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Medicine; Daily Free Online Mock Test 118

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Multiple Choice Test



1) A known patient of thyrotoxicosis suddenly develops flaccid quadriplegia with loss of tendon jerks. He gives past history of similar attcks. CT head & spine is normal. Rx of choice is

One answer only.
   a) Potassium salts
   Acetazolamide
   Beta blocker
   d) Lugol's iodine





2) Attacks of hypokalaemic periodic paralysis can be aborted with

One answer only.
   Potassium salts
   Acetazolamide
   Dichlorphenamide
   d) Both b) & c)



3) Myopathy occurs due to deficiency of the following vitamin

One answer only.
   A
   b) D
   c)B1
   d) K



4) A 15 year old boy is found to be suffering from progressive external opthalmoplegia, pigmentary degeneration of retina and left anterior hemiblock. The CSF lactate & pyruvate levels are increased. He is most probably having defect in

One answer only.
   Cl- channel
   Acetylcholine receptor
   c) Mitochondrial DNA
   d) Both a) & c)



5) A 35 year old man has hatchet shaped face, weakness of wrist extensors, foot drop, dysarthric speech, nasal voice. He has a slow relaxation of handgrip after handshake. Detail examination also reveals gonadal atrophy, insulin resistance and frontal baldness. The preferred drug is

One answer only.
   a) Phenytoin
   b)Quinine
   Potassium salts
   d) Procainamide



6) Mitochondrial myopathy is caused by

One answer only.
   Glucocorticoid
   b) Zidovudine
   c)Penicillamine
   d) Aminodarone



7) A 20 year old boy has polyneuropathy with cerebellar ataxia, retinitis pigmentosa and cataract. There is elevated level of phytanic acid in serum and urine. He is most probably suffering from :

One answer only.
   a) Refsum disease
   b) Dejerine - Sottas disease
   c)Becker's myopathy
   d) Myotonia dystrophy



8) Spot the false statement

One answer only.
   a) Prion protein gene is encoded in short arm of chromosome 20
   b) Prion proteins have single stranded RNA
   c) Prions cause CJD & Kuru
   d) 90% of CJD patients have myoclonus



9) The following feature is absent in M. Fisher syndrome variant of GBS

One answer only.
   Ophthalmoplegia
   Ataxia
   Areflexia
   d) Weakness



10) 90% patients of HSV encephalitis have abnormality in ------- lobe in MRI

One answer only.
   Frontal
   Parietal
   c) Temporal
   d) Occipital


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