AIPPG Paper 2002 (Part 24 of 25)

  1. In rheumatoid arthritis

    1. More common in females

    2. Disease primarily affects cartilage

    3. Involves small and large joints

    4. Presence of RA factor is diagnostic

  2. Hepatic infarcts are seen in

    1. Chronic passive venous congestion

    2. Acute Budd Chiarri syndrome

    3. Septicemia

    4. Hepatoveno-occlusive disease

    5. Extra hepatic biliary obstruction

  3. The surgical lobes of liver are divided on the basis of

    1. Hepatic vein

    2. Hepatic artery

    3. Bile ducts

    4. Hepatic portal vein

    5. Central vein

  4. Most important diameters of pelvis during labor is/are

    1. Interspinous diameter in mid pelvis

    2. Oblique diameter in inlet

    3. AP diameter at outlet

    4. Transtubercular diameter

    5. Intertubercular diameter

  5. Pubertal menorrhagia is managed by

    1. Progesterone

    2. Estrogen and progesterone

    3. GnRH

    4. Danazol

    5. Surgery

  6. Bilateral breast carcinoma is caused by

    1. Scirrhous carcinoma

    2. Medullary carcinoma

    3. Lobular carcinoma

    4. Intra ductal carcinoma

    5. Paget's disease

  7. Enucleation is done in all of the following except

    1. Retinoblastoma with glaucoma

    2. Dystoma of ciliary body

    3. Vitreous hemorrhage

    4. Malignant melanoma

    5. Malignant glaucoma

  8. Familial Retinoblastoma is associated with

    1. Presents at later age

    2. More commonly bilateral

    3. Associated with other malignancies

    4. Better prognosis

    5. Is due to mutation

  9. Continous variables are depicted graphically as

    1. Histogram

    2. Pie chart

    3. Frequency polygan

    4. Bar chart

    5. Olgive

  10. True regarding DIC is

    1. Increased PT

    2. Increased PTT

    3. Decreased fibrinogen degradation products

    4. Decreased fibrinogen

    5. Normal platelet count