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AIIMS Solved Paper 2010 (Part 18 of 20)

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  1. Best prognostic factor for head injury is:
    1. Glassgow coma scale
    2. Age
    3. Mode of injury
    4. CT findings

    Answer: a

  2. Most common site of Morgagni hernia:
    1. Right anterior
    2. right posterior
    3. right anterior
    4. left posterior

    Answer: a

  3. About congenital torticollis all are true except:
    1. Always associated with breech extraction
    2. Spontaneous resolution in most cases
    3. rd cases have palpable neck mass at birth
    4. Uncorrected cases develop plagiocephaly

    Answer: a

  4. Psammoma bodies seen in A/E
    1. Follicular CA of thyroid
    2. Papillary CA of thyroid
    3. Serous cystadenocarcinoma of ovary
    4. Meningioma

    Answer: a

  5. Barrett՚s esophagus shows:
    1. Intestinal dysplasia
    2. Intestinal metaplasia
    3. Squamous cell metaplasia
    4. Columnar cell metaplasia

    Answer: b

  6. 50 year old male with positive family history of prostate cancer has come to you for a screening test. The most sensitive screening test to pickup prostate cancer is:
    1. DRE
    2. PSA
    3. DRE + PSA
    4. Endorectal Coil MRI with T1W and T2W images

    Answer: c

  7. Orchidopexy for cryptorchidism is done at the age of:
    1. 1 to 2 years
    2. 5 to 6 years
    3. Puberty
    4. Neonatal period

    Answer: a

  8. Which of the following colonic polyps has no risk for malignancy?
    1. Juvenile polyps
    2. Hamartomatous polyps associated with Peutz-Jegher՚s syndrome
    3. Juvenile polyposis syndrome
    4. Famillial adenomatous polyposis syndrome

    Answer: a

  9. Peutz Jeghers polyps present most commonly in
    1. rectum
    2. colon
    3. esophagus
    4. jejunum

    Answer: d

  10. Congenital hypertrophic pyloric stenosis associated with
    1. hypokalemic acidosis
    2. hypokalemic alkalosis
    3. hyperkalemic acidosis
    4. hyperkalemic alkalosis

    Answer: b