AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 6 of 25)

  1. In a patient with acute arsenic poisoning which of the following strictures would show accumulation of arsenic

    1. Liver

    2. Bone marrow

    3. Skin

    4. Kidney

    5. Brain

  2. Both hepatic and renal failures can be caused by which of the following

    1. Paracetamol toxicity

    2. Carbon tetrachloride

    3. Arsenic

    4. Copper sulphate

    5. Silver nitrate

  3. Chronic arsenic poisoning causes

    1. Pure sensory neuropathy

    2. Pure Motor neuropathy

    3. Mixed motor and sensory neuropathy

    4. Painful neuropathy

    5. Hyperkeratosis

  4. Widmarks formula is used for estimation of

    1. Cocaine

    2. Arsenic

    3. Alcohol

    4. Carbon monoxide

    5. Lead

  5. McNaughtens rule is applicable in

    1. Calculating length of fetus

    2. In estimating stature

    3. In insanity

    4. In dactylography

    5. To detect metals

  6. Not seen in Wrights stain is

    1. Reticulocytes

    2. Basophilic stippling

    3. Heinz bodies

    4. Howell jolly bodies

    5. Clot rings

  7. Motor neuropathy is caused by

    1. Dapsone

    2. Cisplatin

    3. Arsenic

    4. Lead

    5. Hypothyroidism

  8. Tardy ulnar nerve palsy is caused by

    1. Supracondylar

    2. Lateral condyle

    3. Olecranon

    4. Distal radioulnar dislocation

    5. Medial condylar

  9. Hb A2 is increased in

    1. Alpha thallessemia

    2. Iron deficiency anemia

    3. Beta thallessemia

    4. Sickle cell trait

    5. Megaloblastic anemia

  10. Metaphysical lesions seen commonly are

    1. Metaphyseal fractures

    2. Osteomyelitis

    3. Osteosarcoma

    4. Ewings sarcoma

    5. Osteoclastoma