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Which of the following cities does Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers have an office in?

Bengaluru

What is the phone number for the Lucknow office of Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers?

+91-522-3040554

Who is the author of SRB’s Clinical Methods in SURGERY?

Sriram Bhat M

Which part of surgery involves proper clinical analysis and application of principles in treating surgically related patients?

Clinical surgery

What are the two important parts in clinical methods?

Symptoms and signs

Which type of investigation is decided based on the clinical suspicion of the disease?

X-ray

What is the purpose of final diagnosis?

To plan the therapy

Which office has the phone number 001-507-317-0160?

Central America Office

What is the email address for the Europe Office?

Which book is Dr Sriram Bhat the author of?

SRB’s Manual of Surgery

What is the ISBN of the book SRB’s Clinical Methods in Surgery?

978-81-8448-925-5

Which of the following diseases occurs only in males but females can be carriers?

Hemophilia

Which of the following diseases is more common in females?

Thyroid diseases

Which of the following diseases is more common in males but can occur in females?

Carcinoma lung

Which of the following diseases is not seen in Muslims and Jews due to their religious practice of early circumcision in childhood?

Carcinoma penis

Who is the Vice-Chancellor of MAHE?

Dr Professor Rajashekaran Warrior

Who is the Head of Department of Surgery in KMC, Mangalore?

Professor Thangam Varghese

Who is the Head of Radiology Department in KMC, Mangalore?

Professor Navinchandra Shetty

Who is the Chairman and Managing Director of Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., New Delhi?

Shri Jitendar P Vij

Which one of the following is considered a light drinker?

Someone who drinks 25-35 units of alcohol per week

What is the definition of a problem drinker?

Someone whose physical, social, and mental well-being is harmed by drinking

What is the definition of a teetotaler?

Someone who has not taken alcohol in the last one year

What is the definition of chronic heavy smoker?

Someone who smokes 10-20 packets of cigarettes per day for 2-10 years

Which of the following cities does Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers have an office in?

Panama City

What is the phone number for the Lucknow office of Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers?

+91-522-3040554

What is the email address for the Europe Office?

Which part of surgery involves proper clinical analysis and application of principles in treating surgically related patients?

Clinical surgery

What are the two important parts in clinical methods?

History taking and physical examination

What is the purpose of final diagnosis?

To plan the therapy

What is the definition of chronic heavy smoker?

A person who has smoked for more than 20 years

Which of the following diseases is more common in females?

Benign prostatic hyperplasia

Which of the following diseases occurs only in males but females can be carriers?

Hemophilia

Which of the following diseases is more common in males but can occur in females?

Carcinoma lung

Which of the following diseases is common in Australia, Iran, Greece, etc?

Hydatid disease

According to the text, who is the author of the book 'SRB’s Clinical Methods in Surgery'?

Dr Sriram Bhat

According to the text, which office has the phone number +44 (0) 2031708910?

Europe Office

According to the text, who is the Vice-Chancellor of MAHE?

None of the above

According to the text, what is the ISBN of the book 'SRB’s Clinical Methods in Surgery'?

978-81-8448-925-5

Which of the following is the definition of a teetotaler?

A person who has not taken alcohol in the last one year

Which of the following is the definition of a problem drinker?

A person whose physical, social, and mental well-being is harmed by drinking

Which of the following is the definition of a chronic heavy smoker?

A person who smokes 10-20 packets of cigarettes/day for 2-10 years

Which of the following is the definition of a light smoker?

A person who smokes one packet of cigarette/day for 2-10 years

Which of the following individuals is not mentioned as a contributor to the book 'SRB’s Clinical Methods in Surgery'?

Dr Praveen

Which of the following departments did Dr Professor Kishore Chandra Prasad head?

ENT

Who is the author of the book 'SRB’s Clinical Methods in Surgery'?

Dr Sriram Bhat

Which of the following individuals is not mentioned as a surgical unit head in the college?

Dr Jayaprakash Rao

Which of the following is a general characteristic of Ascaris lumbricoides?

It is oviparous

What is the habitat of Ascaris lumbricoides?

Small intestine

Which of the following is a characteristic of the adult female Ascaris lumbricoides?

It is larger than the adult male worm

Which type of eggs are more elongated and have a thinner shell?

Unionised eggs

What is the mode of transmission for Ascaris lumbricoides?

Ingestion of embryonated eggs

What is the pathogenesis of Ascaris infection attributed to?

All of the above

Which molecular method can detect as low as one copy per 200 mg of stool?

Multiplex PCR

What is the recommended treatment for Ascaris lumbricoides?

Antiparasitic drugs

What are the general preventive measures for Ascaris lumbricoides?

All of the above

What is the infective form larva of Ancylostoma duodenale?

L3 larvae

What is the mode of transmission of Ancylostoma duodenale?

Through penetration of the skin by the L3 larva

What is the pathogenicity of Ancylostoma duodenale?

Skin, lungs, and small intestine

How is the diagnosis of Ancylostoma duodenale established?

Microscopic examination of feces

What are the symptoms observed during the pulmonary phase of Ascaris lumbricoides infection?

Non-productive cough and chest discomfort

Which diagnostic method can detect both fertilized and unfertilized eggs of Ascaris lumbricoides?

Microscopic examination

What is the recommended treatment for Ascaris lumbricoides infection?

Albendazole (400 mg once)

What are the preventive measures for Ascaris lumbricoides infection?

Good personal hygiene

Which of the following is a general characteristic of Ascaris lumbricoides?

It is oviparous

What is the habitat of Ascaris lumbricoides?

Small intestine

Which of the following is a characteristic of the adult female Ascaris lumbricoides?

Smaller in size compared to adult males

Which type of egg of Ascaris lumbricoides measures up to 85-95 μm in length?

Fertilised eggs

What is the mode of transmission for Ascaris lumbricoides?

Ingestion of embryonated eggs from contaminated soil, food, and water

What is the pathogenesis caused by Ascaris infection attributed to?

All of the above

Which molecular method can detect as low as one copy per 200 mg of stool?

Real-time PCR

What is the recommended treatment for Ascaris lumbricoides?

Albendazole (400 mg once) or mebendazole (500 mg once)

What are the general preventive measures for Ascaris lumbricoides?

Improved personal hygiene

Which of the following is a symptom observed during the pulmonary phase of Ascaris lumbricoides infection?

Productive cough

Which of the following is a characteristic of the adult male Ancylostoma duodenale?

Measures 8-11 mm long

Which of the following is a preventive measure for Ascaris lumbricoides infection?

Avoidance of the use of human faeces as fertilizer

Which of the following is a characteristic of the L1 larva of Ancylostoma duodenale?

Vhabidiform larva

What is the mode of transmission for Ancylostoma duodenale?

Through penetration of the skin by the L3 larva

What is the pathogenicity of Ancylostoma duodenale?

It causes damage to the intestines and blood vessels

How is the diagnosis of Ancylostoma duodenale established?

Through stool culture

What are the clinical features of Ancylostoma duodenale infection in the late intestinal phase?

Iron deficiency anemia and protein energy malnutrition

Test your knowledge on various medical examinations with this quiz! From examining the venous system and lymphatic system to the peripheral nervous system and muscles, tendons, and fasciae, this quiz covers a range of topics. Test your skills in examining the oral cavity, jaw, salivary glands, neck, thyroid, face, head, breast, and even hernia. Put your medical knowledge to the test and see how well you know these examinations!

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