AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 10 of 25)

  1. Universal finding in Asthma is

    1. Hypoxia

    2. Hypercarbia

    3. Hypoxemia

    4. Respiratory acidosis

    5. Metabolic acidosis

  2. Which of the following are seen in DIC

    1. Increased PT

    2. Increased BT

    3. Decreased fibrinogen degradation products

    4. Normal platelet count

    5. Decreased fibrinogen

  3. True regarding postmenopausal osteoporosis is/are

    1. Decreased Vitamin D

    2. Decreased calcium

    3. Normal serum chemistries

    4. Decreased Vitamin C

    5. Ammenorrhea

  4. Varicose veins are seen in

    1. Deep vein thrombosis

    2. Superficial venous thrombosis

    3. AV fistula

    4. Prolonged standing

    5. Hypertension

  5. Trendlenburgs test is positive in

    1. Saphenofemoral incompetence

    2. Perforator incompetence above knee

    3. Deep vein incompetence

    4. Perforator incompetence below knee

    5. Superficial thrombophlebitis

  6. True regarding A-V fistula is/are

    1. Leads to cardiac failure

    2. Local gigantism

    3. Causes ulcers

    4. Causes excess bleeding on injury

    5. Closes spontaneously

  7. The causes of dilated cardiomyopathy are

    1. Viral myocarditis

    2. Amylodosis

    3. Alcohol

    4. Lofflers endocarditis

    5. Post partum cardiomyopathy

  8. In comparison between restrictive cardiomyopathy and constrictive pericarditis they are differentiated as in constrictive pericarditis

    1. The diastolic pressures are equalized

    2. There is mild pericardial effusion

    3. The pulmonary artery pressure is lesser then 50 mmHg

    4. Presence of right heart failure

    5. Associated with septal hypertrophy

  9. True regarding inverted papilloma is

    1. Common in children

    2. Arises from the lateral wall

    3. Always benign

    4. Can be premalignant

    5. Causes obstruction in nose

  10. Which of the following are true about carcinoma larynx

    1. The glottic carcinoma is the MC

    2. Supraglottic has the best prognosis

    3. Lymphatic spread is most common in the subglottic type

    4. T1 tumor involving the glottis is best treated with radiotherapy only

    5. Lymphatic spread is most common in supraglottic type