AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 18 of 25)

  1. Which of the following are associated with increased risk of colorectal cancer

    1. Increased intake of animal fat

    2. Aspirin intake

    3. Enteric colitis

    4. Amoebic colitis

    5. Ulcerative colitis

  2. True about amoebic colitis is/are

    1. Commonly caused by entameoba histolytica

    2. Cyst found in soil contains 8 nuclei

    3. Flask shaped ulcers are found

    4. Most common site is the ceacum

    5. Is premalignant

  3. Premalignant lesions of skin include

    1. Leukoplakia

    2. Bowens disease

    3. Pagets disease of nipple

    4. Psoriasis

    5. Pemphigus

  4. In the diagnosis of filariasis the blood sample collected for identification of microfilaria is stored in/as

    1. Citrated blood

    2. EDTA

    3. Oxalated blood

    4. Heparinized blood

    5. Defibrinogenated blood

  5. Secondary messengers include

    1. cAMP

    2. IP3

    3. DAG

    4. cGMP

    5. ADP

  6. Increased severity of mitral stenosis is demonstrated by

    1. Loud S1

    2. Increased S2-OS gap

    3. Prolonged diastolic murmur

    4. S3

    5. S4

  7. Left sided pleural effusion is seen

    1. Pancreatitis

    2. Rheumatoid lung

    3. Hypoproteinosis

    4. CHF

    5. Pulmonary artery obstruction due to emboli

  8. True about Quinsy is/are

    1. Penicillin is used in treatment

    2. Abcess is located within the capsule

    3. Occurs bilaterally

    4. Immediate tonsillectomy is advised

    5. Patient presents with toxic features and drooling of saliva

  9. Transudative pleural effusion is seen

    1. Renal artery stenosis

    2. Nephrotic syndrome

    3. SLE

    4. Rheumatoid arthritis

  10. Live attenuated vaccines are

    1. Sabin vaccine

    2. BCG

    3. Varicella

    4. H. Infleunza

    5. HBV