AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 19 of 25)

  1. HIV infection is associated with

    1. Glandular like fever illness

    2. Generalized lymphadenopathy

    3. Gonococcal septicemia

    4. Sinus disease

    5. Presenile dementia

  2. Volume of air taken in and given out during normal respiration is referred to as

    1. Inspiratory reserve volume

    2. Tidal volume

    3. Expiratory reserve volume

    4. Vital capacity

    5. Inspiratory capacity

  3. True regarding idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis is

    1. Decreased FEV1

    2. Decreased FEV/FVC

    3. Decreased DLco

    4. Decreased residual volume

    5. Decreased TLC

  4. Choose the correct match

    1. Mumps-RA 27/3

    2. Rubella-Jeryl lynn strain

    3. Measles-Edmonston Zagreb strain

    4. BCG-Danish 1331 strain

    5. Polio-shwartz strain

  5. Regarding Hypoxemia, it is seen in

    1. Hypoventilation

    2. Decreased FiO2

    3. Myasthenia gravis

    4. Pulmonary emboli

    5. Diazepam over dose

  6. SSPE is associated with

    1. Mumps

    2. Measles

    3. Rubella

    4. Typhoid

    5. Diphtheria

  7. In a patient with CRF which of the following drugs are to be given with caution

    1. Spirinolactone

    2. Amlodipine

    3. Amiloride

    4. Pottasium binding resins

    5. Furesemide

  8. Acute pancreatitis is caused by

    1. Gall stones

    2. Alcohol intake

    3. Starvation

    4. Hyperparathyroid phenomenon

    5. Thyrotoxicosis

  9. A patient was started on antihypertensive treatment develops renal insufficiency, the drug/drugs implicated are

    1. Beta blocker

    2. Alpha blocker

    3. Calcium channel blocker

    4. AT1 antagonist

    5. Enalapril

  10. Woods lamp is used in the diagnosis of

    1. Tinea capatis

    2. Tinea versicolor

    3. Pityriasis rosea

    4. Psoriasis

    5. Lichen planus