Monday, 28 May 2012

MCQ Clinical Year Part4/10

Choose only ONE answer
 31. Chikungunya is transmitted by
A. aedes
B. culex
C. mansonoides
D. anopheles
Ans: a.

32. Drug of choice for Zollinger-Ellison syndrome –
A. antihistaminics
B. Proton lump inhibitors
C. Dopamine agonists
D. Antacids
Ans: b.

33. Which one of the following drugs cause hypomagnesemia by increased excretion?
A. Frusemide therapy
B. Cisplatin
C. Digitalis
D. Aminoglycosides
Ans: a.

34. What is the mechanism of acute rheumatic fever –
A. cross reactivity with endogenous antigen
B. innocent by slender effect
C. due to toxin secretion by streptococci
D. release of pyrogenic cytokines
Ans: a.

35. Eisenmenger syndrome – True are A/E –
A. Pulmonary veins are not distended
B. RV & LV walls come back to normal size
C. Dilatation of central pulmonary artery
D. Peripheral pruning of pulmonary arteries
Ans: b.

36. All are signs of impending Eisenmenger except –
A. Increased flow murmur across tricuspid & pulmonary valve
B. Single S2
C. Loud P2
D. Graham steel murmur
Ans: a.

37. Which of the following is a component of pentalogy of Fallot –
C. Coarctation of aorta
Ans: a.

38. Commonest organ injured in blast injury is –
A. Lung
B. Liver
C. Spleen
D. Pancreas
Ans: a.

39. In blunt trauma abdomen what should be the approach for doing laparotomy –
A. Depends on organ injured
B. Always midline incision
C. Always transverse
D. Depends upon type of injury
Ans: b.

40. A well differentiated follicular carcinoma of thyroid can be best differentiated from a follicular adenoma by: -
A. Hurthle cell change
B. Lining of tall columnar and cuboidal cells
C. Vascular invasion
D. Nuclear features
Ans: c.

Prepared by:
Kevin Wong
Anthony Chan

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