIN RX-
    1)CaEDTA
    2)BAL

    PEDEGREE CHART SHOWING MATING BETWEEN NORMAL MALE AND AFFECTED FEMALE TRANSMITTING DISEASE TO ALL MALE AND FEMALES BUT SUBSEQUENTLY MALE DOES NOT TRNSMITT THE DISEASE ;FEMALE DOES.PATTERN OF INHERETANCE
    1)MITOCHONDRIAL
    2)X-LINKED DOMINANT

    NESERITIDE IS
    1)ANP ANALOGUE
    2)NT


    MALE 55YRS PRESENTS WITH LYMPHOCYTE COUNT 100000,80%LYMPHOCYTES N 20%POLYMORPHS.Dx-
    1)CLL
    2)HIV
    3)TB


    FAVOURABLE PROGNOSTIC FACTORS FOR ALL-
    1)FEMALE
    2)PRE-B CELL TYPE
    3)t(15,17)

    HYPOTHYROIDISM IS ASSOCIATED WITH ALL EXCEPT
    1)POLYHYDRAMINOS
    2)PIH
    3)PRETERM LABOUR

    THYROID TUMOR ARE ALL EXCEPT
    1)FOLLICULAR
    2)MERKEL TUMOUR
    3)INSULAR
  42. Sabir

    Sabir Guest

    THYROID LYMHOMA.
    true options
    thyroid lymphomas are more common in women than in men
    2.With the exception of anaplastic thyroid carcinoma, thyroid NHL usually grows faster than any other thyroid neoplasm; however, low-grade or indolent NHLs occasionally can arise in the thyroid gland, and their growth rate is slower. Hoarseness, RESPIRATORY DIFFICULTY cough, and dysphagia also can occur as presenting

    Fabry disease is caused by the lack of or faulty enzyme needed to metabolize lipids, ENZYME DEF
    CERIMIDE TRIHEXOSIDASE.
    Xlinked not AD.
    others were APKD,HD,..
  43. Guest

    Guest Guest

    PROTEIN CLUMPING AND HEATING.
    A routine urinalysis will not detect Bence Jones proteins. There are several methods used by laboratories to detect and measure these proteins. The classic Bence Jones reaction involves heating urine to 140°F (60°C). At this temperature, the Bence Jones proteins will clump. The clumping disappears if the urine is further heated to boiling and reappears when the urine is cooled. Other clumping procedures using salts, acids, and other chemicals are also used to detect these proteins. These types of test will reveal whether or not Bence Jones proteins are present, but not how much is present
  44. Guest

    Guest Guest

    MRSA all r given
    cipro ,vanco,
    ans is cefaclar

    orange red colored urine seen in rifampicin

    difference in cows n breast milk?
    more lactose
    more proteins

    ecg manifestations of hypokalemia

    blood findings in iron def anaemia
  45. Rahul.

    Rahul. Guest

    not an inv useful for multiple myeloma?
    bone scan
    x ray

    amyl nitrate inhibits which step of oxidative phosphorylation?

    blackening of urine occurs in?

    northen blot done for?

    oxygen dependent killing done thru
    NADPHoxidase
    sod
    catalase
    glutathione peroxidase

    cardiomyopathy not seen in
    fredrich ataxia
    duchene dystrophy
    lowe synd

    a ques abt heart muscle
    acts as syncitium
    has multiple nuclei
    has gap junctions

    minor criteria for rheumatic fever
    a. rising aso titre
    b. throat culture
    c. fever
    no cardiomyopathy in lowes syndrome.
    it is occulo cerebe.dystrophy

    in conjugated hyperbilirubinemia,wich inv is best
    gamma ggt
    amino transferases

    bmi of obese?
    20
    30
    40
    50

    drug not given in obesity
  46. Rahul.

    Rahul. Guest

    papetz circiut in limbic system involves anterior thalamic nucleus

    chlamydiae psittaci which of this is not true ------ans is it causes non gonocacal urethritis

    treatment of borderline tuberculoid leprosy?

    basal ganglia calcification nt seen in
    hypoparathyroidism

    paget s circuit is?


    ques abt paget s ds of nipple?

    morgagnian hernia in in rt ant position.

    tumours mc in children?
    lymphomas
    leukemias



    jones minor criteria includes.

    Fever ans
    Arthralgia
    Previous rheumatic fever or rheumatic heart disease
    Acute phase reactants: Leukocytosis, elevated eritrosedimentation rate (ESR) and C-reactive protein (CRP)
    Prolonged P-R interval on electrocardiogram (ECG)


    Most common cause of nephrotic syndrome in adults Lupus nephrits, diabetes, amyloid Chlamydia psittaci, Most common substance of abuse in India ,Preterm delivery if shape of cx Y,V,U,O

    Millard Gublar syndrome
    A syndrome of unilateral softening of the brain tissue arising from obstruction of the blood vessels of the pons, involving the sixth and seventh cranial nerves and fibres of the corticospinal tract, and associated with paralysis of the abducens and facial nerves and contralateral hemiplegia of the extremities. The muscles of the ipsilateral side of the face are paralysed, and the ophthalmologic characteristics are diplopia, internal strabismus, and loss of power to rotate eye outward.
    choices were 6th palasy
    7th palsy
    c ANCA ass with
    protein 3
    myeloperoxidase
  47. Dr.Sokat

    Dr.Sokat Guest

    The Tegmental Wall or Roof (paries tegmentalis) is formed by a thin plate of bone, the tegmen tympani, which separates the cranial and tympanic cavities. It is situated on the anterior surface of the petrous portion of the temporal bone close to its angle of junction with the squama temporalis; it is prolonged backward so as to roof in the tympanic antrum, and forward to cover in the semicanal for the Tensor tympani muscle. Its lateral edge corresponds with the remains of the petrosquamous suture. The most common anatomic sites of CSF leaks are the areas of congenital weakness of the anterior cranial fossa and areas related to the type of surgery performed. According to data from 53 patients with different causes of CSF rhinorrhea, 39% of leaks occurred in the region of the cribriform plate and air cells of the ethmoid sinus
    Most common cause of CSF leak is from Cribriform plate of Ethmoid bone

    wat is prlonged in aspirin intake
    ans BT as it causes defect in aggregation of paltelets

    cat eye syndrome is associated wih partial trisomy 22

    bohlers angle measure gives refrence for
    1.calcaneum
    2.talus
    3.navicular
    4.cuboid

    all are true for immuno suprestans except
    1.tacrolimus inhibits calieurn pathway
    2.steroids inhibit wht phospahatidic acid ??
    3. mycophenolates interefers by inhibiting gaunsde monophosphate dehydrogenase
    4..??
    ans is mycophenolate nhibits guanoside monophosphate dehydrogenase {as it inhibits INOSITOL MONOPHOSPHATE DEHDROGENAS}

    a man 30 yrs having haematuria hypertension,, with ani hepatitits c antibodies diagnosis is
    anas is MIXED ESSENTIAL CRYOGLOBULINEMIA

    chlamydiae psittaci which of this is not true ------ans is it causes non gonocacal urethritis

    papetz circiut in limbic system involves anterior thalamic nucleus

    delusion is a disorder of
    a. thought
    b. perception
    c. insight
    d. cognition

    Delusion is a disorder of thought.

    35 year old female presents with lower limb weakness, spasticity, urinary hesitancy. MRI shows a midline intradural enhancing mass lesion. It is likely to be ?
    A. Dermoid cyst
    B. Meningoma
    C. Intradural lipoma
    D. Neuroepithelial cyst

    Dermoid can occur in the lines of neuroontologic differentiation(midline).It usually presents in the 2nd decade. It doesnt enchance with contrast.
    Meningiomas are common in female sex, but rare in the Midline and intradural location rules out meningioma. Its an extradural lesion. It shows homogenous enchancement with contrast.
    Lipoma occurs in the cisterns mostly and it constitutes .1% of intracranial tumours. It doesnt enchance with contrast.
    Neuroepithelial cyst(colloid) cyst almost always occur in the third ventricle floor near foramen of Munro causing obstructive hydrocephalus.Shows minimal enchancement on contrast. It can occur in 40yr age group. The complaints will be sudden headache when the cyst obstructs the flow of csf. I just dont know which will fit here.. If its extradural lesion, Meningioma fits well.

    Head injury, signs of trauma, CT showing multiple hemorrhage and collapsed basal cisterns ?
    A. Cerebral contusion
    B. Cerebral laceration
    C. Diffuse axonal injury
    D. Multiple infarcts

    Diffuse Axonal Injury is the answer. It occurs most commonly after trauma and is a wide spread damage of the brain.Two thirds of DAI lesions occur in areas where grey and white matter meet. Basal cisterns becomes compressed because of associated oedema. Multiple haemorrhages in CT denotes diffuse brain injury and not focal which rules out laceration or contusion.
  48. Dr.Sokat

    Dr.Sokat Guest

    CSF rhinorrhea

    Causes of CSF rhinorrhea include (1) blunt head trauma; (2) sequelae of skull-base surgery, commonly functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS), transphenoidal pituitary surgery, translabyrinthine acoustic schwannoma, and mastoid surgery with intact tympanic membrane; (3) destructive skull-base lesions, including neoplasms (both benign and malignant), and empty sella; (4) developmental defects of the ethmoid, sphenoid, frontal, or petrous temporal bones with the formation of a meningocele or meningoencephalocele (with an intact tympanic membrane); and (5) fracture of the petrous temporal bone or other destructive processes in which CSF in the middle ear drains to the nose in the presence of an intact tympanic membrane.

    Less than 5% of all cases of CSF rhinorrhea are spontaneous. Most cases of CSF rhinorrhea begin soon after a head injury and cease spontaneously within 7-180 days.

    CSF otorrhea

    CSF otorrhea occurs in the presence of a perforated tympanic membrane in the following settings: (1) fractures of the petrous temporal bone, (2) translabyrinthine and/or mastoid surgery, (3) developmental defects of the tegmen tympani or petrous apex with meningocele formation and spontaneous or posttraumatic meningeal laceration, (4) perilymphatic fistula from trauma with stapes fracture and torn round or oval window membrane, (5) translabyrinthine fistula due to the Mondini developmental defect of the cochlear modiolus and/or lamina cribrosa, and (6) wide cochlear aqueduct syndrome.

    With a translabyrinthine fistula CSF mixes with perilymph in the cochlea or vestibule and forms perilymphatic hydrops with displacement or perforation of the maldeveloped stapes footplate; the fluid leaks into the middle ear. Wide cochlear aqueduct syndrome is a controversial and doubtful entity in adult patients because the aqueduct is filled with fibrous tissue and not functional beyond childhood.
  49. Guest

    Guest Guest

    for nesitride
    all are true regardng nesitride xcpet
    nesitride is i.v analogue and octrotride is oraly active
    ans is its orally active
    its only used i.v
    2nd)octreotride used in acute decompensated heart failure is
    ans brain natriuretic peptide analogue
    3. which of the following is true for actroetide
    ans is orally active
  50. sadiq ali

    sadiq ali Guest

    investigation of chocie to diagnose amyloidosis
    ans is RECTAL BIOPSY..
    wat wd u get on bone marrow biopsy in an AMYLOIDOSIS..
    and PLASMACYTOSIS

    type 1 hypersensitivity caused by
    ans IGE
    arthus reaction is
    ans localised immune complex deposition disease

    drug of choice in mushroom poisoning
    ans atropine

    child with blue eyes fair skin.. urine gives gren colour with ferric chloride diagosisis
    ans PHENLKETONURIA

    which of the following does not acts through NA+ CHANNEl antiepileptic
    1.phenytoin.
    2.vaproic acid.
    3.vigabarin
    4.lamotrigine

    which of the following is not a epileptic
    1.phenobarbitone.
    2.carbamazepine
    3.phenytoin
    4.FLUNARIZINE
    ans flunarizine

    which of the following antiepileptics are contraindicatd in pregnancy EXCPET..
    1.phenobarbitone
    2.phenytoin
    3.carbamezapine
    4.valproic acid
    ans. phenobarbitone
    doc in pregnancy

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