AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 21 of 25)

  1. LMN lesion includes

    1. Dorsal horn cells

    2. Sympathetic ganglia

    3. Peripheral nerve

    4. Gasserian ganglia

    5. Anterior horn cells

  2. Functions of basal ganglia include

    1. Gross motor

    2. Skilled movements

    3. Emotion

    4. Maintaining equilibrium

    5. Co-ordination of movements

  3. Central muscle relaxant acts by

    1. Decreasing nerve conduction

    2. Inhibits spinal polysynaptic reflexes

    3. Blocks conduction across nerve muscle junction

    4. CNS depression

    5. Decreases muscle excitation

  4. Preaneasthetic medication is used for which of the following reasons

    1. It decreases the autonomic reflexes

    2. It helps in anesthesia

    3. Reduce anesthetic side effects

    4. Decrease blood pressure

    5. Prevent tachycardia

  5. In myasthenia gravis which of the following should not be given

    1. Gallamine

    2. Neostigmine

    3. Aminoglycoside antibiotics

    4. Metronidazole

  6. WHO ORS contains

    1. Na + 2.5 gms

    2. K + 1.5 gms

    3. Glucose 20 gm

    4. Sucrose 108 gm %

    5. Potassium bisulphate-90

  7. In IV hyperalimentation given is/are

    1. Hypertonic saline

    2. Fats

    3. Amino acids

    4. Dextrose

    5. Low molecular weight dextran

  8. Health is associated by

    1. Mental peace

    2. Adequate nutrition

    3. Daily moderate physical activity

    4. Yearly blood and urine examination

    5. Less stress

  9. CA-125 is associated with

    1. Carcinoma colon

    2. Ca breast

    3. Ca ovary

    4. Ca lung

    5. Ca pancreas

  10. CEA as a tumor marker is useful in carcinoma colon

    1. Levels give an indication of prognosis after surgery

    2. Extent of tumor

    3. Post op fall in CEA reflects complete clearance of tumor

    4. Follow up after surgery for recurrence

    5. High levels reflect metastasis