AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 1 of 25)

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  1. ALL is predisposed to by

    1. Blooms syndrome

    2. Fanconi's syndrome

    3. Ataxic telengectasia

    4. Turners syndrome

    5. Diamond blackfan syndrome

  2. Klinefelters syndrome is associated with

    1. XXY

    2. Male phenotype

    3. Infertility

    4. Azoospermia

    5. Bar body absent

  3. True about testicular feminization is/are

    1. Testes present

    2. Female phenotype

    3. XY

    4. Secondary amennorhea

    5. Uterus present

  4. The activity of the following enzymes is decreased in starvation

    1. Acy carnitine tranferase

    2. Lipoprotien lipase

    3. Citrate cleavage enzyme

    4. Fatty acid synthase

    5. Phosphoglucomutase

  5. Regarding laryngomalacia true is/are

    1. Most common cause of stridor in newborn

    2. Sigma shaped epiglottis

    3. Inspiratory stridor

    4. Most require surgery

    5. Stridor worsens on lying in prone position

  6. When acute appendicitis is suspected it can be confirmed by

    1. Clinical examination

    2. Ultrasound

    3. CT scan

    4. TLC and DLC

    5. Upper GI endoscopy

  7. A female presenting with history of rash and polyarthritis. It is associated with

    1. Antinuclear antibody

    2. RA factor is positive

    3. Bad obstetric history

    4. Increased PTT

    5. HLA B 27

  8. All of the following are blood buffers except

    1. Phosphates

    2. Plasma proteins

    3. Bicarbonates

    4. Oxygen

    5. Heamoglobin

  9. Supine hypotension is seen in

    1. Obesity

    2. Ascites

    3. Abdominal tumors

    4. Pregnancy

    5. Bradycardia

  10. Lipid lowering drugs act on

    1. HMG coA synthetase

    2. HMG coA reductase

    3. Mevalonate kinase

    4. Lipase

    5. Acyl coA transferase