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Medicine; Free Online Mock Test 1

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Practise Questions

1) Which of the following is the antiretroviral drug, which is best tolerated and least toxic

One answer only.
1) Zidovudine
2) Lamivudine
3) Zalcitabine
4) Indinavir
5) Didanosine

2) A patient of AIDS presents with fever and cough that is non productive. He also complaints of retrosternal chest pain which is worsened on inspiration and is sharp and burning. Chest X-ray is normal. Arterial blood gas analysis reveals hypoxemia with a decline in PaO2 and increase in (a-A) gradient

One answer only.
1) Pulmonary cryptococcocus
2) Pneumocystis carni pneumonia (PCP)
3) Kaposi sarcoma
4) Tuberculosis
5) MAC infection.

3) A patient presents with diarrhoea, abdominal pain, bloating, bleaching, flatus, nausea, and vomiting symptoms tends to be recurrent intermittently and gradually debilitated.stool examination reveals hard cyst having 4 nuclei.some trophozoites having 4 pairs of flagella are also seen

One answer only.
1) Giardia
2) Entamoeba histolitica
3) Entamoeba coli
4) Toxoplasma gondi
5) Bacillary dysentery

4) Which of the following HBV marker is considered as a quantitative marker of HBV replication.

One answer only.
1) HbsAg
2) IgM HbcAg
3) IgG HbcAg
4) HBV DNA estimation.
5) HbeAg

5) Which of the following hepatitis virus causes relapsing hepatitis, cholestatic hepatitis and causes fulminant hepatitis in patients of chronic liver disease, though rarely.

One answer only.
1) HAV
2) HBV
3) HCV
4) HDV
5) HEV

6) Which of the following is not true regarding MVP.

One answer only.
1) More common in females.
2) Frequently associated with connective tissue disorders.
3) Posterior leaflet is most commonly involved
4) Systolic clicks are best heard in early systole.
5) Late systolic crecendo decrecendo murmur is present.

7) Which of the following is the salivary gland tumor which shows hot spot on Tc-99 scan and shows association with smoking.

One answer only.
1) Warthim’s tumor
2) Mixed salivary tumor
3) Cylindroma
4) Squamous cell carcinoma.
5) Pancoast Tumour

8) Which of the following is false about pleomorphic adenoma

One answer only.
1) Most common tumor of parotid gland
2) More common in females
3) Parotid tail is most common location
4) Rarely can progress to malignancy.
5) FNAC is used in diagnosis.

9) Which of the following is not a feature of ulcerative colitis.

One answer only.
1) Backwash ileites
2) Crypt abscess
3) Thumb printing of mucosa
4) Pseudopolyps
5) Creeping fat

10) Which of the following is not a component of saint’s triad

One answer only.
1) Diverticulosis of colon
2) Gall stones
3) Hiatus hernia
4) CBD stones
5) Bilirubinemia

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