General Medical

Q: Pain pathway from ethmoid sinus is via?

(a) :  Nasociliary nerve
(b) :  Lacrimal nerve
(c) :  Lateral pterygoid nerve
(d) :  Frontal nerve
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Nasociliary nerve
Explanation:  

Q: A 71-year-old woman pre- sents with ecchymoses and peri- follicular hemorrhage on her legs in a “saddle” distribution (how a rider would touch the saddle). She is edentulous with bleeding gums and is anemic. She lives alone and eats a diet of no added fruits or vegetables.

(a) :  Vitamin A
(b) :  Vitamin B
(c) :  Vitamin C
(d) :  Vitamin D
(e) :  Vitamin E
Answer:  Vitamin C
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: A 30-year-old man presents with a 12-month history of headaches. He describes it as severe and sudden onset around his right supraorbital and temporal region associated with watery eyes and a blocked nose. The attacks last about 1-2 hours, occurring daily for a week. He experiences this phenomenon every 3-4 months. In between the attacks he is asymptomatic.

(a) :  Tension headache
(b) :  Chronic glaucoma
(c) :  Migraine
(d) :  Trigeminal neuralgia
(e) :  Cluster headache
Answer:  Cluster headache
Explanation:  

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