Mock Paper - Medical PG Entrace by Dr Chaudhry : Paschim Vihar, New Delhi 110063 T: 1142316457, 9810571993
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For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. In an incised wound fibrils are observed developing parallel to the vessels
A. 24 hours 
B. 48 hours 
C. 48-72 hours 
D. 3-5 days 

2. Recent noble prize for
A. Mitochondrial DNA 
B. RNA 
C. T beta transcription factor 
D. Lipoxin 

3. While taking dying declaration, a doctor should
A. Arrange for the witness. 
B. Call magistrate, 
C. Testify the statements made under sound mind,  
D. Note down the declaration, 

4. Cross examination of prosecution witness is done by,
A. Police. 
B. Prosecutor form Outside, 
C. Public Prosecutor, 
D. Defense Lawyer,  

5. Which of the following bullets leaves a visible mark, so that a person can see it:
A. Tracer bullet 
B. Tandem bullet 
C. Incendiary bullet 
D. Dum dum bullet 

6. According to recent Supreme Court Judgment, Doctor can be charged for Medical Negligence under 304-A, only if :
A. If he is from corporate hospital 
B. If negligence is from inadvertent error 
C. Res Ipsa Loquitor 
D. Gross Negligence 

7. A man was found with suicidal shot on right temple. The gun was in his right han
A. The skull was burst open. There was charring and cherry red coloration in the track inside. What can be said about shot? 
B. Contact Shot 
C. Close shot at a distance of one feet from hand- 
D. Shot within range of smoking 

8. Aconite poisoning causes all except:
A. Tingling and numbness 
B. Increased BP 
C. Chest pain 
D. Hypersalivation 

9. The characteristic burnt rope odour is caused by toxin of
A. Cannabis 
B. Tobacco 
C. Strychnine 
D. Chloral hydrate 

10. Which of the following anti-estrogen drug is used in estrogen receptor positive breast cancer?
A. Tamoxifen 
B. Clomiphene Citrate 
C. Estrogen 
D. Adriamycin 

Medicine
11. A fifty year old man is admitted in emergency ward with acute myocardial infarction. Which of the following drug is used as acute reperfusion therapy:
A. Aspirin. 
B. Clopidogrel. 
C. Heparin. 
D. Streptokinase 

12. Fever Blister is due to
A. Primary HSV-1 Infection 
B. Varicella Zoaster 
C. Reactivation of HSV-1 Infection 
D. CMV 

13. Intracorpuscular Defect of Erythrocyte
A. Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia 
B. Hereditary Spherocytosis 
C. Microangiopathic Hemolytic Anemia 
D. ITP 

14. In an ablated animal, a researcher injects Myeloid Stem Cells, after the incubation period he finds which type of cells?
A. Lymphocyte 
B. Erythrocyte 
C. Fibroblast 
D. Hematopoietic Stem Cells 

15. A Penicillin allergic patient has Rheumatic Fever. Which of the following drug should be prescribed?
A. Penicillin G 
B. Sulfoxazole  
C. Sulfasalazine 
D. Sulfadiazine 

16. A young boy presents with history of fever, skin rash and diarrhea. Examination of oral cavity shows koplik spots on buccal mucosa. The most likely diagnosis is:
A. Chicken pox. 
B. Diphtheria. 
C. Measles. 
D. Small pox 

17. A lady with cold intolerance and hoarseness of voice was detected with cardiomegaly. Investigation to be done to know the cause is
A. Coronary Angiography 
B. Left Ventricle Angiography 
C. Right Ventricle Angiography 
D. Echocardiography 

18. A patient with Hypertension, comes with severe unilateral headache and vomiting. On MRI, lateralized convex lesion seen. He has neck stiffness. The diagnosis is
A. Intracerebral Hemorrhage 
B. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 
C. Meningitis 
D. meningoencephalites 

19. Photosensitivity is a symptom of Porphyri
A. All of the following enzyme deficiencies have photosensitivity EXCEPT 
B. Uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase 
C. Uroporphyrinogen oxidase 
D. Coproporphyrinogen oxidase 

20. Which of the following is a cause of central cyanosis:
A. Exposure to cold. 
B. Heart failure. 
C. Shock. 
D. Right to left cardiac shunts 

Surgery
Spa=99 m-Tc scan should be performed to determine whether the nodules are hypofunctioning or hyperfunctioning ~Do conservative treatment and leave him and hope for the spontaneous resolution~10%~Liver~Mercurochrome~Used in triage~Neurosurgery consultation~27%~Radicular Cyst~Abdominal trauma
21. A 12 year old girl presents with nodular goiter. Which of the following statements regarding her evaluation and management incorrect?
A. 99 m-Tc scan should be performed to determine whether the nodules are hypofunctioning or hyperfunctioning  
B. Functional thyroid nodules are usually benign 
C. All nodules > 4cm should be resected irrespective of cytology 
D. FNAC should be performed for all nodules > 1cm in diameter 

22. A patient of Crohn's Disease, underwent resection anastomosis. Now presents on 7th post-op day with anastomotic site leak from a fistula. Everyday leakage volume adds up to 150-200ml. There is no intra-abdominal collection and the patient is stable without any complains. What will be the next line of management?
A. Do conservative treatment and leave him and hope for the spontaneous resolution 
B. Perform Laparotomy and check for leakage site and healthy margins 
C. Perform Laparotomy and completely exteriorize the fistula 
D. Perform Laparotomy and place lateral drains and leave 

23. Mortality in emergency abdominal aorta aneurysm repair surgery
A. 10% 
B. 20% 
C. 40%  
D. >50% 

24. A guy driving a car fast suddenly slams on the brakes. He was wearing a seat belt. The most likely organ affected is :
A. Liver 
B. Spleen 
C. Mesentery 
D. Kidney 

25. A new born boy is having lumbosacral meningomyelocele n awaiting the surgical repair. The sac is best protected with sterile guaze piece soaked with
A. Mercurochrome 
B. Tincture benzoin 
C. Methylene blue 
D. Normal saline 

26. Damage control surgery include
A. Used in triage 
B. Surgery avoided to controlled major damage 
C. Minor disability rectiied irst then posted for surgery 
D. Controlled major hemorrhage than disability 

27. The first priority in management of a case of head injury with open fracture of shaft of femur is
A. Neurosurgery consultation 
B. Give IV fluids 
C. Intubation 
D. Splintage of fracture 

28. A child is having circumferential burns over both his thighs , buttocks , face and scalp . Calculate the surface area of the burnt are
A. 27% 
B. 10% 
C. 37% 
D. 45% 

29. Which jaw cyst is pre-malignant?
A. Radicular Cyst 
B. Dental Cyst 
C. Odontogenic keratocyst 
D. Dentigerous Cyst 

30. Which of the following is not an etiological factor for pancreatitis?
A. Abdominal trauma 
B. Hyperlipidemia 
C. Islet cell hyperplasia 
D. Germline mutations in the cationic trypsinogen gene 

Paediatrics
pa=CT scan~Kimura disease~Mycophenolate~Diphtheria~Congenital Hemangioma~A baby born to mother treated with beta blockers ~HIE~Hook worm~CO2 washout~Skin to skin contact
31. A preterm baby has developed seizures on day 2 of life. The best investigation is :
A. CT scan 
B. Transcranial USG 
C. MRI 
D. blood glucose 

32. A 6-year old girl presents with fever for the past 5 days, generalized erythematous rash, strawberry tongue and cervical lymphadenopathy. The most likely diagnosis is
A. Kimura disease 
B. Kawasaki disease  
C. Scarlet fever 
D. Rosie-Dorfman syndrome 

33. A 7 year old child is having steroid DEPENDANT Nephrotic syndrome. His weight is 30 kg and eight of 106 cm. he is having truncal obesity with subcapsular bilateral cataracts. Best drug for this patient:
A. Mycophenolate 
B. Levamisole 
C. Cyclophosphamide 
D. Azathioprine 

34. Bull-neck is seen in severe cases of which of the following?
A. Diphtheria 
B. Tubercular lymphadenitis  
C. Mumps 
D. Goitre 

35. A child with recurrent seizures, palpable plaques in the Ophthalmic and Maxillary distribution. Mother complaints, it is present since birth and not changed since then. Diagnosis is
A. Congenital Hemangioma 
B. Sturge-Weber Syndrome 
C. Infantile Hemangioma 
D. Proteus syndrome 

36. Which of the following babies has the least risk of developing hypoglycemia?
A. A baby born to mother treated with beta blockers  
B. Infant of diabetic mothers 
C. Appropriate for gestational age babies 
D. IUGR babies 

37. Asymmetric Moro's reflex at birth is indicative of
A. HIE 
B. Brain damage 
C. Erb's palsy 
D. Kernicterus 

38. In a rural clinic, a 3-year old girl child is brought by her mother and is emaciated. Her hemoglobin was 5g/dL. The girl also has edema over her knees and ankles with discrete rash on her knees, ankles and elbows. The most likely worm infestation causing these manifestations is
A. Hook worm 
B. Round worm 
C. Whip worm 
D. Pin worm 

39. A Preterm baby with PDA will have all except:
A. CO2 washout 
B. Pulmonary haemorrhage 
C. Necrotising enterocolitis 
D. Bounding pulses 

40. Which of the following is not a component of Kangaroo mother care (KMC)?
A. Skin to skin contact 
B. Supplementary nutrition  
C. Exclusive breast feeding  
D. Early discharge and follow-up 

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