A person returns to Delhi from Assam after 2 days and has diarrhoea. Stool examination shows RBCs in Stool. The likely organism is :-
- Enteropathogenic E. coli
- Enterotoxigenic E. Coli
- Salmonella typhi
- Shigella dysentriae
A 28 year old lady has put on weight (10 kg over a period of 3 years ), and has oligomenorrhoea followed by ammenorrhoea for 8 months. The blood pressure is 160/100 mm of Hg. Which of the following is the most appropriate investigations :-
- Serum electrolytes
- Plasma cortisol
- Plasma testosterone and ultrasound evaluation of pelvis
- T3, T4 and TSH
A patient with a history of MI has been diagnosed with locally advanced breast cancer. Which drug will be contraindicated in this case?
- Alkylating agent
- Platinum compound
In a pregnant woman of 28 weeks gestation IUD is earliest demonstrated on X-ray by :-
- Increased flexion
- Overlapping of cranial bone
- Spalding’s sign
- Gas in vessels
A couple has two children affected with tuberous sclerosis. On detailed clinical and laboratory evaluation (including molecular studies) both parents are normal. Which one of the following explain the two affected children in this family?
- Non penetrance
- Uniparental diasomy
- Genomic imprinting
- Germline mosaicism
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