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2007 Medical M.B.B.S compilation of all india pre pg 2007 exam questions Question paper



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1.Nuchal transluency...seen in
downs syndrome

2. first to be seen in development of child
creeping
crawling
pincer grip

3. all pass behind aorta except
azygous vein
aorta
greater splanchnic nerve
thoracic duct
4.
ca prostate in a person with family history of ca prostate is best detected by

1 digital rectal exam
2 p s a
3 both of the above
4.******

5.
lung disease with max reduction in rv and tlc
1. sarcoid
2. bronchiectasis
3. asthma

6.brown sign ANS glomus tumor

7.pentalogy of fallot....TBM csf findings....rhinophyma

8.the following r associated with AML except:

turner's syndrome
down's syndrome
patau
klienfelter syndrome

9.Meralgia paresthetica
a. Lat cut n of thigh
b. Med cut n of thigh
c. Genitofemoral n
d.
ans A

10) Pituryriasis rosea is a
a. chronic replapsing disease
b. it is an auto immune disease
c. caused by dermato phyte
d. self resolving
ans D

11.delusion is a disorder of
a. thought
b. perception
c. insight
d. cognition
ans D
12.the drug of choice for obsessive compulsive disorder?
a. olanzepin
b. fluoxetin
c. haloperidol
d. thioridazine
13.
Supination and pronation are done at all joints except
a. Superior radioulnar joint
b. Inferior radioulnar
c. Middle RUlnar joints
d. Radio carpal joint
ans radio carpal joint
14. Typical cervical vertebra can be differentiated from thoracic vertebra by
a. Foraman transversum
b. Triangle vertebral canal
c. Heavy vertebral body
d. Superior facet on upper surface of body
ans a)
15. All of the following is posterior to diaphragm, except
a. Aorta
b. Azygous vein
c. Thoracic duct
d. Great splanchnic vein
ans b)
16. Morgagni hernia is
a. Right anterior
b. Left anterior
c. Left posterior
d. Right posterior
ans a}
17. Maralgia paraesthetica involves
a. Medial cutaneous nerve
b. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
c. Sciatic N
d. Sural N
18.
Which of the following doesn't prevent prolapse of uterus
a. Levator ani
b. Uterosacral ligament
c. Broad ligament
d. Meckenrodts ligament same

19.5Trgone of bladder, not true à
a. Smooth mucosa
b. Loosely attached to underlying muscle
c. Transitional epithelium lines it
d. It is a remant of mesonephric duct opening into post grogenital sinus
ANS B

20 . Brucellosis can be transmitted by all of the following modes, except:
a. Contact with infected placenta
b. Ingestion of raw vegetables from infected farms
c. Person to person transmission
d. Inhalation of infected dust or aerosol
ans C

21 Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between two countries. This is done because of the difference in:
a. Causes of death
b. Numerators
c. Age distributions
d. Denominators
ans C

22. You have diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:
a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test
b. Incidence of SLE and predicitive value of each test
c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE
d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient
ans A
23.Posterior cruciate ligament true statement
a. prevents posterior displacement of tibia
b. Intra synovial
c. Attaches to lateral femoral condyle
ans a)
24. hemodialysis amyloid
ans beta 2 microglobulin
25. Naltroxone is used in
a. Opiod withdrawl symptoms
b. Coma
d. To prevent overdose
26.Lice are not the vectors of
a. Relapsing fever
b. Q fever
c. Trench fever
d. Epidemic typhus

ans B)

27.A patient admitted to an ICU is on central venous line for the last one week; He is on ceftazidime and Amikacin. After 7 days of antibiotics he develops a spike of fever and his blood culture is positive for gram positive cocci in chains, which are catalase –ve. Following this, vancomycin was restarted but the culture remained positive for the same organism even after 2 weeks of therapy. The most likely organism causing infection is
a. Staph aureus
b. Viridans streptococci
c. Enterococus fecalis
d. Coagulase positive staphylococcus

ans c)

28.With reference to Bacteroides fragilis, the following statements are true, except:
a. B. fragilis is the most frequent anaerobic isolated from clinical samples
b. B. fragilis is not uniformly sensitive to Metronidazole
c. The lipopolysaccharide formed by B fragilis is structurally and functionally different from conventional endotoxin
d. Shock and disseminated intravascular coagulation are common
29.Which is not premalignant
a. Juvenile polyposis syndrome
b. Juvenile polyp
c. Puetz Zeghers Syndrome

ans b)

30. alpha hemolytic colonies sensitive to
a oxacillin]
b) optochin]
c) bacitracin

ans B)

31.Which of the following is the most important prognostic indicator in head injury
a. Age
b. Glasgow Coma [no ads please]
c. Bleeding on CT

ans B)

32 Hypothyroidism in pregnancy is not associated with:
a. Preterm labour
b. Prematurity
c. PIH
d. Hydroamnios

ans d)

33 Patient presents with loss of consciousess CT shows minimal spotty hemorrhages and full basal cisterns.
a. Braon contusions
b. Diffuse axonal injury
c. Subdural Hematoma

ans b)

34) H pylori all are used except
a. Amoxycilline
b. oxytetracycline
c. Metronidazole
d. bismuth

ans B)

35 Which of the following act through ? CAMP?
a. V cholerae
b.
ans a)

36 sternocleido mastoid tumour
a) associated with breech
b) spontaneous resolution
c) 2/3rd ve palpable mass
d) uncorrected cases phagiocephaly

37) Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between tow countries. This is done because of the differences in:
a. Causes of death
b. Numerators.
c. Age of distributions.
d. Denominators.

ans c)
3 You have diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:
a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test.
b. Incidence of SLE and predictive value of each test.
c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE.
d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient.

ans a)

39) leukotriene inhibitor
a) zileuton
b) zafirlukast

ans B)

40) which is leukotriene inhibitor

a) montelukast
41.Which is not premalignant
a. Juvenile polyposis syndrome
b. Juvenile polyp
c. Puetz Zeghers Syndrome

ans b)

42 alpha hemolytic colonies sensitive to
a oxacillin]
b) optochin]
c) bacitracin

ans B)

43 Which of the following is the most important prognostic indicator in head injury
a. Age
b. Glasgow Coma [no ads please]
c. Bleeding on CT

ans B)

44 Hypothyroidism in pregnancy is not associated with:
a. Preterm labour
b. Prematurity
c. PIH
d. Hydroamnios

ans d)

45 Patient presents with loss of consciousess CT shows minimal spotty hemorrhages and full basal cisterns.
a. Braon contusions
b. Diffuse axonal injury
c. Subdural Hematoma

ans b)

46. H pylori all are used except
a. Amoxycilline
b. oxytetracycline
c. Metronidazole
d. bismuth

ans B)

47. Which of the following act through ? CAMP?
a. V cholerae
b.
ans a)

48. sternocleido mastoid tumour
a) associated with breech
b) spontaneous resolution
c) 2/3rd ve palpable mass
d) uncorrected cases phagiocephaly

49. Direct standardization is used to compare the mortality rates between tow countries. This is done because of the differences in:
a. Causes of death
b. Numerators.
c. Age of distributions.
d. Denominators.

ans c)
50) You have diagnosed a patient clinically as having SLE and ordered 6 tests. Out of which 4 tests have come positive and 2 are negative. To determine the probability of SLE at this point, you need to know:
a. Prior probability of SLE; sensitivity and specificity of each test.
b. Incidence of SLE and predictive value of each test.
c. Incidence and prevalence of SLE.
d. Relative risk of SLE in this patient.

ans a)
51 ) brown’s sign
a) glomus tumour
b) acoustic neuroma
c) otosclerosis

ans a)

52) drug induced lupus
a) anti-histone ab

ans A)

53 ) a patient with antibodies to dna suffering from manifestations of kidney , liver, skin
a) wegener”s
b) sle

ans B)

54 ) lung disease with max reduction in rv and tlc
1. sarcoid
2. bronchiectasis
3. asthma
4. cystic fibrosis

ans probably cystic fibrosis please check it

55) a female with complete villous atrophy n positive anti-endomysial antibodies

a) do complete intestinal resection
b) gluten free diet

ans B)

56) moro’s reflex disappears by
a) 3 months
b) 5 months
C) 7 months
Ans a) 3 months
57 rubella rx targeted
a) adolescents
b) child bearing age
ans a)

58)reflex not present @ birth
a) asymmetric neck reflex
b) tonic neck reflex

59) absence of lamina cribrosa is seen with
a) coloboma of retina
b)
60) finasteride is an
a) 5 alpha reductase inhibitor
ans a)
61) anti hormone used in infertility
a) clompihene
b) tamoxifene
ans) a

Filagrafin- used for
a.Malaria
b.Filaria
c.neutropenia

Morros reflex disappears at what age
5 months
3
4
7months

Nevirapine-Non nulceoside reverse inhibitor

Satisfied,very disatisfied-Ordinal data

54 Question answer is Sarcoidosis i think

Caudal regression-Gestational Diabetes

Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
a.plt count less tahn 80,000
b.patient on aspirin
c.pt on oral anticoagulants
d.pt on iv heparin

Nerve not involved in entrapment
a.femoral
b.Median
c.ulnar
d.

Claw hand
a.median nerve
b.ulnar
c.Radial


persistent GTT evolves to
a.choriocarcinoma

Leprosy is affected least by
a.ovary
b.uterus

People on aspirin
increase Bt
incrse pt

Tuberculide is seen in
a.Lupus vulgaris
b.scrofilacium
c.lupus scrofilecium
Filagrafin- used for
a.Malaria
b.Filaria
c.neutropenia

Morros reflex disappears at what age
5 months
3
4
7months

Nevirapine-Non nulceoside reverse inhibitor

Satisfied,very disatisfied-Ordinal data

54 Question answer is Sarcoidosis i think

Caudal regression-Gestational Diabetes

Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
a.plt count less tahn 80,000
b.patient on aspirin
c.pt on oral anticoagulants
d.pt on iv heparin

Nerve not involved in entrapment
a.femoral
b.Median
c.ulnar
d.

Claw hand
a.median nerve
b.ulnar
c.Radial


persistent GTT evolves to
a.choriocarcinoma

Leprosy is affected least by
a.ovary
b.uterus

People on aspirin
increase Bt
incrse pt

Tuberculide is seen in
a.Lupus vulgaris
b.scrofilacium
c.lupus scrofilecium
rhinolalia clausia not seen in
a) allergic rhinitis
b) palatal palsy
c) adenoids
ans B) as palatal palsy causes rhinolalia aperta
63) not an alkylating agent
a) cyclophosphamide
b) 5fc
c) busulfan
ans B)
64) universal immunization progamme doesn’t include
a) tt
b) mmr
c) dt
ans B) it includes only measles
65) rabies
a) guanerni bodies
b) Bollinger
c) negri
ans) c
66) burtonian line is seen in
a) lead
b) arsenic
ans a)
67) acrodynia
a) mercury
b) arsenic
c) lead
ans a) mercury seen in chronic mercury poisoning

6 commonest site for csf leak
a) frontal
b) ethmoid
c) sphenoid
69) indicator for csf leak
a) beta 2 tranferrin
b) beta protein trace
70) best inv for temporal bone #
a) ct
b) mri
c) x_ray
ans a) ct please check it
71) posterior communicatind artery a branch of
a) internal carotid
b) external carotid
ans a) ic
72) which is not a feature of pontine stoke
A ) quadriparesis
B) pin point
Ans a)
73 delta waves found in
a) wake
b) deep sleep
ans B)
74) most common cause of meningitis in infant
a) strept pneumonia
b) h. influenzae
ans b) h. influenzae
75) non granular endo reticulum function
a) lipid
b) protein
hmp shunt take place in
a) cytosol
b) mitochondria
ans a)
77) a 7 yr old boy with x-ray features of codman triangle and sunray appearance
a) osteoclastoma
b) osteosarcoma
ansB)
78 ) mc ovarian ca to undergo torsion
a) benign cystic teratoma
b) dysgerminoma
ans A)
79 gynaecomastia false statement
a) subcutaneous mastectomy
b) withdrawal of offending drugs
c) liver failure
ans A)
80) leprosy doesn’t affect
a) uterus
b) ovary
c) nerve
ans b)
81 ) claw hand nerve involved
a) radial
b) ulnar
c) axillary
d) median
god
82) nerve not involved in entrapment
a) femoral
b) median
c) lateral cutaneous nerve
83) calculate inr


84) rhinopyma
ans hyperplasia of the sebaceous glands
85) pentalogy of fallot
a) tetrat + pda
b) tetralogy + asd
ans b) confirmed
86) marker for osteoblastic activity
a) alkaline phosphatase
Commonest alcohol withdrawal syndrome
a.tremors
b.diarhhea
c.lacrimation

Least complication of measels
SSpe
Diarhhea

Merucury posioning affects
pCt
dt
collecting ducts
Loop of henle

all are methylating drugs except
a.5fu
b.Busulphan
c.Clorambucil

Chemotherapy causing Siadh
Vincristine
cyclophospahamide

herpcoagulable state not seen in
liver cancer
pancreatic cancer

Port systemic shunt is not seen in
liver
spleen
anorectum
gastro esophgeal

Acrodynia seen in
arsenic
mercury
oxalate

oxygen toxixity causes all except
retinal blindness
pulmonary edema
less cerbral flow causes oxygen toxicty
oxygen will cause convulsions

when a person acsends
decrese work load and increase excercise
increase workload and decrease excercise
decrease workload and inhaling oxygen

all are autosomal dominant in except
Fabrys
huntington disease
adult polycystic kidney disease


Post communicating is a artery is a branch of
a.Internal carotid
b.external carotid
c.middle cerebral

all are seen in raised ICP except
a.6th nerve palsy
b.pappiledema
c.blurring of vision
d.headache

30 year old women has Mitral regurgitation and AF comes in with syncope and regular pulse of 55 /min
a.digoxin toxicity
b.Cerbral infarct

external cephalic version is C>I in
a.anemia
b.flexed breech
c.PIH

Autoimmune hemolytic anemia is always associated with
histiocytosis

immediate cell injuty
neuropenia
neutophilis
monocytosis
monocytopenia

Cat eye seen in
trisomy 13\
trisomy18
trisomy 21
in a patient with cariogenic shock and antr wall infection. best treatment of choice

the centre that converts short term memory to long term memory

regarding inr

prostaglandin that helps in protecting gi mucosa

cherry red spot doesnot occur in..

epidemic typhus caused by

petrous bone fracture.. facial nerve..

glomus tumor most commonly affected nerve

hpylori infection drugs as per standard schedule.. except..

which of the intestinal lesion not associated with malignancy.. familial polyp.. petz juegers juvenile polyposis syndrome juvenile polyp

high dose methotrexate most commonly used in

age of a child who cannot read a sentence can ride a bicycle... etc etc
3 months 5 7 9 months

rhinolalia clausa....

pitryasis rosea
all are seen in raised ict]
A) blurring of vision
b) abducent paresis
c) paraparesis
d) head ache
ans c) paraparesis
89)Cat eye seen in
a) trisomy 13
b) trisomy18
C) partial trisomy 21
In net answer is partial trisomy 22

90) Tuberculide is seen in
a.Lupus vulgaris
b.scrofulsorum

Ans
91Nevirapine
a)nucleoside RTi
b)non-nucleoside RTi
c)protease inhibitor

ans b)
92. patient is questioned and following interpretation is got]
satisfied,very satisfied, dissatisfies, very much dissatisfied
a) nominal
b) ordinal
c) ratio
ans B) ordinal
93. what is analytical test you use for the study in which …………answer is yes or no
a) student-t
b) chi square test
c) paired-t test
ans B) chi square
if people find answers are wrong ……please inform
94) Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
a.plt count less tahn 80,000
b.patient on aspirin
c.pt on oral anticoagulants
d.pt on iv heparin

95 ) People on aspirin ve
a) increase Bt
b) increase pt

96) all are autosomal dominant in except
a) Fabrys
B) huntington disease
c) adult polycystic kidney disease
ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

97) Filagrafin- used for
a.Malaria
b.Filaria
c.neutropenia]
d) anaemia

9 Commonest alcohol withdrawal syndrome
a.tremors
b.diarhhea
c.lacrimation
ans a ) tremors

99) Least complication of measels
a)SSpe
b)Diarhhea
c) pneumonia
ans a) sspe

100 ) Merucury posioning affects
a) proximal convoluted tubule
b) distal ^ ^
c )collecting ducts
d )Loop of henle
ans a) proximal renal c t ( confirmed)

101) Port systemic shunt is not seen in
a)liver
B)spleen
c)anorectum
d) gastro esophageal
ans b) spleen
ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

102 ) inheritance curve
mother >> the mutant gene to all children but father not transmittin
a) mitochondrial
b) ad
c) ar
d) x-linked
ans a) mitochondrial

103 ) ocp prevent all except
1) ca endo
b) ca breast
c) rheumatoid
ans b) ca breast

104) bcg vaccine
a) diluent used distilled n saline
b) who recommends Danish 1331
ans B)

all are seen in raised ict]
A) blurring of vision
b) abducent paresis
c) paraparesis
d) head ache
ans c) paraparesis
89)Cat eye seen in
a) trisomy 13
b) trisomy18
C) partial trisomy 21
In net answer is partial trisomy 22

90) Tuberculide is seen in
a.Lupus vulgaris
b.scrofulsorum

Ans
91Nevirapine
a)nucleoside RTi
b)non-nucleoside RTi
c)protease inhibitor

ans b)
92. patient is questioned and following interpretation is got]
satisfied,very satisfied, dissatisfies, very much dissatisfied
a) nominal
b) ordinal
c) ratio
ans B) ordinal
93. what is analytical test you use for the study in which …………answer is yes or no
a) student-t
b) chi square test
c) paired-t test
ans B) chi square
if people find answers are wrong ……please inform
94) Caudal analgesia-is contraindicated in
a.plt count less tahn 80,000
b.patient on aspirin
c.pt on oral anticoagulants
d.pt on iv heparin

95 ) People on aspirin ve
a) increase Bt
b) increase pt

96) all are autosomal dominant in except
a) Fabrys
B) huntington disease
c) adult polycystic kidney disease
ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

97) Filagrafin- used for
a.Malaria
b.Filaria
c.neutropenia]
d) anaemia

98) Commonest alcohol withdrawal syndrome
a.tremors
b.diarhhea
c.lacrimation
ans a ) tremors

99) Least complication of measels
a)SSpe
b)Diarhhea
c) pneumonia
ans a) sspe

100 ) Merucury posioning affects
a) proximal convoluted tubule
b) distal ^ ^
c )collecting ducts
d )Loop of henle
ans a) proximal renal c t ( confirmed)

101) Port systemic shunt is not seen in
a)liver
B)spleen
c)anorectum
d) gastro esophageal
ans b) spleen
ans ) fabry ( x-linked)

102 ) inheritance curve
mother >> the mutant gene to all children but father not transmittin
a) mitochondrial
b) ad
c) ar
d) x-linked
ans a) mitochondrial

103 ) ocp prevent all except
1) ca endo
b) ca breast
c) rheumatoid
ans b) ca breast

104) bcg vaccine
a) diluent used distilled n saline
b) who recommends Danish 1331
ans B)


INR calculations?,

filgrastin used in rx of
1.anaemia
2. neutropenia

ans b) neutropenia

non specific esterase present in all except?
M3
M4
M5
M6

Which of the following comprise pentalogy of Fallot?
1. Terology with ASD
2. Terology with TAPVC
3. Terology with TGA
4. Terology with splenomegay

Answer is 1st one.. Damn sure abt dat..

oxygen dependent killing done thru
NADPHoxidase
sod
catalase
glutathione peroxidase

cardiomyopathy not seen in
fredrich ataxia
duchene dystrophy
lowe synd

there was a ques abt heart muscle
acts as syncitium
has multiple nuclei
has gap junctions

minor criteria for rheumatic fever
a. rising aso titre
b. throat culture
c. fever
d. -----
Millard Gublar syndrome
A syndrome of unilateral softening of the brain tissue arising from obstruction of the blood vessels of the pons, involving the sixth and seventh cranial nerves and fibres of the corticospinal tract, and associated with paralysis of the abducens and facial nerves and contralateral hemiplegia of the extremities. The muscles of the ipsilateral side of the face are paralysed, and the ophthalmologic characteristics are diplopia, internal strabismus, and loss of power to rotate eye outward.
choices were 6th palasy
7th palsy
3.?
4.? primordial germ cells arise from
endoderm
ectoderm
mesoderm which waves not used for deep tumours?
infra red
micro wave
short wave
ultra sonic

Deep heat causes a temperature rise from the conversion of energy into heat as it penetrates the tissues of the body where the energy is applied. Energy sources include (1) high-frequency currents (shortwave diathermy), (2) electromagnetic radiation (microwaves), and (3) ultrasound (high-frequency sound).


which of this does not handle the free radicals in lens
a vit a
b vit c
c vit e
d catalase
.AML NOT ASSO WITH TURNERS__HARRY"16.
2.EARLIEST IS MIRROR GAZING /PLAYING__IAMS PEADS.
3.HCV---- EMC 80% are due to MPGN__harry.16
4.1st reaction--NEUTROPHILIA.
5.NSE -VE IN BOTH M3 and M6!!!!!
6.BARTONIAN LINE -LEAD.
which of this muscles r involved along with osteoarthritis knee
a quadriceps only
b hamstrings only
c a+b
d gastronemius

proeoglycans all of this is true except
a contain uronic acid
b helps in maintaining the structure of tissues
c contains less water
d chondritin sulphate is an example

NEUTROPHILIA.. was in told a lect at IAMS
NO REF OTHER den this so i went with that.
1.BROWNS SIGN--GLOMUS JUGULARE_DHINGRA
2.BETA2 TRANSFERIN IN CSF RHINORHOEA__DHINGRA
3.LAC OPERON..---NEGATIVE REGULATION???__LIPPINCOTS.BIOCHEM.
4.FILGRAMOSTIN--NEUTROPENIA__CMDT06
5.GLARGINE INSULIN IS LONG ACTING SO THATS THE EXP._HARRY_16

most common force involved in fracture spine is
a flexion
b extension
c rotation
d compression


which of this part of vertebral canal will show concavity backwards in secondary curves
a cervical
b thoracic
c sacral
d cocyx

complement is C5b which immediately gives late c6c7c8c9
__ref ROBBINS 7th page66.

which of this not true about vibrio
a nonhalophilic
b can be easly cultivated
c ?
d ?

which of this is not true about vibrio o137
a can cause disease in distingushable from vibrio 01
b was first isolated in chennai
c as o polysacharide capsule

hypokalemia---PR prolongation with ST depression. __ref:SCHAMROTH.

Proteoglycans represent a special class of glycoproteins that are heavily glycosylated. They consist of a core protein with one or more covalently attached glycosaminoglycan chain(s). These glycosaminoglycan (GAG) chains are long, linear carbohydrate polymers that are negatively charged under physiological conditions, due to the occurrence of sulphate and uronic acid groups.

Proteoglycans can be categorised depending upon the nature of their glycosaminoglycan chains. These chains may be:

chondroitin sulfate and dermatan sulfate
heparin and heparan sulfate
keratan sulfate


so the ans could be they contain less water..
_________________

MC SPINAL INJURY D/T--FLEXION TYPE INJURY__MAHESHWARI..PG144.

which of this is a immunohistochemical marker for pagets disease of the brest ?
a s100
b hmb 45
c synographin
d ?

common site for csf rhionorea is
a ethmoid sinus
b frontal sinus
c petrous
d ?
in mrna which of this isnot true
a capping helps in attachment of rna to 40s ribosome
b in eukayocytes is regulated by gtp to gdp transformation
c the first aa is methosine
d synthesized from dna 3 -5'?

which of this is a immunohistochemical marker for pagets disease of the brest ?
a s100
b hmb 45
c synographin
d ?


it is s-100


child with urti presents with stridor which is decreased in lying down position
a epiglotitis
b laryngotracheobronchitis
c laryngeal fb



commonest site for csf rhinorrhea CRIBRIFORM PLATE... then sphenoid sinus...

which of the following does not acts through NA+ CHANNEl antiepileptic
1.phenytoin.
2.vaproic acid.
3.vigabarin
4.lamotrigine

which of the following is not a epileptic
1.phenobarbitone.
2.carbamazepine
3.phenytoin
4.FLUNARIZINE
ans flunarizine
which of the following antiepileptics are contraindicatd in pregnancy EXCPET..
1.phenobarbitone
2.phenytoin
3.carbamezapine
4.valproic acid
ans. phenobarbitone
doc in pregnancy

1.WHICH ISINVOLVED IN ACTIVELY TRANSPORTINNG VIT C TO LENS?
1.MYOINOSITOL
2TAURINE
3CHOLINE
4Na K ATPASE






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