AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 4 of 25)

  1. High hepatic extraction ration is seen

    1. Propranolol

    2. Lidocaine

    3. Diazepam

    4. Phenytoin

    5. Theophylline

  2. The amino acid which is associated with atherosclerosis

    1. Arginine

    2. Homocysteine

    3. Cysteine

    4. Tryptophan

    5. Alanine

  3. Varicose viens are seen in

    1. Deep vein thrombosis

    2. Superficial venous thrombosis

    3. AV fistula

    4. Prolonged standing

    5. Hypertension

  4. Superficial perineal muscles include

    1. Superficial transverse peroneii

    2. Bulbospongiosis

    3. Ischiocavernosis

    4. Iliococcygeous

    5. Pubococcygeous

  5. The visual pathway consists of all of the following except

    1. Optic tract

    2. Geniculocalcerine fissure

    3. Lateral geniculate body

    4. Inferior colliculous

    5. Pretectal region

  6. Plantar flexion is brought about by which of the following muscles

    1. Plantaris

    2. Flexor hallucis longus

    3. Tibialis anterior

    4. Peroneus brevis

    5. Soleus

  7. Adductors of the vocal cords include

    1. Posterior cricoaretenoids

    2. Cricothyroid

    3. Anterior cricoaretenoids

    4. Aretenoepiglottis

    5. Transverse cricoaretenoids

  8. Branches of anterior internal iliac arteries include

    1. Posterior gluteal

    2. Uterine

    3. Obturator

    4. Pudendal

    5. Iliolumbar

  9. In a CT scan cut section at the level of the celiac trunk, which of the following structures can be identified

    1. Pancreas

    2. Gall bladder

    3. Inferior vena cava

    4. Duodenum

    5. Portal vien

  10. In oculomotor nerve palsy, which of the following causes can be implicated

    1. Posterior communicating artery aneurysm

    2. Tolosa Hunt syndrome

    3. Midbrain infarct

    4. Pons Infarct

    5. Lateral medullary lesions