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Exam Title : Pediatrics


Number Of Question : 20
Question #1: Which of the following statements about 21 alpha hydroxylase deficiency is false
Most common cause of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) in children
Affected females present with ambiguous genitalia
Affected males present with precocious puberty
Hypokalemic alkalosis is seen
Question #2: A child presents with massive hepatomegaly and hypoglycemia. There is no improvement in blood glucose on administration of Glucagon. The probable diagnosis
Von Gierke disease
McArdle disease
Cori’s disease
Forbe’s disease
Question #3: Which of the following agents is most commonly associated with recurrent meningitis due to CSF leaks
Meningococci
Pneumococci
Hemophilus Influenza
E. Coli
Question #4: A child is able to dress herself, knows her gender feeds without spilling. What is her age?
2 years
3 years
4 years
5 years
Question #5: Jitteriness can be distinguished form seizures by all of the following except
Sensitivity to stimulus
Frequency of movement
Abnormality of Gaze
Autonomic disturbance