NIMHANS PG Paper 2002 (Part 10 of 14)

  1. EEG changes seen correctly matched are

      • Hypsarrhythmia's
      • CJ disease
      • Absent seizures
      • 3 Hz spike and dome pattern
      • Infantile seizures
      • Focal lateralized slow wave discharges
  2. In histolopathology findings correctly matched are

      • Dysplasia
      • Change of histology from one form to another
      • Anaplasia
      • Complete change of cells
      • Metaplasia
      • Involving basement membrane
  3. Drugs with acetyl cholinesterase activity used in alziemers disease are

    1. Donezepil

    2. Galamatine

    3. Piracetam

  4. MRI is contraindicated in

    1. IUD device

    2. 3rd trimester pregnancy

    3. Pace maker implants

  5. Diseases which can lead to dementia

    1. Syphillis

    2. Gonorrhea

    3. Prion disease

  6. Cryptococcus meningitis true is

    1. Cryptococcal memningitis is more common then crypticoccal pneumonia

    2. Leucopenia is a distinct feature

    3. Ketoconazole is used in treatment

  7. Correctly matched stains used include

    1. Giemsa-Pneumocystis carinii

    2. Mucicarmine-leishmaniaisis

    3. Warthin starry-H. Pylori

  8. Enlarged tongue is seen in

    1. Hypothyroidism

    2. Trisomy 21

    3. XII th nerve palsy

  9. Blindness can occur due to

    1. Toxoplasmosis

    2. Cysticercosis

    3. Oncocerciasis

  10. True about carotid artery stenosis is

    1. Bruit relates to severity

    2. Lesion more common in external carotid artery

    3. Surgery is most commonly performed