Paediatrics August 2006 (Old Scheme)

M.B.B.S. (PHASE III), PART – II DEGREE EXAMINATION – August 2006
Time: 3 Hours [Max. Marks: 90]

Paper I – General Medicine and Pediatrics (Old Scheme)

Your answer shall be specific to question asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Use separate answer books for section A and section B.

QP Code: 1014 – Section B – Paediatrics [45 Marks]
Use separate answer book

LONG ESSAY 1 X 10 = 10 Marks
1. Discuss the etiology, clinical features and management of protein energy malnutrition

SHORT ESSAY 5 X 5 = 25 Marks
2. Febrile seizures
3. Clinical features of congenital rubella
4. Lactose intolerance
5. Clinical features of bronchiolitis
6. How does phototherapy help reduce hyperbilirubinemia?

SHORT ANSWERS 5 X 2 = 10 Marks
7. Name two common causative agents for gastroenteritis
8. Clinical features of otitis media
9. Name four common causes of abdominal pain in children
10. Name two causes of polyarthritis
11. Name four clinical features of primary complex

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Question paper given by:
Dr. Singi Yatiraj,
MRMC, Gulbarga

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