AIIMS Solved Paper 2010 (Part 15 of 20)

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  1. Thalidomide is used in all except

    1. HIV induced peripheral neuropathy

    2. HIV induced mouth ulcer

    3. Bechet's syndrome

    4. Erythema nodosum leprosum

    Answer: a

  2. Which is not an alkylating agent?

    1. 5-FU

    2. Chlorambucil

    3. Melphalan

    4. Cyclophosphamide

    Answer: a

  3. Drug not used in pulmonary hypertension

    1. Calcium channel blocker

    2. Endothelin receptor antagonist

    3. Alpha blocker

    4. Prostacyclin

    Answer: c

  4. Opioid agonist are A/E

    1. Morphine

    2. Codeine

    3. Ketamine

    4. Methadone

    Answer: c

  5. CD4 is not important for which of the following

    1. antibody production

    2. cytotoxicity of T cells

    3. memory B cells

    4. opsonisation

    Answer: d

  6. Characteristic feature of acute inflammation

    1. vasoconstriction

    2. vascular stasis

    3. vasodilatation and increased vascular permeability

    4. margination of leucocytes

    Answer: c

  7. Main feature of chemotaxis is

    1. increased random movement of neutrophils

    2. increased adhesiveness to intima

    3. increased phagocytosis

    4. unidirectional locomotion of neutrophils

    Answer: d

  8. Central organ in apoptosis

    1. mitochondria

    2. nucleus

    3. ER

    4. golgi body

    Answer: a

  9. Coagulative necrosis is seen in

    1. TB

    2. Sarcoidosis

    3. Cryptococcal infection

    4. gangrene

    Answer: a

  10. Best investigation for diagnosing amyloidosis

    1. Rectal biopsy

    2. Colonoscopy

    3. CT scan

    4. Upper GI endoscopy

    Answer: a