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PSYCHIATRY

  1. Drug of choice for maniac-depressive illness: Lithium 
  2. Cocaine bugs/ tactile hallucinations/ Magnan symptoms are seen in: Cocaine poisoning 
  3. Therapeutic level of lithium: 08-1.2 mEq/ L
  4. Prevalence of schizophrenia in community: 1%
  5. Most common type of hallucinations: Auditory
  6. Most common caus…

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RADIOLOGY

  1. Investigation of choice to detect minimal pleural effusion: USG 
  2. Bird beak tapering/ pencil tip is a feature of: Achalasia cardia 
  3. X-ray feature of pericardial effusion: Money bag/ flask shaped/ leather bottle heart
  4. Half life of Iodine-131: 8 days 
  5. Inventor of MRI: Laterbuer & Mansfiel…

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ANESTHESIA

  1. Time of appearance of post-dural puncture headache: 12-24 hours of spinal anesthesia 
  2. Most commonly used local anesthetic: Lignocaine 
  3. Side effect of prilocaine: Methemoglobinemia 
  4. Magills circuit is also known as: Mapleson A circuit 
  5. Pin index of nitrous oxide: 3,5 
  6. Purpose of Pin…

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DERMATOLOGY

  1. Spaghetti and meatball appearance ob KOH microscopy suggest the diagnosis of: Pityriasis versicolor
  2. HPV 16 & 11 are associated with: Condyloma acuminata
  3. Satellite lesions are seen in which type of leprosy: Borderline tuberculoid 
  4. Exclamation mark hairs are seen in: Alopecia areata 
  5. Patc…

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PEDIATRICS

  1. Chipmunk facies is a feature of: Thalassemia
  2. Neural tube defect is because of which anti-epileptic drug: Sodium valproate 
  3. Extremely low-birth weight baby weights less than 1 kilogram
  4. Highest chances of transmission of hepatitis B virus from mother to child: At the time of delivery 
  5. Age…

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GYNECOLOGY

  1. Schiller Duval bodies are seen in: Yolk sac/ Endodermal sinus tumour 
  2. Most common benign epithelial ovarian tumour: Serous cystadenoma 
  3. Effect of DES/ ditheyl-stilbestrol on uterus: T-shaped uterus 
  4. Urogenital sinus forms: Lower one-third of vagina 
  5. Length of fallopian tube: 10-12 cm

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SURGERY (last updated: 06.05.18)

  1. Breast tumour also known as breast mouse: Fibroadenoma 
  2. Most common tumour of brain: Secondaries 
  3. Most common tumour of salivary gland: Pleomorphic adenoma 
  4. If stones are in upper ureter, pain is referred to: Testes 
  5. Investigation of choice/ IOC for acute cholecystitis: HIDA scan
  6. Lo…

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MEDICINE (last updated: 13.05.18)

  1. PR interval in ECG signifies: Spread of impulse from SA node to AV node 
  2. Type of hemorrhage seen in boxers: Subdural 
  3. Organism most commonly causing subacute bacterial endocarditis: Streptococcus viridans
  4. Most common site of bronchiectasis: Left lower lobe 
  5. Broad granular cast in urine…

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OPHTHALMOLOGY

  1. Cause of angular conjunctivitis: Moraxella Axenfeld 
  2. After-cataract is managed by: Nd: YAG laser capsulotomy 
  3. Structure at fault in Open angle glaucoma: Trabecular meshwork
  4. Dome shaped disc is found in: Papilloedema
  5. Aqueous humour is produced by: Ciliary body 

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ENT

  1. Hennebert's sign is a feature of: Meniere's disease
  2. Most common site of epistaxis is: Little's area
  3. Most common cause of stridor in an infant is: Laryngomalacia 
  4. Most common type of tumour of larynx is: Squamous cell carcinoma 
  5. Best test for screening of hearing in a newborn: Oto-acoust…

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PHYSIOLOGY

  1. Normal pH of blood: 7.35 - 7.45
  2. Function of rough endoplasmic reticulum: Synthesis of proteins 
  3. Function of G cells of antrum: Secretion of gastrin 
  4. Fall in pH because of increase in carbon-di-oxide resulting in reduction of oxygen affinity of hemoglobin: Bohr's effect
  5. In cell membrane…

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PSM

  1. Vitamin E is also known as: Tocopherol
  2. In triage, which colour is given least priority: Black 
  3. Total amount of iron given to a pregnant lady: 1000 mg
  4. 17D strain is used for which vaccine: Yellow fever
  5. Sharp and solid waste are disposed in which colour bags: Blue

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BIOCHEMISTRY

  1. Hormone which inhibits gluconeogenesis: Insulin 
  2. Maximum cholesterol content is found in: LDL
  3. Deficiency of beta-glucocerebrosidase leads to: Gaucher's disease 
  4. Cycles occurring in both cytoplasm and mitochondria: Urea synthesis, gluconeogenesis and heme synthesis 
  5. GLUT-4 is present on…

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PATHOLOGY

  1. Function of microglia: Phagocytosis in brain
  2. CD19 is marker for: Pan B-cell
  3. HHV-8 causes: Kaposi sarcoma 
  4. Most common type of thyroid malignancy: Papillary 
  5. Most common site of peptic ulcer: Duodenum first part 

FORENSIC MEDICINE

  1. Pugilistic attitude/ Boxer's attitude/ defensive attitude is a feature of: Burns
  2. Location of ring fracture in skull: Around foramen magnum 
  3. Pond's fracture is seen in children
  4. For sex differentiation, best bone is: Pelvis 
  5. Venom of viper snake is: Vasculotoxic (Triple V i.e. venom, vipe…

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OBSTETRICS

  1. Most common cause of uterine rupture is: Previous Cesarean section 
  2. IN battledore placenta, site of attachment of umbilical cord to placenta: Margin 
  3. Management of obstructed labor: Cesarean section 
  4. Presentation in mentovertical diameter: Brow
  5. Most common type of breech: Frank breech…

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PHARMACOLOGY

  1. Flu like symptoms may be because of which ATT: Rifampin
  2. Drug of choice/ DOC for multiple myeloma: Melphalan 
  3. Which factor is affected by LMW heparin: Factor Xa
  4. Fraction of administered drug that reaches the systemic circulation in unchanged form: Bioavailability 
  5. DOC for atrial fibrilla…

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ANATOMY

  1. Vertebra prominens: C7 spine 
  2. Arterial supply of fundus of stomach: Splenic artery 
  3. Level of starting of inferior vena cava: L5
  4. Length of inguinal canal: 3.75 cm
  5. Guyon's canal is related to which nerve: Ulnar
  6. Upper border of thyroid cartilage is at which vertebral level: Cervical 4

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MICROBIOLOGY

  1. Most common cause of infantile diarrhoea: Rota virus 
  2. Transport media for streptococcus pyogenes: Pikes medium 
  3. Temperature and pressure setting in Autoclave: 122 degree C and 15 lb/ sq inch
  4. Isolation of Pseudomonas s done on: Cetrimide agar 
  5. Function of C5a: Chemotaxis 

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ORTHOPAEDICS

  1. Glass holding cats is used for managing fractures of: Scaphoid 
  2. Nerve involved in fracture of humeral shaft: Radial 
  3. Lachman test is performed to detect injuries of: Anterior cruciate ligament 
  4. Most common cause of osteomyelitis in a patient with sickle cell anemia: Salmonella 
  5. Knuckl…

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