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Part-3 | Multiple Choice Question and Single Best Answer for MBBS, FCPS, and MD

Part-3:Multiple Choice Question and Single Best Answer for MBBS, FCPS, and MD

FCPS part 1 sample Question


Final Prof MCQ and SBA: Part -3

Revise Exam : between Exam 2 and Exam 3.

Medicine 10 marks
Surgery 10 marks
Gynae 10 marks
Total 30 marks

Medicine: history taking and examination and clinical genetics


1.followings are true:-
a.idiotic face- acromegaly
b.bilateral ptosis-3rd nerv palsy
c.discoid rash-SLE
d.agitated expression -anxiety
e.prominant malar bones- acromegaly

2.SBA: which type of tremor found in cerebellar lesion?
a.resting tremor
b.fine tremor
c.intention tremor
d.flapping tremor

3.Causes of irregular pulse?
a.atrial flatter
b.atrial fibrilation
c.sinus tachycardia
d.2nd degree heart block
e.heart failure

4.non pulsatile raised JVP found in?
a.obstruction of SV
b.fluid overload
c.heart failure
d.heart block
e.right heart failure

5.SBA: a 15 yr old boy come to u with the complaints of fever for 6 days nd rash on his body. What could be the d/d?
a.small pox
b.dengue
c.typhoid
d.vasculitis
e.malaria

6.followings true about chromosomal abnormality :-
a.Haemophilia is more common
b.XYY syndrome is a example of autosomal trisomy
c.turner syndrome is a example of monosony
d.PCR is done to diagnose the disease
E.Marfans syndrome is autosomal recessive Disease

7.SBA:karyotyping of down's syndrome?
a.47 XY
b.47 XY+21
c.47 xxx
d.47 XY +22
e. 47 XY+18

8.SBA: lingua nigra found in:
a.alcohol poisoning
b led poisoning
c.bismuth poisoning
d.arsenic poisoning
e.Hg poisoning

9.SBA:pel-ebstein fever is a feature of:
a. Typhoid
b.non Hodgkins lymphoma
c.Hodgkins lymphoma
d.leukemia
e.malaria

10.causes of epitrochlear lymphadenopathy:
a. Primary syphilis
b.leukemia
c.lymphoma
D. Secondary syphilis
e. Tonsillitis

Surgery : Ulcer, Sinus, Fistula, heamangioma,ganglion


1.followings are true about callous ulcer:
a.thin scanthy serous discharge
b.indurated edge
c.floor contains pinkish granulation tissue
d.tendency  to heal
e.regional lymphadenopathy

2.followings are painless ulcer:
a. Tubercular ulcer
b.syphilitic  ulcer
c. Malignant ulcer
d.pyohenic ulcer
e.rodent ulcer

3.complecation of veinous ulcer:
a. Haemorrhage
b.marjolins ulcer
c.periostitis
d.calcification
e.talipes equino varus

4.followings are neoplastic fistula:
a.colo-colic fistula
b.colo-vesical fistula
c.utero-vaginal
d.gastro-colic
e.vesico-vaginal

5.SBA: example of degenerative cyst:
a.epidermoid cys
b.dermoid
c.cysadenoma
d.uterine leomyoma
e.cystic hhgroma

6.following are true about epidermoid cyst;

a. Common sites are scalp, face,vulva
b.non tender
c.fixed with underlying structure
d.fluctuation test negative
e. Indentation test positive

7.cholestrol crystal are seen in:

a. Brachial cyst
b.maningocele
c.hydrocele
d.dermoid cyst
3.epidermoid cyst

8.SBA: in lipoma which one is positive?
a. Flactuation
b.transillumination
c. Slipping sign
d.indentation
e.none of them

9.following are true about haemangioma:
a. Benign tumor
b.pulsation absent in venous haemangioma
c.strawberry haemangioma present at birth
d.strawberry haemangioma common in  white girls
e.can occur in any parts of the body

10.example of congenital sinus:
a.urachal
b.sacral
c.pilonidal
d.suture
e.coccygeal

Gynaecology: Anatomy of the female pelvis organ & blood vesel and innervation of female reproductive organ


1.uterus is directly suported by:
a.round ligament
b.broad ligament
c.endocervical fascia
d.levator ani
e.perineal body

2.SBA: opening of bartholins gland lined by:

a. Columner epithelium
b. Cuboidal epithelium
c. Stratified squamous epithelium
d. Simple squamous epithelium
e. None of them

3.SBA:lower part of the vagina is supplied by:
a. Pelvic plexus
b. Pudendal nerve
c.hypogastric nerve
d.ilioinguinal nerve
e.posterior cuteneous nerve of thige

4.derivatives of Wolffian duct in male:
a.deuct of epididymis
b.seminal vesicle
c.part of bladder nd urethra
d.prostetic part of urethra
e.gartner's duct

5.SBA: nervi erigentes are derived from;
a. S2,3,4
b.L2-4
c.T10-L1
d.S1-S4
e.L1-L2

6.peculiarities of pelvic vains?
a.tendency to form plexuses
b.vains follow the course of artery
c.have valves
d.freely anastomose with each other
e.valves absent

7.SBA:which one is not true about uterus;
a. Have three layers of muscles
b. Three parts
c.connected with felopian tube
d.fartilization occurs here
e.cervix is more prone to carcinoma

8.vaginal artery arises from;
a. Uterine artery
b.rectal artery
c.pudendal artery
d.internal iliac artery
e.renal artery

9.SBA: lower 1/5 th of uterus is developed frrom:
a.ectoderm of urogenital sinus
b. Endoderm of urogenital sinus
c.canalized sino-vaginal bulbs
d.fused mullerian ducts
e.none of them

10.SBA: lymphatics of bladder drain into:
a. Internal iliac lymph node
b.exrernal iliac
c superficial ibguinal
d.common iliac
e. Sacral group of lymph node

Answer of MCQ and SBA 

Medicne

1)FFTTF
2) C
3)TTFTF
4)TFTFT
5)FTTTF
6)TFTTF
7)B
8)C
9)C
10)FTTTF

Surgery :

1) TTFFT
2) FTTFT
3) TTTTT
4)FTFTF
5)D
6)TTFFT
7)TFTFF
8)C
9)TTTTT
10)TTFFT

Gynae:

1)TTFFF
2)C
3)B
4)TTFTF
5)A
6)TFFTT
7)D
8)TFFTF
9)B
10)B

 
Question created by :

Dr Md Ahmed Sumon

MD Ahmed Sumon
MBBS,46th batch,Rangpur Medical College.

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