Quiz Mock Test of FCPS Part 1 for November candidates 2016 UPDATED November 1, 2016 Dr. Jahangir Khan Leave a comment Mock Test of FCPS Part 1 for November candidates 2016 Welcome to your Mock Test of FCPS Part 1 for November candidates 2016 1) Orthodontist treats a patient and in final outcome his lower 2nd molar displaced,he again treated his lower 2nd molar in the end where will be the distolingual cusp of lower 2nd Molar lies? lingual groove of upper 2nd molar Distal groove of upper 2nd molar In between upper 1st and 2nd molar None2) Hematocrit consist of? Red blood cells WBCs, platelets and rbcs Blood Plasma3) A patient has difficulty on downward gaze eye; patient has difficulty descending downwards, which nerve is damaged? Trochlear nerve Superior branch of occulomotor nerve Inferior branch of occulomotor nerve Abducent nerve damage4) While doing surgery of thyroid gland surgeon accidently damaged inferior thyroid artery, nerve most likely damaged was? Internal laryngeal External laryngeal Superior laryngeal Recurrent laryngeal5) Prolactin secretion is controlled by? Prolactin releasing hormone Prolactin inhibiting hormone Inhibit Gnrh6) A female pt presented in opd with fracture of femur who was a sufferer of chronic osteomylitis, she had a history of RTA, on examination/diag amyloidosis was found. Which type it could be? Ageing Amyloidosis Antibody related soothing Reactive Amyloidosis Localized Amyloidosis7) Cornea is supplied by which of the following nerve? Optic Occulomotor Facial Trigeminal8) Type of collagen found in basement membrane? Type 1 Type II Type III Type 4 Type 59) Lateral wall of Nasal Cavity is supplied by which artery? Anterior Ethmoidal Artery Posterior Ethmoidal Artery Sphenopalatine Artery Maxillary Artery10) A child suffering from sneezing (allergy case) which immunoglobin will be involved? IgA IgM IgD IgE IgG11) An infected Surgical Wound of 72 hours duration, The Phagocytosis of Bacteria by Neutrophils is facilated by the opsonin? C5a C3b C3a C5-9 Complex C112) In which Hemolytic anemia, Splenectomy is the treatment? Autoimmune hemolytic anemia G6pd def Hereditary spherocytosis Sickle cell anemia Thallassemia13) The Protein in Enamel Structure is called? Keratin Apatite Carotene Collagen Creatine14) First chain in caries process is? Enamel rods Enamel prisms Loss of organic matrix Loss of interprismatic substances15) Complete denervation of the small intestine would be expected to? cause atrophy of the enteric nervous system increase the resting rate of intestinal peristalsis have little effect on the resting rate of intestinal peristalsis abolish the intestinal response to stretch cause peristalsis to become chaotic and irregular16) Lacrimal glands are example of which type of glands? Merocrine Holocrine Apocrine Serous Mucous17) Young Patient with nausea, Investigation shows Non reactive HbsAg, Anti HBs reactive, Anti Hbe reactive and IgM is non Reactive. What condition it will be? Previous Hepatitis infection Acute stage in treatment of Hepatitis Chronic carrier of Hepatitis Recovery Period of Hepatitis18) True about Paranasal Sinuses? Maxillary and ethmoid sinuses develops at the age of 2 years Sinus growth upto 25 years Frontal sinus forms first sinuses are not correlated with respiratory channel Maxillary Sinus is the First to develop19) Amalgam filling for deep carious lesion-polycarboxylate base is given. Where will you apply cavity varnish? varnish placed before applying base varnish placed after applying base no need of varnish with polycarboxylate apply varnish on the base of cavity only apply on the walls of cavity20) Disorientation of cell structure, size, and shape is called? Aplasia. Metaplasia. Dysplasia. Anaplasia. Desmoplasia.21) Anterior 2/3rd of tongues taste sensation is via Chorda tympani fibers of facial nerve , these fibers carrying taste sensation are ? General Somatic Efferent ( GSE ) General Visceral Efferent ( GVE ) Special Visceral Afferent ( SVA ) D-Special Somatic Afferent ( SSA )22) At night time which hormone has high levels? Thyroxin ADH Cortisol GH23) Early sign of calcium deficiency is? Tetany Osteoporosis Yellowing of teeth Problems with blood clotting24) Glycogan is? Animal polysaccharide Animal heteropolysaccharide Animal homopolysaccharide All are true25) Suck back porosity can occurs during which of the followings? Processing of heat cured acrylics Casting of alloys Processing of porcelain All of the above26) young's modulus defines which of the following? Elastic limit Stiffness Resilience Flexibility27) ZnO eugenol is not used for permanent cementation of crown and bridges, because of? Low strength Irritant to the pulp Poor initial sealing ability All of the above28) Strength of porcelain decreases due to? Over firing Entrapped air bubbles Sudden cooling All of the above29) The primary pathogen associated with localized aggressive periodontitis is? Actinomyces actinomycetemcomitans Prevotella intermedia Eikenella corrodens Campylobacter rectus30) Regarding the blood supply of the bone, which one is true? Short bones are supplied by the nutrient artery Epiphyseal arteries supply the ends of the long bone Compact bones are supplied by the epiphyseal and metaphyseal arteries medullary cavity of the bone is supplied mainly by the metaphyseal artery31) At the level of the six cervical vertebra the? Common carotid bifuractes Superior laryngeal nerve divides Oesophagus begins Recurrent laryngeal nerve divided into internal & external branches32) Cells of simple columnar epithelium are connected by? Tight junctions,adhering junctions,gap junctions Tight junctions,gap junctions,desmosomes Tight junctions only Desmosomes only33) Prothrombin factor decreases because of deficiency of? Vitamin A Vitamin B Vitamain K Vitamain H34) Vertebrea having prominent Spinous process is? T1 C7 T12 T435) Orthodontist treats a patient and in final outcome his lower 2nd molar displaced,he again treated his lower 2nd molar in the end where will be the distolingual cusp of lower 2nd Molar lies? lingual groove of upper 2nd molar Distal groove of upper 2nd molar In between upper 1st and 2nd molar None36) Morphine causes? Decrease peristalsis Decrease esophageal reflux Dec blous movement Increased hcl secretion37) Calcium and phosphorus daily supplement required? 1g calcium and 2 g phosphorus 3g calcium and 1g phosphorus 2g calcium and 1g phosphorus 2g phosphorus and 3 g calcium. 2 g each.38) A man who was working in factory, inhaling silica dust since past 6 years due to his job. He developed cough and chest pain. 1 cm rounded mass on x-ray. What cells may be seen in lungs? Foreign body giant cell Eosinophills Lymphocytes Macrophage induce inflammation39) Bone that is formed partially by membranous ossification and partially by cartilaginous ossification? Nasal Sphenoid Parietal Frontal Zygomatic.40) Edema which is related to increased Hydrostatic Pressure? Na Retention Nephrotic Syndrome Protein Malnutrition Congestive Pericarditis41) Lesion of chorda tympani causes? Loss of sensation on posterior 1/3rd of tounge Loss of sensation on anterior 2/3rd of tounge Loss of gag reflex42) Phrenic nerve lies in relation to muscle? Sclaneus anterior muscle Sclaneus medial muscle Sclaneus posterior muscle43) Cervical branch of facial nerve supplies? Bucinator muscle Platysma Inferior belly of omohyoid Superior belly of omohyoid44) After pergnency mother lactate her child for 1 year,during lactation period chilld has got no any Problem, what will happen with mother during pergenency? Glandular proliferation in breast during pergenency Atrophy of the breast Hypertrophy of the breast45) Hyline changes occurs by deposition of? Amyloid like material Hemochromatosis Hemosedrosis Fatty change46) Dimensional changes of Imbibation and Synersis occurs in? Reversible hydrocolloid Irreversible hydrocolloid Impression compound Elastomers47) Self cure and heat cure are same in which aspect? Dimensional stability Porosity Strength Colour stability48) Perikymata present on tooth is? Normal development Interstitial devlpment Hypocalcified structure Hypercalcified structure49) Which nerve is locally anasthesized for performing surgery on lateral side of nose? Maxillary nerve Mandibular nerve Opthalmic nerve Ant:ethemoidal nerve50) Superior venacava,inferior venacava,coronal sinus opens in to? Right ventricle Right atrium Left ventricle Left atriumBe sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results!