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FCPS 2019 Past Questions Recall Collections with answers

FCPS 2019 Past Questions Recall Collections with answers

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FCPS 2019 Past Questions Recall Collections with answers 1.Internal spermatic fascia derived from==Fascia Transversalis 2.Fast pain fibers==A delta 3.Perforated gastric ulcer pain is transmitted by==Greater splanchnic nerve. 4.Zona glomerulosa produces==Aldosterone. 5.First line defense against microorganisms==skin. 6.Regulation of which of following is controlled by sympathetic instead of local metabolites=Skin. 7.80% saturated oxygen=Umbilical vein. 8.Thiamine def=PERIPHERAL NEURITIS. 9.Drug causing Tachycardia in therapeutic doses==Pethidine. 10.In Biostatistics,universe is==Population. 11.Adiadochonesia==cerebellum. 12.Loss of motivation and depression==Frontal lobe. 13.Pregnant woman with elevated Lfts==GGT. 14.Man with elevated SGOT and a...

Which among the following is a prodrug?

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Gemfloxacin Prulifloxacin Pancuronium Lisinopril   Correct Answer : Prulifloxacin Ref: Tripathi 6th ed/23-24 Prulifloxacin is prodrug of Ulifloxacin.   Prodrug                                                           Active form Levodopa                                                         Dopamine Enalapril                                                          Enalaprilat α-Methyldopa                                                  α- methylnorepinephrine Dipivefrine                                                       Epinephrine Sulindac                                                           Sulfide metabolite Proguanil                                                         Cycloguanil Prednisone                                                       Pre...

Hypervolemic hyponatremia is seen in

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Burns Capillary leak due to sepsis Diabetes Mellitus Hyperaldosteronism Correct Answer : Hyperaldosteronism Ref: Harrisons 17th edition page 1445, 277   In Hypervolemic hyponatremia like CCF, Nephrotic syndrome and Cirrhosis there is decreased effective intravascular volume leading to activation of the Renin – Angiotensin system. This leads to hyperaldosteronism and further water retention. There is primary sodium gain due to hyperaldosteronism but this increase is exceeded by the amount of  secondary water gain – resulting in increased dilution of sodium in water  - hyponatremia   In Burns and Capillary leak due to sepsis – the patients are hypovolemic not hypervolemic   In Diabetes Mellitus -  Hyponatremia is due to increased plasma osmolality ( because of high ...