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Exam Title : Infectious Diseases


Number Of Question : 34
Question #1: A patient is found to be positive for HBs Ag on routine laboratory evaluation. Other serological tests for hepatitis are unremarkable. He is clinically asymptomatic and liver enzymes are within the normal range. Which of the following best describes his diagnosis
Inactive HBV carrier
Acute Hepatitis B
Chronic Hepatitis B
Active HBV carrier
Question #2: Which of the following is least likely to cause infective endocarditis?
Staphylococcus albust
Streptococcus facalis
Salmonella typhi
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Question #3: Pneumococcal meningitis is associated with the following CSF findings
Pleocytosis with low protein and low sugar
Pleocytosis with high protein and low sugar
Lymphocytosis with low protein and low sugar
Lymphocytosis with high protein and low sugar
Question #4: A patient with Tubercular meningitis was taking ATT regularly. At end of 1 month of regular intake of drugs deterioration in sensorium is noted in condition of the patient. Which of the following investigations is not required on emergency evaluation?
MRI
NCCT
CSF examination
Liver function tests
Question #5: A young patient presents to the emergency department with fever and right upper quadrant pain clinical examination reveals obvious hepatomegaly but there is no jaundice. Ultrasound reveals a solitary, homogeneous, hypoechoic lesion in the right lobe measuring 5cm x 5cm x 4cm. Test for hydatid disease were negative. Which of the following is the best recommendation for initial treatment.
Multiple Aspiration and antiamoebies / antibiotics
Catheter drainage and antiamoebics / antibiotics
Antiamoebics /antibiotics alone
Hepatectomy followed by antiamoebics / antibiotics