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Pulmonary Embolism
(Single Best Answer) Question 1: The most definitive method of diagnosing pulmonary embolism is ?
A) Pulmonary arteriography
B) Radioisotope perfusion pulmonary scintigraphy
C) EKG
D) Venography
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(Single Best Answer) Question 2: True statement regarding Pulmonary embolism is ?
A) Haemoptysis is always present
B) Haemorrhagic effusion is always present
C) Chest X ray is always abnormal
D) Pleuritic chest pain may be present
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(Single Best Answer) Question 3: Popcorn Calcification is seen in ?
A) Pulmonary embolism
B) Pulmonary hematoma
C) Pulmonary hamartoma
D) Pulmonary teratoma
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(Single Best Answer) Question 4: The most common cause of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in a patient suffering from fracture of shaft of the Femur is ?
A) Haemorrhage
B) Infection
C) Fat embolism
D) Pulmonary embolism
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(Single Best Answer) Question 5: A patient undergoing surgery suddenly develops hypotension. The monitor shows that the end tidal carbondioxide has decreased abruptly by 15 mm Hg. What is the probable diagnosis ?
A) Hypothermia
B) Pulmonary embolism
C) Massive fluid deficit
D) Myocardial depression due to anaesthetic agents
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(Single Best Answer) Question 6: A 50 year old male patient, an alcoholic and smoker presents with a 3 hour history of severe retrosternal chest pain and increasing shortness of breath. He started having this pain while eating, which was constant and radiated to the back and interscapular region. He was a known hypertensive. On, examination, he was cold and clammy with a heart rate of 130/min, and a BP of 80/40 mmHg, JVP was normal. All peripheral pulses were present and equal. Breath sounds were decreased at the left lung base and chest x-ray showed left pleural effusion. What is the most likely diagnosis ?
A) Acute aortic dissection
B) Acute myocardial infarction
C) Rupture of the oesophagus
D) Acute pulmonary embolism
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(Single Best Answer) Question 7: A 50 year old man, an alcoholic and a smoker presents with a 3 hour history of severe retrosternal chest pain and increasing shortness of breath. He started having this pain while eating, which was constant and radiated to the back and interscapular region. He was a known hypertensive. On examination, he was cold and clammy with a heart rate of 130/min, and a BP of 80/40 mm Hg. JVP was normal. All peripheral pulses were present and equal. Breath sounds were decreased at the left lung base and chest x-ray showed left pleural effusion. Which one of the following is the most likely diagnosis ?
A) Acute aortic dissection
B) Acute myocardial infarction
C) Rupture of the esophagus
D) Acute pulmonary embolism
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(Single Best Answer) Question 8: D-dimer is the most sensitive diagnostic test for ?
A) Pulmonary embolism
B) Acute pulmonary oedema
C) Cardiac tamponade
D) Acute myocardial infarction
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