Q.1: Pyramidal tract lesion in spinal cord or brainstem cause :
Options:
A) Atonic bladder
B) Hypertonic bladder
C) Cortical bladder
D) None of the above
Q.2: Lhermitte’s phenomenon is not seen in:
Options:
A) Multiple sclerosis
B) Cervical spondylosis
C) Cervical cord compression
D) Atlanto axial disclocation
Q.3: In patient allergic to cefotaxime and ceftriaxone having H. influenzae meningitis, the choice of antibiotic is :
Options:
A) Vancomycin
B) Benzyl penicillin
C) Chloramphenicol
D) Ampicillin + gentamycin
Q.4: Which nerve is at risk during appendectomy (McBurney’s incision):
Options:
A) Iliohypogastric nerve (L1)
B) Ilioinguinal nerve (L1, 2)
C) Genitofemoral nerve (L2, 3)
D) Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve (L2, 3)
Q.5: Tetracycline is used in the prophylaxis of which of the following diseases?
Options:
A) Cholera 
B) Brucellosis 
C) Leptospirosis 
D) Meningitis
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