1. Glasgow coma scale is based on all except:

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2. Torniquet test is used for monitoring patient with

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3. Picks body in picks disease is

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4. What is true about multiple myeloma?

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5. Schwannoma of spinal nerve roots is seen in

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6. what causes rheumatic fever

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7. Juvenile diabetes is called

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8. Most likely precursor to bronchiectasis is

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9. Wellen's syndrome is seen with

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10. Which of the following is mismatch:

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11. Stage III of lyme's disease is characterised by

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12. All of the following are morphological neurological complication of measles except

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13. Salivary protein which prevents transmission of human immunodeficiency virus via saliva is

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14. During management of ventricular fibrillation , what is true about use of vasopressin

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15. Lennox Gastaut Syndrome is characterised by

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16. You have to draw blood from a patient. When will you give EDTA?

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17. Decreased basal metabolic rate is seen in:

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18. Who invented the stethoscope

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19. A 12 year-old patient presents with fever for three days. You have clinical suspicion of dengue and have to investigate him. Which test will not be helpful at this point of time

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20. Which of the following is used in the treatment

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