Past Paper of FCPS Part 1 Medicine and Allied 13 August 2015

-Turner Karyotype?

-Bee sting allergy. Most important mediator:
Bradykinin
Heparin

-Hylaine cartilage is present in which tissue?

-what type of joint is present between two parts of mandible during 1st year of life?
Gomphosis
Syndesmosis
Symphysis
Suture

-nerve supply of central part of parietal diaphragm

-Prolonged use of paraffin leads to deficiency of which vitamin?
Thiamine
Biotin
Vitamin A
VITAMIN B
Vitamin C
-Hypothyroidism increases?
Tolerance to cold
Serum cholesterol
BMR

-Hippocrates Oath
Confidentiality
Doctors rights
Sexuality

-Patient with atypical TB. He’s most likely to be?
Resistant to ATT

-Which nerve arches over the arch of aorta?
Left phrenic
Left vagus
Left recurrent laryngeal
Left sympathic trunk

-Location of geniculate ganglion
Medial wall of internal ear
Internal acoustic meatus & facial canal meet
-most common site of abscess in brain
Frontal lobe
Temporal lobe
Parietal lobe




-Where is glabella located?
In frontal bone between superciliary arches
In frontal bone
In frontal just below nasion
Parietal bone

-Most common inherited bleeding disorder : vWF

-Warthin starry stain is used to stain?
mycobacteria
Fungi
Chlamydia
Spirochetes

In Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy best Ca Channel Blocker: Verapamil

-Injury to neck of fibula injury leading to loss of eversion and dorsiflexion, which nerve is damaged?
common peroneal

-Q fever cause by?
Rickettsiae
Tick

-Virulence of bacteria depends on?

-Drug adverse reaction depends On?

Clearance of drug depends on?

– 3 questions about Hemisection Of spinal Cord asking about injury AT THE LEVEL of hemisection and others

-Type of necrosis in brain?
Liquefactive necrosis

-Diarrhea. Which type of abnormality?
Metabolic acidosis with Normal anion gap
Metabolic acidosis with raised anion gap
Metabolic acidosis with decreased anion gap
respiratory acidosis
respiratory alkalosis

-Two point discrimination. which type of receptors are involved?
Meissener corpuscle

-Dec PO2 : peripheral chemoreceptors

-Morphological features in polyarteritis nodosa?
Fibrinoid necrosis

-what is most likely to be seen in Metaplasia?
character of epithelium

-Smoking: Bronchogenic carcinoma

Highest calorie content:
fats
proteins
carbohydrates
vitamins and minerals

Mechanism of action of Gemfibrozil

Type of cells in acute viral infection

-Myasthenia Gravis is which type of hypersensitivity

-how much amount of air is required for pulmonary embolism

-Facial nerve exits through?

-Damage to capsule and articular capsule of temporomandibular joint causes damage to which muscle?

Conducting system of heart is located in?
Endocardium
Subendocardium
Epicardium
Myocardium
Subepicardium

-Osmosis helps to maintain
Shape of cell
Contents of cell
Volume of cell
Resting membrane potential of cell

-Involvement of actin, myosin and clathrin. Which type of transport is this?
Primary active
Secondary active
Facilitated
Simple
Carrier mediated

-Most carcinomas contain
Keratin
Desmin
Vimentin

-Characteristics of malignancy
Pleomorphism
Invasion

-Characteristics of dysplasia

-Microscopic feature in prolonged use of alcohol

-41% hematocrit means?

-Most common inherited bleeding disorder?
Factor X
Factor VIII
Von wilibrand

-In case of Vitamin K deficiency which factor is depleted first?
XI
II
VII
V

-Calculation of Urinary clearance and Dead space

-Vessel along left phrenic nerve?
Internal thoracic artery
Superior thoracic artery

-Hemorrhagic shock of 2L of blood. What is expected?
Coronary blood flow of 250ml
Increased venous return
Increased tpr

-Intake of 140mEq/mL. What will happen?
Increased plasma osmolarity
Increased icf osmolarity
Increased ecf osmolarity
Both icf and ecf osmolarity

-RTA. Patient in shock. Cause?
Profuse blood loss
Bladder injury

-Immunosuppressants given after transplant surgery. What is the important concern?
Decreased T cells
Increased susceptibility to bacterial infections

-Which of the following is immunostimulant?
Cortisol
Beta endorphin
GH

-which of the following is assessed in triple assessment for congenital defects?
Serum estrogen
Serum progesterone
Serum estriol
Serum estradiol
Serum estrione

-Typical question about menopause from past paper
Increased LH and FSH

Female gravida 1 is unable to lactate her baby even after her utmost desire . She has a history of post partum hemorrhage. What could be the cause?
Asherman syndrome
Sheehan syndrome

 

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