Neet pg sample questions

Q-1 A 65-year-old man with diabetes, on an oral hypoglycemic, presents to the ER with a
sports-related right shoulder injury. His heart rate was noted to be irregular and the
following ECG was obtained.
The best immediate therapy is
a. Atropine b. Pacemaker c. Digoxin d. Observation
Q-2 The patient pictured below presents with gynecomastia and infertility. On exam, he has
small, firm testes. Which of the following is correct?
a. The patient is likely to have low levels of gonadotropins
b. The patient has Turner syndrome
c. His most likely karyotype is 47 XXY
d. The patient will have normal sperm count and testosterone

Q-3 Retinitis pigmentosa is a hereditary disorder,which affects the photoreceptors (the rods and
the cones) in the retina. These photoreceptors are located in which of the numbered layers in
a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5
Q-4 The structure indicated by arrow 1 in Fig is which
of the following vessels?
a. Brachiocephalic artery b. Left brachiocephalic vein
c. Left common carotid artery d. Right brachiocephalic vein
Q-5 Which of the following syndromes do not constitute ‘Stroke’ as per WHO definition :-
a. Transient ischaemic attack (TIA) b. Subarachnoid haemorrhage
c. Hemiplegia d. Monoplegia

Q-6 Angiogram of the cerebral vasculature is given below.
A large tumor in the foramen magnum may decrease blood flow in which artery?
a. A b. B c. C d. D
Q-7 In relation to epidemiology of cancers, all of the following statements are true ; except :-
a. Occupational exposures account for 5-10% of human cancers.
b. Erythroplakia is a precancerous lesion of oral cancer.
c. Genital warts act as risk factor for cervical cancer.
d. Early menarche and late menopause are risk factors for breast cancer.
Q-8 Which is the most reliable test for screening of the population for diabetes mellitus :-
a. Urine examination for glycosuria b. Fasting blood sugar
c. Random blood sugar d. Glucose tolerance test
Q-9 Which of the following is the commonest cause of infant mortality rate in India :-
a. Acute respiratory infections b. Diarrhoea
c. Congenital anomalies d. Low birth weight
Q-10 A 38-year-old man presents with intensely itchy elbows and knees. He states that this has
been going on for the past 2 weeks and is interfering with his life to the point that he
cannot take it any longer. Systemic enquiry reveals past episodes of malabsorption relieved
by a wheatfree diet. He is not allergic to any medication and maintains a gluten-free diet.
The most likely cause of his itch is:
a. Atypical eczema. B. Psoriasis. C. Dermatitis herpetiformis. D. Scabies.
Q-11 A 35-year-old male presents with a 4-cm laceration to his left cheek 2 cm below his lower
eyelid. You explain to him that you would like to perform regional anesthesia to numb his
face. Which of the following describes the appropriate procedure?
a. A mental block can be performed by injecting 2 cc of lidocaine with epinephrine near the
mental foramen.
b. An infraorbital block can be performed by injecting 8 cc of lidocaine with epinephrine
near the infraorbital foramen.
c. A mental block can be performed by injecting 6 cc of lidocaine with epinephrine near the
mental foramen.
d. An infraorbital block can be performed by injecting 3 cc of lidocaine near the infraorbital
Q-12 Most frequently used approach for the drainage of felon is?
a. A J-type or “hockey stick” incision. B. Through and through lateral incision.
c. “Fishmouth” incision. D. Unilateral longitudinal incision.