NIMHANS PG Paper 2002 (Part 6 of 14)

  1. In a patient with subclavian steel syndrome true is

    1. The flow of blood in the vertebral arteries is normal

    2. The BP is decreased on the ipsilateral side

    3. The patients commonly present with cluadication features

    4. The patients commonly present with neurological features

  2. In a patient with cervical disc prolapse the management includes

    1. Immediate restrictive exercises

    2. Skeletal traction and manipulation

    3. Immediate surgery to prevent neurological complications

    4. Medical management only

  3. True regarding lymphatics is

    1. Arise just below the derrnis

    2. Flow is because of pulsation of arteries and muscular contractions

    3. RBC's and WBC's are not seen in the lymphatic flow

    4. These are valveless

  4. Vitamin D deficiency is caused by all of the following except

    1. Cirrhosis

    2. Celiac sprue

    3. Hypoprotienemia

    4. CRF

  5. True regarding osteosarcoma is

    1. Pain is 1st due to pathologic fractures

    2. 10% arise from pagets disease

    3. Spread is mainly by lymphatic route

    4. Most common site is Diaphysis of femur

  6. True about follicular carcinoma is

    1. Discrete capsule excludes carcinoma

    2. Multicentricity same as in papillary carcinoma

    3. Spreads more to distal sites then to the regional lymphnodes

    4. FNAC is very useful in making a diagnosis

  7. In a 3yr child fever with nuchal rigidity and other signs of meningitis is most likely caused by which of the following

    1. Gram negative bacilli

    2. Gram positive bacilli

    3. Gram positive cocci

    4. Gram negative cocci

  8. In a patient with eye opening to pain, no motor and verbal response the GCS score is

    1. 3

    2. 4

    3. 5

    4. 6

  9. In a lady presenting with preeclampsia all of the following drugs can be used in treatment except

    1. Labetalol

    2. Methyl dopa

    3. Enalapril

    4. Hydralizine

  10. In trauma to chest the region of aorta most commonly injured is

    1. The site of origin of the aorta

    2. The descending aorta where it is passing though the diaphragm

    3. The arch just distal to the attachment of the ligamentus arteriosis

    4. Ascending aorta