AIIMS Solved Paper 2011 (Part 1 of 20)

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  1. What is “cardiac polyp”

    1. Acute infarct

    2. Cardiac aneurysm

    3. Benign tumour

    4. Fibrinous clot in the chamber

    Answer: d

  2. Condition promoting adipocere formation

    1. Dry and hot

    2. Hot and humid

    3. Dry & optimum

    4. Moist & optimum

    Answer: b

  3. Enlarged pulsating liver with ascites occurs in:

    1. Mitral regurgitation

    2. Tricuspid regurgitation

    3. CCF

    4. AR

    Answer: b

  4. In civil negligence, onus of proof is with

    1. Judicial first degree magistrate

    2. Police not below the level of sub inspector

    3. Doctor

    4. Patient

    Answer: d

  5. According to European laryngeal Society, Subligamentous cordectomy is classified as

    1. Type I

    2. Type II

    3. Type III

    4. Type IV

    Answer: b

  6. The technique of laproscopic cholecystectomy was first described by?

    1. Erich Muhe

    2. Phillip Moure

    3. Lanchenback

    4. Eddie Reddick

    Answer: a

  7. Percutaneous vertebroplasty is indicated in all except

    1. Tuberculosis

    2. Metastasis

    3. Osteoporosis

    4. Hemangioma

    Answer: n/a

  8. Degrees awarded by Indian universities are mentioned in

    1. Schedule I of MCI act

    2. Schedule II of MCI act

    3. Part 1 of schedule III

    4. Part 2 of schedule III

    Answer: a

  9. During autopsy, if spinal cord is to be examined what is the most commonly used approach

    1. Anterior

    2. Posterior

    3. Lateral

    4. Antero-lateral

    Answer: b

  10. A 30yr old lady P2L0 with menorrhagia. What is the treatment of choice

    1. Mirena

    2. Combined OCP's

    3. Trans cervical resection of endometria (TCRE)

    4. Hysterectomy

    Answer: b

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