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A young boy presented with c/o bilateral nasal blockage, post nasal drip and rhinorrhea. On examination grape-like mass was seen in both the nostrils. These result from chronic inflammation and are associated with asthma, recurring infection, allergies, drug sensitivity or certain immune disorders. What is the diagnosis?
Most common neuroendocrine tumour in GIT?
The soma (cell body) of a mature neuron does not contain which of the following?
Diabetes history is positive in the family of a female with BMI 36, age 47 and a sedentary lifestyle will most likely develop which of the following?
Which is an example of a neuroendocrine hormone that stimulates the uterine muscles to contract and also increases the production of prostaglandins, which increase the contractions further.?
A patient with uncontrolled type II diabetes presented in OPD with yellowish plaques on leg with surrounding erythematous area; which condition is she most probably suffering from?
A 30-year-old female has a 7-month history of painful feet and hands, she has swollen Proximal Interphalangeal (PIP) joints in her hands, and her toes are swollen, she has full range of movement in her spine and has no sacroiliac joint tenderness. Her elder sister has a history of a few plaques on her knees; although the patient has no record of psoriasis, what is the likely diagnosis?
The most common sites of carcinoid tumour are:
Lymph from lingual tonsils drain into:
The anterior commissure (also known as the precommissure) is a white matter tract (a bundle of axons) connecting _________ of the cerebral hemispheres across the midline and placed in front of the columns of the fornix
Which of the following is associated with primary sclerosing cholangitis
Which skin condition among the following are premalignant and may progress into squamous or basal cell carcinoma?
A patient with bulky lymphoma started on chemotherapy and presents in the ER unwell with hyperkalemia; what is the likely cause?
Which tumour suppressor gene is mutated in families with familial adenomatous polyposis?
Tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) block the reuptake of serotonin and norepinephrine in presynaptic terminals, which leads to an increased concentration of these neurotransmitters in the synaptic cleft. These can cause fatal toxicity with overdose, which among the following is TCAs?
Which artery is involved if a duodenal ulcer perforates posteriorly?
Superficial parotidectomy is an example of?
Multiple patients were brought to emergency department after road traffic accident. One of the patients was in shock. In which injury exsanguination will happen?
Rate limiting enzyme in the TCA cycle is?
Malar flush and diastolic click is seen in patients of?
All the following structures pass under the carpal tunnel ligament (flexor retinaculum) except?
A 35 years old lady presented her history of polyphagia and polydipsia for the past two years. She also had tender yellowish brown patches on her lower limbs, which developed slowly over several months. What is the possible skin condition she is suffering from?
Wide QRS complex of more than 120 msec is seen in?
Confirmatory Test for HIV is?
Most common tumor of the small intestine is?
Patient of duodenal ulcer went into hypovolemic shock, most probably an ulcer has perforated thus damaging an artery causing bleeding, what is the most probable artery damaged?
All of the following comprise major diagnostic criteria of Rheumatic fever, except?
Irritable bowel syndrome comprises all of the following except?
HLA·DR4 is associated with which of the following?
A 60 years old lady has known case of Rheumatoid Arthritis for the past 20 years now presented with dull left upper quadrant abdominal pain for one month which is increasing gradually. On examination her spleen was enlarged 2 fingers below costal margin, CBC showed neutropenia. What is the likely diagnosis?
A 30 year old male presented to medical CPD with complaints of chronic diarrhea, flatulence and non-documented weight loss. Work up of chronic diarrhea was done which showed blunting of duodenal villi on biopsy. What disease is likely causing these symptoms?
Whipple disease is confirmed by performing which test?
A 75 year old gentleman presented with high grade fever and severe left lower abdominal pain for the past 11 days’ showed raised TLC count. What is your clinical diagnosis?
A boy working in a restaurant as a water tank cleaner developed high grade fever along with a productive cough. He was diagnosed as a case of pneumonia. The organism likely responsible for his condition is?
Dermatome for the ring and little finger is?
Which organism is transmitted through direct skin contact?
Demeclocycline is used for which of the following?
By which mechanism does protamine reverse the effect of heparin?
ACE inhibitors are used in all of the following except?