Sep 27, 2011






1) Intake of less amount of protein leads to the deficiency disease called
a. Beri Beri
b. Rickets
c. Anaemia
d. Kwashiorkar

2) Each gram of lipid is capable of yielding.
a. 9.3 calories
b. 8.2 calories
c. 7.1 calories
d. 6 calories

3) Deficiency of vitamin D causes
a. Nyctalopia
b. Xerophthalmia
c. Osteomalacia
d. Pellagra

4) The calorie requirement for IRM at heavy work during occupational activites is
a. 1100 calories
b. 750 calories
c. 2200 calories
d. 460 calories

5. The normal BMI (Body mass index) range for adults is
a. 10 - 15
b. 12 - 24
c. 15 - 20
d. 19 - 25

6. The normal blood glucose level during fasting is
a. 70 to 110 mg/dl
b. 80 to 200 mg/dl
c. 100 to 150 mg/dl
d. 200 to 250 mg/dl

7. During emulsification, the bile salts convert bigger fat particles into smaller globules called
a. granules
b. oil
c. chilomicrons
d. millimicrons

8. During root canal treatment, the cavity of the tooth is filled with a sealing paste made of
a. chitin
b. calcium carbonate
c. iodised salt
d. gutta-percha resin

9. The gall stones are formed of
a. calcium
b. growing infected tissue
c. cholesterol
d. sodium crystals

10. A fracture can be caused by
a. shock
b. loss of blood supply
c.  impact of force
d. malnutrition

11. The granulation of tissues around the site of fracture is called
a. nodule
b. papilla
c. rudiment
d. callus

12. An inflammation of synovial membrane is called as
a. infective arthiritis
b. osteoarthritis
c. rheumatic arthiritis
d. mechanical arthiritis

13. During the contraction of muscle the ATP molecules bind with the active site of
a. myosin filament
b. myofibrils
c. nerve endings
d. actin filaments

14. Ca ions necessary for the contraction of muscles are released from
a. blood
b. protoplasm
c. synovial membrane
d. sarcoplasmic reticulum

15. What is the substance that destroys the muscle protein during rigor mortis
a. proteolytic enzymes
b. mitochondrial enzymes
c. lysosome enzymes
d. esterases

16. The surface area of skin in our body is
a. 1.1-2.2 m2
b. 2.2-3.3m2
c. 1-2m2
d. 0.5-1.5m2

17. An oily substance called sebum is secreted by
a. sweat gland
b. sebaceous gland
c. thyroid gland
d. tear gland

18) Albinism is an extreme degree of generalized
a. hyperpigmentation
b. failure of pigmentation
d.  perioral pigmentation

19) Partial albinism causes
a. leucoderma
b. vitiligo
c. melanoma
d. dermatitis.

20) Excessive exposure to U V-rays can cause
a. vomitting
b. redness of eyes
c. colour change
d. skin cancer

21) Rag weed plant causes allergic responses and results in
a. photo dermatitis
b. herpetiformis dermatitis
c. dermatitis artefacta
d. all the above

22. The amount of urea present in blood
a. 0.02gms/100ml
b. 0.06gms/100ml
c. 0.08gms/100ml
d. 0.01gms/100ml

23. Urea biosynthesis takes place in
a. blood
b. liver
c. cerebro-spinal fluid
d. kidney

24. Number of ATP molecules spent to convert ammonia to urea is
a. four
b. two
c. three
d. one

25. During glomerular filtration the malpighian body acts like a
a. structural unit
b. biological filter
c. biological buffer
d. acid-base balancer

26. The amount of blood supplied to the kidneys is about
a. 20-25% of cardiac output
b. 25-30%of cardiac output
c. 30-35% of cardiac output
d. 35-40% of cardiac out put

27. Net filteration force which is responsible for the filtration in glomerulus is
a. 25mm Hg
b. 50mm Hg
c. 75mmHg
d. 80 mm Hg

28. The amount of urea reabsorbed in the urinary tubules is
a. 5gm
b. 17gm
c. 21gm
d. 20gm

29. Area responsible for reabsorption of water, glucose, sodium phosphate and bicarbonates is
a. glomerulus
b. proximal convoluted tubules
c. collecting duct
d. descending limb of Henle’s loop

30. The volume of water found in the glomerular filterate is
a. 170 lit
b. 168.5 lit
c. 165 lit
d. 162.8 lit

31. In recent days insulin resistant diabetes is commonly noticed in the age group of
a. 10-15years
b. 40-50years
c. 35 - 40 years
d. 20-25years

32. The type of diabetes that develops due to heavy viral infection belongs to the category called
a. Insulin dependent diabetes
b. non-insulin dependent diabetes
c. inflammator diabetes
d. harmful diabetes

33. Which of the following is called artificial kidney?
a. donar kidney
b. dializer
c. tissue-matched kidney
d. preserved kidney

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May 26, 2012 at 9:09 AM delete

thanks for this questions and please upload physics PTA book for EM students.It will be very useful to please.....

January 12, 2014 at 9:36 AM delete

Answer for question 18 is wrong. For answer refer page 74 in the text book.The correct answe is hypopigmentation


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