UPSC Recruitment Paper 2017 : Medical Officer - (Homoeopathy)


UPSC Recruitment Paper 2017 : Medical Officer - (Homoeopathy)

1.Pernicious anaemia is:
(a) Microcytic normochromic
(b) Microcytic hypochromic
(c) Macrocytic normochromic
(d) Macrocytic hypochromic

2.Blackwater fever is a complication of infection with:
(a) Plasmodium vivax
(b) Plasmodium falciparum
(c) Plamodium malaraia
(d) All of these

3.Which one of the following is correct in respect of Raynaud’s disease?
(a) Women are affected five times more often than men
(b) Fingers are involved more frequently than toes
(c) Most patients experience only mild or infrequent episodes
(d) Results of physical examination are often entirely normal

4.The clinical variety of psoriasis which is most common in children and young adults is:
(a) Palmoplentar psoriasis
(b) Plaque-type psoriasis
(c) Guttate psoriasis
(d) Pustular psoriasis

5.Aschoff’s nodules are seen in:
(a) Subacute bacterial endocarditis
(b) Libman sacks endocarditis
(c) Rheumatic carditis
(d) Non-bacterial endocarditis

6.All are the risk factors for deep vein thrombosis EXCEPT:
(a) Malignancy
(b) Pregnancy and postpartum
(c) Age less than 60 years
(d) High dose oestrogen oral contraceptive pill

7.A patient presents with arthritis, hyperpigmentation and hypogonadism. The likely diagnosis is:
(a) Haemochromatosis
(b) Tumor lung
(c) Wilson’s disease
(d) Rheumatoid arthritis

8.Hypoglycaemia is a recognised feature of all EXCEPT:
(a) Uremia
(b) Acromegaly
(c) Addisons disease
(d) Hepatocellular failure

9.Which one of the following is NOT a feature of multiple myeloma?
(a) Hypercalcemia
(b) Hyperviscosity
(c) Anaemia
(d) Elevated alkaline phosphatase

10.Epstein Barr (EB) virus has been implicated in the following malignancies EXCEPT:
(a) Hodgkin’s disease
(b) Non Hodgkins lymphoma
(c) Nasopharyngeal carcinoma
(d) Multiple myeloma

11.The diagnostic test with best sensitivity and specificity to diagnose chronic pancreatitis is:
(a) Abdominal CT scan
(b) Abdominal radiograph
(c) Abdominal ultrasound
(d) Secretion test

12.Radiographic ‘string sign’ is a feature of:
(a) Diverticular disease
(b) Ulcerative colitis
(c) Crohn’s disease
(d) Acute Intestinal obstruction

13.A booming ‘pistol-shot’ sound heard over the formal arteries is found in:
(a) Mitral stenosis
(b) Mitral regurgitation
(c) Aortic regurgitation
(d) Aortic stenosis

14.Detection of which autoantibody is considered as the best screening test for SLE?
(a) Anti-dsDNA
(b) Anti-Ro
(c) Antinuclear antibody
(d) Anti-RNP

15.All are radiographic features of Osteoarthritis EXCEPT:
(a) Narrowed joint space
(b) Osteophytes
(c) Subchondral bone sclerosis
(d) Subchondral bone osteopenia

16.The hallmark of proliferative diabetic retinopathy is:
(a) Microaneurysms
(b) Haemorrhage
(c) Cotton-wool spots
(d) Neovascularisation

17.In cholinergic urticaria the pruritic wheals develop after exposure to:
(a) Hot bath
(b) Cold bath
(c) Pressure
(d) Wheat protein

18.The ‘tram tracks’ sign on X ray is found in patients of:
(a) Bronchial asthma
(b) Bronchiectasis
(c) Chronic bronchitis
(d) Silicosis

19.Neurologic symptoms produced by an elevation of the body’s core temperature are featuresof:
(a) Systemic sclerosis
(b) Multiple sclerosis
(c) Systematic lupus erythematosus
(d) Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

20.Pel-Ebstein fever is seen in:
(a) Burkitt’s lymphoma
(b) Mantle cell lymphoma
(c) Hodgkin’s lymphoma
(d) Follicular lymphoma

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