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Exam Title : Infectious Diseases


Number Of Question : 34
Question #1: An elderly female presented with nasal blockade, nasal discharge, diplopia and facial swelling. On examination, there is blackish discharge from the nasal cavity with nasal mucosa, facial skin and palate. There is fixation of the right globe. There is elevated blood sugar and urinary ketones are positive. Which of the following would be the best medication to be used in this patient?
Amphotericin B
Itraconazole
Ketoconazole
Broad spectrum antibiotics
Question #2: Correct diagnosis of a patient whose serum has positive HBSAg and HBeag:
Carrier of HBV
Concurrent Infection with HBV and HBE
Chronic recurrent Hepatitis
Acute Infective Hepatitis
Question #3: An elderly female presents with the nasal blockade and nasal discharge with black debris. Blood sugar was raised and urine is positive for ketones. Best treatment for the patient would be:
Amphotericin B
Itraconazole
Ketoconazole
Broad spectrum antibiotics
Question #4: Which of the following drug is not active against Hepatitis B
Interferon
Telbivudine
Zidovudine
Lamivudine
Question #5: All of the following are true about severe malaria except:
Hypoglycemia, blood sugar level less than 40 mg
Creatinine more than 3 mg/dl
LDH > 750 U/L
Hematocrit more than 15