Past Paper of FCPS Part 1 Dentistry 16 August 2015 B

101. Bile salts present in bile,
A. Conjugated with glycine and tyrosin.
B. Conjugated to glucouronic acid.

102. Regarding RBCs,
A. Life span is of three weeks.
B. Dorectly form from proerythroblast.
C. Stain basophilic on blood histology.

103. When biopsy is taken from cervical region, what would be findings,
A. Lymoh nodules not present.
B. Collagen fibers present.
C. afferent and efferent fibers present.

104. After infusion of large amount of dextrose water, which hormone will be inhibited?
A. Vasopressin.
B. Aldosterone.
C. Insulin.
D. BNP.

105. Which one of anterior pituitary hormone has inhibitory control through hypothalamus.
A. TSH.
B. GH.
C. Prolactin.
D. Cortisol.
E. Somatostanin.

106. A boy collapsed 2 hours after tonsillectomy. What is reason behind this?
A. Hypovolumic shock.
B. Septicemic shock.
C. Neurogenic shock.
D. Cardiogenic shock.
E. Toxic shock.

107. What is an absolute contraindication of Propofol:
A. Hypersensitivity.
B. Cardiac problems.
C. Porphyria.
D. Pregnancy.

108. Regarding saliva,
A. Hypertonic.

109. What is the reason of elongatation of tooth on xray?
A. Wrong angulation.
B. Underdeveloped xray.
C. Overdeveloped xray.
D. Defective fixer.
E. Cloudiness of film.

110. In which period of organogenesis smoking is hazardous?
A. 3 to 8 weeks.
B. 7 to 12 weeks.
C. 1 to 4 weeks.

111. Fetal movements are felt in which month?
A. 4 month.
B. 6 month.
C. 7 month.
D. 2 month.

112. Edema in nephrotic syndrome is due to,
A. Hypoabuminemia.
B. Increased hydrostatic pressure.
C. Lymph obstruction.

113. Which organs contain abundant amount of glucose-6-phosphate?
A. Liver.
B. Heart.
C. Brain.
D. Kidney.

114. Which one is best diagnostic test for osteoporosis?
A. Serum calcium and phosphorus.
B. X ray.

115. What radiations are used in radiotherapy?
A. Xrays.
B. Gamma rays.
C. UV rays.




116. Which is most serious long term complication of radiotherapy?
A. Leukemia.
B. Growth retardation.

117. A homosexual male has corrugated appearance on his tongue. What is the cause?
A. Elongation of folate papillae.
B. Hairy tongue.
C. Reddish brown patch.
D. Caused by EBV.

118. EBV causes,
A. Nasopharyngeal carcinoma.
B. Squamous cell carcinoma.
C. Basal cell carcinoma.

119. A patient is having pain in the region between orbit and lips and towards auricle. This pain sensation is carried by,
A. Maxillary branch of trigeminal nerve.
B. Mandibular nerve.
C. Facial nerve.

120. The median forhead is supplied by,
A. Paired supratrochlear.
B. Supraorbital.
C. Facial.
D. Great auricular.

121. A patient received PPD. After 24 hours he devoped an indurated area. The cells most likely present in indurated area are,
A. B cells.
B. T cells.
C. Macrophages.
D. Neutrophils.
E. Leukocytes.

122. A patient comes to OPD with history of RTA. He had shallow breathing. His respiratory rate is 11 breaths/minute. He probably has,
A. Decreased O2, increased CO2, decreased H+, increased pH.
B. Decreased pH.
C. Decreased O2, increased CO2.

123. Human body can tolerate the deficiency of,
A. Lipids.
B. Proteins.
C. Iodine.
D. Carbohydrates.

124. A patient presents with a localized abscess with multiple draining sinus that contain sulfur granules. Which organ is likely cause?
A. Actinomyces israeli.
B. Staphylococcus.
C. E.coli.

125. SVC, IVC, and coronary sinus opens into,
A. Right atrium.
B. Right ventricle.
C. Left atrium.
D. Left ventricle.

126. Jugular pulse is different from carotid pulse in,
A. Independent of respiration.
B. Dependent on respiration.
C. Independent on position.
D. Changes with respiratory rate.

127. Cervical vertebrae is previously found from,
A. Somites 7.
B. Somites 7 and 8.
C. Somites 6 and 7.
D. Somites 6.

128. A 55 year old man has weakness of arm with improper speech, he speaks slurred words, intellugence is normal. The lesion is likely to be in,
A. Dominant parietal lobe.
B. Non dominant parietal lobe.
C. Dominant frontal lobe.
D. Occipital lobe.
E. Non dominant frontal lobe.

129. Blood supply of pectoralis flap,
A. Facial artery.
B. Internal thoracic artery.

130. Optic tract ends at,
A. Lateral geniculate body.
B. Visual cortex.
C. Optic tract.
D. Medial geniculate body.
E. Optic radiation.

131. Chemical reactkon of gypsum is called,
A. Precipitation.
B. Calcification.

132. What is the diagnostic test for tuberculosis?
A. AFB.
B. Caseous necrosis.
C. Chest xray.
D. Montaux test.

133. Halothane is not used alone. It ahould be combined with,
A. NO.
B. Thiopentone.

134. In which condition cardiac output is markedly increased?
A. Exercise.
B. Eating.
C. Sleep.
D. Anxiety.
E. Increased body temperature.

135. Which structure arches over the root of left lung.
A. Vagus nerve.
B. Azygous vein.
C. Arch of aorta.

136. Creatinine clearance in moderate kidney failure is,
A. Less than 25.
B. 25 to 40.
C. 40 to 60.
D. Above 60.

137. Regarding parasympathetic system,
A. Associated with nuclei of 3rd and 4th ventricles.
B. Innervated by adrenal gland.
C. Post gangkionic neuron lie in the wall or close to orgam supplied.

138. Why HDL is protective?
A. It carries cholesterol away from endothelial cells.

139. What would be the findings in adult pyogenic meningitis?
A. Increased glucose.
B. Increased protein.
C. Decreased glucose.
D. Decreased protein.

140. What is the important cause of secondary polycythemia?
A. Increased erythropoetin.
B. Vitamin B12.

141. True about thyroid gland,
A. Iodine binds with tyrosine by enzyme tyrosinase.
B. Required for skeletal maturation.
C. Increased level causes muscle weakness.

142. True about active transport,
A. Uphill transport for few cells.
B. Carried mediated.
C. Does not require ATP.

143. Secondary active transport occurs through,
A. Sodium.
B. Glucose.
C. Potassium.

144. Bioavailabilty is related to,
A. Oral route.
B. IV route.
C. IM route.
D. SL route.
E. SC route.

145. Lipoprotein with highest protein content is,
A. HDL.
B. LDL.
C. VLDL.
D. IDL.
E. Chylomicrons.

146. Aspirin causes,
A. Decrease in body temperature.
B. Increase in body temperature.
C. Decrease in elevated temperature in fever.

147. Which one is an example of pharmacodynamics?
A. Effect of morphine is reversed by Naloxone.

148. Nasolacrimal duct opens into,
A. Inferior nasal meatus.
B. Middle meatus.
C. Sphenoethmoidal recess.
D. Superior meatus.

149. In allergy, important mediator is,
A. Histamine.
B. Esinophils.
C. Bradykinin.

150. Which one is the primary cartilagenous joint,
A. Chostochondral.
B. Symphysis.
C. Gomphosis.
D. Syndesmosis.
E. Costovertebral.

151. A patient presents with moon face, hypertension, and osteoporosis. Which of the following findings are present in this patient?
A. Increased blood glucose.
B. Decreased blood glucose.
C. Increased calcium.
D. Decreased calcium.
E. Increased phosphate.

152. Damage to ulnar nerve will cause,
A. Loss of abduction and adduction of thumb and index finger.
B. Loss of sensation in thumb, index finger, and middle finger.

153. A paedodontist sends an stainless steel crown for repair. The technichian was unable to join the fractured parts. The primary ingredient missing is,
A. Fluoride.
B. Chromium.
C. Sodium chloride.
D. Zinc.

154. Immediate precursor of epinephrine is,
A. Norepinephrine.
B. Dopamine.
C. Tyrosine.
D. Phenylalanine.

155. Biotin is involved in,
A. Carboxylation.
B. Decarboxylation.
C. Deamination.
D. Transamination.

156. Which one is systemic antifungal of choice?
A. Amphotericin B.
B. Nystatin.
C. Ketoconazole.

157. Regarding glossopharyngeal,
A. Supplies all the muscles of larynx.
B. Supplies palatoglossus.

158. Regarding CSF,
A. Procides cushioning effect that protects brain.
B.Formed by choroid plexus.

159. A lady ate a roasted lamb. Which enzyme is necessary for it’s digestion.
A. Enteropeptidase.

160. Triglycerides,
A. Exist in free form in body.
B. Not present in animal fat.

161. Diffusion of gas through lung is increased by,
A. Increased diffusion capacity.
B. Increased membrane thickness.
C. Decreased temperature.
D. Decreased surface area.

162. A patient presents with jaundice that lasts for one year. His total bilirubin is 10 mg and conjugated bilirubin is 1gm. What is the likely disgnosis?
A. Obstructive jaundice.
B. Hemolytic jaundice.
C. Cholestatic jaundice.

163. A patien has pH 7.3 CO2 25 HCO3 16 Anion gap 25. What is likely diagnosis?
A. Metabolic acidosis.
B. Metabolic alkalosis.
C. Respiratory acidosis.
D. Respiratory alkalosis.
E. Hypoxia.

Person stumbling, medial slightly eye ball , diplopia, nerve affect : Superior branch of cn 3
Inf branch of cn 3
Abducent
Facial

Optic nerve finres terminate at :
Lateral geniculate
Medial geniculate
Visual cortex Optic chasm

not used under composite
Caoh
Zoe
Resin

If ulnar get damages then :
(option yaad nahi per asim shoaib surgery ka tha

Corrugated appearance on lateral surface of tongue:
Kaposi sarcma
Hairy leukoplakia
Lichen planus

MMA shrinkage:
21%
12%
15%

Marked cardiac output increase by:
Performing exercise
Anxiety and excitement
Sleep
Depression

In standing positiin venouse return from the lower limb is :
Returned by calf pump
Standing to sitting position

Important mediator of inflammation:
Histamine
Prostaglandin
Bradykinin

Pectorilis major flap is supplied by :
Axillary nerve
Brachial nerve
Mucocutaneos nerve
Phrenic nerve

There was a question regarding epbow joint woh bhi seedha asim shoaib ka tha arm se related

Phir there was another bcq of asim shoib arcuate line waala

Hard painless swelling on the jucntion of hard and soft palate:
Pleo adenoma
SCC

Phir swelling in midline:
Torus palitanus

Caries thriving depends on
Xerostamiac patient
Beetlenut
Cancer therapy

Forehead flap is supplied by
Supratrochlear
Supraorbital
Facial

Cycloserine causes:
Hemolysis
Conugatiion
Bone marrow cell depression

Cyclosporine mechanism of action:

Aspirin in antocogualant therapy in heart patient mechanism of action:

Patient having 102 F fever for two days,mediators:
Inf and Il 1 Histamine Inf

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