AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 15 of 25)

  1. Wide split S2 is seen in

    1. Endocardial cushion defect

    2. Ebstien anomaly

    3. Transposition of great vessels

    4. Anomalous origin of pulmonary artery

    5. Truncus arteriosis

  2. True about Hepatocellular carcinoma is/are

    1. Most commonly associated with HBV/HCV

    2. Cirrhosis is usually predisposing

    3. Fibrolamellar variety is not associated with cirrhosis

    4. Less propensity of vascular invasion

    5. Alcoholic cirrhosis does not predispose to cancer

  3. Immunoflourence test in skin is positive in

    1. Scabies

    2. Lichen planus

    3. Pemphigus vulgaris

    4. Erythema Multiforme

    5. Atopic dermatitis

  4. Mucous lesions are seen in

    1. Secondary syphilis

    2. Dermatitis herpetiformis

    3. Psoriasis

    4. Pemphigus

    5. Porphyria

  5. Loosers zones are seen

    1. Osteoporosis

    2. Hyperparathyrodism

    3. Osteomalacia

    4. Multiple myeloma

    5. Pagets

  6. Osteoarthritis commonly involves

    1. Proximal interphalengeal joint

    2. Distal interphalyngeal joint

    3. 1st carpophalegeal joint

    4. Wrist joint

    5. Distal radioulnar joint

  7. Early morning stiffness is seen in

    1. Osteoarthritis

    2. Ankylosing spondylitis

    3. Rheumatoid arthritis

    4. SLE associated arthritis

    5. Psoriasis

  8. Fracture of talus without displacement in X ray would give rise to

    1. Avascular necrosis of Body of talus

    2. Avascular necrosis of neck of talus

    3. Osteoarthritis of ankle

    4. Osteonecrosis of head of talus

  9. McMurray's test is positive in damage to

    1. Anterior cruciate ligament

    2. Posterior cruciate ligament

    3. Medial semilunar cartilage

    4. Lateral semilunar cartilage

    5. Popliteal bursa

  10. In anterior cruciate ligament tear which of the following tests are positive

    1. Lachmans Test

    2. Mcmurray's test

    3. Pivot test

    4. Anterior drawers test