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In patient with increased bleeding time, what could be the cause of bleeding: Prothrombin Deficiency Hemophilia – A Vitamin - K deficiency Protein - C deficiency Von Willebrand's disease 4. What is the nerve supply of tip of nose: Ophthalmic nerve Maxillary nerve Mandibular nerve Facial nerve Cervical plexus 5. Parasympathetic stimulation caused: Bronchodilation Decreased gut motiilty Opens intestinal sphincters Constipation Tachycardia 6. Which of the following is the site of fusion of binocular vision: Optic chiasma Lateral geniculate bodies Retina Visual cortex Optic nerve 7. A newborn baby with hydrocephalus has a swelling in lumbosacral spinal region, which contains neural tissue in it. What could be the probable diagnosis of this patient: Spina bifida Meningocele Meningomyelocele Meningoencephalocele Meningohydroencephalocele 8. Which of the following is most strong antioxidant: Glutathone Vitamin - E Vitamin - C Ceruloplasmin Catalase 9. Most early diagnosis of Vitamin-A deficiency is: Bilot spots in cornea Night blindness Keratomalacia Chielosis Hyperkeratosis 10. A patient presents with recurrent epistaxis. Investigation reveal decreased factors II, VII, IX, X& protein-C which of the following is most likely diagnosis of this condition: Christmas disease Hemophillia Vitamin-K deficiency Von willebrands disease Liver dysfunction 11. On H & E staining a student sees the hallow structure around the nucleus. What it could be: Golgi apparatus Lysosomes Ribosomes Endoplasmic reticulum Mitochondria 12. Bitemproral vision loss is most commonly caused by: Piuitary tumor Crainiopharyngioma Adenoma of hypothalamus Section of optic tract Section of optic nerve 13. A patient has finger like projection on upper lid. Hostopathological report shows epithelial cells along with fibrous element. What is most probable diagnosis: Pappiloma Basal cell carcinoma Squamous cell carcinoma Chalazion Cellulites 14. Parotid gland supplied by: GVA GVE SVE SVA GSA 15. Primary malignant melanoma of the choroids most commonly metastasizes to: Liver Lungs Brain Kidneys Breast 16. A patient develops sensory loss over left side of body. After few days his behavior for pain is changed & he become angry after touching. Where could be the lesion in brain: Right thalamus Internal capsule Cerebral cortex Basal ganglia Midbrain 17. A middle aged male has non-healing wound for long time in presence of regular dressing, random blood sugar is 130 mg/dl. What could be the cause of delayed healing in this patient: Infection Diabetes mellitus High mobility Foreign body in wound Vascular insufficiency 18. In a patient with sympathetic stimulation, what effect will occur on his heart: Decreased rate Coronary vasoconstriction Hyperpolarization of SA node Decreased AV nodal delay Decreased stroke volume 19. Which of the following is diagnostic of granuloma: Giant cells Epithliod cells Multinucleated cells Fibroblasts Caseation 20. Medial orbitotomey is done in a patient with tumor in orbit. Now he is complaining of numbness at upper part of head up to vertex & medial part but medial part is intact. Which of the following nerve is damaged: Supraorbital nerve Supratrochlear nerve Superior orbital nerve Inferior orbital nerve Fascial nerve 21. In inferior wall Myocardial Infraction, which artery should be blocked: Left marginal artery Diagonal artery Right coronary artery Right marginal artery Posterior Interventricular artery 22. Oxygen level in the blood will decrease in: Hypovolumic shock Anemic Hypoxia Hypoxic Hypoxia Congestive Heart Failure Acidosis 23. A male patient has antibodies against FSH RECEPTORS. Which of the following will be lower than normal in this patient: LDL cholesterol Hemoglobin Sperm count Blood Sugar Triglycerides 24. Brucellosis is Transmitted by: Files Raw Fish Unpasteurized Milk Air Borne Blood Transfusion 25. Week pregnant women has Irregular Uterine Contractions. Which of following drugs will be beneficial for this lady: Progesterone Estrogen Prolactin Oxytocin LH 26. The Diagnostic finding on investigations of Metabolic Alkalosis is: HCO3 more then 24meq/L CO2 more then 24meq/L PH less than 7.4 Decreased O2 in blood Increase serum carbonic anhydrase 27. A 6 cm Lump in the breast removed. Four Lymp nodes & skin were involved. Biopsy declared invasive Dectal Carcinoma. This tumor is called HIGH-GRADE because: Lymph node involvement Skin involvement Size of tumor Pleomorphism Duct involvement 28. Which of the following is the characteristic of lgM: It provides mucosal barrier It is in highest concentration in serum It is smallest molecule It is largest Molecule It crosses the placenta 29. Which of following structures in the mouth is derived from Ectoderm: Epithelium of the tongue Submandibular gland Mylohyoid muscle Epithelium of parotid gland Tonsil 30. A young patient’s blood pressure is 150/95. his serum Rennin level is higher than normal. Which of the following is the STIMULUS for this increased level of rennin: Essential hypertension Increased delivery of sodium to Renal tubules Increased sympathetic stimulation via Renal nerves Vasodilatation of Renal arterioles Increased blood flow to the kidneys 31. A young women, complains of Dry mouth & Dry eyes. Which investigation will give clue to her diagnosis: ANA Anti-ANA RA factor Anti - SS A/B ANCA 32. Regarding SA Node: Its resting membrane potential is - 65 to -85 volts It automatically generates impulses, creating rhythmic heartbeat Its membrane is impermeable to Na ions It is supplied by left coronary artery It lies in the septum 33. During the stretch in the Skeletal Muscle, which of the following changes will occur in the Nuclear Bag fiber: They increase impulse generation They remain static They decrease impulse generation They increase oscillation They inhibit muscle contraction 34. which of the following structures is produced in 3rd week of development: Thyroid gland Parathyroid gland Genital ridge Heart tube Tonsil 35. Antibodies are produced by: Lymphocytes Plasma cells T-Cells Neutrophils Endothelium 36. Pulmonary Artery pressure increases in: Exercise Hypoxia Anemia Hypovolumic Shock Hypertension 37. Defect in the formation of Bulbus Cordis resulting all of following EXCEPT: ASD VSD Hypertrophy of right ventricle Congenital cyanosis Transposition of great vessels 38. Regarding the vibration Sense all are correct EXCEPT: It is lost in Diabetes Its fibers are traveling in the dorsal columns Its receptor is Pacinian Corpuscle Its receptor is Meissener's corpuscle Is highly correspond to the bony portions 39. A patient with aplastic anemla is given Anti Lymphocytic Globulin (ALG). One week later he develops Skin rashes, mechanism for presentation: Arthus reaction Type - I Hypersensitivity Type - II Hypersensitivity Type - III Hypersensitivity Type - IV Hypersensitivity 40. The most common site of Fertilization in humans is: Ovary Uterus Fallopian tube Cervix Peritoneal cavity 41. Patients comes with deviation of tongue to right side. Decreased sense of touch and vibrations, the artery commonly involved in brain is: PICA AICA Anterior Spinal Posterior Cerebral Superior Cerebral Artery 42. Most common site of malignancy in patients suffering from nuclear outbreak: Haematopoietic Thyroid Lung Breast Bones 43. Least common site for ectopic pregnancy would be at: Ovaries Pouch of douglus Greater omentum Fallopian tubes Cervix 44. Most sensitive cells to hypoxia are: RBCs Neurons Nephrons WBCs Platelets 45. Following is not a tumor marker: PALP CEA bHCG AFP Acid Phospatase 46. Tyrosine derivative does not include: TSH Adrenaline Nor adrnaline Prolactin Dopamine 47. Organ having least chances of infarction: Lungs Heart Kidneys Liver Spleen 48. Least chances of renal stones is associated with: Hyperlipidemia Hyper PTH Hyper vit.D Infections Hyperurecemia 49. Patient with injury to left 8th cervical segment of spinal cord will not show following sign: Decreased sense of position Vibration below lesion on same side Extensor plantar on left side Dec power of muscles below the lesion on same side Dec sense of pain and temperature belowthe lesion on same side 50. Patient with bone pains having normal Ca, inc Alkaline phosphatase. Most likely suffering from: Pagets disease Hyper PTH Hyper Vit D Bone mets Osteomalacia 51. Bile salts are reabsorbed from the: Duodenum Jejunum Ileum Colon Rectum 52. In Turner syndrome, the genotype would be: XX XO XXY XY XYY 53. Presence of pancreatic tissue in gastric mucosa is termed as: Hamartoma Metaplasia Neoplasia Choriostoma Dysplasia 54. Patient with old history of adenocarcinoma of colon operated for polypectomy, on histologic evaluation pathologist labeled it as benign growth with no chances into malignant transformation, it would be: FAP Villous adenoma Tubular adenoma Tubulovillous Metaplastic polyp 55. Man in suffering from testicular Carcinoma, the lympahtic drainage of testicle is into: Para aortic Lymph nodes Pre aortic Superficial inguinal Internal iliac External iliac Lymph nodes 56. Mesothelioma is associated with: Vinyl chloride Silica Asbestos Copper dust Carbon 57. Foetal period starts after which week: 11th 8th 12th 16th 21st 58. Soldier comes with heavy bleeding. The ideal fluid replacement would be: Packed RBCs Crystallines Colloids Whole blood for 3 days Whole blood for 18 days 59. Vertebrae is derived from: Myotome Sclerotome Dermatome Ectoderm Endoderm 60. Largest total cross-sectional and surface area is of: Artery Arterioles Capillaries Venules Veins 61. Esophagus histology: Covered by squamous ep Has str. sq in upper 1/3 Has 3 layers of muscles Esophageal opening acting as anatomicalsphincter 62. Structures entering thoracic inlet: Accessory nerve Aorta Superior vena cava Azygous Vein Left recurrent laryngeal nerve 63. Example of carrier mediated counter transport: Na - glucose transport Active transport Passive transport H transport Diffusion 64. Alpha recptors effects: Inc HR Lipogenesis Midriasis Piloerector contraction Bronchodilator 65. Hypoglycemia increases: SSK Somatostatin Gastrin VIP Secretin 66. Cushing’s triad: Inc ICP, HTN, Bradycardia Inc ICP, hypoTN, Bradycardia Inc ICP, hypoTN, Tachycardia Inc ICP, HTN, Tachycardia Dec ICP, HTN, Tachycardia 67. Somatostatin dec sec of which hormone: ADH Insulin Oxytocin Prolactin Thyroid hormone 68. Digoxin toxicity: Inc K Inc Mg Dec Ca Dec Na Alkalosis 69. Following is true regarding sterilization: Repeated heating denatures polyvencyl tubings Autoclaving is heating objects at 121 degC at 15 psi for 3min Radiation (UV light) Dry heat Formaldehyde 70. Pt complains of chest pain for more than 30 min. ECG shows changes in V1-V4. It denotes: Anterior wall MI Anterolateral MI Inferior wall MI Lateral wall MI 71. Depolarization of cell is maintained by: Na influx Ca efflux Ca influx K influx Na efflux 72. Spinal cord ends at the level of lower border of: L2 vertebra L3 vertebra L4 vertebra L5 vertebra S1 vertebra 73. Regarding Hyperoxia. All true except: Retrolental fibroplasia Atelectasis Dec surfactant prod CV depression Anemia 74. Pacinian corpuscles related to: Touch Vibration Pressure Rapidly adapting pain Slowly adapting pain 75. Drug that inc extracellular K (moves K out of the cell): Angiotensin H2CO3 Carbonic anhydrase pH Exercise 76. Thirst is decreased by: ADH Aldosterone Ag II Baroreceptor efferent Inc Hematocrit 77. Muscle of quiet inspiration: Diaphragm Rectus abdominis Internal intercostals innermost intercostals External intercostals 78. Dry mouth increases all except: Thrist ADH Ag II Plasma osmolarity Plasma volume 79. Gastric acid is stimulated by: Gastrin CCK Secterin GIP VIP 80. Which of the following fungi produce life threatening infection in patients with diabetics ketoacidosis: Candida Albicans Histoplasmosis Mucor Aspergillus Blastomycosis 81. A patient has non-reactive HBs Ag, non reactiveHBe Ag & reactive anti HBc Ab. This stages of patient indication what: Acute infection Carrier Transient resolving stage of hepatitis Immunized Chronic active disease 82. A Patient has enlaged parotid gland with pain in this region. Which nerve is carrying pain fibers from the parotid gland: Auricuolotemporal nerve Glossopharyngeal nerve Facial Nerve Temporal nerve Greater auricular nurve 83. A Patient has anemia, hyper-segmented Neutrophils on peripheral blood examination & neurological manifestations. Which type of anemia he is suffering from: Folic acid deficiency anemia Iron deficiency anemia Pernicious anemia Thalasemia Autoimmune hemolytic anemia 84. A young child has increased BP in upper limbs while decreased BP in lower limbs. Pulse in also week. What is the probable diagnosis: Preductal coarctation of aorta C..S.D Patent ductus arteriosus Postductal coarctation of aorta Transposition of great vessels 85. In case of typhoid fever of 06 days. Which investigation is of first choice: Widal test Blood culture Typhi dot test Bone marrow culture Urine culture 86. In a patient with diabetes, which is the best antihypertensive drug: Captopril Diuretic Varapamil Propranolol Diltiazim 87. Urine Examination of a patient with diabetes demonstrates. Ketone-bodies. What is the mechanism of formation of these ketone-bodies: Insulin deficiency Hyperglycemia Defective fat metabolism Hypoalbubinemia Defective glucose metabolism 88. After giving blood transfusion, a patient develops hypersensitivity reaction. Which type of hypersensitivity reaction is this: Type I Hypersensitivity Type II Hypersensitivity Type III Hypersensitivity Type IV Hypersensitivity A.D.C.C 89. A Patient develps lesion in the Caudate nucleus. Which is most common clinical feature Indicating this lesion: Chorea Intentional Tremor Resting Tremor Hemiplagia Nystygmus 90. Heme Binds with: Albumin Globulin Hemopexin Heptoglobin Macroglobulin 91. Best pulmonary function test for the asthma is: FEV - 1 Residual volume Tidal volume Vital capacity Inspiratory capacity 92. A pregnant lady develops pain few hours after delivery. E.C.G. shows S1, Q3 and T3. What is another investigation most appropriate for the diagnosis of this case: RF X-Ray Gallium Scan CPK Ultrasound 93. In a patient diarrhea are corrected after the fasting. Which is most likely type of diarrhea: Infectious Psychogenic Osmotic Metabolic Toxic 94. A diabetic Patient is advised fasting blood glucose level. At what value doctor is confusing & needs further evaluation with glucose tolerance test: 04 m mol / L 05 m mol / L 07 m mol / L 10 m mol / L 15 m mol / L 95. A patient has Aphasia & Facial nerve palsy on same side. Which artery is most likely blocked: Anterior cerebral artery Posterior cerebral artery Middle cerebral artery Anterior division of middle cerebral artery Posterior division of middle cerebral artery 96. A young female is having Goiter. She feels difficulty in breathing while lying down. Which type of the goiter she is having: Retrosternal goiter Malignant goiter Toxic goiter Diffuse goiter Simple goiter 97. Regarding L & D sugars: D sugar has - OH on right L sugar has - OH on right D sugar has - OH on left D sugar has no - OH L sugar has no – OH 98. Councilman bodies are formed in the process of: Infection Apoptosis Trauma Necrosis Atrophy 99. A middle aged male presents with joint pain since one week. His serum Uric Acid level is 156 mg/dl. What is the best investigation for confirmation of the diseases: R.F Synovial fluid for polarized light Synovial fluid for Culture & Sensitivity X-Ray of joint E.S.R 100. A patient comes to you in ill condition. His blood pH is 7.3 PCO2 is 44 mmHg & HCO3 is 17 meq/L. What diagnosis you are thinking of this patient: Metabolic alkalosis Metabolic acidosis Respiratory acidosis Compensatory acidosis Compensatory alkalosis Time is Up!