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(Single Best Answer) Question 11: The drug of choice in treatment of typhoid fever in pregnancy is ?
A) Ampicillin
B) Chloramphenicol
C) Ciprofloxacin
D) Ceftriaxone
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(Single Best Answer) Question 12: The drug of choice for treating cholera in pregnant women is ?
A) Tetracycline
B) Doxycycline
C) Furazolidone
D) Cotrimoxazole
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(Single Best Answer) Question 13: The typical movement of mitral valve calcification is ?
A) Upwards and downwards
B) Counterclock wise
C) Side to side
D) Circular
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(Single Best Answer) Question 14: A Positive tuberculin test means ?
A) Presence of high susceptibility to infection
B) Presence of infection
C) Either
D) None
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(Single Best Answer) Question 15: While reading a Tuberculin test, the most important criteria is ?
A) Erythema
B) Induration
C) Erythema + Induration
D) None
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(Single Best Answer) Question 16: A 20 year old male had pain abdomen and mild fever followed by gastroenteritis. The stool examination showed presence of pus cells and RBCs on microscopy. The etiological agent responsible is most likely to be ?
A) Enteroinvasive E.coli
B) Enterotoxigenic E.coli
C) Enteropathogenic E.coli
D) Enteroaggregative E.coli
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(Single Best Answer) Question 17: A 24 year old male presents to a STD clinic with a single, painless ulcer on external genitalia. The choice of laboratory test to look for the etiological agent would be ?
A) Scrappings from ulcer for culture on chocholate agar with antibiotic supplement
B) Serology for detection of specific IgM antibodies
C) Scrappings from ulcer for dark field microscopy
D) Scarppings from ulcer for tissue culture
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(Single Best Answer) Question 18: A adult male patient presented in the OPD with complaints of cough and fever for 3 months and haemoptysis off and on. His sputum was positive for AFB. On probing it was found that he had already received treatment with RHZE for 3 weeks from a nearby hospital and discontinued. How will you categorize and manage the patient ?
A) Category III, start 2 (RHZ)3
B) Category II, start 2 (RHZE)3
C) Category I, start 2 (RHZE)3
D) Category II, start 2 (RHZES)3
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(Single Best Answer) Question 19: A 55 year old man, a chronic smoker is brought to emergency with history of polyuria, polydipsia, nausea and altered sensorium for last two days. He had been diagnosed as having squamous cell carcinoma of lung two months prior to this. On examination, he was lethargic and confused. An ECG was normal except for a narrowed QT interval. Which one of the following is the most likely metabolic abnormality ?
A) Hypernatremia
B) Hypercalcemia
C) Hypokalemia
D) Hyponatremia
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(Single Best Answer) Question 20: Excessive intake (hypervitaminosis) of which of the following vitamin is associated with increased risk of congenital malformations ?
A) Vitamin A
B) Biotin
C) Folic acid
D) Vitamin K
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