General Medical

Q: Gold standard test for laryngopharyngeal reflux is?

(a) :  Esophageal motility study
(b) :  Barium swallow
(c) :  24 hour double probe pH monitoring
(d) :  Esophageal biopsy
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  24 hour double probe pH monitoring
Explanation:  

Q: A 9-yr-old boy presents with fever >39°C for 4 days, myalgias, watery diarrhea, conjunctival infection, diffuse erythroderma, strawberry tongue, blood pressure of 105/45 mm Hg, and moderately elevated hepatic transaminases. The most likely diagnosis is:

(a) :  Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome
(b) :  Kawasaki disease
(c) :  Toxic shock syndrome
(d) :  Stevens-Johnson syndrome
(e) :  Toxic epidermal necrolysis
Answer:  Toxic shock syndrome
Explanation:  

Q: Kevorkian sign is seen in?

(a) :  Cornea
(b) :  Retinal vessels
(c) :  Pupil
(d) :  Vitreous humour
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Retinal vessels
Explanation:  

Q: Structure not seen in bronchoscopy?

(a) :  Vocal cords
(b) :  Trachea
(c) :  First segmental division of bronchi
(d) :  Subcarinal lymph nodes
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Subcarinal lymph nodes
Explanation:  

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