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A Between prostate and rectum B Between rectum and sacral wall C Between rectal ampulla and perineal body D Between rectum and urinary bladder A Brachial cyst C Brachial pouch Which is not a type of epiphysis? A Trigeminal nerve B Posterior rami of C2.

A Protodiastole C Ventricular phase of diastole Serotonin secreting cell in brain is? A Raphe nucleus C Magnan cells True about thymus gland is? A B cells C Plasma cells Androgen binding protein is secreted by?

A Sertoli cell C Supporting cells Meileu interior means? A Heart rate decreases. A Pylorus has more acid secreting cells B Lots of goblet cells are present in mucous lining C Chief cells secrete pepsinogen D Parietal cells secrete intrinsic factor Which of the following has highest pH?

Histolytica is? December Paper 7 45 Which hormone synthesized from Tyrosine? A Fructose 1. Vivax B P. Falciparum C P. A Staphylococcus aureus B E. Ovale D P. Malariae Most common cause of dysentery in adults is? December Paper 9 69 Which of the following parasite can enters through intact skin? A Acantamoeba C Meningococcus Most common cause of pyomyositis is?

Coli 74 75 76 77 Innate immunity is stimulated by which part of bacteria? December Paper 11 93 Most common cause of hereditary spherocytosis? A Paclitaxel C Etoposide Atropine is most sensitive to?

A It causes less arrhythmia B It causes less renal vasodilatation C It causes less coronary vasoconstriction D All the above Long acting insulin is? A Insulin glargine C Insulin aspart Pseudolymphoma is caused by? A Olendralone C Stanozolol Fastest acting antithyroid drug is? Coracoid process of scapula. Head of metacarpal. C Brachial pouch REF: C Friction REF: D External oblique REF: Borders of Epiploic foramen: It has the following borders: A Epididymis REF: Structures piercing clavipectoral fascia: D 4th part of Duodenum REF: BDC 4TH ed vol-2 page Repeat from December Sperms are formed in seminiferous tubules and stored in epididymis till ejaculation.

A Medial pectoral nerve REF: Gastrosplenic ligament and Splenorenal ligament. This has two layers and within these layers are the common bile duct. Pediatric and adolescent gynecology by Marc R. Blueprints Obstetrics and Gynecology by Tamara L. Toward the apex of the gland. A Urogenital sinus REF: Caughey Page Aaron B. Middle rectal 4. Textbook of human histology 4th e p. December Paper 37 Puboprostatic ligaments also blend with this area.

Internal pudendal 8. Testicular or ovarian arteries. Iliolumbar 2. Obturator 3. A Between prostate and rectum REF: BDC 4th edition vo. Superior mesenteric artery 3. Inferior gluteal 7. Extends from rectum behind to the seminal vesicles and prostate in front. Middle suprarenal artery 3. Renal arteries 4.

Two lateral sacral 3. Vaginal artery in females 6. Superior vesical 2. Fascia of waldeyer: Attaches lower part of rectal ampulla to sacrum. Chapter 7. Inferior vesical in males 5. B Internal iliac artery REF: Inferior phrenic artery 2. D Pinna REF: Basic histology. Lumbar arteries — 4 pairs. Celiac trunk 2.

It passes up from the neck. A Paramesonephric duct REF: A Cochlear aqueduct REF: Dhingra 4th edition page 10 Indirect repeat from December Cochlear aqueduct: Pelvic peritoneum.

Lateral ligament of rectum 5. Endolymphatic sac is surgically important. It runs parallel to cochlear aqueduct. Claw hand 2. Site of injury: Its terminal part is dilated to form endolymphatic sac which lies between the two layers of dura on the posterior surface of the petrous bone. December Paper 39 Endolymphatic sac: Endolymphatic duct is formed by the union of two ducts. Normally it gets obliterated.

It can be the source of congenital CSF otorrhoea or meningitis from middle ear infections. It passes through the vestibular aqueduct. Trophic changes 5. Vasomotor changes 4. Unlike in the cranium. Pelvic Splanchnic Control: The pelvic splanchnic nerves.

Because of its location. The parasympathetic nerves that arise from the S2. Its action is described as being complementary to that of one of the other main branches of the ANS. A Prophase REF: A useful acronym to summarize the functions of the parasympathetic nervous system is SLUDG salivation.

The ANS is responsible for regulation of internal organs and glands. The preganglionic neurons in the neurons do not synapse in named ganglion as in the cranium but rather in the walls of the tissues or organs that they innervate. If one were to fully extend the thumb. B Distal border of extended thumb REF: Somnolence Decompression sickness Pain.

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Impaired performance High-pressure nervous syndrome Tremors. During the middle trimester of gestation. They are located in several small chemoreceptor organs about 2 millimeters in size two carotid bodies. Convulsions Nitrogen narcosis Euphoria. C Ventricular phase of diastole. Carotid bodies and aortic bodies detect changes primarily in oxygen. They also sense increases in CO2 partial pressure and decreases in arterial pH. B Liver REF: In the early weeks of embryonic life.

A Oxygen and nitrogen REF: Oxygen toxicity Lung damage.

Chapter 9. Guyton and Hall 11th edition page December Paper 43 REF: Color atlas of physiology 6th edition by Stefan Silbernagl. The thymus is composed of two identical lobes and is located anatomically in the anterior superior mediastinum.

A Raphe nucleus REF: By the early teens. The thymus reaches maximum weight 20 to 37 grams by the time of puberty. These concentric corpuscles are composed of a central mass. In the medullary portion. C Sertoli cells 27 REF: D Leptin REF: Talwar and I. The cortical portion is mainly composed of lymphoid cells.

A Sertoli cell REF: Textbook of biochemistry by G. The cortex is the location of the earliest events in thymocyte development. Vasudevan Biochemistry page OXA stimulates glucose uptake in 3T3-L1 adipocytes and that increased energy uptake is stored as lipids triacylglycerol.

OX1 and OX2. Basic and Bedside Electrocardiography by Romulo F. B Heart rate and peripheral resistance decreases REF: The recent research shows that amyloid beta expression rises during the day and falls during the night. OXA thus increases lipogenesis. B Sexual behaviour REF: A Ventromedial nucleus REF: It is the bifurcation where carotid sinus is located.

In the case of a nerve or single muscle cell. B Rheobase REF: D cells somatostatin. These cells synthesize a number of biogenic amines and polypeptides important in the control of motility and glandular secretion.

In contrast. Contain zymogens. Cardiac glands: Mucus-secreting cells predominate and parietal and chief cells. Principal glands: A Intracellular REF: Pyloric glands: Pyloric glands are mostly populated with mucus-secreting cells. They can be divided into three groups-the cardiac. In the stomach they include cells designated as G cells secreting gastrin. B Pancreatic juice REF: If a transverse section through the A band is examined under the electron microscope.

A H band REF: B Lysine REF: Vasudevan biochemistry page B Secondary active transport REF: Harper 27th ed p. A Albumin REF: Human biochemistry and disease by Gerald LitwackPage D Peroxisomes REF: Harper 27th ed page — Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry 4th edition page In humans. The diameter of chylomicrons ranges from about to nm. C Thyroxin REF: The surface is a layer of phospholipids. C Molybdenum REF: Text book of biochemistry by G.

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The second. Apo C Core: C-II act as signals in the uptake and metabolism of chylomicron contents. Several Apo B apolipoproteins that protrude from the surface B P talwar and LM srivastava page — This is an unusual role for this cofactor. C Helicase REF: D Pyridoxal phosphate REF: Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry 4th edition page Pyridoxal phosphate is an essential cofactor in the glycogen phosphorylase reaction. Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry 4th edition page Sulphur conatining amino acids are methionine.

A Autosomal dominant. Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry 4th edition page , http: Consequently, cholesterol is not cleared from the blood; it accumulates and contributes to the formation of atherosclerotic plaques.

Familial hypercholesterolemia is a genetic disorder caused by a defect on chromosome The condition is typically passed down through families in an autosomal dominant manner. B Fructose 2, 6 bisphosphate. Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry 4th edition page In the second of the two priming reactions of glycolysis, phosphofructokinase-1 PFK-1 catalyzes the transfer of a phosphoryl group from ATP to fructose 6-phosphate to yield fructose 1, 6 bisphosphate: In some organisms, fructose 2, 6-bisphosphate not to be confused with the PFK-1 reaction product, fructose 1, 6- bisphosphate is a potent allosteric activator of PFK C Taq polymerase.

Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry 4th edition page PCR uses a heat-stable DNA polymerase, such as the Taq polymerase derived from a bacterium that lives at 90 oC , which remains active after every heating step and does not have to be replenished. Rickettsia and Orientia. Manual of Clinical Microbiology, 9th Edition. ASM Press: Washington, DC. For example, N. Other features:. D Escherichia coli. Anantnarayan 8th ed various chapters, Jawetz 24th edition Chapter Although K strain of E.

K antigens are external to O antigens on some but not all Enterobacteriaceae. Some are polysaccharides, including the K antigens of E. A common mnemonic used to remember some encapsulated pathogens is: C Clostridium botulinum. Food-borne botulism is caused by consumption of foods contaminated with botulinum toxin, which is a metabolic waste produced under anaerobic condition by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.

Most botulism cases are sporadic; outbreaks are typically small, involving two or three cases. Worldwide, the highest incidence rate is reported from the Republic of Georgia and Armenia in the southern Caucasus region, where illness is associated with risky home-canning practices.

Staphylococcus aureus. B Salmonella REF: D Pseudomonas REF: Obligate aerobe Obligate anaerobe Facultative anaerobe Microaerophile Require oxygen and will not grow under anaerobic conditions ie. Pseudomonas Community acquired atypical pneumonia: Mycoplasma pneumonea. Park 18th ed Page Moraxella catarrhalis. C Chlamydia REF: Streptococcus pneumonia. Enterobacteriacea E. Cells often oval. Fewer than P falciparum Malignant Tertian Malaria Not enlarged. Parasitology Chapter May exceed Paniker various chapters Repeat from December Up to Antigenic drift: A gradual change.

P malariae Quartan Malaria Not enlarged. Primarily invades reticulocytes. H hemagglutinin. Primarily invades older red cells. Falciparum 64 REF: Antigenic shift: Invades all red cells regardless of age. No stippling except with special stains. Often two P ovale Ovale Malaria Enlarged. December Paper diameter. Often in rosette.

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Fewer than 12 large merozoites 6— Distribution in peripheral blood All forms. However after consulting various websites. Round or oval. Usually one chromatin granule. Occasional band forms. Compact and rounded.

D Entamoeba REF: All forms. Only rings and crescents gametocytes. Very rare in peripheral blood. Strongyloides 3. Trypanosoma cruzi Chagas disease 2.

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Ancylostoma duodenale. Necator americanus 2. Toxocara canis 3. Paniker 6th ed p. Trichenella spiralis 2. A Staphylococcus REF: Echinococcus granulosus Hydatid cyst 4. Toxoplasma gondii Toxoplasmosis Metazoa: Trypanosome Vector Disease T. Cooper Page table Repeat from June Parasitic infections associated with eosinophilic myocarditis: A Trichenella spiralis REF: Perferingens Severe muscle pain: C Strongyloids REF: In corynebacteria.

Ananthnarayan 8th edition page Metachromatic granules are inclusion bodies in bacterial cells that alter the colour of particular stains. Features of corynebacterium: C Cryptococcus REF: Methylene blue stains metachromatic granules pink. They are aerobic or facultatively anaerobic.

A wheal response occurring at the injection site within 20 minutes is considered positive. B Nageleria REF: Common symptoms include altered mental status. The test involves the intradermal injection of 0.

Infection of the CNS from the skin lesion may occur weeks or months later. Cranial nerve palsies. It is termed granulomatous amebic encephalitis to distinguish it from the explosive. The lipid A component is the primary immunostimulatory centre of LPS. LPS consist of a poly. In contact lens—associated infection. Gordon Archer. A Carbohydrate sequence in cell wall REF: Staphylococci in Human Disease Kent B.

This process ultimately triggers apoptosis. The function of the protein is unknown. As its name suggests. This pathway involves the release of pro-apoptotic proteins that activate caspase enzymes from the mitochondria.

This is usually in response to cellular signals resulting from DNA damage. Marie-Claude Faugere. Initiator caspase 9 is recruited into the apoptosome and activated from within the adaptor protein complex. Atlas of mineralized bone histology by Hartmut H.

December Paper 63 Cytochrome c binds the adaptor apoptotic protease activating factor Handbook of histology methods for bone and cartilage by Yuehuei H. Unlike the intrinsic pathway. Kylie L. Malluche page Hartmut H. The primary function of the apoptosome seems to be multimerization and allosteric regulation of the catalytic activity of caspase 9.

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