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1990 2011 TKMC 007 BATCH

COLLECTION OF UNIVERSITY QUESTION PAPERS

FINAL YEAR MBBS

1990-2011

BY

2007 BATCH STUDENTS,


THOOTHUKUDI GOVT
MEDICAL COLLEGE,
THOOTHUKUDI.

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MEDICINE 32. OPC poisoning (3)


33. Steroid therapy
CHAPTERS: 1-12
34. Scorpion sting (2)
ESSAY: 35. Snake bite (2)
1. Write the causes, sequelae, investigations 36. Auditory hallucinations
and management of obesity 37. General paralysis of insane
2. Enteric fever (3) 38. Contraindications for ECT
3. Schizophrenia 39. Schizophrenia
4. Mood disorders 40. Dissociative disorder.
5. Alcohol Dependence 41. Delusions
6. Manic Depressive psychosis 42. Obsession
7. Fever 43. Suicidal behaviour.
44. Electro-convulsive therapy
45. Anxiety Neurosis (4)
SHORT NOTES: 46. Panic disorders
1. Zidovudine 47. Panic attacks
2. Williams syndrome 48. OCD (2)
3. CMI 49. TCA
4. Ig 50. Depression (7)
5. Anaphylactic Shock 51. Schizophrenia (8)
6. Marked loss of weight 52. Manic depressive psychosis (2)
7. Smoking 53. Catatonia
8. Hyper vitaminosis 54. Phenothiazines
9. Beri-beri 55. Delirium tremens (2)
10. Thermoregulation 56. Alcohol dependance
11. Heat Stroke 57. Anorexia nervosa
12. Heat exhaustion 58. Hysteria(3)
13. Drowning 59. Tumour marker
14. Aetiology of obesity and complications
15. Wernicke's encephalopathy (4) CHAPTERS: 13-16
16. Beri beri
17. Thiamine deficiency
ESSAY:
18. Drug abuse (2) 1. Acute Gastroenteritis
19. Pellagra (5) 2. Dengue fever (2)
20. scurvy (2) 3. Leptospirosis (2)
21. Cretinism 4. Amoebic dysentery
22. Immunisation of Rabies (2) 5. HIV
23. Rifampicin 6. Discuss the etiology, pathology, clinical
24. Quinolones(2]) features, opportunistic infections and
25. Causes of falls in elderly treatment of acquired immunodeficiency
26. Causes and management hyperpyrexia syndrome
27. ARDS (4)
28. Management of septic shock SHORT NOTES:
29. Gastric lavage (2) 1. Hook worm disease
30. Treatment of OPC poisoning(2) 2. Casonis test
31. Cobra bite - with envenomation 3. Swine flu (2)

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4. Amoebic dysentery CHAPTER: 17 (Renal)


5. Bancroftian filariasis ESSAY:
6. Extra Intestinal amoebiasis 1. Describe the clinical features,
7. Anti rabies vaccination complications and management of
8. Treatment of cerebral malaria (2) nephrotic syndrome (2)
9. Fever with rigor 2. Mention etiology, clinical features,
10. Rabies prophylaxis investigations and management of Acute
11. Tetanus Renal failure
12. Clinical features of plague 3. "List five causes of acute renal failure.
13. Interpretation of mantoux test Discuss the pathophysiology and
14. Drug resistant Tuberculosis. management of acute tubular necrosis"
15. Oral rehydration therapy 4. UTI
16. Tropical Eosinophilia (4) 5. Chronic Renal Failure (3)
17. Congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) 6. AGN (2)
18. Shingles.
19. Complications of mumps
SHORT NOTES:
20. Infectious mononucleosis
1. Urine examination
21. Dengue fever (3)
2. ARF and CRF
22. Herpes simplex (2)
3. PUD -complications
23. Herpes zoster (2)
4. Proteinuria
24. Brucellosis
5. Endocrine function of kidney
25. Leptospirosis
6. Aetiology and treatment of acute Renal
26. Weils disease (3)
failure
27. Enteric fever (2)
7. Microscopic urinary sediments
28. Food Poisoning
8. Classification and Treatment of
29. Lepra reaction (6)
pyelonephritis
30. Chemotherapy of leprosy
9. Erectile impotence
31. Cerebral malaria(4)
10. Hematuria
32. Treatment of lepromatous leprosy
11. Nephrotic syndrome (4)
33. Tropical splenomegaly
12. Renal replacement therapy
34. Hydatid disease
13. Hemodialysis
35. Mucormycosis
14. Post Streptococcal GN
36. AIDS
15. Alport syndrome (2)
37. CD4 count
16. Types of MR
38. Treatment of AIDS
17. Potassium sparing diuretics
39. Opportunistic HIV infection
40. HAART therapy principles (2)
41. AIDS CHAPTERS: 18 (CVS)
42. LGV ESSAY:
43. Hyponatremia
44. Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic 1. Discuss the etiology, clinical features,
Hormone (SIADH) complications and management of atrial
45. Hyperkalemia (4) fibrillation
46. Metabolic acidosis 2. Mention clinical features of infective
endocarditis. Discuss investigations,
management and prophylaxis of infective
endocarditis

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3. Mention clinical features of rheumatic 23. Torsades de pointes


carditis. Discuss investigations, 24. Beta blockers (2)
management and prophylaxis of 25. Anti-arrythmic drugs and doses
rheumatic heart disease 26. Unstable angina (2)
4. MI (6) 27. Calcium Channel blockers
5. Heart Failure and coronary artery disease 28. Outline pharmacotherapy of HT
6. Chronic Heart Failure 29. Acute Rheumatic fever
7. Heart Failure 30. VSD
8. A forty year old obese male, a chronic 31. X ray and ECG findings in MS
smoker and an alcoholic, reports to you 32. infective endocarditis (2)
with Retrosternal discomfort. Discuss 33. Cyanosis
your approach towards diagnosis and 34. Eisenmenger syndrome
management
9. Complete Heart Block CHAPTER: 19 (RS)
10. PDA & CHD
ESSAY:
11. Essential HT
1. Discuss the signs, symptoms and
12. Systemic Hypertension
management of right sided tuberculous
13. Hypertension
pleural effusion
14. Acute Rheumatic fever
2. Compare the clinical features of pleural
15. Bacterial Endocarditis
effusion, Hydropneumothorax,
16. Pericardial Effusion, Management of
consolidation and cavity
Cardiac Tamponade (2)
3. Chronic Obstructive pulmonary disease
17. CCF
4. Discuss the pathology, clinical features,
SHORT NOTES: investigations, complications and
1. Pulsus alternans management of Pneumococal pneumonia
2. Thrombolytic treatment in acute MI 5. Discuss the etiology, clinical features,
3. PDA prevention and management of acute
4. Paradoxical pulse pulmonary embolism (2)
5. ACE inhibitors (3) 6. Mention the causes of haemoptysis.
6. Blood pressure Describe in detail the current trends in
7. S3 Gallop management of pulmonary turberculosis
8. Fallot's tetralogy (2) 7. Pleural Effusion (2)
9. Tricuspid Regurgitation 8. Respiratory failure
10. Normal and abnormal Jugular venous 9. Bronchiectasis
pulsations 10. Status asthmatics / Asthma (3)
11. After load reduction in chronic cardiac 11. COPD (2)
failure 12. Cystic Fibrosis
12. Chest pain 13. Lobar Pneumonia
13. LV systolic function 14. CAP
14. Pericardial effusion 15. Pneumonia (2)
15. Cardiac arrest management 16. Tuberculus Meningitis
16. Management of acute MI 17. Pulmonary TB
17. Calcium Channel blockers 18. Pulmonary Fibrosis
18. Acute cor pulmonale 19. Trophical Pulmonary Eosinophilia
19. Central cyanosis 20. Acute pulmonary Embolism (3)
20. Rheumatic fever prophylaxis 21. ARDS
21. Atrial fibrillation (3) 22. Pneumothorax (2)
22. SVT

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SHORT NOTES: SHORT NOTES:


1. Clubbing (3) 1. Thyroid profile
2. Dry bronchiectasis 2. Myxoedema madness
3. PFT 3. Skin changes in Endocrine diseases
4. Non metastatic extra pulmonary 4. Thyroid function tests
manifestations of bronchogenic 5. Diagnosis and complications of
carcinoma thyrotoxicosis
5. Spirometry 6. Thyroid storm
6. sputum examination 7. Myxoedema coma
7. Coal Worker Pneumoconiosis 8. Agranulocytosis (3)
8. Treatment of severe asthma 9. Klinefelter syndrome
9. Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (2) 10. Acromegaly
10. D-dimer 11. Adrenal crisis.
11. Status asthmaticus 12. Hirsutism
12. Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia 13. Tetany (3)
13. Haemoptysis - management 14. Pseudo hypoparathyroidism
14. Pleural effusion 15. Addisons disease (4)
15. Diagnostic pleural aspiration and biopsy 16. Classification of adrenal insufficiency
16. Haemoptysis with scanty clinico 17. Adrenal Crisis
radiological findings 18. Insulinoma
17. Management of acute severe asthma 19. Sheehan syndrome
18. Emphysema 20. Oral hypoglycaemic drugs (2)
19. Community acquired pneumonia 21. Drug induced hypoglycemia
20. Hospital acquired pneumonia 22. Glycosylated Haemoglobin
21. DOTS 23. Insulin therapy
22. MDR Tb (2) 24. Polyuria
23. Aspergillosis 25. Diabetes insipidus
24. Pulmonary Eosinophilia (2) 26. Management of diabetic ketoacidosis
25. Tropical Pulmonary Eosinophilia. 27. Insulin analogues.
28. PBS
29. Diabetes herpetiformes
30. Causes of Secondary diabetes
CHAPTER: 20-21 (Endocrine & DM) 31. Oral GTT
32. Diabetic ketoacidosis (4)
33. Hypoglycaemia (2)
ESSAY: 34. Non ketotic hyperosmolar diabetic coma
1. Adrenal insufficiency 35. Hypoglycaemia (2)
2. Hyperthyroidism 36. Brittle diabetes
3. hypothyroidism 37. Sexual dysfunction
4. Discuss the etiopathogenesis of insulin 38. Newer insulin
dependent Diabetes Mellitus and NIDDM.
Briefly discuss etiopathogenesis of
diabetic ketoacidosis and its
management(2)
5. Diabetes Mellitus (2)
6. Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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2. Blood Transfusion
CHAPTER: 22-23 (GIT) 3. Iron Deficiency Anemia (3)
4. Megaloblastic anemia
ESSAY:
5. Sickle Cell anemia
1. Chronic peptic ulcer
6. CML
2. Acute Pancreatitis (2)
3. IBD SHORT NOTES:
4. Ulcerative colitis 1. ITP (2)
5. Ascites 2. Arterial blood gases
6. Hepatic encephalopathy 3. Lab evaluation of hemolysis
7. Cirrhosis of liver 4. LMWH
8. Portal Hypertension 5. Polycythaemia Rubra Vera (2)
9. Viral Hepatitis 6. Sideroblastic anaemia (3)
7. Laboratory diagnosis of haemolytic
SHORT NOTES:
anaemia
1. PPI (2)
8. Laboratory diagnosis of Aplastic Anaemia
2. Omeprazole
9. Diagnosis and management of ITP
3. GERD
10. Clinical and laboratory features Of
4. Ulcerative Colitis
Haemophilia - A
5. Irritable bowel syndrome (3)
11. Polycythaemia
6. Management acute bleeding from
12. Primary proliferative polycythaemia
esophageal varices
13. Splenomegaly (2)
7. Lower GI bleed
14. Bone marrow transplantation
8. Malabsorption syndrome (2)
15. Allogenic bone marrow transplant.
9. H.Pylori
16. Parenteral iron therapy
10. Celiac disease
17. Megaloblastic anemia (2)
11. Tropical sprue
18. Pernicious anemia (2)
12. Modified duke's criteria
19. Schillings test
13. Refractory Ascites
20. Sickle cell disease
14. Hepatoma
21. Clinical features of Sickle cell anemia
15. Fulminant hepatic failure
22. AML
16. Liver function tests
23. CML
17. Techniques of liver biopsy (2)
24. CML - Investigations & complications (2)
18. Hemolytic jaundice
25. Lymphoma
19. Phenytoin
26. Staging and management of Hodgkin's
20. Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (2)
lymphoma
21. Management of Hepatic encephalopathy
27. Multiple myeloma
(3)
28. Aplastic anemia
22. Portal Hypertension
29. Bleeding disorders
23. Hepatitis B Management
30. Haemophilia (5)
24. Hepatitis C virus
31. Von Willebrand disease
25. Alcohol liver disease
32. Disseminated intravascular coagulation(2)
26. Management of Ascites
33. ENL
34. Hypopigmented skin lesions
CHAPTERS :24, 27 (BLOOD & SKIN) 35. Polyneuritic leprosy
ESSAY: 36. Seborrhic dermatitis
1. "Discuss the etiopathogenesis, clinical 37. Psoriasis(5)
features, investigations and management 38. Urticaria (2)
of Non Hodgkins Lymphoma" 39. SSSS

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40. Scabies (4) 8. Sero negative spondylarthritis


41. Pemphigus vulgaris 9. Acute Gout
42. Erythema nodosum 10. Gout (5)
43. Drug eruptions 11. Pseudo Gout
44. Taenia capitis 12. SLE - Classification
13. Raynaud's phenomenon
CHAPTERS :25, 26 14. CREST syndrome
15. Polymyositis
(CNS, MUSCULOSKELETAL)
16. sjogrens syndrome (2)
ESSAY: 17. Takayasu arteritis
1. Discuss the pathogenesis, clinical 18. Polymyalgia Rheumatica
features, investigations and management 19. Osteoporosis management
of Rheumatoid arthritis. 20. superficial reflexes
2. Rheumatoid arthritis (2) 21. Psychomotor epilepsy
3. Mention the Sero-negative arthropathies. 22. Brainstem reflexes
Describe the clinical features and 23. Partial seizure
diagnosis of Ankylosing spondylitis 24. Gait
4. Parkinsonism (3) 25. Thalidomide
5. Meningococcal Meningitis 26. Transient Ischaemic attack (3)
6. Classify Epilepsy. Discuss their clinical 27. Delirium
features and management 28. Sub tentorial brain tumors
7. Define Cerebrovascular accident or 29. CT scan of head
stroke. Describe the causes, diagnosis 30. Internal ophthalmoplegia
and management of cerebral 31. Neurosis Vs Psychosis
thrombosis 32. Acute confusion
8. Comatose Patient 33. Circle of Willis
9. Prolonged fever 34. Bell's palsy
10. Coma @ age "35" years 35. Pontine haemorrhage
11. Epilepsy (3) 36. CT in stroke
12. CVA 37. Lumbar puncture (3)
13. Stroke, cerebral Infarction (2) 38. CSF in meningitis
14. Haemorrhagic Stroke 39. Brain death
15. Ischemic Stroke 40. Loss of memory
16. Subarachnoid Haemmorhage 41. Migraine (2)
17. Meningitis 42. Vestibular neuronitis
18. Pyogenic Meningitis 43. Trigeminal neuralgia
19. GBS (2) 44. Status epilepticus (3)
20. paraplegia 45. TIA (2)
21. Acute Post Infective Polyneuritis 46. Parkinsonism (2)
22. Myasthenia gravis 47. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
SHORT NOTES: 48. Bacterial meningitis
1. Sero negative arthritis (2) 49. Tuberculous meningitis (3)
2. Wasting of small muscles 50. Rabies
3. DMARD (2) 51. Tetanus - Clinical features (2)
4. causes of short stature 52. Increased ICT
5. Claw Hand 53. Guillain barre syndrome
6. Renal osteodystrophy 54. Neuralgic amyotrophy
7. Rheumatoid Arthiritis (4) 55. Myasthenia Gravis (2)

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18. Mention four complications of


SHORT ANSWERS: obesity.
1. Drugs used in Hyperthyroidism
19. Enumerate four clinical features of
2. Two side effects of calcium channel Parkinsons disease.
blockers
20. Mention four AIDS defining diseases.
3. Four causes of oral ulcerations
21. Two causes of acute kidney injury.
4. Four drugs used in multi drug
resistant Tuberculosis 22. Two complications of portal
hypertension.
5. Mention four complications of
diabetes mellitus 23. Two contra indications to beta
blockers.
6. Two causes of non-pitting pedal
oedema(2) 24. Two causes of liver abscess.

7. Dots therapy (2) 25. Obsessive compulsive disorder.

8. Four complications of chicken pox 26. Haemorrhagic ascites.

9. Give two causes of delirium 27. Mention four anti epileptic drugs.

10. Four indications for dialysis (Renal) 28. Clinical uses of fluoroquinolones.

11. List four metabolic/biochemical 29. Bells palsy.


features of diabetic ketoacidosis.
30. Causes of Bradycardia
12. Mention two indications and two
contraindications for upper G I 31. Four drugs used in multi drug
endoscopy. resistant tuberculosis.

13. Enumerate four causes of 32. Herpes zoster (2)


haemoptysis.
33. Causes of seronegative arthritis.
14. Mention four Liver Function tests
used to assess liver disease. 34. Third generation of cephalosporins.

15. Enumerate four manifestations 35. Water hammer pulse.


/complications of severe falciparum
36. Plasmapheresis.
malaria.
37. Stem cell transplant.
16. Mention four causes for eosinophilia.
38. Catatonia
17. Enumerate four indications for
antivenin administration.
39. Anti CCP antibody.

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40. Familial Mediterranean fever. 61. Name four Neurotransmitters.

41. Cytokines. 62. Name four Haemoglobinopathy.

42. Micro albuminuria. 63. Stages of Hodgkins lymphoma.

43. Post exposure prophylaxis in HIV 64. Four drugs used in ulcerative colitis
infection.
65. Two indications for bone marrow
44. Risk factors for Nosocomial infection. transplantation

45. Dementia. 66. Two causes of milky pleural fluid

46. Clostriduim Difficile. 67. Prion diseases

47. Intermediate Syndrome. 68. Investigation of patient with urinary


tract infection
48. Acute phase reactants.
69. Aluminium & zinc phosphide
49. Four causes of generalized poisoning
lymphadenopathy.
70. Name energy yielding nutrients
50. Four predisposing factors for renal name the essential aminoacids
stones.
71. Management of near drowning
51. Four slow acting anti rheumatic patient
drugs.
72. High Altitude (Acute motion sickness)
52. Four causes of Secondary physiological effects
Hypertension.
73. Mention four causes for neutropenia.
53. Four second line ATT drugs.
74. Mention two changes in CNS with
54. Four drugs causing gynecomastia. ageing and their corresponding
consequences.
55. Four signs of DKA.
75. Eradication of H. pylori.
56. Four drugs used in fungal infection.
76. Mention four neurological features
57. Four causes of massive of B12 deficiency.
splenomegaly.(2)
77. Mention four causes of
58. Four pulmonary function tests. adrenocortical insufficiency.

59. Four types of Psoriasis. 78. WHO criteria for diagnosis of


diabetes mellitus.
60. Four features of nephrotic syndrome.

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79. Enumerate four causes for infective 100. Pyridoxine.


diarrhoea.
101. Psychosis.
80. Aetiology of pyogenic meningitis.
102. Causes of Haematuria (2)
81. List the causes for Parkinsonism.
103. Management of Barbiturate Poisoning.
82. List four antihypertensive drugs
104. Chylothorax.
83. Four causes of hemoptysis.
105. Mention causes of Meningitis.
84. Acute viral hepatitis.
106. Mention drugs used in Acute Pulmonary
85. Drugs used in organo phosphate oedema.
poisoning.
107. Mention oral Hypoglycaemic agents.
86. Four drugs used in chemotherapy of
tuberculosis. 108. Mention types of Bronchial breath
sounds.
87. Two causes of cavities in lung.
109. Mention signs of Meningial irritation.
88. Henoch schonlein purpura.
110. Drugs in helicobacter pylori.
89. Two drugs used as DMARDs.
111. Auscultatory signs of Mitral Stenosis
90. Horners syndrome.
112. Polycystic ovarian syndrome.
91. Two indications for endotracheal
intubation 113. Four causes of proximal muscle
weakness.
92. Importance of Philadelphia
chromosome. 114. Four features of SLE.

93. What is sickle cell crisis? 115. Four extra articular manifestations of
Rheumatoid Arthritis.
94. Angiotensin receptor blockers and
indications. 116. Four gait disorders.

95. Ankylosing spondylitis. 117. Four drugs producing osteoporosis.

96. Oral rehydration therapy. 118. Non pulmonary complications of


pulmonary Tb.
97. Mention three gram negative bacilli.
119. Name four drugs causing neutropenia.
98. Name four macrolide antibiotics.
120. Four causes of hydrocephalus.
99. ill effects of Tobacco Chewing.

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121. Four causes of pruritis without skin 138. Name two GP (glycoprotein 2b/3a)
disease. antagonists.
122. Four complications of UGI (Upper
GastroIntestinal) endoscopy. 139. Name four neurotransmitters.

123. Four common features of Falciparum 140. Four clinical features of carcinoid
Malaria. tumors

124. Four features of Jones criteria. 141. List 4 causes of secondary


hypertension
125. Four common features of Feltys
Syndrome 142. List 4 inotropic agents used for
shock
126. Four organisms causing urinary tract
infection. 143. List 4 adverse effects of phenytoin

127. Four causes of ARDS (Acute Respiratory 144. List 4 causes for hypoglycemia
Distress Syndrome).
145. List 4 causes of megaloblastic
128. Blood picture of dimorphic anemia. anemia

146. Charcots triad


129. Four features of Nephrotic Syndrome.
147. List 4 causes for syncope
130. Four neuro glycopenic symptoms of
hypoglycemia. 148. List 4 drugs used for treatment of
chronic stable angina
131. Four types of sero negative
spondyloarthritis. 149. List 4 common opportunistic

132. Name four proton pump inhibitors. 150. infections seen HIV infected patients

133. Four risk factors of gestational diabetes 151. List 4 causes for delirium in the
mellitus. elderly

134. Four causes of polyarthritis. 152. List 4 drugs contra-indicated in the


first trimester of pregnancy
135. Two causes of diffuse
hyperpigmentation. 153. Name the TORCH organisms

136. Four clinical features of 154. Name 4 sexually transmitted


Glomerular disease. infections presenting as genital ulcers

137. Four poor prognostic factors in alcoholic 155. Name 4 anti-retroviral drugs
liver disease.
156. Name 4 vaccines used in adults

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SURGERY

GENERAL SURGERY Lymphatics, Varicose vein, Skin,


(Wound, Infection, Ulcer) Hemorrhage , Burns, Acid-Base, Fluids,
Neck Swellings
ESSAY:
1. Tetanus ESSAY:
2. Gas gangrene 1. Lymphoedema causes, types,
3. Classification of ulcer; Treatment of management of filarial lymphedema
varicose ulcer 2. Unilateral swelling of lower limb causes,
4. TAO, Investigation of arterial occlusive Test for varicose veins, Varicose ulcer
disease, complication, clinical features, management
management of atherosclerotic gangrene 3. Malignant melanoma, Clinical staging and
5. TAO, etiology, clinical features, diagnosis treatment (2)
and management (3) 4. Haemorrhage
5. Shock classification; Details about septic
SHORT NOTES: shock
6. Classification of burns; complications and
1. Factor influencing wound healing
management
2. hypertrophic scar (2)
3. keloid
4. Ludwigs angina SHORT NOTES:
5. Antibioma 1. Hodgkins' disease
6. Collar stud abscess 2. Hodgkins lymphoma
7. Cold abscess (2) 3. Lymph cyst
8. Tuberculous lymphadenopathy(3) 4. Transfusion reactions
9. Carbuncle 5. Rodent ulcer (2)
10. Gas gangrene 6. Epithelioma
11. Tetanus. 7. Squamous cell carcinoma face (2)
12. Paronychia 8. Marjolin ulcer
13. Madura foot 9. Malignant melanoma (2)
14. Gumma 10. Septic shock
15. Chancre 11. Burns-fluid therapy.
16. AIDS (2) 12. Cardiac tamponade
17. Ulcer edge 13. APUDoma (2)
18. Varicose ulcers (2) 14. Split skin graft (3)
19. Venous ulcer 15. Metabolic acidosis (2)
20. Trophic ulcer 16. Lipoma
21. Bed sore 17. Hypokalemia
22. Buerger disease 18. Neurofibroma
23. TAO 19. Classification of cyst
24. Colour doppler in peripheral vascular 20. Dermoid cyst (2)
disease 21. Ranula
22. Thyroglossal cyst (5)
23. Meningocele
24. Branchial cyst (2)

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25. Branchial fistula 20. Pheochromocytoma


26. Cystic hygroma (3) 21. DD hyperparathyroidism
27. Deep Vein Thrombosis 22. Acute bacterial mastitis
28. Carotid body tumor 23. Breast Abscess
29. Pharyngeal pouch 24. Cystosarcoma phylloides (3)
30. Arterio venous fistula 25. Empyema thoracis
31. Cirsoid aneurism 26. Fibro adenoma breast (5)
27. Nipple retraction
Oral Cavity, Salivary Glands, Thyroid,
Parathyroid, Adrenal, Breast GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY
ESSAY:
1. Carcinoma Oesophagus
ESSAY: 2. Esophageal atresia; tracheo oesophgeal
1. Carcinoma buccal mucosa fistula
2. Surgical anatomy of parotid gland. 3. Surgical anatomy of Duodenum, clinical
Pleomorphic ademoma ; etiology, clinical features, investigation, management of
features, diagnosis and management(2) duodenal ulcer
3. Bilateral hydronephrosis (2) 4. Stomach surgical anatomy, etiology,
4. Classification of goiter, Thyrotoxicosis- clinical features, diagnosis and
Type, clinical features, management management of benign gastric ulcer
5. Surgical anatomy of thyroid; etiology, 5. Complications of peptic ulcer; etiology,
clinical features, diagnosis and clinical features, diagnosis and
management of solitary nodular goitre management of chronic duodenal ulcer
6. Parathyroid adenoma 6. Carcinoma stomach (2)
7. Surgical anatomy of breast; Details about 7. Lymphatic drainage of stomach; clinical
Firbroadenoma breast features, diagnosis and management of
8. Carcinoma breast T2N2M0 : Clinical linitis plastica
features and management 8. Main functions of liver; liver function
SHORT NOTES: test, clinical features, diagnosis and
1. Pancoast tumour management of amoebic liver abscess (2)
2. Management of Ca tongue 9. Hydatid cyst liver: Diagnosis,
3. Tongue Tie complication and management
4. Epulis 10. Causes of hematemesis; portal
5. Alveolar abscess hypertension; Clinical features,
6. Dental Cyst (2) management of oesophageal variceal
7. Adamantinoma (2) bleeding
8. Warthins tumour 11. Etiology of obstructive jaundice; etiology,
9. Mixed parotid tumour clinical features, diagnosis and
10. Parotid abscess management of stone in common bile
11. Pleomorphic adenoma duct
12. Post thyroidectomy complications 12. Calculus Cholecystitis
13. Retro sternal goitre 13. Acute Cholecystitis; anatomy of
14. Haemangioma gallbladder
15. Papillary Carcinoma Thyroid 14. Tumours of pancreas, Clinical features,
16. Solitary nodule of thyroid investigation, management of Carcinoma
17. hashimoto thyroiditis (2) head of pancreas
18. Reidels thyroiditis 15. Acute pancreatitis
19. Parathyroid adenoma

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16. Causes of haemoperitoneum; clinical 30. Intussusception (3)


features, diagnosis, management of 31. Congenital megacolon
traumatic rupture of spleen (3) 32. Troisiers sign
17. Ileocaecal tuberculosis 33. Courvoisiers law
18. Carcinoma rectum (2) 34. Colonoscopy
19. Appendicitis, etiology, clinical features, 35. Mucocele gall bladder
investigations, management of 36. Colectomy
appendicular lump 37. Pseudo intestinal obstruction
20. Acute appendicitis 38. Prolapse rectum
21. Inguinal hernia complications; Treatment 39. Complications of haemorrhoids
of strangulated hernia 40. Fistula in ano (3)
22. Causes of hematemesis; management of 41. Incisioinal hernia
bleeding peptic ulcer 42. Pilonidal sinus
23. DD lump in the Right iliac fossa; etiology, 43. Obstructed femoral hernia
clinical features, diagnosis and 44. Femoral hernia (3)
management of Carcinoma Caecum 45. Umbilical hernia
SHORT NOTES: 46. Epigastric hernia
1. Barium meal series 47. Spigelians hernia
2. Barium enema 48. Fatty hernia of linea alba
3. Hiatus hernia 49. Management of Appendicular mass
4. Achalasia cardia (2) 50. Meckel's diverticulum (3)
5. Plummer vinson syndrome 51. Laparoscopy
6. Helico bacter pylori 52. Peutz jeghers syndrome
7. Causes of upper GI bleed 53. Post operative care for abdominal
8. Congenital pyloric stenosis surgery.
9. Post operative complications of UROLOGY
Gastrectomy
ESSAY:
10. Duodenal fistula
1. Renal calculus - etiology, clinical features,
11. Hydatid disease of liver (4)
diagnosis and management of calculus in
12. Biliary stones
renal pelvis
13. Cholelithiasis
2. Renal stone; recent trends in
14. Stone in CBD
management
15. Gallstone complications
3. unilateral hydroneprosis; etiology,
16. Tumor markers
clinical features, diagnosis and
17. Choledochal cyst
management
18. Cholangio carcinoma
4. Hydronephrosis in children
19. Biliary atresia
5. Kidney surgical anatomy, Renal TB -
20. Acute pancreatitis
clinical features, diagnosis and
21. Post splenectomy complications (3)
management
22. Peritonitis complications
6. Wilms tumour
23. Meconium peritonitis
7. Neoplasms of kidney: classification
24. Carcinoid tumour (2)
clinical features, diagnosis and
25. Appendicular abscess (2)
management of hypernephroma (2)
26. Pseudo pancreatic cyst (4) 8. Urinary bladder rupture
27. Carcinoid tumour 9. Organ Transplantation
28. Splenic injury 10. Causes of Acute retention of urine;
29. Rectal polyp (2) Details about BPH

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11. Undescended testis 12. Coarctation of Aorta


12. Classification of testicular tumors; clinical 13. Peripheral nerve injury
features, investigation & management of 14. FNAC (3)
seminoma (3) 15. Acute extradural hematoma (2)
16. Berrys aneurysm
17. GLASGOW Coma scale
SHORT NOTES 18. Hutchinson's pupil
1. Intravenous pyelography 19. Conn's syndrome
2. PSA 20. suture material
3. Renal calculus 21. Crush syndrome
4. Hypernephroma (2) 22. Hilton's method of draining abscess
5. Wilms tumour (2) 23. Ultrasonography
6. Dietls' crisis 24. Auto transfusion
7. Vesical Calculus 25. Disinfection
8. Ectopia Vesiacae 26. Hepatitis B
9. Urethral diverticulae 27. MODS
10. Rupture urethra 28. MRSA
11. Hypospadias 29. Rh incompatibility
12. Causes of retention of urine 30. Inhalation injury
13. Ca Prostate 31. Universal Precaution.
14. Phimosis (3) 32. Cervical rib
15. Circumcision 33. Necrotising fascitis
16. Etiology of CA penis 34. Desmoid tumour (2)
17. Peyronies disease 35. Volume expanders
18. Congenital hydrocele (2) 36. Blast injuries
19. Spermatocele
20. Undescented testis SHORT ANSWERS
21. Varicocoele 1. Name four swelling which give cross-
22. Ectopic testis fluctuation
23. Torsion testes
24. Seminoma testis (2) 2. Name four sarcomas which
25. Vasectomy predominantly spread by lymphatic
26. hematuria route?

OTHERS 3. Name four premalignant conditions of


oral cavity
1. Flail Chest (3)
2. Pneumothorax 4. Write four indications for amputation
3. Tension pneumothroax
4. PDA 5. Modified perthes test
5. Lucid interval
6. Astrocytoma 6. Name four difference between keloid &
7. Computerised tomography Hypertrophic scar.
8. MRI
9. Radioactive iodine 7. Name four premalignant conditions of
10. Acute subdural haematoma (2) Penile swelling.
11. Lymphogranuloma venerium

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8. Name four difference between Exudate & 30. Cystic Hygroma.


Transudate.
31. What is calots triangle? What are its
9. Name four indications for using Romovac contents
Suction drain.
32. Murphys triad (2)
10. Intermittent Claudication
33. Whipples triad
11. List out four investigations in a case of
breast lump. 34. Branham sign

12. Multiple - Endocrine neoplasia type II. 35. Milians ear sign

13. Differential diagnosis of ulcer tongue. 36. Trousseaus sign

14. Antibioma. 37. Mondors disease

15. Pyothorax. 38. Epididymal cyst

16. ANDI. 39. Surgical complications of typhoid (2)

17. Bubonocele. 40. Predisposing factors for sigmoid volvulus

18. Hidra adenitis suppurativa. 41. Adsons test.

19. Desmoid tumour. 42. Foramen of Winslow.

20. Richters hernia. 43. Fine needle aspirations cytology (2)

21. Paronychia. 44. Lipoma of cord.

22. Thierschs skin graft. 45. Tinels Sign.

23. False Aneurysm. 46. Breast Abscess.

24. Glasgow coma scale. 47. Complication of Perforated Appendix.

25. Phimosis. 48. Tuberculosis Lymphadenitis.

26. Venous ulcer. 49. Orchitis.

27. Leukoplakia. 50. Dercum Disease

28. Lingual thyroid. 51. Points to identify facial nerve during


parotid surgery.
29. Freys Syndrome.
52. Factors influencing wound healing.

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53. Radio isotopes in diagnosis of surgical 75. Mention Branches of external carotid
conditions.
artery.
54. Temporary colostomy.
76. Keloid
55. Excision biopsy.
77. Seminoma.
56. Causes of hyper calcemia.
78. Iodine 131.
57. Indications for urinary diversion.
79. Surgery in diabetic patient.
58. Horse shoe kidney.
80. Ryles tube.
59. Gynaecomastia.
81. Arteriogram.
60. Blood transfusion.
82. Glasgow coma scale.
61. Torsion of testis.
83. Quart regimen.
62. Paraphimosis.
84. Colonic polyps.
63. Pneumothorax.
85. Prolapse Pile mass.
64. Rodent ulcer.
86. Melanoma.
65. Lucid interval.
87. Guillotine amputation.
66. ESWL.
88. Thyroglossal cyst.
67. Common local anaesthetic techniques.
89. Anti thyroid drugs.
68. Post operative complications of
thyroidectomy. 90. Oxygen therapy.

69. Treatment of Paralytic Ileus. 91. Ventilators in ICU.

70. Surgical anatomy of inguinal canal. 92. Torsion testis.

71. Complications of Gall stones. 93. MRI.

72. Lymphatic drainage of breast. 94. Radio responsive tumors.

73. Dog care surgery. 95. Universal Precaution.

74. Four causes for splenomegaly. 96. Ankle systolic pressure index.

97. Hashimotos thyroditis.

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98. Wilms tumor. 18. Endotracheal tube


19. preparation of patient for GA
99. Fistula in ano. 20. Reactionary haemorrhage
21. General endotracheal anaesthesia
100. Haemangioma. 22. CPR
23. lidocaine
101. Achalasia cardia. 24. Pulse oximeter
25. Boyles apparatus
102. Linitus Plastica. 26. Digital block anaesthesia
27. Lumbar puncture
103. Hour glass stomach.

104. Amoebic liver abscess. ORTHO:


ESSAY:
105. Laparoscopic surgery. 1. Classification of epiphyseal injury, Details
about medial condyle fracture humerus
106. Stages of peritonitis in Duperforation 2. Shoulder joint dislocation (2)
3. Supracondylar fracture of humerus (4)
107. Tetany. 4. Colle's fracture (3)
5. Posterior dislocation of hip joint (2)
108. Cystosarcoma Phyllodes. 6. Dislocation of hip joint (2)
7. Fracture neck of femur; classification (3)
109. Flail chest. 8. Trochanteric fracture of femur
9. Pathological fracture of shaft of femur (2)
110. Hydatid cyst. 10. Classification and management of ankle
fracture
111. Neo adjuvant therapy. 11. Classification of osteomyelitis; Details
about chronic osteomyelitis
ANESTHESIA 12. Acute osteomyelitis
1. Epidural Anaesthesia (4) 13. Pott's spine
2. Stages of Ether anaesthesia 14. Tuberculosis of Hip joint
3. Spinal Anaesthesia (3) 15. Classification of tumour. Detail about
4. nitrous oxide Ewing sarcoma (2)
5. Post-spinal Anaesthesia head ache 16. Classification of Bone tumours
6. Endo tracheal intubation 17. Osteoclastoma (Giant Cell tumour)
7. Pancuronium bromide 18. Osteosarcoma (3)
8. Complications of spinal anaesthesia 19. Rheumatoid arthritis
9. Intravenous Anaesthesia(2) 20. Common deformities of knee region in
10. Local anaesthesia (2) children and adolescents
11. Field block anaesthesia
12. Bupivacine SHORT NOTES:
13. Regional anasthesia (2) 1. Pott's fracture
14. Nerve block (2) 2. Plaster of paris
15. Management of airway in an unconscious 3. Thomas splint (2)
patient 4. Myositis ossificans (2)
16. Ankle block 5. Classification of compound fracture
17. Muscle relaxants 6. Haemarthrosis
7. Non-Union (3)
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8. Malunion (2) 56. Golfer's elbow


9. Radial nerve injuries 57. Trigger finger
10. nerve injuries 58. Ganglion (2)
11. Tardy ulnar palsy 59. Carpal tunnel syndrome
12. Saturday night palsy 60. plantar fascitis
13. Foot drop (4) 61. Osteoporosis
14. club foot (2) 62. Osteoid osteoma (2)
15. Wrist drop (3) 63. Osteoclastoma (4)
16. Claw hand (4) 64. Chondrosarcoma
17. Electromyography 65. Osteocondroma
18. Tinel's sign 66. codman's triangle
19. Arthroplasty & Arthroscopy 67. Rickety rosary
20. clavicle fracture 68. kinenboch's disease
21. Osteomyelitis of humerus (2) 69. Torticollis
22. Shoulder dislocation (2) 70. Cervical rib
23. Supra condylar fracture of humerus (2) 71. Perthe's disease (2)
24. Volkmann's contracture (3) 72. Genu valugum (3)
25. Colle's facture (4) 73. Baker's cyst (3)
26. Monteggia fracture 74. Pagets disease of bone (2)
27. Bennet's fracture 75. Ideal Stump
28. Congenital dislocation of hip (2) 76. Below knee amputation
29. Knock knee 77. Complications of pagets' disease
30. Fracture patella (2) 78. Erb's palsy
31. Chronic osteomyelitis of tibia (3) 79. intramedullary fixation of fracture
32. Osteomyelitis (2) 80. Bone cement
33. Sequestrum (3) 81. Hallux Valgus
34. Brodies abscess 82. Smith's fracture
35. Septic arthritis 83. Bone graft (3)
36. Tuberculosis knee 84. Tuberculous dactylitis
37. tuberculosis arthiritis 85. Calcitonin
38. Tuberculous synovitis 86. Ruptured tendoachillis
39. Potts spine 87. Pes planus
40. cold abscess (2) 88. neuropathic joint
41. Psoas abscess 89. Allen test
42. Frozen shoulder 90. Adson test
43. CTEV (4) 91. Kochers manouevre.
44. Acute poliomyelitis 92. Madura foot.
45. Spina bifida
46. meningomyelocele SHORT ANSWERS:
47. Metastatic bone disease (2) 1. Define
48. Bone cyst a. Spondylolysis
49. Lumbar disc prolapse b. Spondylolisthesis
50. Ankylosis 2. Galezzi sign
51. spondylolisthesis
52. Gouty arthritis 3. Ortolanis test
53. Osteosacroma (2)
54. Ewings sarcoma (2) 4. Name the nerves injured in the following
55. Tennis elbow (2) situations

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18. Neuropraxia.
a. Fracture shaft of humerus
19. Septic arthritis.
b. Supracondylar fracture
20. Exostosis.
5. Name the osteochondritis of the following
21. Erbs palsy.
a. Femoral head
22. Ganglion.
b. Lunate bone
23. Bryants triangle.
6. Write the typical deformities
24. Plaster of Paris.
a. Posterior dislocation of HIP
25. Web space infection of hand.
b. Anterior dislocation of HIP
26. Potts disease of spine.
7. Causes: (a) Pes Planus (b) Pes Cavus.
27. Exostosis.
8. Differences between Quadriceps
contusion and Quadriceps Rupture. 28. Bone secondaries.

9. Deformities in a talipes equinovarus & 29. Genu valgum.


Talipes equino valgus.
30. Tardy ulnar palsy.
10. Name the nerves injured in the following
situations: 31. Phantom limb.
(a) Medical Epicondylitis (b) tennis Elbow.
32. Malunion.

33. Ankylosis.
11. Write the typical deformities in:
34. Haemarthrosis.
(a) Colles Fracture (b) Monteggia fracture
35. Dequervains tenosynovitis.
12. Calcaneal spur.
36. Ulnar paradox.
13. Ape thumb deformity.

14. Non- union.

15. Volkmanns ischemic contracture.

16. Pathological fracture.

17. Dupuytrens contracture.

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8. Describe an Eclamptic fit. Discuss the


OBSTETRICS management of eclampsia (10)
9. Define antepartum hemorrhage. What are
CHAPTERS: 1-10 its causes? How do you diagnose and
manage a case of placenta previa (3)
SHORT NOTES:
10. Define APH. Discuss diagnosis and
1. Diagonal conjugate
management of abruptio placenta.
2. Signs of ovulation
Mention the complications (6)
3. Evaluation of tubal factor in fertility (2)
11. Discuss aetiology and types of placenta
4. Foetal circulation
previa. How would you manage a 3rd
5. Pregnancy changes in 1st trimester
gravida with 32 weeks of pregnancy with
6. Haematological changes during pregnancy
posterior placenta previa?(5)
(3)
12. Primi gravida, 20 years, has come to
7. Breast feeding changes in pregnancy
hospital with bleeding PV at 8 months of
8. Carbohydrate metabolism in pregnancy
amenorrhoea. What are the differential
9. Glycosuria in pregnancy
diagnosis? Discuss the management of
10. Urinary tract changes in pregnancy
abruptio placenta and its complications
11. Diagnosis of pregnancy in the first
13. A 22 year old second gravida presents
trimester
with history of 8 months of amenorrhoea
12. Diameters of foetal skull (With diagram)
and bleeding per vaginum. How will you
13. Antenatal care (2)
proceed?
14. Diagnosis of fetal distress
14. Define preterm labour. Explain the
etiology and management of preterm
CHAPTERS : 11-25 labour
ESSAY: 15. "Define intrauterine growth restriction.
1. Define normal labour. Write the Describe the etiology, diagnosis and
mechanism and management of normal management of intrauterine growth
labour (2) restriction"
2. "What are the causes for III stage 16. Discuss the diagnosis, complications and
complications? Explain the management management of twin pregnancy (4)
of atonic postpartum hemorrhage"
3. What are the causes of second trimester SHORT NOTES:
abortions? How do you diagnose and 1. Normal Second stage of labour
manage a case of cervical incompetence. 2. Differentiate true from false labour pains
(2) 3. Episiotomy
4. discuss the differential diagnosis and 4. Episiotomy - Type & complications (4)
management of acute Ectopic gestation 5. Management and complications of 3rd
(3) stage of labour (2)
5. Define vesicular mole. Discuss the signs, 6. Syntocinon in obstetrics
symptoms, diagnosis of vesicular mole. 7. foetal distress in labour
What are the complications of vesicular 8. physiology of lactation
mole? How do you follow up a case of 9. Mention the two hormones involved in
vesicular mole after evacuation? (5) milk secretion and milk ejection.
6. How do you investigate and treat a case Enumerate the advantages of breast
of anaemia in pregnancy (6) feeding
7. What are the causes of Anaemia? How 10. complications in a grand multi during
will you manage a term pregnant lady pregnancy and labour
with 6gms% Hb?

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11. What is BOH? Enumerate the causes of 5. Discuss aetiology, diagnosis and
BOH management of a case of transverse lie at
12. Recurrent abortion term in early labour
13. Inevitable abortion (2) 6. What are the causes of breech
14. incomplete abortion (2) presentation? How do you manage
15. Missed Abortion (7) breech presentation at 34-36 weeks of
16. Habitual abortion pregnancy?
17. Erythroblastosis foetalis 7. Describe the causes, diagnosis and
18. Deep vein thrombosis management of Breech presentation (5)
19. cerclage stitch 8. Discuss the causes and management of
20. cervical incompetence (4) unengaged head in primi at term
21. Medical management of unruptured 9. What is obstructed labour ? Write causes
ectopic pregnancy and treatment (3)
22. differential diagnosis of ruptured ectopic 10. Describe the aetiology, diagnosis and
pregnancy(2) management of postpartum haemorrhage
23. Trichomonas Vaginitis (4) (3)
24. Anaemia in pregnancy - prevention 11. What are the causes of rupture uterus?
25. Iminent Eclampsia How will you diagnose and treat such case
26. Management of antepartum eclampsia (2) (4)
27. Antihypertensive drugs in pregnancy 12. Discuss the aetiology, clinical features and
28. Couvelaire uterus (4) management of puerperal infection (6)
29. preterm labour (2)
30. intrauterine growth restriction SHORT NOTES:
31. Enumerate the complictions encountered 1. beriefly the principles in the management
durign pregnancy and labour in multiple of labour in heart disease complicating
pregnancy (3) pregnancy (3)
32. Delivery of second twin - in transverse lie 2. Management of labour in heart disease
with cord prolapse complicating pregnancy.
33. Complications of Multiple pregnancy 3. AIDS infection (3)
34. Diagnosis of multiple pregnancy 4. screening test for gestational diabetes (3)
35. Rh-Isoimmunisatoin (2) 5. asymptomatic bacteriuria
6. Fibroid complicating pregnancy
CHAPTERS : 26-41 7. face to pubis delivery (2)
ESSAY: 8. shoulder presentation
1. Briefly the principles in the management 9. management of after coming head of
of labour in heart disease complicating breech presentation (3)
pregnancy (3) 10. Cord Prolapse (2)
2. Describe the aetiology diagnosis and 11. Partography
management of ROP? (2) 12. difference between constriction ring and
3. How will you diagnose the ROP clinically? contraction ring dystosia
Discuss the mechanism of labour in ROP 13. Hypotonic uterine inertia
in a) Anthropoid pelvis b) Android pelvis . 14. incordinate uterine action
And its management in each conditioin 15. Bandl's ring
4. What is Deep Transverse arrest? Mention 16. assessment of cephalopelvic
how you diagnose and treat such case (6) disproportion
17. Trial labour (3)
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19. What is partogram? How do you monitor 8. causes of early neonatal deaths and
a patient in labour ? prevention
20. Third stage complication 9. physiological Jaundice
21. Retained Placenta 10. Neonatal Jaundice (4)
22. adherent placenta 11. neonatal convulsions (2)
23. placenta accreta 12. birth injuries to child
24. Acute inversion of uterus 13. Caput succedaneum (2)
25. placenta succenturiata 14. cephal haematoma (5)
26. Inversion of uterus 15. Forceps in obstetrics
27. Incoordinate uterine action 16. indications for forcepts in modern
28. complete perineal tear (3) obstetrics
29. prevention of Rupture uterus 17. Outlet forceps (5)
30. puerperal pyrexia 18. external cephalic version
19. Craniotomy
CHAPTERS : 42-57 20. indications for elective caesarean section
ESSAY: 21. Enumerate the steps in lower segment
1. Define DUB. What are the different types caesarean section. Mention some
of DUB and discuss the management of complications of caesarean section (2)
each on of them (3) 22. classical caesarean section
2. Describe the aetiology, clinical features, 23. complications of emergency caeserean
and management of a case of hyperemisis section
gravidarum (4) 24. mention indication, contra indications and
3. Define caesarean section and its various complications of induction of labour
indications. Explain the management of 25. Prostaglandins
previous lower segment caesarean 26. Bishop's score
section in labour 27. oxytocin
4. Enumerate the indications for lower 28. Maternal Mortality - Define & causes (4)
segment caesarian section. Discuss the 29. Hydrocephalus (2)
management of a case of previous 30. Perinatal Mortality (4)
caesarean section posted for vaginal 31. RCH interventions
delivery 32. complications of postmaturity
5. What is induction of labour? What are 33. post maturity
the indications and methods used for 34. Coagulation failure in obstetrics (2)
inducing labour? (3) 35. Ultrasound in 1st trimester (2)
6. Describe the causes, diagnosis and 36. use of ultrasonography in obstetrics (3)
management of Intra uterine fetal death. 37. Oligohydramnios
(4) 38. polyhydramnios (2)
39. Ultrasonographic findings in Intrauterine
death of foetus
SHORT NOTES: 40. Hydrops foetalis
1. Care of newborn 41. anencephaly
2. neonatal resuscitation 42. IUCD (8)
3. APGAR 43. Hormonal contraception (2)
4. Asphyxia Neonatorum (2) 44. Surgical method of contraception
5. Breast feeding (2) 45. Puerperal sterilisation
6. prematurity (2) 46. Interval sterilisation
7. Respiratory distress syndrome 47. Minilap Technique (4)
48. laparoscopy

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49. Vasectomy 15. Causes of unengaged head at term.


50. MTP ACT (2)
51. MTP In 1st trimester (3) 16. Sagittal suture and its importance.
52. Epidural anaesthesia
53. safe motherhood initiative 17. Precipitate labour.
54. baby friendly hospital
55. Septic Abortion 18. Universal precautions to be observed in
56. complications of medical termination of
pregnancy treating HIV patient.
57. Mention the methods of MTP in the
second trimester of pregnancy? 19. Inevitable Abortion.

SHORT ANSWERS: 20. External cephalic version.

1. HCG 21. Missed abortion.

2. Non reactive non stress test (2) 22. Hegars sign (3)

3. Enumerate danger signs in pregnancy 23. Aims of antenatal care.

4. Mention complications of eclampsia 24. Non stress test.

5. Contraindications for prostaglandins 25. Precipitate labour.

6. Pre disposing causes of puerperal sepsis 26. Causes of obstructed labour.

7. HELLP syndrome 27. Prevention of perinatal mortality.

8. Advantages of elective caesarean 28. Antihypertensives used in pregnancy.

section(2) 29. Cephalhematoma.

9. Mifepristone 30. Braxtons Hicks contraction.

10. Define prematurity, mention two 31. Decidual cast.

complications 32. Complications of ARM.

11. Bandls ring (2) 33. Why should we cut short second stage of

12. Causes of Breech presentation. labour in severe PIH?

13. Write four advantages of LSCS over 34. Indication for cervicotomy.

classical section. 35. Universal precautions observed during

14. Prevention of Rh-iso immunization. delivery of HIV patient.

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36. CHIGNON. 58. Classification of anemia in pregnancy.

37. Causes of birth asphyxia. 59. Immunization during pregnancy.

38. Causes of difficulty in delivery after 60. Implantation.

coming head in breech. 61. Differential diagnosis of convulsions

39. Indication of induction of labour. during pregnancy

40. Quickening. 62. Diagonal conjugate.

41. Meconium aspiration syndrome.(MAS) 63. Importance of prenatal care.

42. Causes of puerperal pyrexia. 64. HELLP syndrome.

43. Prerequisites for application of outlet 65. Urinary tract changes during pregnancy.

forceps. 66. Oral glucose challenge test.

44. Define normal labour. 67. Advantages of elective caesarian section.

45. Pre conceptional counseling. 68. Complications of induction of labour.

46. Incomplete abortion. 69. False labour pains.

47. Indications for induction of labour. 70. Causes of bad obstetrics history (BOH)

48. Advantages of vaccum. 71. Causes of lower abdominal pain during

49. Indications for classical caesarean section. pregnancy.

50. Secondary arrest of labour. 72. Tests for ovulation.

51. Causes of maternal mortality. 73. Indication for internal podalic version.

52. Hematological changes during pregnancy. 74. Asymptomatic bacteriuria.

53. Causes of mobile head at term. 75. Causes for renal failure in obstetrics.

54. Complications of VBAC.

55. Puerperal pyrexia.

56. Pathogenesis of preeclampsia.

57. Aetiology of hyperemesis.

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GYNAECOLOGY AND FAMILY CHAPTERS: 11-20


WELFARE ESSAY:
1. Describe the aetiology and diagnosis of a
CHAPTERS: 1-10 case of genital tuberculosis. Mention the
management (2)
2. How do you diagnose endometrial
ESSAY:
tuberculosis? Discuss the treatment of
1. Describe the lymphatic drainage of cervix
endometrial tuberculosis in a 28 years old
and etiology, clinical features and
patient
management of carcinoma cervix (8)
3. How will you evaluate the couple with
2. Define normal menstrual cycle and
infertility ?
discuss phases of normal menstrual cycle
4. Enumerate the causes of secondary
3. Explain menstrual cycle. Discuss
infertility. How do you manage the case of
management of metropathia
secondary infertility (2)
Haemorrhagica in a 40 years lady
5. Enumerate the cases of male and female
4. What are the causes of Post Menopausal
infertility. Discuss the tests for ovulation.
Bleeding? How you investigate the case?
Discuss the seminal analysis.
Mention the treatment of one cause. (7)
6. A young newly married couple wants
5. Mention specific causes of Leukorrhoea.
contraceptive advice. Describe briefly the
How do you confirm the diagnosis? Briefly
various methods which can be advised to
mention treatment of any one of them
them evaluating the advantages and
disadvantages
SHORT NOTES: 7. Mention the various methods of
1. supports of uterus (6) contraception. Discuss the advantages
2. Pubic diaphragm and disadvantages of oral contraceptives
3. Hyper prolactinaemia. 8. What are the different types of Hormonal
4. Anatomy of fallopian tube contraceptives. Discuss the advantages
5. Levator ani and disadvantages of Injectable
6. feedback mechanism contraceptives
7. lymphatic drainage of the cervix 9. Describe the clinical features, diagnosis
8. pelvic lymphatic drainage and treatment of choriocarcinoma.
9. Graffian follicle 10. discuss the differential diagnosis and
10. Ovulation management of acute Ectopic gestation
11. Induction of Ovulation (3)
12. luteal phase 11. Discuss the aetiology, clinical features and
13. Secretory phase of endometrium management of tubal pregnancy (3)
14. Menopausal symptoms
15. Functional and therapeutic uses of SHORT NOTES:
oestrogens 1. Pelvic abscess
16. Pap smear (7) 2. trichomoniasis
17. imperforate Hymen (2) 3. Candidial vaginitis (2)
18. Turner syndrome (6) 4. Monilial Vaginitis
19. Delayed menarche 5. Stress incontinence (2)
20. bartholin abscess (2) 6. Urinary symptoms associated with genital
21. Bartholins cyst prolapse
22. bacterial vaginosis (2) 7. Male infertility (2)

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8. Semen Analysis (6) 3. Describe pelvic floor and discuss etiology


9. Huhners post coital test of prolapse. How will you manage a lady
10. Post coital test of 55 years with third degree utero-
11. How do you investigate male infertility? vaginal prolapse? Mention the steps of
12. Tests for ovulation (3) surgery. (2)
13. Basal body temperature 4. Mention the types of fibroid. Discuss the
14. Emergency contraception various signs and symptoms of a fibroid
15. Barrier contraceptives uterus. How will you manage a 30 yr old
16. IUCD (9) infertile lady with fibroid uterus ?(4)
17. Multiload Cu-T 5. Describe the staging of malignant ovarian
18. Copper T 380 tumors. Discuss its clinical features and
19. Asherman's syndrome management ? (3)
20. complications of IUCDS (2) 6. Describe the complications of ovarian
21. complications of copper T insertion tumours. How would you diagnose and
22. What are the methods for first trimester manage a case of twisted ovarian cyst.
MTP? Write about menstrual regulation
23. oral contraception (2) SHORT NOTES:
24. non contraceptive benefits of hormonal 1. Cryptomenorrhoea (10)
contraceptives 2. Anorexia nervosa
25. contraindications for combined oral pill 3. Spasmodic dysmenorrhoea
26. oral contraceptive pills 4. Dysmenorrhoea
27. low dose pills for contraception 5. What is break through bleeding? How do
28. Subdermal implant - nor plant you manage?
29. Postcoital Contraception 6. Congestive dysmenorrhoea
30. Emergency contraception (2) 7. Metrorrhagia
31. Minilap Technique (4) 8. Myomectomy (2)
32. tubal patency test (4) 9. Fractional curettage (4)
33. Menstrual regulation (3) 10. Premenstrual syndrome
34. methods available for MTP in less than 6 11. Management of puberty menorrhagia
weeks of pregnancy 12. Metropathia haemorrhagica (4)
35. contribution of Sims to Gynaecology 13. Cystoglandular hyperplasia (2)
36. Classification of gestational trophoblastic 14. Estrogen replacement therapy
disease (2) :advantages, indications & contra
37. Decidual cast indications(2)
38. Atonic post partum haemorrhage (6) 15. Erosion Cervix (2)
16. Treatment of chronic cervicitis
CHAPTERS: 21-30 17. Laser in Gynecology
18. Procidentia
ESSAY: 19. Pessary treatment of prolapse
1. Discuss the differential diagnosis of 20. Differential diagnosis of mass per vagina
menorrhagia in a 35 year old woman. 21. Nulliparous prolapse (3)
Describe hormonal treatment in 22. Submucous fibroid (2)
dysfunctional uterine bleeding (4) 23. Fibroid polyp
2. What are the degree of genital prolapse. 24. Red degeneration of fibroid (6)
Treatment of procidentia in a 80 years old 25. Degeneration of fibroid uterus
lady. 26. Complications of Fibroid Uterus (4)
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28. Haematometra 4. Describe etiology, clinical features and


29. Adenomyosis (5) management of acute salpingitis.
30. Differential diagnosis of fibroid polyp 5. What are the causes of mass descending
31. Complications of hysterectomy per vaginum in a 30 year old nulliparous
32. Germ cell tumors of ovary woman? How do you manage third
33. Dermoid cyst of ovary (3) degree uterovaginal prolapse in such a
34. Solid teratoma of ovary patient?
35. Dermoid cyst (2) 6. Discuss differential diagnosis and
36. Dysgerminoma (6) investigations of a midline mass of 20
37. Dysgerminoma of ovary (4) weeks size in a 40 year old woman. How
38. cystic tumors of ovary - DD do you manage a case of fibroid uterus of
39. Granulosa cell tumour of ovary (2) 20 weeks size in a multiparous woman?
40. Complications of ovarian tumors 7. Discuss the diagnosis, management and
41. Meig's syndrome complications of accidental Haemorrhage
42. Twisted ovarian cyst (2) 8. Describe the signs, symptoms and
43. Functional cysts of ovary treatment of endometriosis (5)
44. Classification of CIN and its management 9. How do you investigate a case of female
(2) sterility, enumerate causes (4)
45. Carcinoma in situ 10. How will you diagnose ovulatory causes
46. Complicationsof 1st trimester medical for infertility? Discuss the management of
termination of pregnancy anovulatory infertility.
47. Early detection of cancer cervix 11. Discuss the mechanism of action and
48. Symptoms and signs of carcinoma cervix complications IUCD. (2)
49. Stages of Carcinoma Cervix (2) 12. Discuss the pathology,clinical features and
50. Screening of carcinoma cervix (3) management of Endometrial carcinoma
51. D& C (2)
52. Tumor Markers (2)
53. Arrhenoblastoma SHORT NOTES:
54. Laparoscopic sterilization. 1. chronic pelvic inflammatory disease
55. complications of tubal ligation causes and management
56. 2. Aetiology of pelvic inflammatory disease
3. Hydrosalpinx (2)
4. Differential diagnosis of pelvic
CHAPTERS: 31-40
inflammatory disease
5. Definition and management of pelvic
ESSAY: inflammatory disease
6. chocolate cyst (7)
1. Discuss aetiopathogenesis of Pelvic 7. Galactorrhoea
inflammatory diseases. How do you 8. Indications for hysteroscopy
manage chronic pelvic tuberculosis (2) 9. Hysteroscopy (2)
2. What are the causes of chronic pelvic 10. Colposcopy
pain? Describe the clinical features and 11. Hysterosalphingogram (2)
diagnosis of pelvic endometriosis
3. Define endometriosis. Write diagnosis
and management of a case of
endometriosis in a 35 year old lady with
one child (3)

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22. Femshield.
SHORT ANSWERS:
1. CA125 23. Post coital contraception.

2. What are estrogen free pills 24. Spasmodic dysmenorrhoea.

3. What is cryptomenorrhoea 25. Metropathia haemorhagica.

4. Toxic shock syndrome 26. Pyometra.

5. Causes for retention of urine 27. Lefortis repair for UV prolapse.

6. Uterine artery 28. Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.

7. Clue cells 29. Corpus luteum.

8. Sono salpingography 30. Chronic cervicitis.

9. Organisms which cause pelvic 31. D/D for acute salphingitis.

inflammatory disease 32. Causes for retention of urine in:

10. Causes of dyspareunia (2) a) Reproductive women. b) Pubertal age.

11. Classification of uterovaginal prolapse. 33. Management of post pill amenorrhoea.

12. Classification of congestive 34. Benefits of combined pills contraceptives.


dysmenorrhoea mention 2 causes.
35. Mode of death in carcinoma cervix.
13. Indication for endometrial Biopsy.
36. Causes of pyometra.
14. Contraindication for IUCD use.(2)
37. Etiology of endometriosis.
15. Causes of acute retention of urine.
38. D/D for post menopausal bleeding.
16. Mention ligamental supports of uterus.
39. Lymphatic drainage of vulva.
17. Prerequisites for myomectomy.
40. Emergency contraception
18. Diagnosis of genitourinary FISTULA.
41. Clinical significance of pouch of Douglas.
19. Causes of primary amenorrhoea.
42. Hystero Salphingogram findings in genital
20. Complications of vaginal hysterectomy tuberculosis.

21. Bartholinitis (2) 43. Indications of Per-Rectal examination (PR)


in Gynaecology.

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44. Diagnosis of Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome 64. Unusual forms of leiomyomatosis.
(PCOD).
65. Decubitus ulcer.
45. Gynaecological causes for low back ache.
66. Triphasic pills.
46. Laboratory tests for HIV.
67. Mcindoe operation.
47. Diagnostic laparoscopic complications.
68. Clinical features of carcinoma cervix.
48. Medical management of endometriosis.
69. Complications of ovarian cyst.
49. Pseudomyxoma Peritoneii causes and
70. CEA
prevention.
71. Proliferative phase.
50. List the hormone producing ovarian

tumours.

51. Menorrhagia

52. Follow up of Molar Pregnancy (Post

Evacuation) (2)

53. Trichomonas Vaginitis

54. Post coital Test

55. Cervical Erosion

56. Fractional curettage

57. Hormone Replacement Therapy

58. Laparoscopic Sterilisation

59. Pelvic Abscess

60. Indications for expectant management of

unruptured ectopic pregnancy.

61. Ovarian remnant syndrome.

62. Medical management of endometriosis.

63. Today.

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12. Pica in children


13. causes and management of enuresis in
PAEDIATRICS children
14. Breath holding spell (4)
CHAPTERS 1-6 15. Temper tantrums (2)
16. Autistic disorder.
ESSAY: 17. psychological problems of adolescent
1. Enumerate the factors affecting the
18. Kernicterus
growth and development in the postnatal
19. Acidosis
period. Discuss the growth and 20. Hypokalemia in children and its
development of a one year old child management.
2. Describe the growth and development of
21. Marasmus (3)
a child upto 2 years of age
22. Differences between Kwashiorkar and
3. Define dwarfism. DD Dwarfism in a 12
marasmus(2).
year old female child
23. Grading of Marasmus
4. Describe the growth chart, uses of growth
24. SAM
chart, in paediatric clinic and causes of
25. signs, Symptoms and management of
growth failure
Vit.A deficiency in children
5. "Define failure to thrive in children. List
26. Treatment schedule of Xerophthalmia
the investigations for a six month old baby
27. Vitamin A prophylaxis (2)
with failure to thrive. Indicate how to
28. Xerosis
treat a nine month old baby with failure
29. Clinical features of nutritional rickets
to thrive due to faulty feeding technique"
30. Nutritional rickets
6. PEM (2) 31. Non nutritional rickets
7. Classify PEM, Outline the clinical features, 32. X-ray findings of Active Rickets
investigations and management of a four
33. Zinc deficiency in children.
year old child weighing seven kilo grams
34. Clinical features of zinc deficiency
with Marasmus
35. Cretin(4)
8. Enumerate the clinical features of
36. Dental caries
Kwashiorkor. Outline the management of
37. Temporary dentition
a one year old child with severe
malnutrition
9. Nutritional Rickets
7. NEW BORN INFANTS
ESSAY:
SHORT NOTES: 1. "Define Preterm. Enumerate the causes of
Preterm. What are the principles in the
1. What are the factors influence growth
management of preterm baby?"
and development?
2. Define and mention causes of
2. Growth chart
prematurity. Write about hazards of
3. Radiological assessment of age
premature baby. Mention care given to a
4. Mid arm circumference
preterm baby of weight 1.6 kg.
5. Road to health charts
3. Write an essay on etiology, complications
6. short stature
and management of preterm baby
7. DD for Short stature
4. What are the causes of Sepsis in newborn
8. Importance of milestone in paediatric
period? Discuss the management and
practice
prevention of sepsis in newborn.
9. Milestones of development
5. Describe the etiology, pathophysiology
10. Learning disability
and management of MAS
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6. Day one Jaundice in New born indicate the investigations for a child with
7. Jaundice in New born prolonged fever more than two weeks.
8. Define jaundice. What are the common Discuss the specific treatment for six year
causes of Neonatal jaundice? How do you old Child with falciparum malaria"
investigate and treat a Neonate of 20 days 3. Mention the common exanthamatous
with conjugate hyper Bilirubinemia? fevers that you came across in paediatric
9. What are the causes of jaundice in the age group. Discuss clinical features,
newborn Period? How do you investigate diagnosis, management and prevention of
and manage a case of Rh-incompatibility? measles
SHORT NOTES: 4. How does primary tuberculosis differ
1. Hypothermia of new born. from adult tuberculosis
2. Non Shivering Thermogenesis. 5. Primary complex in children
3. Infantile spasms 6. What is primary complex? Discuss natural
course of primary complex. How will you
4. Kangaroo mother care
investigate and manage a child with
5. causes of lactation failure
primary complex?
6. Exclusive breast feeding
7. Describe the clinical features,
7. importance of breast feeding complications and management of
8. Breast feeding advantages Tetanus
9. Steps for successful breast feeding 8. Discuss the clinical features , diagnosis
10. Reflexes involved in breastfeeding. and management of acute diarrhoea in a
11. Colostrum child of 2 years
12. Weaning (4) 9. Cerebral Malaria
13. Antenatal Diagnosis 10. "2 years old female child weighing 8.2 kgs
14. Toxicity of antimalarial drugs brought to the Health centre with the
15. Aetiology of neonatal sepsis. complaints of vomiting and diarrhoea.
16. Septicemia in newborn How will you approach the child. Write
17. Umbilical Sepsis the management in detail"
18. Complications of umbilical cord sepsis 11. What is diarrhoea? Discuss the
19. Birth asphyxia etiopathogenesis, complications,
investigations and management of acute
20. Anoxic spells.
watery diarrhea with severe dehydration
21. Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy
22. First day jaundice in the newborn
SHORT NOTES:
1. Immunization schedule
23. Phototherapy
2. Newer vaccines (3)
24. Management of hyperbilirubinemia in
3. Adolescent vaccines
newborn
4. Adverse events following Immunization
25. Neonatal jaundice 5. National immunisation Schedule
26. Congenital diaphragmatic hernia 6. Universal immunisation programme
7. Herd immunity
CHAPTERS : 8-10 8. The cold Chain
ESSAY: 9. oral polio vaccine (2)
1. What are the causes of jaundice in the 10. hepatitis B vaccination
newborn Period? How do you investigate 11. Varicella vaccine
and manage a case of Rh-incompatibility? 12. Pneumococcal vaccine.
2. "List the common causes of pyrexia of 13. Complication of measles (4)
unknown origin in children. Briefly 14. Difference between measles and German
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15. Measles vaccination (2) 4. Describe the etiology pathophysiology,


16. Eradication of Poliomyelitis clinical features and management of
17. AFP congestive cardiac failure in children (2)
18. MMR vaccine (3) 5. Acute Rheumatic fever
19. Acute flaccid paralysis surveillance 6. How would you treat a case of actue
20. WHO grading of DHF rheumatic fever with carditis? Discuss the
21. AIDS in Paediatrics prognosis of such a case
22. Investigation of HIV in a child of 90 days 7. Define Acute Rheumatic fever. Mention
23. Paediatric AIDS Etiopathogenesis, clinical features and
24. Immunisation of infant born to HIV +ve management of Rheumatic carditis
mother 8. Rheumatic mitral stenosis
25. Pediatric HIV infection. SHORT NOTES:
26. Prevention of Paediatric AIDS 1. Haemorrhagic disease of new born
27. Primary complex 2. Difference between Iron deficiency
28. Fate of Primary complex anaemia and haemolytic anaemia
29. 1 year old baby with +ve Mantoux 3. Peripheral smear in thalassemia
30. Mantoux Test (2) 4. Thalassemia Major
31. Tuberculin skin test. 5. Indications for bone marrow examination
32. Difference between diphtheria and in children
follicular tonsillitis 6. Platelet Transfusion
33. Neonatal tetanus 7. Acute idiopathic thrombocytopenia
34. Cerebral malaria purpura
35. National Malaria eradication programme 8. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
36. Common helminthic infection of 9. DD for Child with epistaxis
childhood 10. DD of Cervical lymphadenitis
37. Black water fever 11. Management of status asthmaticus
38. Ascariasis (2) 12. Status Asthmaticus
39. Acute Diarrhoeal disease in 1 year old 13. Pneumonia
child 14. Whooping cough
40. Oral Rehydration therapy (3) 15. Atypical pneumonia in children.
41. Causes of acute liver cell failure in 16. Acute Bronchiolitis
children 17. Treatment of acute bronchiolitis.
42. Wilson's disease 18. Signs, symptoms and management of
43. Umbilical Hernia Idiopathic respiratory distress syndrome
CHAPTERS : 11-14 in a new born
ESSAY: 19. Components of kartagenar's syndrome
1. Discuss the causes and clinical features of 20. Management of congestive cardiac
anemias of infancy. Briefly discuss the failure.
management of Thalassemia Major 21. Acute Rheumatic Carditis
2. What are the stages of Red Blood 22. Acute Rheumatic fever
corpuscles? Clinical features and 23. Rheumatic fever (2)
management of nutritional anemia in a 24. Rheumatic fever prophylaxis.
child 25. Infective endocarditis prophylaxis
3. What are the common causes of Acute 26. Jugular venous pulse
Bronchiolitis? How do you investigate and 27. Fallots Tetrology (3)
manage a child of 9 months with severe 28. Eisenmegers syndrome
distress? 29. Cyanotic spells (6)

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CHAPTERS : 15-18 management of hydrocephalus in a new


ESSAY: born baby (2)
1. Describe the etiology, clinical 14. Discuss the etiology, clinical features and
manifestation and management of acute differential diagnosis of the common
glomerulonephritis in children causes of acute flaccid paralysis in
2. A four year old child has been brought to children. Outline the management of an
the hospital with swollen face and limbs. on of the conditions
Enumerate the causes. What 15. A 8-month old infant is brought with
investigations are to be done? Discuss the history of weakness of right lower limb
management of Nephrotic Syndrome with fever of 5 days. Discuss the
3. Mention differential diagnosis in a 4 years diagnosis, complications and
child with gross haematuria. Define and management
classify Acute Glomerulonephritis. Write 16. Define Cerebral Palsy. Discuss the
clinical features and management of etiopathogenesis, types, management
Acute Post streptococcal and differential diagnosis of cerebral
Glomerulonephritis. palsy
4. Describe the clinical features, 17. Discuss the clinical manifestations,
complications and management of diagnosis and management of Acute
nephrotic syndrome (4) Leukaemias of childhood
5. What are the causes of proportionate SHORTS ANSWERS:
dwarfism. Describe the features of 1. Urine examination
endemic goitre, investigations and 2. Minimal change nephrotic syndrome
treatment for the same. 3. Urine examination in Nephritis and
6. "Classify congenital heart diseases. Nephrotic syndrome
Discuss the Hemodynamics assessment of 4. Nephrotic syndrome (4)
severity, its course and complications of 5. Posterior urethral valves
ventricular septal defect." 6. Hormonal influence on growth.
7. What are the common causes of 7. congenital Hypothyroidism
convulsion in an one year old febrile 8. Hypothyroidism
infant? Outline the management . 9. Cushings Syndrome
8. Define seizure? What are the common 10. Five stages of Sexual maturity Rating in
causes of Neonatal seizures? How will you Girls
investigate and treat a Neonate of 10 days 11. Infant of diabetic mother
old with seizures? 12. causes of convulsions in newborn period
9. Describe the etiology, investigation and 13. Febrile seizures (3)
management of New born presenting 14. status epilepticus (2)
with seizures. 15. Management of febrile fits.
10. A nine month old infant comes to the 16. Difference between febrile convulsion
hospital with fever and altered sensorium. and convulsion due to meningitis
List out the causes. How will you 17. CSF findings in TB meningitis (2)
investigate the case? Discuss the 18. Diagnosis of tuberculous meningitis.
management of Acute Bacterial 19. Management of pyogenic meningitis in a
Meningitis 1 year old infant
11. TB meningitis in children(2) 20. Pyogenic meningitis
12. Acute meningitis in infants 21. Reye's Syndrome (2)
13. Describe briefly CSF circulation. Discuss 22. Pseudotumor Cerebri.
the etiology, clinical features and 23. Duchenne muscular dystrophy
24. Common Metabolic Neuropathies.

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8. Triple test in newborn screening


CHAPTERS : 19-30
9. USG findings of downs syndrome
ESSAY:
anteinatally
1. Discuss the clinical manifestations,
diagnosis and management of Acute
10. Erythema toxicum
Leukaemias of childhood
11. Four Essential Feature of Kwashiorkar.
SHORT NOTES:
1. Management of ALL 12. Four Minor Physiological problems in
2. Complications of Otitis media. neonate.
3. Down's syndrome (4)
4. Genetic Counselling (2) 13. Four common causes of persistent
5. Scabies in children (3) diarrhea.
6. Kerosene Poisoning (3)
7. Treatment of salicylate intoxication 14. Four common Skin problems in
8. Scorpion sting Paediatrics.
9. Snake envenomation
10. Steps in treatment in OPC Poisoning 15. Four factors that can lessen breast Milk
11. Birth injuries production.
12. Infant Mortality Rate (2)
13. Five basic rights of child
16. Four newer Vaccines.
14. cephalosporins
15. Phenobarbitone in Pediatric Practice.
17. Four clinical features of Acute
16. Adverse effects of TV viewing in children
Glomerulonephritis.
17. Baby friendly Hospital initiative (2)
18. Dental caries
18. Four clinical features of Hypothyroidisim.
19. ICDS
20. RCH Programme (4)
19. Four complications of Diphtheria.
21. Acute respiratory tract infection control
programme.
20. Oral rehydration therapy corner.

SHORT ANSWERS: 21. Peripheral smear in iron deficiency


anemia.
1. Vitamin A prophylaxis (2)
22. Stepwise management of bronchial
2. Pseudotumor cerebri causes asthma.

3. Components of primary complex 23. Indications for intravenous


immunoglobulins in children.
4. Shake test
24. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
5. Causes of preventable mental retardation
(2) 25. Differences between cyanotic spell and
breath holding spell.
6. Four complications of measles
26. Features of viper envenomation.
7. Treatment of pertussis

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27. Causes of respiratory distress in new


born. 49. Definition of Nephrotic Syndrome

28. Differences between physiological and 50. Common organisms causing meningitis
pathological jaundice in newborn.
51. Types of VSD
29. Caput succedaneum
52. Etiology of Cirrhosis
30. Neonatal screening for hypothyroidism.
53. Use of Ivermectin
31. Principles of Phototherapy.
54. ECG changes in hypokalemia.
32. Treatment of Nutritional Rickets.
55. Features of nutritional recovery
33. Umbilical cord care. syndrome.

34. Peripheral blood picture in Thalassemia 56. Clinical features of zinc deficiency.
major.
57. Reasons for poor chest raise during bag
35. Treatment of Streptococcal Pharyngitis. and mask ventilation.

36. Four common causes of fever with rash. 58. Human Papilloma Virus vaccine.

37. What are the four types of shock? 59. Indirect markers of neonatal sepsis.

38. What are the two key signs of 60. Name antiretroviral therapy drugs used in
dehydration?
HIV positive pregnant women.
39. Hypoglycemia
61. Vascular causes for bleeding.
40. LGA
62. In full term newborn babies the
41. Caput ossification centers present are ..

42. Vit K in newborn 63. Amylase rich food.

43. Kangaroo care (2) 64. Danger signs in young infant.

44. BFHI 65. Steroid toxicity.

45. Newer vaccines 66. Important causes of Haematuria.

46. Vitamin A 67. Vitamin A prophylaxis.

47. Diagnosis of Leptospirosis 68. Causes of acquired hydrocephalus

48. Contraindication to Bag & Mask


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