Monday, 7 April 2014

Pasavant ridge palatopharyngeus muscle
icepack test mysthenia gravis
m|c|c of RDmyopia
vincristine n vinblastine cell cycle M specific
glans penisdeep ing ln
spinocerebellumsoothen n co ordination
neocerebellumplanning n programming
donoghue triad
ACL
MCL
Medial meniscus
doc for cryptococcus meningitisampoterecin b
+fluocytosine
fibrocartilage collagen type
3.glomus jugulare seen in? hypotympanum✅
4.osseocartilagenous junction on dorsum of nose?
rhinion✅
5.costen syndrome refers to neurological pain assoc
with? temporomandibular joint✅
6. Von ebner glands is mainly present in ?
Tongue
Tongue✔
8. Vein of mayo is seen where ?
Pylorus✔
1.pure motor loss
Dm
Pb
Gbs
Cis platin
2. Not seen in ARDS
Hypoxia
Pul edema
Hypercapnea
Stiff lung
3. Hyperangina is caused by
Echo v
Entro v
Coxsakie v
All
4. Doc for filariasis
Dec
Albendazole
Nifurtimox
Doxy
5. Doc for American Trypanosomiasis
Miltefosine
Sb
Amb
Nifurtimox
a.int jugular V
b.SVC
c.ext jugular vein
d.brachiocephalic v✅
5.All lie betn 1st rib and apex of lung except
a.thoracic duct✅
b.sup. intercostal artery
c.symp trunk
d.first post intercostal V
36.gotron's sign z a feature of
Dermatomyositis
37.fox fordyce dz affects
Apocrine sweat glands
38.lidocain which z used with adrenaline in
concentration of
1: 200000
39.anesthetic agent excreted by kidney z
Gallamine
40.arthritis multilans seen on X-ray in
Psoriatic arthropathy
41.cranial irradiation z given in
Small cell ca of lung
42 distant Mets of bone can b best detected by bone
scan
43.earliest sign of raised ICT z
Erosion of dorsum Sella
44.septal hematoma z treated with
Incision nd drainage
45.kisselbach's plexus dsnt involve
A.ant ethmoidal a.
B.post ethmoidal a. √√
C.sphenopalatine a.
D.greater palatine a.
26 th am dnb
coloboma of iris m/c in ?inferonasal part
UGA stop codon codes for which AA?
selenocystine
BCG Is for tx of whoch ca?ca bladdr
HHV 8 causes?
kaposis sarcoma
first L forms were seen in?streptobacillus
monaliformis
longest duration cu t?
cu380a
1 Half life of insulin ?
A 1-2 min
B 4-6 min
C 10-12 min
D 12-16 min
B
B
1.deep peroneal n. provides sensory inervatn to
--> 1st web space
2.sesamoid bone present in
--> adductor pollicis
3.proximal tubules have
--> aquaporin 1
4.tick born relapsing fever z caused by
--> borreila hermsii
5.tarsal tunnel syndrome z caused by which
arthritis?
--> RA
 housing scal devloped 4 rural
✅pareek (also prasad 's scale)
Kupuswamy for urban
dying declaratn cms undr
✅sec 32 iea
 max o2 conc attained in venturi mask
✅60%
(nasal canula 44%)
length f umbilical cord
✅30-100 cm (~50)
 nerv terminal or synapse release chemicals-
discovered by
✅ otto loewi
5. Max conc. Of secreting cells in ant pituitary is
somatotroph 50 %
6. Minimum concentration is of thyrotrop 5%
7. Recurrent hemoptysis .xray normal. Next step hrct
8.duchene muscle dystrophy presents with mental
retardation also.. absent in beckrs
9 sphenoid wing dysplasia - nf1
10. Max benefit in multiple sclerosis is by
mitoxantrone but bcoz of side effects not used
11 doc of multipl sclerosis - ifn beta
MC cause of acute infantile gastroenteritis ? Rota
virus true about Turner syndrome ?
Normal intelligence MC cause of
death in klienfelter syndrome?
Infection in females , maximum
growth spurt occurs ? Tanner breast stg 3, axillary
stg 3 false about Wilms? Presents at
age of 5 years most common
thyroid tumor in children? Papillary ca
what should be given first in severely malnourished
child? Dextrose amount of
fluid given in 3 year old
child? ??? fast breathing in a
child ? > 40 cong rubella
causes - deafness , cataract , cardiav defect (except-
hydrocephalus ) gas reaches
colonic end in newborn at end of - 8-10
hrs 5 year child with enlarged
liver , uncontrolled hypoglycemia & ketosis . Most
prob. Diagnosis? Glycogen storage
disease
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One liners
Some IMPORTANT QUESTIONS asked in NEET
1. Best research evidence is given by : Meta-analysis
2. Warfarin action potentiated (PT prolonged) by all
except: Omeprazole/clofibrate/aspirin/barbiturates,
Ans is Barbiturates
3. Half life of insulin is: <5 min
4. Toxin acting by G protein: Cholera
5. Which is a G protein coupled receptor: AMPA/
Kainate/Metabotropic/NMDA: Ans Metabotropic
6. Inotropic action of catecholamines is mediated
by : Beta 1 receptors
7. Intermediate paralysis by organophosphates
treatment: symptomatic
8. Local anaesthetic act on: Na channels from inside
the cells
9. Anakinra MOA: IL-1 receptor antagonist
10. Strongest vasoconstrictor is: Ang II/Bradykinin/
Endothelin: Ans Ang II
11. Antihypertensive of choice in systemic sclerosis:
ACE inhibitors
12. Non enzymatic spontaneous degradation is seen
with: Atracurium
13. Anaesthetic causing max green house effect and
global warming: Halothane/enflurane/desflurane/
isoflurane: Ans Desflurane
14. Tocolytic beta agonist: Ritodrine
15. Not useful for acute attack of asthma:
salbutamol/salmeterol/terbutaline/orciprenaline: Ans
salmeterol
16. Which is not useful in hypercalcemia:
Erythromycin/gallium/bisphosphonates:
Erythromycin
17. Treatment of uveitis with raised IOT:
Pilocarpine/timolol/steroids/atropine: Ans steroids
18. Treatment of choice for type 1 tyrosinemia:
Nitisinone
19. True about methysergide are All except: ergot
alkaloid/used in migraine/5HT2 antagonist/5HT3
antagonist: Ans 5HT3 antagonist
20. Drug used in acute attack of migraine:
Sumatriptan
21. Which is osmotic diuretic: Glycerol
22. Beta blockers used in CHF are all except:
Metoprolol/carvedilol/bisoprolol/atenolol: Ans:
Atenolol
23. Antiepileptic not acting through GABA: CBZ/
valproate/phenobarbitone/diazepam: Ans: CBZ
24. Antipsychotic useful in unipolar depression:
Aripiprazole/quetiapine/risperidone/sertindole
25. Major disadvantage of ketamine is: apnoea/
hypotension/hallucination and CNS problems/
unconsciousness: Hallucination and CNS problems
26. NSAID cause peptic ulcer by: Decreasing PG and
thus decreasing mucus and HCO3
27. Not a first line drug in ALL: Vinblastine/
vincristine/methotrexate/6-mercaptopurine: Ans
vinblastine
28. Non heme iron is absorbed less with food
because: Food contains phytates and oxalates
29. Congential malformations caused if used in first
trimester: cloxacillin/steroids/heparin: Ans steroids
30. Which is incretin mimetic: Exenatide
31. PPI not given i.v.: Omeprazole/esomeprazole/
lanso/panto: Ans omeprazole
32. Pt taking clindamycin develops pseudomemb
colitis likely organism: Cl. Difficile\
33. Primaquine induced hemolytic anemia occurs in
patients with deficiency of : Glucose-6-phosphate
dehydrogenase
34. DOC for hepatitis B: Entecavir
35. Mercury produce toxicity by: binding to
sulfhydryl group
36. Potentiate the action of insulin: Chromium
ONE LINER 4 NEET
What is associated with: Orphan Annie cells?
Papillary carcinoma of the ovary
What is associated with: Russell bodies? Multiple
myeloma
What isassociated with: Reinke's crystals? Leydig
cell tumor
What is associated with: Blue sclera? Osteogenesis
imperfecta
What isassociated with: Soap-bubble appearance
on an x-ray? Giant cell tumorof the bone
What is associated with: Pseudorosettes? Ewing's
sarcoma
What isassociated with: Lucid interval? Epidural
hematoma
What isassociated with: Bloody tap on lumbar
puncture? Subarachnoid hemorrhage
What is associated with: Pseudopalisades?
Glioblastoma multiforme
What isassociated with: Charcot-Leyden crystals?
Bronchial asthma (eosinophil membranes)
What is associated with: Cafe au fait spot on the
skin? Neurofibromatosis
What is associated with: Streaky ovaries? Turner's
syndrome
What isassociated with: Keratin pearls?
Squamous cell carcinoma
What is associated with: Signet ring cells? Gastric
carcinoma
What isassociated with: Mallory's bodies?
Chronic alcoholism
What is associated with: Blue-domed cysts?
Fibrocystic changeof the breast
What is associated with: Schiller-Duval bodies?
Yolk sac tumor
What is associated with: Senile plaques?
Alzheimer's disease
What is associated with: WBCs in the urine? Acute
cystitis
What is associated with: RBCs in the urine?
Bladder carcinoma
What is associated with: RBC castsin the urine?
Acute glomerulonephritis
What is associated with: WBC casts in the urine?
Acute pyelonephritis
What is associated with: Renal epithelial casts in
the urine? Acute toxic or viral nephrosis
What is associated with: Waxy casts? Chronic
end-stage renal disease
What is the most common: Cause of chronic
metal poisoning? Lead
What is the most common: Cause of congenital
cyanotic heart disease? Tetralogy of Fallot
What is the most common: Congenital cardiac
anomaly? Ventricular septal defect (VSD)
What is the most common: Cardiac tumor? Left
atrial myxoma
What isthe most common: Vasculitis? Temporal
arteritis
What isthe most common: Primary tumorof the
liver? Hemangioma (benign)
What is the most common: Primary malignant
tumor of the lungs? Adenocarcinoma (30% to
35%)
What is the most common: Cause of nephrotic
syndrome? Membranoproliferative
glomerulonephritis
What isthe most common: cause of nephrotic
syndrome in children? Lipoid nephrosis
What is the most common: Organism that causes
pyelonephritis? Escherichia coli
What is the most common: Renal cell cancer
type? Clear cell
What is the most common: Tumor of the liver?
Metastatic cancer(GI, breast, lungs)
What is the most common: Malignant tumor of
the esophagus? Squamous cell carcinoma
What is the most common: Tumor arising within
the bone? Multiple myeloma
What is the most common: Primary malignant
tumor of the female genital tract in the world?
Cervical neoplasia
What is the most common: Primary malignant
tumor of the female genital tract in the US?
Adenocarcinoma of the cervix
What is the most common: Tumor of the female
genitourinary tract? Leiomyoma
What is the most common: Benign tumor of the
ovary? Serocystadenoma
What is the most common: Benign tumor of the
breast? Fibroadenoma
What is the most common: Benign lesion that
affects the breast? Fibrocystic change of the
breast
What is the most common: Malignant tumor of
the breast? Invasive ductal carcinoma
What is the most common: Tumor in men
between the ages of 15 and35? Testicular tumors
What is the most common: Germ cell tumor in
men? Seminoma
What is the most common: Testicular tumor in
infants and children? Yolk sac tumor
What is the most common: Malignant germ cell
tumor in women? Choriocarcinoma
What is the most common: Solidtumor in the
body? Nephroblastoma
What is the most common: Acquired GI
emergency of infancy? Necrotizing enterocolitis of
infancy
What is the most common: Primary malignant
tumor of the ovary? Serocystadenocarcinoma
What is the most common: Cardiac tumor of
infancy? Rhabdomyoma
What is the most common: Acute metal
poisoning? Arsenic
What is the most common: Proliferative
abnormality ofan internal organ? Benign prostatic
hyperplasia (BPH)
What is the most common: Malignant tumor in
the bone of teenagers? Osteosarcoma
What is the most common: Site of a cerebral
infarct? Middle cerebral artery
What is the most common: Cause of dementia
between the ages of 60 and90 years? Alzheimer's
disease
What is the most common: Primary CNS tumor in
adults? Glioblastoma multiforme
What is the most common: Primary CNS tumor in
children? Medullablastoma
What is the most common: Tumor on sun-
exposed sites? Basal cell carcinoma
What is the most common: Chromosomal
disorder? Down syndrome(trisomy 21)



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1. Ecg lead to be monitored for ischemia
 V5
2 for arrhythmia
 2
3. Capnography is to measure for
co2
4. Best site for temp measurement is
Lower oesophagus
5. Aspirin to be stopped before surgery
 not to be stopped
6. Clopidogrel to be stopped b4
 7daz
7. Normal breath holding spells is 25 sec
8. Frontal b waves indicate
 light anesthesia
9. Best monitor to see depth of anesthesia ?
1.BIS✅
2.Entopy
3.Eeg
4. Evoked response
10. Entonox is
O2 + n2o
4) critical ph in mendelsons syndrome?2.5
5) best site for TPN is?subclavian vein
6) most frequent tooth to be impacted? lower third
molar
7) floating teeth seen in? histiocytosis x
8) normal capacity of renal pelvis?7ml
9) irrigation solution used in TURP?1.5% glycine
10) most common complications of TURP?retrograde
ejaculatio
Mullerian duct - bilateral ducts in the
embryo that form the uterus, vagina and
fallopian tubes.
Wirsung’s duct - pancreatic duct.
Santorini’s duct - accessory pancreatic
duct.
Wharton’s duct - duct of submandibular
gland.
Vitelline duct - the narrow duct in the
embryo that connects the yolk sac with the
intestine.
Ducts of Rivinus - 5 to 15 ducts that drain
the posterior portion of the sublingual
gland.
Stensen’s duct - parotid duct.
Pecquet’s duct - Thoracic duct.
Hensen’s duct - ductus reunions.
Hoffman’s duct - pancreatic duct or
Wirsung’s duct.
Bernard’s duct - Accessory pancreatic duct
or Santorini’s duct.
Water related -due to insects that breed in water
Malaria
Onchocerciasis
Water based - due to inf transmitted thru aquatic
invertebrate animals
Schistosomiasis
Water washed- due to inadequate use of water or
improper hygiene
Trachoma
Scabies
Amoebic dysentery( due to improper washing of
fruits n veg)
Water borne -drinking contaminated water
Typhoid
Points
🎋Levator ani+coccygeus forms pelvic diaphragm
the superior laryngeal nerve is
intimately associated with the superior thyroid
artery (STA) .
inferior thyroid arteries related with recurrent
laryngeal nerve
Active agent of canabinoid resembles 👓anandamine
💫Cortisole
Hydrocortisone:-1
Prednisone:-4 times potent
Methyl prednisone:-5 times potent
Dexamitgasone:-30 times potent
troponin C mimics calmodulin
Hematocrit in
Hematocrit in veins increases due tto bicarb ions
CO2 chloride ions
Umami taste due to glutamate
Law of Laplaceappicable to sufuctant action

Long chain fatty acid absorbed from :-
duodenum&jejunum
Small chain fatty acid from:-colon
alchohol from duodenum
RDA for thiamine is 0.3 mg
Beriberi seen in less than 0.12 mg intake population
🍫Fatty acid synthase complex results in formation
of 16 carbon chain palmityl acid
All transaminase requre pyridoxal phosphate
derivate of vitamine B6
TCA cycle is amphibolic
 I Disease due to def of N acetyl glucosamine 1
Phosphte transferase
Elecrons in ETC transfer from low to high potential
Marker for DNA replication is thymidine
🐞Scrub typhus is most common typhus in world
Caused by trombicilide mites chiggers of o.
Tsutsugamushi
eschar are seen in scrub typhus,indian tick typhus
and ricketssial pox
Neglers reaction shown by clostridium welchii
Skirrow medium for campylobacterium jejuni
💫Sodoku:-spirillum minus
Haverhill fever :-Streptobacillus monoliformis
🐼HTLV-1 causes :-tropical spastic paraparesis
Proteus antigens cross reacts with ricketssia
Application of this property done in weil felix
reaction
📎safety pin appearance:-yersinia pestis
Bechets disease
HLA B8
B51 marker
IL6 persistently raised
🔅C gene responcible for HBV mutation
👭Ration of fat cells and RBC in Bone marrow is
1:1
🌳Malaria transmitted from all components of blood
🐁Pseudo pelger huet cells are seen in
myolodysplastic syndrome
Hyperplastic arterioscleroosis:-malignant
hypertension
Cystitic medial degeneration:-aortoarteritis
Anti TB drug which reaches inside of caseous
material is
ISONIAZIDE
S/E of Pergolide cabergolin is cardiac valvular
fibrosis
Hatter shake is seen in mercury poisioning
Dialysis dementia syndrome seen in arsenic
poisioning
Saturnism is seen in lead poising
Bone marrow is most suitable for diatom test in
drowning
Positive:-antemortam drowning
permisible alcohol level in blood as per motor
vehicle act is
30mg/100ml
One liners
1.Shortest acting SMR sch
2.shortest acting ND SMR 
Mivacurium
3.smr undergo hoffman elimination 
Atracurium>cisatracurium
4.max.histamine release--d-TC
5.minimum histamine release --vecuronium
6.smr used in asthma-
Cisatracurium
7.smr used to BP--d-TC
8.smr used to maintain BP--pancuronium
9.smr c/i in renal failure n pregnancy--gallamine
10.which smr is cardiostable --vecuronium
1. Ecg lead to be monitored for ischemia
 V5
2 for arrhythmia
 2
3. Capnography is to measure for
co2
4. Best site for temp measurement is
Lower oesophagus
5. Aspirin to be stopped before surgery
 not to be stopped
6. Clopidogrel to be stopped b4
 7daz
7. Normal breath holding spells is 25 sec
8. Frontal b waves indicate
 light anesthesia
9. Best monitor to see depth of anesthesia ?
1.BIS✅
2.Entopy
3.Eeg
4. Evoked response
10. Entonox is
O2 + n2o
4) critical ph in mendelsons syndrome?2.5
aneurym---Ct
aortic dissection ---MRI
Salt paper skin in systemic sclerosis
Max tolerance 85 db for 8 hrs for 5 days a week
which muscle is tested to differentiate high and low radial
nerve injury?? ECRL
COMBINATION OF VERTICAL SUPRANUCLEAR GAZE
PALSY AND HISTORY OF FREQUENT FALL
( ESPECIALY BACKWARDS) IS CENTRAL TO
DIAGONOSIS OF PSP
5. Dementia and frontal lobe signs as apathy ,
personality changes , disinhibition may be present.
IT HAS TWO TYPES ;
[A] STEEL RICHARDSON SYNDROME = EARLY
POSTURAL INSTABILITY + COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION
+ SUPRA NUCLEAR GAZE PALSY
[B] PSP PARKINSONISM = PREDOMINANT FEATURES
OF TYPICAL PD AND IT IS MODERATELY RESPONSIVE
TO LEVADOPA+CABIDOPA
NOTE : (1) HPE shows deposition of GLOBOSE
NEUROFIBRILLARY TANGLES & TUFTED
ASTROCYTES . (2) MRI shows HUMMING BIRD SIGN
which is due to atrophied mid brain and relatively
preserved pons
Q372)Cavitatory lesions in lung are seen in:
1. Primary pulmonary tuberculosis
2. Staphylococcal pneumonia
3. Pneumoconiosis
4. Interstitial lung disease
cleft lip 3 month, soft palate 8 month hard palate 15
month.
Prpc is prion with alpha prpsc is prion with beta
196.Most common hormone deficiency after
intracranial radiation therapy-Growth hormone.
197.Most common congenital anomaly in infant of
IDDM - Cardiovascular .
Most characteristic congenital anomaly in infant of
IDDM-Caudal regression syndrome.
198.Red degeneration of fibroid is most common
during 2nd trimester .
199.Most reliable criteria in Gustafson method of
Age estimation-Transperency of root .
200.Single Most common cause of PUO -
Mycobacterium tuberculosis .
P.S (MC organ injured in blast injury- Middle ear>
Lungs> Bowel

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