AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 20 of 25)

  1. 13-cis retinoic acid is used in as

    1. Chemoprophylactic

    2. Chemotherapeutic

    3. Radiosensitive

    4. Radioprotective

    5. Immuno stimulant

  2. In patient suffering through CML the heamoglobin level falls from 11gm% to 4 gm%, in a short span of time. Also the spleen shows an increase in size. The cause for this could be

    1. Accelerated CML

    2. CML in blast crisis

    3. Ineffective erthropoiesis

    4. Myelofibrosis

    5. Infection

  3. True regarding Legionella pneumonia include

    1. It occurs in epidemics

    2. It is treated by penicillin

    3. It is associated with splenomegaly

    4. Can be easily diagnosed from sputum

    5. More common in children

  4. Chordoma commonly involves which of the following sites

    1. Dorsal spine

    2. Clivus

    3. Lumbar spine

    4. Sacrum

    5. Cerical spine

  5. True about oocyte is

    1. It is also called primordial follicle

    2. Formed after a single meiotic division

    3. Maximum in number during the 5th month fetus

    4. It is in prophase arrest

    5. Also known as blastocyst

  6. Ovary develops from

    1. Mullerian duct

    2. Genital ridge

    3. Genital tubercle

    4. Mesonephric duct

    5. Sinovaginal bulbs

  7. Turcots syndrome is associated with

    1. Duodenal polyps

    2. Familial adenosis

    3. Brain tumors

    4. Villous adenomas

    5. Hyperplastic polyps

  8. Black gun powder all of the following are found except

    1. Charcoal

    2. Pottassium nitrate

    3. Sulphur

    4. Lead peroxide

    5. Arsenic

  9. Haab's straie is seen in

    1. Angle closure glaucoma

    2. Infantile glaucoma

    3. Stargardt's disease

    4. Disciform keratitis

    5. Leber's disease

  10. In a young patient presenting with recurrent vitreous heamorrage

    1. Eales disease

    2. CRVO

    3. Proliferative retinopathy

    4. Coats disease

    5. Episcleritis