Karnataka PG Solved Paper 2004 (Part 6 of 20)

  1. In Ranson's criteria to predict severity of acute pancreatitis:

    1. A serum amylase that is 4 times normal is significant

    2. Serum amylase level is not a a criteria

    3. Rising serum amylase level are important

    4. Serum amylase equals urine amylase

    Answer: b

  2. Non. Propulsive peristalsis is feature of:

    1. Paralytic ileus

    2. Impacted faeces

    3. Mesenteric vascular occlusion

    4. Incarceration

    Answer: c

  3. The operative wound after surgery for gangrenous, perforated appendicitis is best managed by:

    1. Primary suture

    2. Delayed primary closure

    3. Healing by secondry intention

    4. Antibiotic lavage

    Answer: b

  4. A thrombosed external haemorrhoid (or perianal haematoma) is:

    1. Painless, with gradual onset

    2. The 5 days, painful, self curing lesion

    3. Part of internal haemorrhoids

    4. A sentinel pile

    Answer: b

  5. The ratio of males to female in the incidence of strangulated inguinal hernia in infancy is:

    1. 5: 1

    2. 1: 2

    3. 2: 1

    4. 1: 5

    Answer: d

  6. Treatment of intracapsular FRACTURE in a man aged 60 years:

    1. Dynamic hip screw fixation

    2. Total hip replacement

    3. Hemiarthroplasty

    4. Austin Moore pinning

    Answer: c

  7. Barlows test is done to diagnose:

    1. C. D. H.

    2. Cruciate ligament tear

    3. Shoulder dislocation

    4. Ankle joint instability

    Answer: a

  8. Osteochondritis of lunate bone is known as:

    1. Perthes disease

    2. Osgood schlatters disease

    3. Kohler's disease

    4. Kienbock's disease

    Answer: d

  9. Spine ventosa is caused by:

    1. Leprosy

    2. Defect in the spine

    3. Tuberculosis

    4. Gout

    Answer: c

  10. Calcification of inter vertebral disc is a feature of:

    1. Ankylosing spondilitis

    2. Hyper parathyroidis

    3. Charcot's disease

    4. Alkaptonuria

    Answer: d