AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 14 of 25)

  1. True about achalasia cardia is/are

    1. Dysphagia is a presenting feature

    2. Absence of auerbachs plexus is the cause

    3. Eosophagectomy is used in treatment

    4. Barium swallow shows irregular filling defect in the lower esophagus

    5. Motility improving agents are used in treatment

  2. Bone marrow transplantation is indicated in

    1. Osteopetrosis

    2. Heamophilia

    3. Mucopolysacharidosis

    4. Ineffective erythropoeisis

    5. Diamond Blackfan syndrome

  3. Pancytopenia is seen in

    1. Aplastic anemia

    2. Megaloblastic anemia

    3. Myelofibrosis

    4. Myelodysplastic syndrome

    5. Diamond Blackfan syndrome

  4. Massive splenomegaly is associated with

    1. Gauchers

    2. Chronic kala azar

    3. CML

    4. Myelodysplastic syndrome

    5. Splenic infarcts

  5. Intravenous gammaglobulins are used in

    1. Myasthenia Gravis

    2. Multiple myeloma

    3. ITP

    4. Takayasu's arteritis

    5. HUS

  6. Perurethral catheterization is indicated in which of the following conditions

    1. Prostatic carcinoma

    2. Urethral trauma

    3. Urethral stricture

    4. Before taking the patient in for appendecectomy

    5. Post op retention

  7. The antigen binding region on the antibody is/are

    1. Hinge region

    2. Constant region

    3. Variable region

    4. Hypervariable region

    5. Idiotype region

  8. ANCA is associated with

    1. Wegeners granulomatosis

    2. Churg struas disease

    3. Microscopic Polyangitis

    4. Takayasu's arteritis

    5. SLE

  9. Find the correct match among the following

    1. ANCA-Takayasu's arteritis

    2. Antihistone antibodies-SLE in the newborn

    3. Naproxone-Pseudoporphyria

    4. Antimitochondrial antibody-PBC

  10. Peripheral pulmonic stenosis is associated with all except

    1. Sub aortic stenosis

    2. Takayasu's arteritis

    3. William's syndrome

    4. Coarctation of aorta

    5. Rubella