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Q1 Caisson’s disease is: [AIIMS Nov 10]
A. Gas embolism
B. Fat embolism
C. Amniotic fluid embolism
D. Tumor embolism
Q2 If the systolic blood pressure in a population has a mean of 130 mm Hg and a median of l40 mm Hg, the distribution is said to be?
A. Symmetrical
B. Positively skewed
C. Negatively skewed
D. Either positively or negatively skewed depending on the Standard deviation
Q3 Proven systemic control for diabetic retinopathy includes
A. lowering serum cholesterol
B. aspirin use
C. ACE inhibitors
D. blood pressure control
Q4 Which of the following anticancer drug is excreted by lungs?
A. 5-Fluorouracil
B. Cyclophosphamide
C. Doxorubicin
D. Cisplatin
Q6 The most important function of epithelioid cells in tuberculosis is:
A. Phagocytosis
B. Secretory
C. Antigenic
D. Healing
Q7 Radiographic “thumbprint sign” is seen in ?
A. Laryngitis
B. Croup syndrome
C. Acute epiglottitis
D. All of the above
Q8 Which gastrointestinal motor activity is most affected by vagotomy?
A. Secondary esophageal peristalsis
B. Distension-induced intestinal segmentation
C. Oral stomach accommodation
D. Caudad stomach peristalsis
Q9 Vancomycin-indeterminate S. aureus (VISA) has recently been reported in the United States. Which one of the statements concerning VISA is the most correct?
A. Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) for vancomycin is at least 1.0 mcg/mL
B. VISA isolates are usually methicillin susceptible (methicillin-resistant S. aureus, MRSA)
C. VISAs have emerged because of the extended use of vancomycin for MRSAs
D. VISA isolates are infrequent, so surveillance at the present time is not warranted
Q10 A prolongation of conduction time from SA node to surrounding atrial tissue is called ?
A. A prolongation of conduction time from SA node to surrounding atrial tissue is called ?
B. Second-degree sinoatrial exit block
C. Third-degree sinoatrial exit block
D. None of the above