1591. Field defect characteristic of hysteria is ________

A. Corkscrew constriction
B. Central scotoma
C. Tubular Vision *
D. Hemianopia.

1592. Haemodialysis is useful in poisoning with all except ________.

A. Methanol
B. Barbiturate
C. Salicylate
D. Diazepam *

1593. Opening snap in mitral area corresponds to ________.

A. ‘X’ descent in JVP
B. ‘A’ wave in JVP
C. Dicrotic notch in carotid pulse *
D. ‘C’ point of apex cardiogram

1594. Earliest evidence of clubbing is _________.

A. Increased AP diameter
B. Floctuation *
C. Shinniness
D. Increase transverse diameter

1595. Cardiac tamponade is characterized by all except_______.

A. Irregular pulse *
B. Hypotension
C. Reduced Pulse pressure
D. Pulsus paradoxus

1596. Meteorism is seen in _______.

A. Hypokalemia
B. Uraemia
C. Septicemia
D. All of the above *

1597. Phenyketonuria is diagnosed by which urine test______.

A. Guthrie test *
B. Blot test
C. FeCl3
D. Sodium nitroprusside

1598. Treatment of idopathic neonatal thrombocytopenia is_____.

A. Immunoglobulin
B. Platelet transfusion
C. Pulsed methyl prednisolone *
D. Dexamethasone.

1599. ABPA complicates__________.

A. Bronchial asthma *
B. TB cavity
C. Bronchiectasis
D. Pneumoconiosis.

1600. All are true of cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis except_______.

A. Increased lung compliance
B. Extra pulmonary osteoarthopathies.
C. Restrictive defect
D. Tachypnoea *