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(Single Best Answer) Question 1: A cholera case differs from the case of food poisoning on the following points except ?
A) Incubation period in cholera is longer i.e. 2 to 5 days
B) Frequent effortless purging
C) Rice watery stools
D) Fever, fast pulse and head ache
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(Single Best Answer) Question 2: A 30 year old patient with history of recurrent headache was sent for fundus evaluation. he was found to be having generalized arterial attenuation with multiple cotton wool spots and flame shaped haemorrhages in both eyes. The most likely cause is ?
A) Diabetic retinopathy
B) Hypertensive retinopathy
C) Central retinal artery occlusion
D) Temporal arteritis
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(Single Best Answer) Question 3: Ophthalmoplegic migraine means ?
A) When headache is followed by complete paralysis of the IIIrd and Vith nerve on the same side as the hemicrania
B) When the headache is followed by partial paralysis of the IIIrd nerve on the same side as the hemicrania with out any scotoma
C) Headache is associated with IIIrd, 4th and VI th nerve paralysis
D) Headache is associated with optic neuritis
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(Single Best Answer) Question 4: A 45 year old hypertensive male presented with sudden onset severe headache, vomiting and neck stiffness. On examination he didn't have any focal neurologic deficit. His CT Scan showed blood in the sylvian fissure. The probable diagnosis is ?
A) Meningitis
B) Ruptured aneurysm
C) Hypertensive bleed
D) Stroke
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(Single Best Answer) Question 5: Post dural puncture headache is typically ?
A) A result of leakage of blood into the epidural space
B) Worse when lying down than in sitting position
C) Bifrontal or occipital
D) Seen within 4 hours of dural puncture
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(Single Best Answer) Question 6: A 45 years old hypertensive male patient presented in the casualty with two hours history of sudden onset of severe headache associated wit nausea and vomiting. On clinical examination the patient had neck stiffness and right sided ptosis. Rest of the neurological examination was normal. What is the clinical diagnosis ?
A) Hypertensive brain haemorrhage
B) Migraine
C) Aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage
D) Arteriovenous malformation haemorrhage
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(Single Best Answer) Question 7: A hypertensive individual had a sudden headache and became unconscious within a few minutes. On regaining consciousness, there was complete flaccid hemiplegia with no involvement of upper face, absence of tendon reflexes and a positive Babinski sign. Which one of the following arteries could have ruptured ?
A) Lateral striate branch of middle cerebral
B) Medial striate branch of anterior cerebral
C) Posterolateral branch from posterior cerebral
D) Posterior choroidal branch of posterior cerebral
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