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11. Beta 2 agonist causes_______________?
B. Contraction of urinary spinctors
D. Bronchial muscle relaxation
12. The metabolic effects of sympathomimetics are mediated by__________________?
A. All beta-adrenergic receptors
B. Dopaminergic receptors
C. Beta 2 receptors
D. Opioid receptors
13. Which of the following group of drugs are a neuromuscular blocking agents_______________?
A. choline, adrenaline and amphetamine
B. Glycinium neostigamine and physostigamine
C. Pancuronium, rocuronium
D. Pirenzipine, propanolol and propantheline
14. All of the following drugs are non depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agents except_______________?
B. Gallamine triethiodide
C. Pancuronium bromide
15. The intramuscular administration of 0.6 mg of atropine sulphate to a 50 – kg adult may produce all of the following effects except_____________?
B. Decreased Salivation
C. Decreased Sweating
16. All of the following statements are true regarding cervicofacial actinomycosis, EXCEPT_____________?
A. 110-20% of actinomycosis cases occur in cervicofacial region
B. The discharging pus contains visible sulphur granules
C. Cultures on blood agar often produce a typical molar tooth morphology
D. There is usually history of trauma such as tooth extraction or a blow to the jaw
17. Mural thrombi are thrombi in______________?
A. Heart chamber
B. Valve cusp
18. Heterozygous sickle cell anaemia gives protection against______________?
D. Dengue fever
19. The correct nomenclature for Down’s syndrome with translocation of chromosome 14 to chromosome 21 is depicted as______________?
A. 47 X &, (+2)
B. 47 X Y, -14 t(14;21)
C. 46 X Y, -14 t(14;21)
D. 47 X Y, t(14;21)
20. T-Helper cells (TH2) initiates which type of immunity_______________?
A. Induces cell mediated immunity
B. Induces Humoral immunity
C. Induces immunity by activation of cytoxic T-cells
D. None of the above