While preparing for FCPS Part 1, there are many MCQs which are too much confusing to solve. If we talk about all those MCQs then one thing you will face that those MCQs have different answers in different Books. So that makes the situation more difficult that which Book should be followed and which should not be. So our fellows make an attempt to find out those MCQs of FCPS Part 1 and solve them. These MCQs are known as controversial MCQs.
Below are all those MCQs with answer keys.
which of following cannot be palpted via vagina A.ureter B.vasicouterine pouch. Key says b. Usual cause of atrophy of breast in adult feml is def of A.oestrogen and progestone B.oestrogn. Key says a. True regarding thymus A.epithelil reticulr cels form hassles corpsuls B.lymphoid noduls form much of thymic cortex C.macrophage r essntial component of blood thymus barrier D.t cell migratt into medulla wher imunological compitabt. Key is a. Most Lilkly cause of death in cas of gas gangrene wud b a.septicemia B.toximia. Ans: B.
35 yr old lady lost her husband in car accident. she waz psychologically disturbed n developed ammenorrhea. most likey substance found to be increased would b A: fsh n Lh B: serotonin C: dopamine D: estrogen E: prigesterone Ans: B. The most common factor which predispose to squamous cell carcinoma is? a ) bowens disease b ) leukoplakia c ) lupus vulgaris d) marjolin ulcer e)senile keratosis Ans: A. Glucose transported from mother to fetus by A: simple diffusion B: Na cotransport * C: primary active D: passive diffusion Ans: B
(If facillited diffusion is present thn frst preference is to it) DVT arises from popliteal vein
Pulmonary embolism from femoral vein.
Patient on ETT, heat loss is by evaporation
Line of weight bearing doesnt pass thrugh A: acetabulum, B: arcute line, C: pubic rami, D: sacroiliac joint, E:sacrum,
F: Ischeal Tubrosity Ans F.. Rubella may cause cardiac defect in embyo at 8 to 9 wks s0 select the option nearest to it. Nipple and Areola of multiparouse womans breast are usually at the level of fifth intercostals. Pt when asked to look left,his left eye showed internal squint indicate injury of trochlear. Pathogenesis of venouse thrombosis in a60 year old female after major abdominal operation
Ans: Endothelial injury and stasis
Tumor with longest recrrence period is
Ans: malignant melanoma of uveal tract
Tumor which s not apudomas
Common biological agent for carcinoma of bronchus
Which drug dont cause gynecomastia
Ans: androgen (If androgen could cause Gynecomastia then every man will have it)
t3 to t6
Gastric motility increased by
Muscle forming inf relation with hip joint
Ans: Obturator externus
Radiationz usualy cause cancer aftr
Ans: 5- 10yrz
LP should b done at which level?
L3 -4 (BOTH L3/L4 or L4/L5 are correct but L3 is landmark, so select the option with L3)
Brain abscess common in Frontal > temporal (Answer: FRONTAL)
Synapses are absent in dorsal root ganglion
Sperms live in females body for 24-48 hrz (Controversy is there, Kaplan physio says 48-72 hours, but Moore Parsaud says sperm live upto 48 hours. The thing is Sperm live for 4-5 days but its capability to fertilize ovum is upto 48 hours. BOTTOM Line is: Select 24-48 hours but 48-72 hours option is also correct)
Which cells are involved in AIDs ——— Th2
What is the energy source after 48 hrs of starvation??
A: Liver glycogen
B: Muscle glycogen
C: Muscle protein
D: Fat (Triglyceride)
Most Commonly injured nerve in thyroidectomy?
Ans: Extrrnal laryngeal Nerve
After lung abcess cause of pneumonia is?
Ans: Staph aureus
IUCD user female –> ATINOMYCOSIS ISRAELI
TUBOOVARIAN ABSCESS PID –> GONORRHEA
GENERALLY CAUSE OF PID –> CHLAMYDIA > GONORRHEA
PURPURAL SEPSIS –> (If group B strep is NOT there in options then) BACTERIOIEDS
POST OP: INF –> E.COLI
ABDOMINAL SURGERY –> E.COLI
MOST COMMON CAUSE OF PERITONITIS (Pyogenic or Spontaneous) –> E. Coli
Net tubular reabsorption of sodium –> Aldosterone and ANP
Mole for mole Na excretion –> Aldosteron
Just Na reabsorption –> Aldosterone
Just Na excretion –> ANP
Growth hormone is max rise in –> sleep
Differnce between first & second heart sound is –> Frequency ( pitch)
In cell cycle chromosomes replicate in –> Interphase
Splenic infarction –> CML
Philedelphia chromosome seen in cell –> Granulocytes (If question specify Cell Select Granulocytes, If question asks Site Select Bone Marrow)
Tearing of pelvic diaphragm durng child birth will paralyse –> Levator ani muscle
Ca of rectum metastasize to ?
C: spleen ,
Extravaseted urine from penile rupture, spreads to –> Scrotum
On vaginal examination, structure palpable is –> Ureters
Broncheal cartilages derived from –> Mesoderm
Broncheal epithelium and glands derived from –> Endoderm
Large amount of dextrose water will inhibit –> ADH
Erythropoietin released from –> Peritubular capillaries
Hormonal therapy in metastatic carcinoma, will cause –> Apoptosis
Withdrawal reflex mediated by –> Nociceptors
Typical presentation of Diabetese –> Wt Loss & Polyuria
The diagnostic lab test for the infection by streptococuss beta haemolyticus is –> blood culture.
(Remember: For Strep INFECTION –> Culture
For Strep infection COMPLICATIONS (Post-Strep GN or Rheumatic Fever) –> ASO titer
Pus contains –> Neutrophils
Enzymes release from Neutrophils –> ( lysosomal enzymes). –
Negri bodies –> in Rabies
Guarnieri bodies –> in Small pox
Henderson-Peterson bodies in –> Molluscum contagiosum –
Bollinger bodies => Fowl pox
Prowazek Bodies => Trachoma–Halberstaedter
Cowdry type A => in Herpes simplex virus and Varicella zoster virus and
Torres bodies in –> Yellow fever
Cowdry type B –> in Polio
Cowdry type B => in Adenovirus –
“owl eyes” => in cytomegalovirus
Warthin finkeldey bodies => in Measles
In farmer’s cause of angiosarcoma –> arsenic
Meningitis after pyogenic lung abscesss –> Staphylococci