Karnataka PG Solved Paper 2004 (Part 14 of 20)

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  1. The distance by which two touch stimuli must be separated to be perceived as two separate stimuli is greatest on:

    1. The lips

    2. The palm of the hand

    3. The back of scapula

    4. The dorsum of the hand

    Answer: c

  2. The visceral pain:

    1. Shows relatively rapid adaption

    2. Mediated by ‘B’ fibre in the dorsal root of spinal nerve

    3. Can sometimes be relieved by applying an irritant to the SKIN

    4. Most closely resemble fast pain produced by naxious stimulation of the SKIN

    Answer: c

  3. The fourth heart sound is caused by:

    1. Closure of aortic and pulmonary orifices

    2. Vibration of the ventricular wall during systole

    3. Ventricualr filling

    4. Closure of mitral and tricuspid orifices

    Karnataka 2004 PG paper

    Answer: c

  4. Lymphocytes:

    1. All originate from bone marrow after birth

    2. Are unaffected by harmone

    3. Converted to monocytes in response to antigens

    4. Are part of body's defence against cancer

    Answer: d

  5. Which of the follwing has the highest pH?

    1. Gastric juice

    2. Bile in the gallbladder

    3. Pancreatic juice

    4. Saliva

    Answer: c

  6. The concentration of sphingomyelins are increased in:

    1. Gauche's disease

    2. Fabry's disease

    3. Febrile disease

    4. Niemann Pck disease

    Answer: d

  7. Salivary amylase is activated by:

    1. Na +

    2. K +

    3. HCO3-

    4. Cl-

    Answer: d

  8. Glucose increase plasma insuline by a process that invoves:

    1. GLVT1

    2. GLVT2

    3. GLVT3

    4. SGLT1

    Answer: b

  9. In the body, metabolism of 10 gms. Of protein would produce approximately:

    1. 1 K calorie

    2. 41 K calories

    3. 410 K calories

    4. 41 calories

    Answer: b

  10. Refsum's disease is a rere neurological disorser caused by:

    1. Accumulation of glutamic acid

    2. Accumulation of glycine

    3. Accumulation of phytanic acid

    4. Accumulation of phnylalanine