Mock Tests for FCPS Test of FCPS Part 1 For September 2016 UPDATED August 27, 2016 Dr. Jahangir Khan 5 Comments Welcome to your Practice Test of FCPS Part 1 for September 2016 Candidates 1) What is the nerve supply of skeletal muscle? 60% motor, 40% sensory. 60% motor, 40% sensory, and some autonomic nerve fibers. 60% sensory, 40% motor.2) which of the following does not pass through superior orbital fissure? Trochlear nerve Internal carotid Artery Abducence Nerve Superior ophthalmic Vein 3) If there's loss of sensation of quinine drops on posterior 1/3rd of tongue, then which Nerve is likely to be damaged? Glossopharyngeal. Hypoglossal. Facial. Lingual.4) An imaginary line on posterior wall of rectus sheath midway between umblicus and pubic crest is called? Arcuate line. Pectinate line. Inguinal line.5) The median forhead is supplied by? Paired supratrochlear. Supraorbital. Facial. Great auricular.6) Jugular pulse is different from carotid pulse in? Independent of respiration. Dependent on respiration. Independent on position. Changes with respiratory rate7) Cervical vertebrae is previously found from? Somites 7. Somites 7 and 8. Somites 6 and 7. Somites 6.8) A 55 years old man has weakness of arm with improper speech, he speaks slurred words, intelligence is normal. The lesion is likely to be in? Dominant parietal lobe. Non dominant parietal lobe. Dominant frontal lobe. Occipital lobe. Non dominant frontal lobe.9) Optic tract ends at? Lateral Geniculate body. Visual cortex. Optic tract. Medial geniculate body.10) Regarding parasympathetic system? Associated with nuclei of 3rd and 4th ventricles. Innervated by adrenal gland. Post ganglionic neuron lie in the wall or close to organ supplied.11) What is true about Corticospinal tract? Arise from all motor cortex area not known as pyramidal tract Controls skill and coordinated movements Decusate at upper medulla12) Slowly adapting fibers are? Hair cell fibers Meissnier Pacinian Krauser's Pain fibers13) Primary Fastest conducting fibres? A-alpha . A-beta A-delta C fibres B fibres 14) Patient complained of dry eyes on examination there is no lacrimal secretion which is damage? Ciliary ganglion Pterygopalatine ganglion Otic ganglion15) Vomiting center located? in the reticular formation of medulla oblongata forbrain cerebellum mid brain16) Inhalation vapours pass from lung to brain because of? Pressure gradient Diffusion coefficient. Affinity for lipids17) Regarding BMR? Increase in old. Increase in females than males. Rate at which body uses energy at rest.18) After infusion of large amount of dextrose water, which hormone will be inhibited? Vasopressin Aldosterone. Insulin. BNP.19) Regarding Nerve conduction, which of the following is true? A typical Action Potential is about +40 As the Action Potential moves along the axon there is entry of NA Increases and permeability to Potassium ions decreases20) Defecation is carried out by? mass movement parasympathetic reflex from sacral region duodenocolic reflex ileocolic reflex 21) Regarding salivary secretions which statement is true? Major buffer is bicarbonate Does not contain K ions when secreted through duct Does not Contain amylase Produced 2.5 liter per day 22) Scenario of chain smoker having hematuria and passing black urine? Squamous cell carcinoma. Renal cells impaired. Adenocarcinoma.23) Which of the following Cells are present in allergic Nasal Polyp? Basophils Eosinophils Lymphocytes 24) What is the difference between Benign tumor and Hyperplasia? Presence of capsule. Resemblance to parent tissue Invasion.25) An alcoholic woman gives birth to a child, who's diagnosed to have fetal alcohol syndrome. What are the main characteristic features of fetal alcohol syndrome? Thin upper lip. Epicanthal folds. Microcephaly. Short nasal bridge.26) Left 5th aortic arch has? No derivatives in adult Right subclavian artery Truncus arteriosis27) Thyroid gland arises from? Ectoderm Mesoderm Ventral pharyngeal endoderm Dorsal pharyngeal endoderm28) Oropharyngeal mucosa is derived from? 1st pharyngeal arch 2nd pharyngeal arch 3rd pharyngeal arch29) True about Triglycerides? Exist in free form in body. Not present in dietry fat. . Transport in lipoprotein. Cholesterol is not synthesised in liver. Fatty acids bind to carbohydrates30) Which of the following contains more total glycogen? Liver skeletal Muscle Spleen Heart31) Which of the following is an Essential fatty acid? Linolenic acid. Oleic acid Stearic acid. Palmitic acid.32) BCG vaccines are example of ? Immediate T cell Delayed T cell B lymphocytes33) What is the mechanism of action of Co-Trimoxazole? Inhibits cell wall synthesis. Inhibits folic acid synthesis. Inhibits protein synthesis.34) Infusion of antibidy in blood will indicate which type of immunity? Active natural. Active artificial. Vaccination. Passive natural. Passive artificial.35) What is an absolute contraindication of Propofol? Hypersensitivity. Cardiac problems. Porphyria. Pregnancy.36) Which of the following drugs excrete with out any Biotransformation? Streptomycin Gentamycin Isoniazid Asprin37) Anti anxiety drugs are? minor tranquilizers act on GABA receptors in the brain and help promote calm can cause dependence and tolerance all of the above are true38) Mesiolingual cusp of upper 2nd Molar occludes with ? central fossa of lower 2nd Molar buccal ridge of lower 2nd molar in embrasure bw 1st and 2nd molar in embrasure bw 2nd and 3rd molar 39) 13 years old patient comes to dentist with palataly erupting tooth,on examination 63 retained, palataly erupting tooth should be? 13 34 23 1140) Limited mouth opening due to infection caused by carious third molar, which space is inlvolved submessetric space lateral pharyngeal space buccal space submandibular space submental space 41) Which gland contains Numerous mucous cells and with serous demilunes? Submandibular Gland Sublingual Gland Parotid Gland Pancrease Gland42) Mother uses medication for acne problem, Child develops staining of teeth, which structure is involved? Enamel Dentine Cementum43) Gemination/fusion of tooth occurs in which stage of tooth development ? Histodifferentiation Morphodifferentiation Initiation and Proliferation Eruption and Exfoliation44) If there's breaking of solder joint, which flux is deficient in? Fluoride. Chromium. Graphite.45) After taking an impression from impression plaster, what separating media should be used? Soap solution. Tin foil. Water soluble alginate. Petroleum jelly Cold mold seal.46) Which of the drug effects Cox 2 more than cox1? Etodolac Ibrufen Aspirin Acetaminophen47) The treatment of Salicylate Toxicity includes? Alkalinization of the Urine Inducing Vomiting Acidification of Urine N-Acetylcysteine Therapy48) what is the Corneal epithelial abrasion healing time? 1 Hours 2 hours 4 Hours 8 Hours 20 Hours49) In Carpel Tunnel syndrome the nerve most likely to be involved? Ulnar Radial Median Anterior Interosseous Palmer cutaneous nerve of Medican Nerve50) 9 months old suffers from recurrent upper respiratory tract infections and diarrhea, immunological test will reveal? Hypergammaglobinemia Decrease igA Decreased igD Decreased igE Increased igG51) On histo slide a Lymphoid organ partially covered by stratified squamous epithelium, what is this? Tonsils Thymus Pharynx Ovary52) Deglutition phases? All pharyngeal wall relax Soft palate move backward to close nasopharynx Platoglossal arch move medialy Laryngeal wall partialy approximated53) The firing temperature of high fusing porcelain lies in the range of: 1600-1950°F 2000-3400°F 2350-2500°F 2500 - 3400°F 1000 - 1500°F 54) The Highest percentage of essential Fatty Acids are present in? Butter Fat Sunflower Seed oil Corn Oil Ground Nut Oil55) The left vagus nerve crosses the anterior surface of the? Arch of Aorta Subclavian artery Internal carotid artery External carotid artery Thyrocervical trunk56) Complexs involved in graft rejection are? cellwall complexs major histocompatibility complex nuclear complexs All of the above are involved57) Linear co-efficient of thermal expension is highest for? Unfilled resin Composite resin GIC58) A patient has been taking anti-tuberculous therapy for MDR-TB. His drugs regimen contains 6 drugs. The patient eventually develops difficulty in distinguishing red & green colours. Which of the following drugs is responsible for this effect? Amiodrone Pyrazinamide Rifampicin Ethambutol Ciprofloxacin59) Stored Blood has following charcteristics ? Platlets will degenrate after 5 days, Deficient in factor V, VIII II, IV, VI, X, Dec. affinity for O2, dec. Increased hemolysis60) Shortest acting Benzodiazipines? Midazolam Diazepam Alprazolam Flourazepam61) . A young Farmer was spraying pesticides in field. After some time he left semi unconsciousness had excessive salivation and constriction of the pupils. Which one of the following drug should be given to patient? Atropine Desferol Naloxone Paralidoxine Physostigmine62) Which of the following is necessary for Protein Synthesis? mRNA tRNA rRNA All of The Above63) Which of the following organelles have their own DNA? Golgi apparatus RER SER Mitochondria Lysosomes 64) Tyrosine kinase receptors are present? Inside cell membrane On cell membrane Cytoplasm65) Long ridge on maxillary cuspid tooth is present on which surface? Mesially Distally Lingually Labially 66) How many Point Angles are present in all teeth? 08 12 10 0467) . A 22 years old boy presented with high grade fever and productive cough for last five days. His total wbc count is 21× 10^9/L with 95% neutrophils. A clinical diagnosis of pneumonia is suspected. Which one of the following test will be most helpful to confirm his diagnosis? Blood for culture Sputum for culture Sputum for gram stain Throat Swab for Culture68) A 65 years old male with end stage of renal disease had profuse vomiting in critical condition PH 7.33 Pco2 35 Hc03 22 Diagnosis is ?? metabolic acidosis with met alkallosis met acidosis with resp alkalosis partial Como resp acidosis resp acidosis with met alkalosis resp acidosis with resp alkalosis69) During the swallowing which muscle closes larynx? Tensor veli palatini Levatorveli palatini Palatoglossus Palatopharyngeus Lateral cricoarytenoids 70) What is more in venous blood than in arterial blood ? Rbcs Oxygen Hb PH Volume of blood 71) Cartilages of Larynx are derived from? 3rd Pharyngeal arch 4th Pharyngeal Arch 5th Pharyngeal Arch 6th Pharyngeal Arch72) Respiratory alkalosis is caused by? Jullian Barre Syndrome Diarrhea Pulmonary edema Vomiting Narcotics overdose73) Important nerve of pterygopalatine fossa Maxillar Lingual Greater palatine Chorda tympani Mandibular74) After giving blood transfusion, a patient develops hypersensitivity reaction. Which type of hypersensitivity reaction is this? Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Type 475) Regarding nasal septum which is more appropriate? Is always in midline Superior part have neuroepithelium Is formed by 3 bones and one cartilage It is grow as a long bone in cartilage. 76) A patient had a road accident and came to emergency, there was no external injury. Findings were ph 7.6 , pco2 20mmhg, pco3 47mg/dl. What should be the diagnosis? Respiratory alkalosis Respiratory acidosis Metabolic alkalosis Metabolic acidosis. ( ph was high, pco2 dec.) 77) Which of the following is Neural crest derivative? Dorsal horn cell Ventral horn cell Sensory ganglion of spinal nerves Retina and optic nerve 78) Question about branchial plexus artery, artery passed in branchial plexus below or above trunk.? Suprascapular artery Middle scpular artery Lateral scapular artery Inferior scapular artery. 79) Most common glial cells in grey matter of Brain are? Oligodendrocytes Fibrous Astrocytes Schwaan Cells Ependymal Cells Microglia 80) Regarding the penicillin which one is correct? Activated by beta lactamase It has 4 beta lactam groups that has antibacterial activity Is more affective against gram negative due to thick cell wall Was first discovered from Amazon plant Bacteriostatic. Be sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results!