Tuesday, November 15, 2011

441 - AIIMS NOVEMBER 2011 Mcqs with answers - part 13

61.Drug used for non infectious uveitis in LUMINATE
a. cyclosporin
b. infliximab
c. methotrexate
d. voclosporin


62.Percentage of endothelium destroyed in keratoplasty?
a.5%
b.10-20%
c.30-40%
d.50-60%


63.Azithromycin prophylaxis in trachoma given when prevalence above?
a.1.8%
b.2.6%
c.3.4%
d.10%


64.Post operative ileus is maximum in:
a.Stomach
b.Duodenum
c.Ileum
d.Colon


65.Which retinal layer is most resistant to radiation
a.RPE
b.layers of rods and cones
c.bipolar cell layer
d.ganglion cell layer

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Q 64 ans colon ?
Frequently, ileus occurs after intraperitoneal operations, but it may also occur after retroperitoneal and extra-abdominal surgery. The longest duration of ileus is noted to occur after colonic surgery
ref http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/178948-overview

Anonymous said...

30-40%
10%
RPE

Anonymous said...

layers of rods and cones are resistant to radiation

priya said...

Gastric motility may return 24–48 hours after surgery.
Colonic function is last to return, generally occurring 48–72 hours after surgery.
The return of colonic motility is thought to be the frequent rate-limiting step in the resolution of POI.
http://www.practicalgastro.com/pdf/December02/BehmArticle.pdf

priya said...

Gastric motility may return 24–48 hours after surgery.
Colonic function is last to return, generally occurring 48–72 hours after surgery.
The return of colonic motility is thought to be the frequent rate-limiting step in the resolution of POI.
http://www.practicalgastro.com/pdf/December02/BehmArticle.pdf

Brinda said...

The endothelium of retinal blood vessels is most sensitive to radiation damage. The neurosensitive layer is least sensitive to radiation damage. Nevertheless, it gets atrophied due to damage to retinal vessels in a manner similar to diabetic retinopathy.

Anonymous said...

ans is 30 to 40 %

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