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Answers to PBQs of Past papers

Answers to PBQs of Past papers


Pharmacology

2008
Answer:  b.Colchicine



2009
Answer:  b.Captopril

2010
Q4:  e.Celecoxib

2011

A 28 years old patient developed hypertension during her pregnancy for which she was given treatment by a general practitioner. She is now admitted in a hospital for moderately severe hemolytic anemia. Which one of the following drugs is the most likely cause of hemolytic anemia?  Explain the reason.
i.Atenolol
ii.Captopril
iii.Hydralazine
iv.Methyldopa
v.Minoxidil
b.Describe drug treatment of iron poisoning.
c.Classify drugs used in bleeding disorders and also describe the  MOA of Na Nitroprusside.
  Answer:  d.Methyldopa

2012
Answer:  c.Anticholinergics

2013

Q4:  v.Verapamil


Pathology

2008
Answer: 
Q1:  Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Two other:Pneumonia.
COPD
Q2:  Diphtheria  
                              (acute inflammation)                     


2009
Answer: 
Q4(A):  Pulmonary Thromboembolism
Q4(B):  Bladder cancer by beta naphthylamine
                                 
  2010

Q8:  Lipofuscin


2012
Q.A30 year old women developes a rash and also has photosensivity and pedal edema.Renal function tests are impaired. What is the diagnosis and diagnostic criteria and lab investigations?
Answer: 
Q:  Systemic Lupus Erythematosis

Q.A 14 year old female develop high grade fever and fits.Diagnosis of meningitis is made.Few days later she developed shock.Her blood culture shows N.meningitis.What type of shock is this?Discuss its pathophysiology.
Answer: 
Q:  Septic Shock

2013
Answer: 
Q4(b): Clostridium perfringes


Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

2008
Q5:  Electrocution



























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