AIIMS Solved Paper 2011 (Part 17 of 20)

  1. In “bounce off” test of knee joint, end feel is described as all except?

    1. Bony

    2. Springy

    3. Firm

    Answer: b

  2. Nitrogen narcosis occurs due to?

    1. None

    2. Increased affinity of neurons for nitrogen

    3. Inhibits enzyme dismutase

    4. large production of NO

    Answer: b

  3. True about prolactinoma in pregnancy all except?

    1. Most common pituitary tumors, hardly cause any effect

    2. Increasing level of prolaction show bad prognosis

    3. In pregnancy size increases

    4. Size of about macro adenoma

    Answer: b

  4. Not a side effect of naloxone?

    1. Hypertension

    2. Seizures

    3. Pulmonary edema

    4. N/A

    Answer: n/a

  5. Non progressing contraction of esophagus is

    1. Primary

    2. Secondary

    3. Tertiary

    4. Quarternary

    Answer: n/a

  6. True about shunt vessels:

    1. Play a role in thermoregulation

    2. Role in nutrition distribution

    3. Present in all vital organs

    4. No autonomic nervous regulation

    Answer: a

  7. A lady comes for antenatal checkup in 1st trimester and has no other complaints except lymphadenopathy. Spiramycin was prescribed but there is no improvement. However the baby was born with hydrocephalus and cerebral calcification. Most probable cause?

    1. CMV

    2. Toxoplasmosis

    3. Rubella

    4. HSV

    Answer: b

  8. Fine reticulate pigmentation with palmar pitting is seen in?

    1. Cockayne syndrome

    2. Blooms syndrome

    3. Dowling Degos syndrome

    4. Thompson Edmund syndrome

    Answer: n/a

  9. 12 yr female with 3 + proteinuria, lipiduria and hyaline casts but no hematuria. Which of the following is true?

    1. Low C3 levels expected

    2. No deposits of IgG and C3

    3. Nephritic syndrome

    4. IgA nephropathy

    Answer: n/a

  10. Drugs not used in pregnancy are all except

    1. Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors

    2. Angiotensin receptor blockers

    3. Aldosterone

    4. Propylthiouracil

    Answer: d