Monday, April 27, 2009

224 - AIIMS MAY 2001 mcqs with answers - part 6

26) A 76 year old male comes with a history of
frequent falls and difficulty in looking downwards
and laterally. The diagnosis is

a) Alzheimer’s disease
b) Supranuclear palsy
c) Amyotropic lateral sclerosis
d) Oculomotor nerve palsy

27) The commonest side effect of cisplatin in a
patient using it for esophageal carcinoma is

a) ATN
b) Thrombocytopenia
c) Hepatic failure
d) Cardiomyopathy

28) The most common late CNS complication of
HIV is

a) Dementia
b) Ataxia
c) Seizures
d) Delirium

29) In a patient with acute liver failure, the best
prognostic indicator is

a) Serum albumin
b) Serum AFP
c) Serum bilirubin
d) Factor V estimation

30) The commonest hepatotropic virus causing
increased chronic carrier state is

a) HEV
b) HAV
c) HBV
d) HCV

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