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MCQ - Central Nervous System and Cardiology

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

MCQ - Central Nervous System and Cardiology

1. Thalamus relays all sensory sensations except
     a) Touch    b)Temperature    c) Olfaction    d) Auditory

2. Commonest cause of sec-HTN is
     a)Renal parenchymal disease    b)Rena artery stenosis    c)Pheochromocytoma    d)Primary aldosteronism    e)Aortoarteritis

3.Which is not true about UMN lesion?
     a) Weakness of individual group of muscles    b)Increased tone    c)Extensor plantar response    d) loss of abdominal reflex   e)Decreased tendon reflex

4.Huntingdon sign is seen in
     a)Huntingdon’s disease    b) UMNL    c) Congenital syphilis    d) LMNL    e)Parkinsonism

5.The most posterior structure of heart is
      a)Left atrium    b)Right atrium    c)Left ventricle    d)Right ventricle    e)right atrial appendage

6. In Broca’s aphasia, the following are seen except
     a) Spontaneous speech is reduced    b) patient repeats words   c) Comprehension is little-impaired    d) telegraphic speech

7. Personality changes are seen in lesions of
     a) Temporal    b) Parietal    c) Frontal    d) Occiputal

8. Commonest organism producing myocarditis is 
      a)Coxackie virus    b)Adeno virus    c)SARS virus    d)mumps virus    e)leptospira

9. The phenomenon of “sensory inattention” can be found in patients with lesions of
     a) Thalamus    b) Brain stem and spinal cord   c) Frontal lobe of cortex    d) Parietal lobe of cortex

10.Normal PR interval (milliseconds) in ECG is 
      a)100-200    b)100—220    c)120-200    d)120—220    e)120—240

11. Palmo-mental reflex is seen in lesions of
     a) Frontal    b) Parietal    c)Temporal    d) Occiputal lobe

12. Todd’s paralysis is seen in
     a) Grand mal epilepsy    b) Petit mal epilepsy   c) Temporal lobe epilepsy    d) Jacksonian epilepsy

13. In temporal lobe epilepsy, the symptom not seen is
      a) Dreamy states    b) Visual & olfactory hallucinations   c) Familiarity    d) Fortification spectra

14. History of TIA excludes
     a) Thrombotic episodes    b) H/ge    c) embolic episodes    d) completed stoke

15.Following is the largest protein molecule. 
      a)titin    b)actin    c)myosin   d)troponin   e)tropomyosin

16. Occlusion of anterior cerebral artery causes
     a) Contralateral lower leg weakness   b) Urinary incontinence    c) Hemianopia    d) Hemianaesthesia of opposite half of face

17. Causes of cerebral thrombosis include
     a) Polycythemia vera    b) Sickle cell anaemia    c) Dissecting aortic aneurysm   d) Migrainous dura with persistent deficit    e) all

18. Figure of 8 appearance in x-ray is seen in 
      a)TAPVC    b)TGV    c)DORV    d)Pulmonary atresia    e)Tricuspid atresia

19. Commonest form of dementia
     a) Alzheimer’s    b) Multiple sclerosis    c) Multiple infarcts    d) slow virus disease

20. Progressive form without neurological signs is seen in
     a) MND     b) Alzheimer’s disease    c) Parkinsonism     d)Huntingdon’s chorea

21. Cardiac lesion seen in Noonan’s syndrome is 
      a)COA    b)Dyplstic pulmonary valve    c)PS    d)supra valvular AS    e)PDA

22.Red cell casts seen in 
     a)Proliferative GNM    b)Interstitial nephritis    c)Acute glomerulonephritis    d)Pyelonephritis

23.Normal BUN range is
     a)20-40mg/dL    b)2.14mg/dL    c)8-25mg/dL    d)0.6-1.3mg/dL

24.Metabolite of purine metabolism 
      a)Creatinine    b)Uric acid    c)Urea    d)BUN

25. Schizophrenia includes 
      a)Ambivalence    b)Autism   c)Negativism    d)thought disorder    e)all


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