Tuesday, 12 November 2013

AIIMS NOV 2013 RADIOLOGY Qs:

AIIMS NOV 2013 RADIOLOGY Qs:

1. Which of the folwoing indicates radiograph contrast induced nephropathy?
A. increased creatinine levels
B. decreased urine output
C. increased bilirubin
D. decreased bilirubin

2. Anorchia best diagnosed by?
A. USG
B. SPECT
C. CT
D. Laparoscopy

3. Lactating women with painful breast, 1st investigation to be done should be?
A. USG.
B. Mammography
C. CT
D. MRI

4. Best investigation for diagnosis of H Type TO Fistula?
A. Tracheobroncoscopy
B. Oesophagoscopy
C. CT scan
D. X-ray

5. Radiologically, increased pulmonary blood flow is indicated by the following except:
A. Descending pulmonary artery diameter> 16 mm
B. Kerley b lines
C. Diameter of 2 peripheral arteries > accompanying bronchiole
D. > 6 blood vessel in outer 1/3rd

6. A 14 yr old boy with abnormal movements. MRI shows involvement of bilateral striatum, thalami, pons, centrum semiovale and asymmetrical diffuse white matter involvement. What could be the possible diagnosis?
A. Wilson’s disease
B. Hallevordon spatz disease
C. Nigrostriatal degeneration
D. Parkinsonism

7. A patient of RTA with injury over chest and limbs has low spo2. M mode US of right upper part of chest shows stratosphere sign. What is the diagnosis?
a. Haemothotax
b. Pneumothorax
c. Cardiac tamponade,
D Pulmonary embolism

8. Long form of FAST?
A. Focused abdominal sonography for trauma
B. Focused assessment by sonography for trauma
C.
D.

9. Most accurate for diagnosis of pregnancy in female with 6 wks amenorrhoea?
A. Usg showing fetal cardiac activity
B. Doppler  of foetal activity
C. Urine for pregnancy
D. Examination of uterus

10. What is the maximum radiation dose to point A for early and advanced Ca cervix?
a. 80-85 and 85-90 gy.
b. 85-90 and 90-95 gy
c. 75-80 and 80-85 gy
D. 70-75 and 75-80 gy

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