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TNPSC 11th October 2003: The Questions; Version 1.01

Author: Bruno, Posted on Sunday, October 12 @ 16:07:19 IST by RxPG  

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Tamilnadu PG

TNPSC 11th October 2003
Assistant Surgeon Exam
Question Paper Code: A
Please Note that:

1. Since the various Question Series areshuffled in batches of 10, every tenth question is given briefly. In other cases, the answers are given.
2. We will give the full question paper with detailed explanation in few days.(NOW AVAILABLE IN RXPG SITE -ADMIN)
3. There are a few controversies and as with any Objective question compilation, here too, we don’t claim that this is an error proof work and contributions and corrections are welcome.
4. We have done this collection following a conclusion after contemplation, consideration and consultation and you can always mail in your correction, contribution, botheration and suggestion about any clarification, commission and omission about this examination compilation!!!
5. It is understood that those who are reading this are knowledgeable enough to comprehend that these answers are in no way related to the Official key that may be used for valuation.
6. The aim of this work primarily for the benefit of the future exams and not to brood over one or two questions!!! The answers are referenced from one book hence there is a chance that this is not 100 percent accurate!
7. We would like to distance ourselves from any confusion arising out of these Questions (and Answers) and in the unforeseen instance of a controversy arising out of these Questions (and Answers), we are not responsible for it.
8. If, however, you find a slip of the finger (mistake) please post in your views in the message board, so that it is corrected. Another aim of posting is to inculcate a habit of healthy discussion……
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1. Stave Cells – Spleen

2. Trochlear Nerve

3. Left Renal Vein

4. Pancreas – not confirmed

5. Miuddle cerebral

6. Retrocaecal

7. Atavistic

8. Isochromosome – confirmed

9. Colchicine

10. 47XXY

11. Boundaries of Pouch of Doughlas except Laterally – sacrogential . The actual lateral relation is Rectouterine fold

12. All are branches of Sup Mesenteric Artery except Left Colic

13. Non Disjunction – Confirmed

14. Distal portion of dorsal duct – confirmed

15. subcutaneous infrapatellar

16. Blood cells – Gray . Primodial Germ cells given in few books

17. Villi

18. Pseudostartified ciliated

19. short straight

20. ligaments of vertebral column

21. Initial thromboplastin for clotting comes from damaged vessel wall

22. Prolonged PR Interval

23. Inspiration

24. A and B are the same. This question is framed by some one who doesnot understand either English of mathematics, yet the answer undoubtedly is B.

25. Increased Arterial Pressure

26. 0.8

27. Plumonary Edema. (? Anemia)

28. Hypotonic or Isotonic, but never hypertonic. Refer Ganong

29. Cessation of Adh (Harrison)

30. Melatonin

31. Anterior Pituitary exerts very little control on secretion of Adrenaline

32. Thyroglobulin

33. 1,25 dihyfroxy cholecalciferol

34. LH Surge

35. Makes it prone to malignant

36. Rise in Urea

37. Dystrophin

38. Wernickes Area ( This is 00 % corrcct compared with the other choices)

39. Corticospinal

40. Basal Ganglion

41. Fetures of Foetal Hb.Disappears from Circulation after birth. (All books say that persinstence of Fetal Hb 1 year after birth is pathological. Answer B and D are 100 % wrong)

42. ???? A, ??? D

43. Inhibiting Amino Acid Uptake

44. Decrease in Cardiac Size

45. VLDL

46. No Idea !!!!!!

47. Nieman Pick

48. Alpha Oxidation – Confirmed

49. ? B – Flame Photometry, ? C – Colorimetry

50. Iron

51. Acid Base Disturnabce in DKA is Met. Acidosis

52. Phenol Red

53. Serum Cholesterol below 150 mg/dl

54. C – 3 to 4 mg/dl. Please note that choice D is gm/dl

55. Renal Faliure

56. ?? T3 and T4

57. Cushings

58. SGPT

59. Catecholamine

60. Hepatocellular Jaundice

61. Bleeding from Birth Canal in Amniotic Fluid Embolism is due to DIC

62. Pale Infarct

63. Repair

64. Pleomorphic Salivary Adenoma

65. within 4 to 8 hours

66. Adenocarcinoma. ( in India commonest is Squamous cell carcinoma – but the question (unlike the one on AIDS) doesnot mention INDIA)

67. ????

68. Trisomy 21

69. Adenoma

70. ATN

71. Adherence of Neutrophil and Monocyte to vessel wall prior to movement is PAVEMENTING

72. Yellow Fever

73. Payers Pathces

74. ??Isoenzyme markers

75. Long ulcers

76. ???

77. Ca Cx

78. Rb

79. p 53

80. Echinococcus

81. Produrg - Inactive drug which gets activated in the body

82. safety margin

83. cimetidine

84. first order

85. di ethyl ether

86. C – Droperidol + Fentanyl (Answer A is neurolept ANAESTHESIA)

87. Epinephrine

88. Hepatic necrosis

89. Ketamine

90. Heparin

91. Used in AMI Except – Anti fibrinolytics

92. Phenytoin

93. Doxycycline

94. Pyridoxine

95. Digitalis Toxicity (Refer Tripathi)

96. Thiazide ( ?Minoxidial – no references yet)

97. Pindolol – From Katsung (Let all those idiots who said that Katsung is only for All India Go to Hell)

98. Clonidine

99. Cheno deoxy choic acid – not confirmed

100. Meperidine – confirmed

101. Kussmaul sign – Constrictive pericarditis

102. Doppler

103. Anti social - Ahuja

104. Hippocampus

105. Usually resolves without treatment – confirmed

106. HDL

107. ???? Cardiac Failure ?? Allof the above(ALL , CML is common in Downs – Choice C could be a trap)

108. ALTB

109. All of these

110. Albendazole

111. Increae breast milk secretion – Metoclopromide

112. Hypokalemia

113. ???? Pneumococcal

114. Diaphragmatic Hernia

115. Antrax

116. Contrat MCU

117. Chrionic SDH

118. Crohn

119. Cubitus Valgus (Refer Maheswari – Not all cases of Lat epicondyle # leads to Tardy Ulnar Nerve Plasy. When the # malunites it leads to Cubitus Valgus and only this cubitus valgus leads to Tardy Ulnar nerve palsy)

120. None is correct. Take B as answer

121. Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis – Answer ? A

122. Endocardium – confirmed (Visceral layer of serous pericardium is supplied by coronary arteries – TSR)

123. 1st Metacarpal

124. Debridment

125. Size of Tumour and Nodal Status

126. Esophagus

127. High lactoferrin level in pancreatic juice is found in A – hypoparathyroidism, B – Breasdt Cancer C – Chronic Pancreatitis D – All of the above ( Any one explain)

128. Tobacco

129. Parvo cirus

130. Sea foods

131. Tunnel Vision is seen in ? Glaucoma ? All

132. Serum Acetly choline AB (Most likely, though not the correct answer)

133. All are true

134. All

135. ???

136. All of these (Confirmed)

137. ?? Pulmonary Infarction

138. Failure to lactate - harrison

139. Histoplasmonis

140. ???

141. Obesity is seen in all except Grave

142. Myxedema

143. All

144. All are associated with massive proteinuria except A Amyloidosis B Renal Veion Thrombosis C Polycystic Kidney D Polyarteritis Nodisa

145. Causes of Exudative Pleural Effusion all except A Meigs B Pulmonary Infarction C – Ca Bronchus D Pneumonia ( Harrison says that meigs is Exudate)

146. Incorrect about ARDS is A – High Tidal Volume B – High resp Rate C – High Ling Compliance D – High Pulmonary Capillary pressure

147. Prolonged PR Interval

148. Platelet count increased

149. Kitchen

150. Systematic study of Human disease and Social factors is A – Social Physiology B – Social Pathology C – Socialised Medicine D – Social Medicine

151. Freshly prepared ORS Solution should not be used after 24 hours

152. 11 gm%

153. Kleihauer

154. RT

155. Malignancy

156. Mycoplasma

157. Exercise

158. 20 weeks

159. Papilloma

160. Foetal death in Utero

161. Anencephaly – Face ??

162. 38 weeks

163. cryptomennorhea

164. Methotrexate

165. Trichomoniasis

166. Hemophilus

167. Par Aortic

168. 1 : 6

169. ???

170. Prevention of emergnec of risk factors

171. WHO established in 1948

172. A

173. Killed

174. ????

175. Condom

176. Late expanding

177. Cohort

178. Bordetella pertussis

179. 9 kg

180. D

181. Rh negative mother should receive anti D gamma globulin after delivery if Baby is RH Positive and Coomb’s Negative – That means that the mother is not yet immunized

182. USG

183. Memory Loss

184. Personalit disorder / ? Organic Brain syndrome

185. Anticonvulsant

186. Depression

187. Birth weight > 3kg

188. Co arctation of Aorta

189. Hemarthrosis

190. Laparotomy

191. Umbilical Cord contains one vein and 2 arteries

192. increase in Systolic BP

193. Schizophrenia

194. Resp Acidosis

195. Urinary Incontinence

196. Bipolar disorder

197. chronic psychosis

198. diazepam

199. ??? tunica media

200. ???



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