Thursday, March 24, 2011

422 - NIMS (Nizam's Institute Hyderabad) 2011 Paper with answers


The key is given below .

Q001 C
Q002 B
Q003 A
Q004 D
Q005 A
Q006 D
Q007 C
Q008 A
Q009 C
Q010 B
Q011 D
Q012 C
Q013 B
Q014 C
Q015 A
Q016 C
Q017 B
Q018 A
Q019 C
Q020 B
Q021 C
Q022 B
Q023 A
Q024 C
Q025 B
Q026 A
Q027 B
Q028 C
Q029 C
Q030 B
Q031 A
Q032 C
Q033 B
Q034 A
Q035 D
Q036 D
Q037 A
Q038 B
Q039 A
Q040 D
Q041 B
Q042 D
Q043 C
Q044 C
Q045 B
Q046 C
Q047 D
Q048 A
Q049 D
Q050 B
Q051 B
Q052 B
Q053 C
Q054 C
Q055 B
Q056 A
Q057 B
Q058 A
Q059 C
Q060 C
Q061 B
Q062 A
Q063 C
Q064 A
Q065 A
Q066 D
Q067 B
Q068 C
Q069 D
Q070 A
Q071 B
Q072 B
Q073 A
Q074 C
Q075 C
Q076 D
Q077 B
Q078 B
Q079 C
Q080 D
Q081 B
Q082 A
Q083 C
Q084 B
Q085 A
Q086 A
Q087 D
Q088 B
Q089 C
Q090 A
Q091 B
Q092 B
Q093 C
Q094 B
Q095 C
Q096 C
Q097 B
Q098 C
Q099 D
Q100 D
Q101 A
Q102 D
Q103 B
Q104 A
Q105 B
Q106 A
Q107 D
Q108 B
Q109 A
Q110 A
Q111 A
Q112 A
Q113 B
Q114 C
Q115 A
Q116 D
Q117 D
Q118 A
Q119 C
Q120 C
Q121 B
Q122 D
Q123 C
Q124 A
Q125 A
Q126 D
Q127 B
Q128 C
Q129 B
Q130 A
Q131 A
Q132 B
Q133 B
Q134 B
Q135 B
Q136 D
Q137 B
Q138 A
Q139 C
Q140 D
Q141 D
Q142 D
Q143 C
Q144 D
Q145 C
Q146 C
Q147 B
Q148 D
Q149 D
Q150 B
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Somebody(sony) asked me for explanation to question 44, here it goes :

The question : 35year - female - 8 months of secondary amenorrhea. Last child birth 2 years ago. pregnancy test - negative. thyroid function tests - normal. estrogens decreased. FSH - high. most probable diagnosis ?
a.asherman syndrome
b.polycystic ovarian disease
c.premature ovarian failure
d.sheehan syndrome

explanation : asherman syndrome is a condition where there are uterine synechiae, most commonly secondary to infection, that arrest the menstrual blood from flowing out of the uterus leading to secondary amenorrhea. this condition is not related to the ovaries(estrogen producer) or FSH producer (pituitary)  in anyway and so there is no way that the estrogen and FSH levels will be affected. PCOD is a condition where the ratio of LH/FSH is increased and so naturally the FSH levels will be low rather than high.PCOD is more over a disease of young unmarried girls, where both the androgens and estrogens (all 3 combined) will be increased. postpartum pituitary apoplexy, also called sheehan syndrome affects the pituitary gland, which leads to altered prolactin levels, that are not seen in this case. so the answer is premature ovarian failure. (This is for you SONY, sorry for the delay of 8 months ;-)) 

6 comments:

Sony said...

sir it is quite interesting n very useful. sir can u giv explanation to ques number 44 plz

Sony said...

sir plz giv explanation to ques number 44

mimsaditya said...

please email me the previous papers of nimset - my email is :

mimsaditya@gmail.com

PRAKASH said...

Sir,

Regarding question 14,isn't option B the right answer .

Isn't Ethanol a competitive inhibitor of ALD,which dislodges Methanol from it's active site.....

Chakri Arepalli said...

where cud i get all question papers and answers of NIMSET??if available if please post

Anonymous said...

please explain q 14
i think answer is A

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