TARGET AIIMS NOV.2014

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    samuel New Member

    A 65 year old man presenting with complaints of chest pain fever, cough with sputum. O/E of sputum pus cells with gram positive cocci present. Blood agar showed positive result. How will you differentiate this from other gram positive cocci?
    a) Bacitracin sensitivity
    b) Optochin sensitivity
    c) Bile solubility
    d) Positive coagulase

    All are true about aneuploidy except –
    a) 30-40% of trisomy 21 fetus die between 12 weeks and 40 weeks
    b) 50-60% of trisomy 18 fetus die between 12 weeks and 40 weeks
    c) Occurrence of triploidy has no relation with the progression of mother’s age
    d) In previous pregnancy with trisomy 21 due to non disjunction, the risk in future pregnancy is .75% higher

    3.All of the following statements regarding progressive multifocal leucoencephalopathy are true except -
    a) Patient commonly presents with visual disturbances and speech defects
    b) It is most commonly seen in immunocompromised persons
    c) Exclusively diagnosed by brain biopsy
    d) Patient usually dies within 6 months

    4.Formication and delusion of persecution, both are together seen in -
    a) LSD psychosis
    b) Amphetamine psychosis
    c) Cocaine psychosis
    d) Cannabis psychosis

    5. Leprosy involves all except:
    a) Uterus
    b) Ovary
    c) Nerve
    d) Eye

    6.NEUROCYSTICERCOSIS WITH NO EDEMA ON CT :
    1. VESICULAR STAGE
    2. COLLOID STAGE
    3. CALCIFIED NODULAR STAGE
    4. GRANULAR NODULAR STAGE

    Rho-kinase inhibitor :
    A. ranolazine
    B. amiloride
    C. Nicorandil
    D. fasudil

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