AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 2 of 25)

  1. Sterilizing agents include

    1. Cyclohexidene

    2. Ethelyne oxide

    3. Diethyl ether

    4. Gallamine

  2. A patient presenting with a fasting blood sugar of 180 and post prandial sugar of 260. The management in his case include

    1. Glibenclamide

    2. Diet therapy + exercise

    3. Diet therapy + exercise + metphormin

    4. Insulin

    5. Chlorpropamide

  3. IgE is secreted by

    1. Mast cells

    2. Eosinophils

    3. Plasma cells

    4. Basophils

    5. Neutrophils

  4. Classical complement pathway is activated by

    1. IgG

    2. IgA

    3. IgM

    4. IgE

    5. IgD

  5. 3rd nerve palsy is caused by

    1. Posterior communicating artery aneurysm

    2. Mid brain infarct

    3. Lateral medullary lesions

    4. Pons infarct

    5. Cerebellar tumors

  6. Bilateral enlarged kidneys are seen in

    1. Chronic glomerulonephritis

    2. Pyelonephritis

    3. Benign nephrosclerosis

    4. Polycystic kidneys

    5. Amylodosis

  7. Trophic ulcers are caused by

    1. Leprosy

    2. Deep vien thrombosis

    3. Burgers disease

    4. Secondary syphilis

  8. Burgers disease is associated with

    1. Smoking

    2. Poor nutrition

    3. Alcoholic

    4. Prolonged standing

    5. Superficial thrombophlebitis

  9. Hormones secreted by adrenal medulla are

    1. Glucagon

    2. Epinephrine

    3. Cortisol

    4. Insulin

    5. Thyroxine

  10. Hemithorax opacity with contralateral shift of mediastinum is

    1. Massive pleural effusion

    2. Consolidation

    3. Collapse of lung

    4. Large mass

    5. Pneumothorax