PAPER II – MEDICINE August 2006 (Old Scheme)

M.B.B.S. PHASE III (Part-II) Degree Examination – August 2006
Time: 3 Hours [Max. Marks: 90]
QP Code: 1015

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

LONG ESSAY 2 X 10 = 20 Marks
1. Discuss the approach to a case of hypertension in the young.
2. Discuss the etiology, clinical features and management of myasthenia gravis.

SHORT ESSAY 10 X 5 = 50 Marks
3. Heat stroke
4. Fallott’s tetrology
5. Wilson’s disease
6. Slow virus diseases
7. Describe the clinical features of acute gout
8. Complement system
9. Apoptosis
10. Acute confusional state
11. Urticaria
12. Secondary syphilis

SHORT ANSWERS 10 X 2 = 20 Marks
13. List four clinical signs of pericardial tamponade
14. Name four causes of hypotonia
15. List four peripheral signs of aortic regurgitation
16. Name four drugs used in Parkinsonism
17. Name four cardinal manifestations of SLE
18. Name four drugs used in the treatment of leprosy
19. Name four tests used in the diagnosis of syphilis
20. Enumerate four immunodeficiency disease states
21. Name two X-linked genetic diseases
22. Mention four causes of miliary mottling in X-ray

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


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