Monday, May 10, 2010

377 - AIIMS May 2010 Mcqs with answers part 6

26q: drug causing oligospermia
a. leflunamide
b. d-penicillinamine
c. methotrexate
d. L- asparginase /bleomycin


27q: Infant with repeated vomiting, diarrhea, failure to thrive, hepatosplenomegaly (+).. CT shows adrenal gland calcification. What is the diagnosis
a. adrenal hemorrhage
b. cushings
c. wolmans disease
d. ??????????


28q: Incised wounds on genitalia during postmortem indicate
a. Homicidal
b. Self inflicted
c. Accidental
d. ????????


29q: Gestational diabetes mellitus.. what is NOT usually seen
a. past h/o macrosomic baby
b. malformations
c. obesity
d. polyhydramnios


30q: All are causes of primary amenorrhea except
a. rokitansky syn
b. sheehan's syn
c. kallman's syn
d. turner's syn

3 comments:

koushiktripathy said...

26q mtx
28q homicidal

sumeet said...

29q gestational diabetes mellitus i think previous history of macrosomic baby can't be there....

molak fortynine said...

i have a doubt in 29q...
according to management of high risk pregnancy - an evidence based approach by wiley (2007)

Table 20.1 Criteria for avoiding laboratory screening for gestational
diabetes.

No prior history of obstetric outcomes associated with GDM (macrosomia,
stillbirth, malformations)

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