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AIIMS MD/MS Final Seat Position



Addendum No.5/2020

No.F.AIIMS/E.S./4-5/(PG-July-20)/2020 Dated 13.06.2020

As per the final seat position received on 05.06.2020 from the Academic Section, AIIMS, New Delhi, the following changes in the seat position are hereby notified:

(1) AIIMS, New Delhi: Sixteen (16) more seats have been added in AIIMS New Delhi.

(2) AIIMS, Bhopal: Six (6) more seats have been added in AIIMS Bhopal.

(3) AIIMS, Bhubaneswar: Three (3) more seats have been added in AIIMS Bhubaneswar.

(4) AIIMS, Jodhpur: The Total seats of AIIMS Jodhpur remains unchanged.

(5) AIIMS, Nagpur: Eight (8) more seats have been added in AIIMS Nagpur.

(6) AIIMS, Patna: Two (2) more seats have been added in AIIMS Patna.

(7) AIIMS, Raipur: The Total seats of AIIMS Raipur remains unchanged.

(8) AIIMS, Rishikesh: The Total seats of AIIMS Rishikesh remains unchanged

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AIIMS New Delhi : Result of Stage-I Entrance Examination for Fellowship (July 2020 Session)



NEW DELHI – 110 608


Result Notification No. 48/2020

F. No./AIIMS/Exam.Sec./4-6/FS/Ses/July-2020

Date: 13th June, 2020

Result of Stage-I Online (CBT) Entrance Examination for Fellowship Programme (July 2020 Session)

The following candidates who appeared in the Entrance Examination held on Thursday, the 11th June, 2020 for Fellowship Programme and have qualified for Stage II are required to appear for Departmental Clinical/ Practical / Lab Based Assessment through video conferencing mode only.

The date(s) of Stage II are indicated under each Fellowship Programme. The details of video conferencing platform and timing of the Assessment shall be communicated to the candidates on their registered email id by the respective Departments.

Important instructions are given in the last page of this result notification. (This list if Roll Number wise and not in order of merit)

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AIIMS New Delhi : Entrance Examination with Social Distancing

AIIMS is making all efforts to conduct the entrance examinations within framework of directives and advisories of Government of India with regards to Covid-19. The examination shall be conducted with adequate measures for safety of all concerned without compromising the high standards, sanctity and fairness in conduct of the examination.

A number of new measures and modification of in-practice procedures have been made in this regard. The success of these measures requires active commitment from all stakeholders including AIIMS, industry partner and most importantly the candidates.

On behalf of AIIMS, kindly read the following carefully so that together we can conduct the examination in safeand secure manner during this challenging time:

  1. City for Examination: To minimize the need for travel by the candidates, the examination for five academic courses to be held on Thursday 11th June, 2020 shall now be conducted in more than 150 cities in our Country. Implementation of norms of social distancing also means 50% less candidates per available centre. Within the constraints of logistics, all efforts are being made to allocate cities opted by the candidates.
  2. Admit Card: The admit card has been modified. It will contain a declaration related to Covid-19. Please note that no-one shall be denied permission to appear for examination, unless it violates the directives/advisories of Government (Central/State) effective on the day of examination in relation to covid-19 and instructions mentioned in Prospectus and Admit Card for the same. The admit card shall have barcode for touch free entry.
  3. Social Distancing Norms and Personal Safety at Centre:The norms of social distancing shall be strictly followed at the time of entry into examination centre, registration, seating in the examination hall and exit after the examination. All candidates are requested to cooperate in this regard for mutual safety.

Staggered Time Entry: The entry of the candidates into the examination centre shall be time-staggered to avoid crowding. The time window for entry for each candidate shall be messaged/emailed to the candidates.
Barcode Scanning: The entry shall be done through scanning of barcode at the entry gates. The scanning shall be performed by candidates themselves without any physical contact with any personnel or device. The allocated examination room/lab/hall shall be made known to the candidates during barcode scanning. Hand hygiene: All candidates shall be required to follow hand-hygiene procedure at entry, registration and in the examination hall.
Face mask: All candidates are required to wear face mask. Fresh 3-ply surgical masks will be made available at the entry point after first instance of hand-sanitization. Candidates are free to avail the facility.
Care of personnel belonging: Kindly read instructions in prospectus/admit card abnd do not bring prohibited items to the examination centre.
Covid-19 self-declaration: Based on Covid-19 related self-declaration, the candidates will be directed to designatedexamination halls/rooms/lab
Registration Desk: One registration desk for about 30 candidates shall be operational. At registration desk, candidates’ face shall be captured by camera. Candidate shall sanitize the left thumb with alcohol based sanitizer before and after marking attendance. The best process of marking attendance with all due sanitization and social distancing measures has been adopted at the Examination

Centre . Avoid crowding and rushing for anything. Person on Examination Duty will

take care of all needs.
h. Photograph: Candidates are NOT required to bring photograph.
i. ID card: The ID shall be verified at the registration desk and its image shall be

captured for record and subsequent verification as required at any stage.
j. Sanitization of computer node: One day prior toexamination, the seat, desk, keyboard, mouse and other components on the desk shall be sanitized. Candidates can further sanitize the same with sanitizers that will be made available in the

examination lab/room/hall.
k. Social distancing: The seating plan shall ensure a vacant seat between candidates

such that candidates are seated atleast 6 feet apart.

  1. Trouble-shooting: The staff of the centre shall be available for trouble-shooting of the

    technical glitches, if it arises. The supporting staff shall follow all prescribed norms for safety

    and hygiene.

  2. Washroom facility: The washroom shall be sanitized as per guidelines and all candidates

    shall be required to follow hand-sanitization before and after washroom break.

  3. Bottled water: bottled water shall be made available to all candidates. Candidates must

    follow due precaution during consumption of water and disposal of empty bottle.

  4. Exit and Submission of Admit Card: After the completion of examination, all candidates are required for follow instructions of the Person on Examination Duty of the centre for staggered time exit and submission of admit card. All candidates must drop the admit card in

    ballot-type boxes kept at specific locations in the examination centre.

  5. CCTV surveillance: The complete duration of the examination beginning with entry and

    ending with exit shall be monitored with CCTV and live streaming.

AIIMS wish you good health and solicit your cooperation for smooth, safe and secure conduct of the entrance examination.

All The Best.

AIIMS, New Delhi : Information for Entrance Examination on 11th June, 2020

A. Declaration in Admit card related to Covid-19

1. No candidate shall be denied permission to appear for examination, unless it violates the directives/advisories of Government (Central/State) effective on the day of examination in relation to covid-19 and other conditions mentioned in the Admit Card. The information provided in the declaration will help in guiding you to the designated halls/rooms for taking the examination.

2. ‘Close Contact’ means an exposure to a Covid-19 positive person without mask within 6 feet, for more than 15 minutes. Medical care of a Covid-19 positive patient with PPE does not constitute a ‘Close Contact’

B. Movement to Examination Centre

1. If movement is restricted, apply for e-pass to appropriate State/District authorities. Kindly mention AIIMS-Entrance Examination on 11th June, 2020 as reason for travel. A communication from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to State Government/District Authorities for facilitation of movement of candidates and to consider AIIMS-Entrance Examination as essential activity has already been sent.

C. Type of Question

1. Reference to clause 7, page no. 10 of the Prospectus (PG Courses MD/MS, DM-6 years, MCH-6 years, MDS): All MCQs will be of Single Best Answer Type as described under the clause.

D. Extra Photograph

1. No Need to paste or bring any extra photograph along with admit card in the examination centre.

E. Blank Boxes on Admit Card

1. Do not write/paste anything in the two blank boxes provided on admit card, leave it as blank. Instruction in this regard will be given inside Examination Hall.

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AIIMS, New Delhi :Tele psychiatry Guidelines during COVID -19 pandemic Department of psychiatry, AIIMS, New Delhi

AIIMS, New Delhi : Telepsychiatry is the process of delivering mental health care services from distance by mental health professionals using information and communication technologies. It can involve providing a range of services including psychiatric evaluations, therapy, patient education and medication management.

During this period of COVID-19 pandemic, providing in-person mental health care service is challenging. Patients with mental disorders have difficulty in reaching the hospital and also in procuring medications. Hence there is risk of relapse due to non-availability of medications. Also, there is an emergent need to address the vulnerable population at risk of developing mental disorder during the time of pandemic. Telepsychiatry is well suited for the current scenario, in which mental health professionals can evaluate and manage the patients without exposing the service providers and patients to infection.

Target population:

  1. Initial target population: patients already enrolled with department of psychiatry with priority for patients already having scheduled appointments
  2. Plan to be extended to all follow up patients already enrolled with department
  3. New consultations (at a later stage)

Service providers:

Two senior residents and two junior residents under the supervision of one faculty.

Tools for Telepsychiatry:

Service providers may use mobiles phones with internet facility.

Modes of communication:

Video: WhatsApp
Audio: Phone
Text Based: General text messaging, WhatsApp, email


Telepsychiatry Model

  • Reaching out to the patients with scheduled appointments through text messages informing about the availability of urgent consultations for those in need
  • Patients can opt in for consultation by sending text message to a centralized telepsychiatry number (9999625860), the consent is implied as per GOI telemedicine practice guidelines.
  • Compilation of responses including name,UHID, date of appointment into a daily task list
  • Service providers will deliver initial consultation through audio calling to identity the immediate issues with the patients.

o No imminent issues→Reassurance and continuation of medication
o Need for fresh prescription→Review the current treatment and issue

digital prescription as per guidelines (through WhatsApp)
o Need for assessment of current mental state→Video calling (through

o Need for urgent risk assessment →Advice to visit nearby psychiatric

o Need for urgent assessment of physical health → Advice to visit nearby

medical emergency

Clinical documentation in telepsychiatry

  • Documentation of patient’s identity (Name, UHID, Address)
  • Time, date and site location from where the session is conducted
  • Duration of session

    o Duration of audio call
    o Duration of face to face video call (through WhatsApp)

  • Chief Complaint or Reason for Encounter
  • Diagnoses
  • Current treatment including medications and ongoing therapies
  • Mental Status Examination
  • Treatment Plan including

Telepsychiatry Prescription format

Service provider can provide photo, scan, digital copy of a signed prescription or e-Prescription to the patient via email or any messaging platform as per GOI guidelines.

Not to be prescribed: Schedule X of Drug and Cosmetic Act and Rules or any Narcotic and Psychotropic substance listed in the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, Act, 1985

Consultation with the caregiver

“Caregiver” could be a family member, or any person authorized by the patient to represent the patient.

Patient is present with the Caregiver during the consultation.

o Patient is not present with the Caregiver.
o Patient is a minor (aged 16 or less) or the patient is incapacitated. The care giver is

deemed to be authorized to consult on behalf of the patient.
o Caregiver has a formal authorization or a verified document establishing his relationship with the patient and/or has been verified by the patient in a previous in- person consult.

AIIMS, New Delhi : PG Entrance Examination for July 2020 session– Validity of OBC (NCL) / EWS certificate

AIIMS, New Delhi : In view of evolving situation related to COVID-19 outbreak and difficulty faced by applicant in getting OBC (NCL)/EWS certificate and submit date of issue in online Final Registration, competent authority has decided to make submission of date of issue as optional in ongoing online Final Registration. Valid OBC (NCL)/EWS certificate issued by competent authority between 05.04.2019 and on or before the date of examination shall be treated as valid certificate for the purpose of admission to PG courses for July 2020 session only. Candidates may please note that change of category shall not be allowed after payment of registration fee and providing any wrong information may lead to cancellation of candidature. The revised dates for conduct of the said examination will notified in due course of time through website Please visit the website as all Important Notices/Corrigendum/ Addendum /Updates etc. will only be uploaded on the website. ASSISTANT CONTROLLER (EXAMS.)

No.F.AIIMS/Exam.Sec./4-5/(PG-JULY-20)/2020 Dated: 27.03.2020

Reference: AIIMS PG Entrance Examination for July 2020 session– regarding validity of OBC (NCL) / EWS certificate regarding

AIIMS, New Delhi : Merit List for the post of Clinical Psychologist / Psychologist


This refers to note vide No.F.1-12/2018-Estt(RCT) dated 4thJune, 2019 & F.1-19/2013-Estt
(RCT) dated 25th March, 2020 received from Sr. Administrative Officer, Recruitment cell to provide the
extended / waiting list for the post of Clinical Psychologist / Psychologist at AIIMS, New Delhi after
declaring the Result Notification No. 56/2019 dated 07.5.2019.

Accordingly, Examination Section has been declared Overall Merit list of qualified candidates (to the extent of three times of the number of posts advertised in each category)against the number of vacancies mentioned in the notice published in the Newspaper dated 2nd May, 2018 (uploaded on the Institute website on 03.05.2018); corrigendum uploaded on the website; and Scheme of Examination uploaded on the website on 02.01.2019. However, this overall Merit list has been prepared and declared on the basis of the decision of the Coordination Committee held on 17.07.2018 and duly approved by the Competent Authority.

Number of post: UR-02, OBC-01, & SC-01 Total= 4

Un-Reserved Candidates

S. No. Roll No. Stage-I Marks
(Out of 200)
Interview Marks
(Out of 50)
(Out of 250)
1. 198106 126.667 43.25 169.917
2. 198171 115.333 32.75 148.083
3. 198095 108.667 35.88 144.547
4. 198022 118.667 25.25 143.917
5. 198013 115.000 27.13 142.130
6. 198033 111.000 29.38 140.380

OBC (NCL)Candidates

S. No. Roll No. Stage-I Marks
(Out of 200)
Interview Marks
(Out of 50)
(Out of 250)
1. 198078 114.000 30.50 144.500
2. 198164 104.000 14.63 118.630
3. 198045 97.333 21.00 118.333

S. Caste Candidates
S. No. Roll No. Stage-I Marks
(Out of 200)
Interview Marks
(Out of 50)
(Out of 250)
1. 198031 83.333 25.75 109.083
1. This is the overall merit list of qualified candidates ( to the extent of three times of number of post advertised
in each category)those have given Online CBT mode Examination (Stage-I) on 09.03.2019 and Interview
(Stage-II) on 16.04.2019 .
2. This overall merit list (to the extent of three times of number of post advertised in each category) will be
provided to Recruitment Cell for further course of action at their end. It will be the prerogative of the
Recruitment Cell, AIIMS, New Delhi to use /not to use this overall merit list.
Assistant Controller (Exams)


F.No.AIIMS/Exam.Sec/34-86/18/Clinical Psychologist Dated: 07th April, 2020


AIIMS, New Delhi: Status Of Final Registration For AIIMS PG (Postgraduate) Courses – July 2020 Session

AIIMS, New Delhi: In view of the developing situation related to COVID-19 outbreak and lockdown, the status of Final Registration schedule for 14th April, 2020 stands postponed.The revised date will be notified in due course of time. Please visit the website as all Important Notices/Corrigendum/ Addendum /Updates etc. will only be uploaded on the website. – ASSISTANT CONTROLLER (EXAMS.).

IMPORTANT NOTICE No.29/2020 Date: 13-04-2020

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AIIMS November 2012 Result

AIIMS(All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi), results of the recently(18th November) concluded MD/MS/MCh examination is scheduled to be published on 29th November.

Nishita Mohan Philip of Trivandrum Medical College, Kerala who underwent coaching at Thrissur Medical College Alumini Association(TMCAA) has secured the first rank.

Download Results:Roll No Wise | Rank Wise List

As AIIMS website historically goes down with release of result, mirror link of the rank wise list will be made available when results is published.

Share your rank in AIIMS NOV 2012 with us.

AIIMS November 2012 Recall Questions & Answers

AIIMS MD/MS entrance exam held on 18th November. Once 200 Questions and answers are recalled, PDF will be released.

Update: Subjectwise compilation at end of page. Please contribute.

1. most common organism causing neonatal sepsis???
a staph albus
b e coli

2. Tumor marker of glioma – cd113

3. Blue white stain on uv light – semen

4. M.C. complication of long term HAART
– optic neuritis
5. rpt on bacteriodes fragilis

6. Organism in which endotoxin is not involved in pathophysiology – vibrio cholera

7. Epidemic cause of pneumonia spread by aerosol- legionella

8. Sub Himalayan resident with multiple ulcers in lower limb – sporothrix

9. True about bacillus anthrax –mcfaydean reaction (rpt)

10. Child presents with seizures, hypopigmented macule, subnormal iq-tuberous sclerosis (rpt)

11. Preterm babies with PDA, true A/E – apnea/narrow pulse pressure

12. All cause acute anal pain A/E- (ans)anal fistula, (other options)
thrombosed external hemorrhoids,perianal abcess, fissure in ano

13. Not helpful in diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy – beta HCG estimation

14. Child a fussy eater, mother decides to reward child with chocolate
everytime he finishes his meal – operant condition (indirect rpt)

15. Treatment of choice for ca cx 3B-concurrent chemoradiotherapy

16. Total birth 4050 with still birth 50 and neonatal birth 200 NMR 50-rpt

17. Child with hypoglycemia unable utilize glucose from glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis- G6phosphatase defy

18. Not a second messenger-guanyl cyclase (rpt)

19. Old male with history of loss of consciousness and hence injured
himself, on waking pt with both shoulders adducted internally rotated-B/l posterior dislocation

20. Amphoterecin B therapy with hypokalemia K+=2.3meq- supplement with 40meq over 24 hours?

21. Blood supply to sternomastoid A/E-post auricular (rpt)

22. type1 rta A/E – daily hco3 supplementation >4mmol (aipg 2012 rpt)
23. not used in erectile dysfunction – phenylephrine (rpt)
24. Diabetic with clinical picture of mucormycosis, DOC- amphotericin B (rpt)
25. rho kinase inhi bitor – fasudil (dnb rpt)
26. COL4A5 mutation – alport syndrome (rpt)
27. Infant with respiratory distress was intubated, the fastest and accurate test to confirme intubation is – normal capnography
28. anaesthestic drug to be given for the total body weight rather than ideal body weight- atracurium
29. child presented with volvulus, small intestinal lesion incised, path evaluation revealed presence of what tumor in lesion – lymphoma
30. Causes of calcification of pinna A/E – gout
31. Patient develops urticaria following hot bath and sun exposure – cholinergic utricaria (rpt)
32. ciliary muscle derivative – neural ectoderm
33. True of post tonsillectomy grisels syndrome A/E- neurosurgeon consultation not required
34. Third window effect- superior semicircular canal dehiscence
35. stereotactic radiotherapy – brain tumor/lung tumour (rpt aims)
36. All seen in syringomyelia except – hypertrophy of adductor pollicis
37. 70yo lady on long term alendronate treatment for severe osteoporosis comes with hip and thigh pain, IOC – Xray
38. Drug contraindicated in glaucoma with systemic beta blocker – brimonidine
39. 70yr old retired military man with bitemporal headache that reduced on bitemporal massage and lying down for weeks, due to – chronic tension type headache
40. True about NPCDCS – subcentre has facility for DM and HTN diagnosis and treatment
41. Patient with ICD misplacement, IOC – chest Xray
42. Fixed dilated pupil with Iris Atrophy and Secondary glaucoma – ?
43. Rashtriya Bima Suraksha Yojna – applies to BPL only
44. HIV Sentinel Surveilance to asses – apt use of management resources
45. All true except about RTA – >4mg/d of sodium bicarb (rpt)
46. True about Prions – long incubation period
47. True except about Bfragilis – seen in shock commonly (rpt)
49. screening for hearing in neonates- Otoacoustic Emission
50. Absolute requirement for cochlear implant – presence of auditory nerve
51. knowledge of illness in MMSE – insight
52. Frontotemporal dementia A/E- insight present
53. Treatment advice for patient with recurrent stone A/E –calcium restriction (rpt)
54. structures cut during vasectomy A/E – ilioinguinal nerve
55. EEG monitoring during anaesthesia helps in assessing – depth of anesthesia (rpt)
56. EEG figure-absence seizures (rpt without image)
57. M/C cause of neonatal sepsis- Group Beta streptococcus or E.coli (indirect repeat)
58. DOC for ESBL E. coli – piperacillin
59. Malignancy with B/l proptosis is the commonest presentation of – Leukemia
60. lateral force on knee causing valgus deformity – ? Medial collateral
61. Fixative used in Electron Microscopy – glutaraldehyde (DNB rpt)
62. Double base smokeless powder- nitroglycerin, nitrocellulose
63. Rt axis deviation seen in – tall and thin individual
64. End diastolic volume increases – increase in negative intrathoracic pressure
65. True about testis – gubernaculums attached to caudal end
66. Child intubated and after 2 mins bellows collapse, next step – ?
67. 14 yr old boy unable ot get good grades, was assessed and deemed smart and intelligent, best to diagnose his problem – specific learning disability test
68. Ligament connecting menisci – coronary ligament
69. Self Stimulation of Brain – median forebrain bundle
70. 14 y/o female presents with normal breast and hair, with absent uterus and vagina but normal ovaries – Mullerian Agenesis (rpt)
71. Young man with asymptomatic macules over trunk, erythematous painless lesion over glans, generalized lymphadenopathy, TOC – Benzathine penicillin (rpt)
72. Child with precocious puberty and uncontrollable laughter – hypothalamic hemartoma
73. M.C complication following lens extraction in PHPV – retinal detachment
74. Follow up for recurrence of Prostatic Cancer in elderly – PSA (rpt)
75. Postmortem estimation of gestational age of fetus 2cm in length and 10 gram in weight – 6 weeks (indirect rpt)
76. Site of extravasation of urine in rupture of urethra above deep perineal pouch – true pelvis (indirect rpt)
77. Forced inversion of plantar flexed foot causes damage to which ligament – ?
78. Atrophy of hypothenar muscle with numbness of little and ring finger lesion in – ?
79. CD 95 marker of – extrinsic apoptosis pathway
80. B/L proximal clamping of carotid bodies – increase in vasomotor centre (indirect rpt)
81. Blink reflex – midbrain lesion
82. Kinemyograph –
83. Liver enzyme dephosphorlated to phosphorylated form true is – seen in fasting state than fed state
84. Ocular manifestation of trisomy 13- B/L microphthlmia
85. Blood supply to muscle is increased by all except – increased blood pressure
86. Property not shared by t cell and b cell- antigen presenting site (indirect rpt)
87. Female with 2 month amenorrhoea,with sudden abdominal pain with adnexal mass, upt positive – ectopic pregnancy
88. Nerve root of long thoracic nerve of bell-c567
89. Silverman scoring – 4 (rpt )
90. Ovulation common on rt side A/E – right handedness (rpt)
91. Asssult without intent to kill – Cr PC351
92. choking seen in – shotgun
93. Penicillin g – Rat bite fever
94. Indication for laser uvulopalatoplasty – snoring (old rpt)
95. lady with RA with sudden quadriperesis with increased tone with exaggerated reflex, no bladder/bowel involvement Investigation to be done – MRI of Brain
96. Child with tibia swelling, elevated ESR and periosteal reaction, Investigation – MRI
97. Cholinimimetics not used in – bradycardia
98. Multigravida with previous 2 normal pregnancy now with unstable lie – placenta previa
99. Trial of labour c/I after previous caeserian section – if previous CS is for CPD (rpt)
100. BI-RADS – breast imaging reporting and data system
101. RCT to asses dating in adolescents, random school chosen, random class choses, random students chosen method of sampling – multistage sampling/stratified sampling
102. Lesion in bullous skin lesion with ,oral ulceration – ?suprabasal
103. Chronic high dose alcoholic now acheieves the same effect with lower quantity of alcohol – reverse tolerance
104. What percentage of disability in an individual with V/A 4/6 – 75%
105. Recurrent amoebic abscess drained thrice, now with empty cavity given luminal amoebicide, plan of follow up – USG or CT monthly with Stool Test weekly
106. RHO kinase inhibitor – fasudil (dnb rpt)
107. Antiepileptic of choice in infant with refractory epilepsy at 6hr and 10hr – phenobarbitone
108. Most common cause of neonatal mortality in India – ?
109. Child can say her name, knows her sex and can dress under supervision – ?4yrs
110. DOC for premenstrual syndrome – SSRI (rpt)
111. Not a second generation antihistaminic – cyclizine and fexofenadine
112. Double base smokeless gun powder contains – nitrocellulose and nitroglycerine
113. Lymphoma marker – Common leukocyte antigen
114. 24 y/o male with CKD with positive family history of dead brother with similar CKD and lenticonous – Alport’s Syndrome
115. Structure that doesn’t develop in mesentry of stomach – kidney (rpt)
116. Gait apraxia due to involvement of which artery – MCA
117. Denis classification involves – three column
118. Mechanism of action of intratympanic gentamycin – disruption of sodium and calcium channel
119. Principle of MRCP –
120. Population of yearly patients with cervical cancer based on present incidence – ?1 million
121. Bispectral imagine to monitor depth of anaesthesia (indirect rpt)
122. Lady presents with painful palpable lump, next test – USG
123. Rt hypochondrial pain with elevated diaphragm on xra, A/E – acute cholecystitis
124. Gas ideal for analgesia – Nitrous Oxide
125. Gravid female at 37 weeks gestation comes with visual disturbance, headache and elevated BP, TOC – start antihypertensive, magnesium sulphate and terminate pregnancy
126. Viriable tonometer used in – ?
127. No nerve regeneration occurs in spinal cord due to – ?glial scarring/no endoneural tube
128. Lady with multiple facial abrasion with broken teeth – grievous injury (rpt)
129. GDP expenditure on healthsector in India – 1.4%
130. Biliary obstruction following infected fish consumption – Clonorchis sinensis
131. Child with skin tumour with blistering of skin on exposure to light is due to what genetic anomaly – ?
132. Millenium Development Goals – two/thirds of under 5 mortality rate
133. Reversal of shunt not possible in natural progression of which – TOF
134. Patient on Amphotericin B with hypokalemia of 2.5mEQ/l, potassium supplement at rate of – 40meq/l in 24hrs
135. Enzymes present in CSF examination – CK and LDH
136. In insomnia sleep accurately assessed by – actigraphy
137. All seen in polymyositis except – ophthalmoplegia
138. Cholimimmetics not used in – bradycardia
139. Roll back malaria A/E – ? develop new insecticide/insecticide nets
140. Flow cytometry done in – polycythemia
141. A pt with surgical obstructive jaundice can be evaluated by USG A/E – peritoneal deposits
142. Nerve doesn’t supply gluteus region – sciatica
143. Contraindicated in corneal ulcer – flurometholone
144. Nanotechnology application in medicine, A/E – ?
145. Transition from infectious diseases to manmade and non communicable disease – epidemiological transition
146. Lady with scant vaginal discharge, foul smelling with no cells, syndromic management is – metronidazole and fluconazole (rpt)
147. Curve with mean > mode – right positive skew (rpt)
148. Mass prophylaxis not done in – scabies (rpt)
149. Which is not seen in megaloblastic anaemia – raised bilirubin
150. Population of 10lakh with 30% under 16yrs, with prevalence of blindness 0.8 per 1000 in that age group, population affected – 240
151. Leukemic patient with dry tap and myelofibrosis – megakaryocytic leukemia
152. Corrective surgery adviced in child with rickets when – serum phosphate is normal
153. True about tetanus toxoid A/E – ?passed from mother to foetus/useless in a pt with no past history of immunization with trauma
154. Similar to T and B cell A/E – antigen presenting site
155. With absence of brain involvement, CNS directed treatment is not required in – ?burkitt’s
156. Cognitive impairment due to aging due to – homocysteine (aipg rpt)
157. Population 5000 with myopic prevalence of 500. New cases of 90, incidence is – 1.8% (don’t remember the question values but answer is correct)
158. Child with mass in upperhumerus with cortical thinning and periosteal reaction, toc A/E – bone radiotherapy
159. Patient with first metatarsophal jt involvement with CKD – RA
160. Least likely to occur in uterine leiomyoma – fatty degeneration
161. Seen in ARDS – airbronchogram on Xray (rpt)
162. Actual body wt instead of ideal body wt preferred in – atracurarium
163. Modified allen test – at wrist (rpt)
164. Causative agent of SARS – coronavirus (rpt)
165. One parent with balanced translocation of 15/21, advice given – ?adoption
166. Age for trachoma screening – 1 to 9 yrs
167. Pseudosulcus seen in – laryngopharyngeal reflux
168. Sternomastoid muscle supplied by A/E – Post auricular (rpt)
169. Ionizing radiation affects which cell cycle – M phase
170. Lady with progressive loss of vision with photopic vision – Stargradts Disease
171. ASS grade of patient with controlled HTN – ASA 2
172. Radiographical diagnosis of intestinal obstruction – small bowel dilatation of more than 3cm
173. Protozoa that affects the eye – toxoplasma
174. A/E true about Lidocaine – most cardiotoxic lethal antiarrhythmic
175. Seen in Burger’s Disease – neural involvement present (indirect rpt)
176. Pathogenesis of Raynaud’s phenomenon – ?
177. Associated with membrane raft – GPI anchored protein
178. Next investigation in generalized lymphadenopathy with 70%lymphocytes and TLC 20,000 – peripheral blood cytological analysis
179. Seen in pregnancy with heart disease – systemic hypotension
180. True A/E – retinoids affect vitamin E metabolism
181. Child with Hb 3.4g% with history of transufion 3months back, with microcytic hypochoromic cells with target cells and erythroid expansion changes in bone – beta thalassemia major
182. In HIV pregnancy true A/E – forceps preferred to vacuum delivery
183. Difficulty in dorsiflexion of distal phalanx if index finger, mngmt is- splint
184. Fixed number of vertebral column found in – thoracic
185. Stain used in sebaceous cell carcinoma of eye lid – Oil Red O stain
186. Patient with increased serum cysteine, with multiple renal stones, treatment plan A/E – penicillamine
187. True A/E – ?Dopamine affective vasodilation (cant remember)
188. IOC for lady with dysmenorrhoea with cyclical pain and infertility – diagnostic laparascopy (rpt)
189. Hyperacute transplant rejection due to – preformed antibodies in recipient
190. Epiglottis derived from – fourth arch
191. Comparative chromosomal analysis of normal cell genetics with neoplastic cell – comparative genomic hybridization
192. Patient with heroin addiction comes with pinpoint pupin and coma, doc – IV Naloxone

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