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    Anatomy MCQ

    1. Coeliac Trunk : Anatomy MCQa) Gives rise directly to the right gastric arteryb) Gives rise directly to the left gastric arteryc) Gives rise to the splenic arteryd) Gives rise to the pancreatic arterye) Gives rise to the common hepatic arte

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Hematology MCQ

    1. CML : Hematology MCQ Which of the following is the most common physical finding in CML? a) Splenomegaly b) Hepatomegaly c) Lymphadenopathy d) Bony tenderness Correct Answer: a) Splenomegaly. Minimal to moderate splenomegaly is the most common physical finding in CML. In more than 50% of the patients with CML, the spleen extends more than 5 cm below the left costal m

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Physiology MCQ

    1. Iron is absorbed predominantly in thea) Stomachb) Duodenumc) Jejunumd) Ileume) ColonCorrect Answer: b) duodenum and c) upper jejunum. Iron enters the stomach from

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Neonatal resuscitation

    1. Neonatal resuscitation Suctioning of the nasopharynx and oropharynx prior to birth of the shoulders and trunk should be carried out in which of the following situation/s? a) Thin meconiumb) Moderate meconiumc) Thick meconiumd) Clear liquore) All situationsf) Never

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Haemolytic disease of the newborn

    1. Haemolytic disease of the newbornHaemolytic disease of the newborn and transfusion reactions are examples of what ?a) Antibody-mediated hypersensitivity (type II)b) Contact hypersensitivity (type IV)c) Delayed hypersensitivity (type IV)

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Newborn

    1. Normal Newborn CharactersA normal full term Newborn has all the following characters EXCEPTa) Length of 50 cm. b) Skull circumference of 35 cm. c) Moro’s reflex d) Grasping reflex e) Parachute reflex

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Rh Negative or D Negative

    1. Routine Antenatal anti-D Prophylaxis (RAADP)All previously non-sensitized, D negative, pregnant women are offered routine antenatal anti-D Ig prophylaxis (RAADP). However, the disadvantage of this approach is that approximately 40% of D negative women who are carrying an D negative child will be given routine prophylactic anti-D Ig unnecessarily. Is there any test available to detect fetal D type during pregnancy?a) Yesb) NoCor

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Physiological jaundice

    1. Cause of Physiological Jaundice Which one of the following is the major contributor to the development of physiological jaundice? a) Breastfeeding.b) Decreased hepatic bilirubin excretion.c) Immature hepatic enzymes.d) Enterohepatic circulation.e) Increased bilirubin production.

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Dr. Niraj Mahajan

    MD- Gynecologist, Laparoscopic Surgeon, Uro-gynecologist , Infertility specialist & Cosmetic Gynecologist.

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