Part-2 | Multiple Choice Question and Single Best Answer for MBBS, FCPS, and MD

Part-2:Multiple Choice Question and Single Best Answer for MBBS, FCPS, and MD

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MBBS Final Prof MCQ and SBA: Part -2


Exam 2:

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

Medicine: Clinical Genetics

1. Following are mendelian disorders-
A. Neurofibromatosis
B. Hemophilia
C. Down's syndrome
D. Wilson's disease
E. Turner's syndrome
2. Methods used in prenatal genetic disease
testing-
A. Karyotyping
D. USG
e. Chorionic villus biopsy
D. PCR
E. DNA sequencing
3. Followings are true about XLR Disorders-
A. An effected male does transmit to son
B. Single mutant gene in female causes clinical
manifestations
Ne. Example: Duchene Muscular Dystrophy
D. Heterozygous females rarely express clinical
manifestations
E. Example: Spinal Muscular Atrophy
4. Following are true-
A. One affected gene shows clinical
manifestations in AD Disorders
B. One affected gene shows clinical
manifestations in AR Disorders
4. Following are true-
A. One affected gene shows clinical
manifestations in AD Disorders
B. One affected gene shows clinical
manifestations in AR Disorders
C. X-gene is more affected in AD disorders
D. Both males and females are equally affected
in AD Disorders
E. Thalassemia is an AR disorder
5. Following is true about turner syndrome-
A. It is an XLR Disorders
B. Webbing of neck present
C. Low arched palate present
D. Coarctation of aorta is present
E. Diagnosis is confirmed by USG

6. Gene therapy is commonly used in the
following diseases-
A. Familial hypercholesterolemia
B. Duchene Muscular Dystrophy
C. Haemophilia
D. Klinefelter' syndrome
E. Turner'syndrome

SBA:

7. A child has come for a routine checkup,
medical record shows history of cleft lip,
palate, congenital heart disease. On
examination shows the child has small head
and polydactyly. Which chromosome disorder
is most likely to be present?
a. Edward's syndrome
b. Klinefelter's syndrome
c. Turner's syndrome
d. Patau's syndrome
e. Triple X syndrome

8. What is the usual cause of death in
Duchenne muscular dystrophy?
a. Cardiomyopathy
b. Muscle paralysis
4. Respiratory failure
d. IHD
e. Stroke

9. Trisomy-18 is -
A. Down's syndrome
3. Edward's syndrome
C. Turner's syndrome
D. Patau's syndrome
E. Klinefelter's syndrome

10. A child came with severe mental
retardation and ASD. On examination you
found single palmar crease and generalised
muscular hynntonia What will havour

10. A child came with severe mental retardation and ASD. On examination you found single palmar crease and generalised
muscular hypotonia. What will be your diagnosis?
A. Down's syndrome
B. Edward's syndrome
C. Turner's syndrome
D. Patau's syndrome
F. Klinefelter's syndrome

Surgery: Cysts, Lipoma, Ganglion &
Hemangioma

11. Following are correct about TRUE CYSTS-
A. Lined by pyogenic membrane
B. Serous in nature
C. Thyroid cyst
D. Fluid collection due to exudation
E. Cystic swelling in tuberculous peritonitis

12. Following are the congenital cysts-
A. Thyroglossal cyst
B. Polycystic kidney
C. Hydatid cyst
D. Cystic hygroma
E. Haematogenous cyst

13. Followings are translucent cysts-
A. Cystic hygroma
B. Hydrocele
C. Sebaceous cyst
D. Dermoid cyst
E. Ranula

14. Incase of Sebaceous cysts-
A. Margin well defined
B. Punctum present
C. Slipping sign positive
D. Finger indentation test positive
E. Transillumination test positive

15. Incase of Branchial cysts-
A. Most common in the 2nd decade
B. Cholesterol crystal present
C. Lined by transitional epithelium
D. D/D is cystic hygroma
E. Punctum present

16. Followings are found in lipoma-
A. Surface is smooth
B. Soft in consistency
C. Slipping sign negative
D. Fluctuation test positive
E. Transillumination negative

17. Incase of hemangioma-
A. Pulsation present in cavernous
hemangioma
B. Port-wine stain disappears at 7th year
C. Strawberry hemangioma is common in
white girls
D. Hemangioma is radiosensitive
E. Proliferation stage is slow

SBA-

18. A 35 years old female came to you with a small swelling in her dorsum of the wrist. It is smooth, soft, cystic, non-tender. Transillumination test positive, It is mobile but movement restricted when wrist joint is extended your diagnosis is -
A. Sebaceous cyst
B. Lipoma
C. Ganglion
D. Hemangioma
E. Fibroma
19. Multiple sebaceous cysts found in-
A. Polycystic Kidney
B. Polycystic ovarian disease
C. Gardner's syndrome
D. Alopecia
E. Tuberculosis
B I UP


20. Which of the following is an universal tumor-
A. Sebaceous cyst
B. Hemangioma
C. Ganglion
D. Lipoma
E. None of the above

Gynae: Blood vessels, lyphdrainage and nerve innervation of pelvic organs


21. Vagina drained by following lyph
groups-
A. Internal iliac group
B. External iliac group
C. Aortic and Para-aortic group
D. Middle Rectal group
E. Superficual inguinal group

22. Vagina is supplied by which nerve-
A. Sympathetic from pelvic plexus
B. Parasympathetic from pelvic plexus
C. Pudendal nerve
D. T10-L1 spinal segments
E. Vagus nerve

23. Blood supply of uterus are-
A. Uterine artery
B. Ovarian artery
C. Vaginal artery
D. Rectal artery
E. Pudendal artery

24. Lymphatic drainage of body of uterus-
A. Superficial inguinal group
B. External iliac group
C. Internal iliac group
D. Sacral group
E. Aortic and lateral group

25. Following are true about ovary-
A. Uterine artery supply
B. Pampiniform plexus of veins
C. Para-aortic lyph drainage
D. Sympathetic supply from T11 segment
E. Aortic lyph drainage

26. Following are true about
female urethrae-
A. Vesical and internal pudendal
artery supply
B. Vesical vein
C. Lymph drained into iliac groups
of nodes
D. Vagus nerve supply
E. Internal pudendal vein

SBA:

27. Artery supply of vagina-
A. Ureteric branch of uterine
artery
B. External pudendal artery
c. Middle rectal artery
D. Vaginal branch of Renal artery
E. Ovarian artery


28. Parasympathetic supply of
uterus is-
A. S1-55 spinal segments
B. S2-54 spinal segments
C. T5-T6 & T10-L1 spinal segments
D. Pudendal nerve
E. Vagus nerve
29. Fallopian tube supplied by-
A. Uterine artery (lateral 2/3)
B. Ovarian artery (medial 2/3)
C. Ovarian artery (lateral 2/3)
D. Uterine artery (medial 2/3)
E. Ovarian artery (medial 1/3)

30. Sympathetic and
parasympathetic supply of vagina
is form-
A. Pelvic plexus
B. Sacral plexus
C. Lumbar plexus
D. Brachial plexus
E. Pudendal plexus

MCQ and SBA questions Solutions

Medicine:

1.TTFTF
2.FTTFF
3.TFTTF
4.TFFTT
5.FTFTF
6.TTTFF.
7.D
8.C
9. B
10.A

Surgery :

11.FTTFF
12.TTFTF
13. TTFFT
14.TTFTF
15. TTFTF
16.FTFFT
17.FFTTF
18.C
19.C
20.D

Gynaecology:

21.TFFFT
22.TTTFF
23.TTTFF
24.TTFFT
25. FTTFF
26.TTTFT
27.C
28.B
29.D
30.A


 
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Mr Ahmed Shitab Rangpur Medical College
Ahmed Shitab


Ahmed Shitab
MBBS,46th batch,Rangpur Medical College

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