1. Maximum concentration of LA for topical use is:

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2. What is the investigation of choice in a patient with acute head injury

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3. Stored plasma is deficient in

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4. Which of the following agent is used as debriding agent in surgical dressings

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5. A dome shaped skull with a high forehead in the infants with slight hydrocephalus (Olympian brow) is seen in

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6. Wide scars occur due to:

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7. Which of the following general anesthetic agent is given intravenously:

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8. Which of the following is a broad spectrum fast acting antiseptic agent used for surgical scrub and skin preparation in general surgical practice

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9. Sentinel lymph node is

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10. The earliest manifestation of increased intracranial pressure in head injury is

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11. Ulcer with rolled out everted margin:

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12. Cyst may be complicated by all except

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13. If in a maxillofacial trauma, the parotid duct is transversed it should be:

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14. Limb salvage primarily depends on:

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15. Deep skin burns is treated with

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16. Massive transfusion in healthy adult male can cause hemorrhage due to

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17. Potts puffy tumor is

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18. Most commonly affected peripheral nerve in leprosy is

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19. Standard treatment of verrucous carcinoma of lip:

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20. Cystoscopy is used to examine:

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