Online Test Series 76

• 1. Question
Which of the following statements is true of primary grade IV-V vesicoureteric reflux in young children?
• 1. Postnatal scarring may occur even in the absence of urinary tract infections
• 2. Renal scarring usually begins in the midpolar regions
• 3. Oral amoxicillin is the antibiotic of choice for prophylaxis
• 4. Long term outcome is comparable in patients treated with either antibiotic prophylaxis or surgery
• 2. Question
A 15-year old female presented to the emergency department with history of recurrent epistaxis, hematuria and hematochezia. There was a history of profuse bleeding from the umbilicus stump at birth. Previous investigations revealed normal prothrombin time, activated partial thromboplastin time, thrombin time and fibrinogen levels. Her platelet counts as well as platelet function tests were normal but urea clot lysis test was positive. Which one of the following clotting factor is most likely to be deficient?
• 1. Factor XI
• 2. Factor X
• 3. Factor XIII
• 4. Factor XII
• 3. Question
The cysts in Polycystic Ovarian syndrome are formed by:
• 1. Multiple corpus lutea
• 2. Oocyte proliferation
• 3. Cystic degeneration of ovarian cortex
• 4. Failure of atretic follicles to undergo apoptosis
• 4. Question
ln acute pulmonary embolism, the most frequent ECG finding is:
• 1. S1Q3T3 pattern
• 2. Right axis deviation
• 3. P pulmonale
• 4. Sinus tachycardia
• 5. Question
Which one of the following in the characteristic feature of juvenile myoclonic epilepsy?
• 1. Associated absence seizures are present in majority of patients
• 2. Myoclonic seizures frequently occur in the morning
• 3. Complete remission is common
• 4. Response to anticonvulsants is poor
• 6. Question
The endotoxin of the following gram negative bacteria does not play any part in the pathogenesis of the natural disease:
• 1. Escherichia coli
• 2. Klebsiella sp.
• 3. Vibrio cholerae
• 4. Pseudomonas aeruginosa
• 7. Question
A 35 year old woman presents with primary infertility and mass per abdomen. CA 125 level is 90U/ml. Most probable diagnosis is?
• 1. Tuberculosis
• 2. Endometrioma
• 3. Ovarian cancer
• 4. Borderline ovarian tumor
• 8. Question
Which one of the following is the description used for the term allodynia during pain management?
• 1. Absence of pain perception
• 2. Perception of an ordinarily non noxious sitmulus as severe pain
• 3. Complete lack of pain sensation
• 4. Unpleasant sensation with or without a stimulus
• 9. Question
5-HIAA is a metabolite of:
• 1. Dopamine
• 2. Serotonin
• 3. Epinephrine
• 4. Histamine
• 10. Question
Plethoric lung fields are seen in all of the following conditions, except:
• 1. Ebsteins’ anomaly
• 2. Atrial septal defect (ASD)
• 3. TAPVC (Total Anomalous Pulmonary venous connection)
• 4. Ventricular septal defect
• 11. Question
A hoursewife ingests a rodenticide white powder accidentally. She is brought to hospital where the examination shows generalized, flaccid paralysis and an irregular pulse. ECG shows multiple ventricular ectopics, generalized changes with ST-T. Serum potassium is 2.5 m Eq/L. The most likely ingested poison is:
• 1. Super warfarins
• 2. Zinc phosphide
• 3. Barium carbonate
• 4. Aluminium phosphide
• 12. Question
A Physician, after examining a group of patients of a certain disease, classifies the condition of each one as “Normal’, ‘Mild’, Moderate’ or ‘Severe’. Which one of the following is the scale of measurement that is being adopted for classification of the disease condition?
• 1. Interval
• 2. Ordinal
• 3. Ratio
• 4. Nominal
• 13. Question
Which side effect is commonly seen with fentanyl?
• 1. Tachycardia
• 2. Chest wall rigidity
• 3. Pain in abdomen
• 4. Hypertension
• 14. Question
Air borne contact dermatitis can be diagnosed by:
• 1. Prick test
• 2. Patch test
• 3. Estimation of serum IgE levels
• 4. Skin biopsy
• 15. Question
Which of the following drugs is contraindicated in a patient with raised intracranial pressure?
• 1. Midazolarn
• 2. Propofol
• 3. Thiopentone
• 4. Ketamine