Medicine Review -I

Which disease is suggested by the following Findings?
Bronchoscopy: may demonstrate a ‘cobblestone’ appearance of the mucosa.
Bronchial and transbronchial biopsies usually show non-caseating granulomas.
Click to Flip
HRCT: characteristic appearances include reticulonodular opacities that follow a perilymphatic distribution

What are the indications of Systemic corticosteroids in Sarcoidosis?
Click to Flip
Indications of Systemic corticosteroids in Sarcoidosis- Hypercalcaemia,
Pulmonary Function Impairment
Renal Impairment.

Combination of rheumatoid nodules and pneumoconiosis is known as —-
Click to Flip
Caplan’s syndrome

Shrinking lung syndrome (SLS) is a rare complication of which disease?
Click to Flip
Shrinking lung syndrome (SLS) is a rare complication of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) characterized by -
Unexplained Dyspnea,
Restrictive Pattern On Pulmonary Function Tests
Elevated Hemidiaphragm.

What are the conditions we can find Shrinking lung syndrome?
Click to Flip
Shrinking lung syndrome occurs most commonly in systemic lupus erythematosus but there are rare reports of it developing in -
Systemic Sclerosis,
Sjogren's Syndrome,
Rheumatoid Arthritis

What are the drugs that can cause Pulmonary eosinophilia?
Click to Flip
Drugs -causing Pulmonary eosinophilia - Nitrofurantoin,
para-aminosalicylic acid (PAS),

Goodpasture’s syndrome more common in Men or Women?
Click to Flip
Goodpasture’s syndrome: IgG antibodies bind to the glomerular or alveolar basement membranes
More Common In Men
Almost Exclusively In Smokers
Pathology - Glomerulonephritis and Pulmonary Haemorrhage.
Pulmonary Infiltrates, Hypoxia and Haemoptysis
Commonly Precede Renal Involvement.

Acute radiation pneumonitis is typically seen within ------------ wks of lung irradiation
Click to Flip
Acute radiation pneumonitis is typically seen within 6–12 wks of lung irradiation

Enlargement of the hilar glands with an ‘egg-shell’ calcification is seen in which condition?
Click to Flip
Enlargement of the hilar glands with an ‘egg-shell’ calcification is uncommon and nonspecific finding in Silicosis.

What are the classic signs of Horner's syndrome?
Click to Flip
Classic triad -
Miosis -constricted pupil
Partial ptosis,
Anhidrosis -Loss of hemifacial sweating
Enophthalmos- sinking of the eyeball into the bony cavity that protects the eye.

Medicine MCQs

medicine MCQs
Medicine MCQs

Medicine Review -Medicine MCQs
Medicine Question Bank
MCQs in Medical Subjects
Medicine MCQs
100%FREE For Medical Students
MBBS Exam Questions – Medicine MCQs

    Subscribe Medicine Question BankWhatsApp Channel

    FREE Updates, MCQs & Questions For Doctors & Medical Students

      Medicine Question Bank
      Enable Notifications OK No thanks