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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 suggest: Chronic renal failure
  6. Water test is done for: Pneumothorax
  7. Best investigation for myasthenia gravis: Single fiber electromyography
  8. Pressure in internal jugular vein reflects pressure of which heart chamber: Right atrium
  9. Renal artery stenosis is best diagnosed by: Contrast arteriography
  10. Clinical presentation of carcinoid tumour of heart: Tricuspid regurgitation 
  11. Lesion in which part of brain would lead to Wernicke's aphasia: Superior temporal gyrus 
  12. Which condition presents as axillary freckling: Neurofibromatosis
  13. Water-hammer pulse and pedal edema may be a manifestation of deficiency of which vitamin: Thiamine
  14. Which renal condition presents as gross hematuria: IgA nephropathy
  15. ASO titre is of clinical significance in which condition: Acute rheumatic fever
  16. Spurious polycythemia is also known as: Gaisbock syndrome
  17. Type of breathing seen in: Increased intracranial pressure
  18. For detecting vertical transfer of HIV, which marker is used: p24 antigen 
  19. Which anti-epileptic drug is used for managing focal seizures: Carbamazepine 
  20. Takayasu arteritis is also known as: Pulseless disease 

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