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As you Asking for the Paper of the Combined Medical Service Examination The Question Paper is given below

Combined Medical Service Examination Question Paper

1. In a sutured surgical wound, the process of epithelialization is completed within:
(a) 24 hours
(b) 48 hours
(c) 72 hours
(d) 96 hours

Extensive surgical debridement, decompression or amputation may be indicated in
all the following clinical settings except:
(a) Progressive synergistic gangrene
(b) Acute thrombophlebitis
(c) Acute haemolytic streptococcal cellulitis
(d) Acute rhabdomyolysis

Which one of the following bacteria is classified as facultative anaerobe?
(a) Pseudomonas
(b) Bacteroides
(c) Escherichia
(d) Clostridium

Which of the following statements is not correct regarding sebaceous cyst?
(a) It has a punctum
(b) Treatment is incision and drainage
(c) Found on hairy areas of the body
(d) Not found on palms and soles

Tumours of anterior mediasternum include the following except:
(a) Thymoma
(b) Lymphoma
(c) Germ cell tumour
(d) Schwannoma

. In India, the commonest cause of unilateral lymphoedema of lower limb is:
(a) Lymphoedema tarda
(b) Carcinoma of penis
(c) Filariasis
(d) Tubercular lymphadenopathy

. Nottingham prognostic Index is used for:
(a) Cancer stomach
(b) Cancer colon
(c) Cancer lung
(d) Cancer breast

A patient has recurrent abdominal pain and jaundice. The blood investigations
reveal reticulocytosis and hyperbilirubinemia. What is the clinical diagnosis?
(a) Hereditary spherocytosis
(b) Mirizzi s syndrome
(c) Choledochal cyst
(d) Sclerosing cholangitis

In gallstone ileus, obstruction most frequently occurs at:
(a) Duodenum
(b) Jejunum
(c) Proximal ileum
(d) Terminal ileum

The following conditions are associated with high incidence of pigment
gallstones except:
(a) Cirrhosis
(b) Ileal disease
(c) Thalassemia
(d) Prosthetic heart valve

. The most common route of spread in a case of pyogenic liver abscess is:
(a) Haematogenous through portal vein
(b) Ascending infection through biliary duct
(c) Hepatic artery
(d) Local spread

The most common complication of pancreas divisum is:
(a) Obstructive jaundice
(b) Duodenal obstruction
(c) Recurrent acute pancreatitis
(d) Peptic ulcer

The commonest major surgical complication following whipple procedure is:
(a) Disruption of pancreatic anastomosis
(b) Biliary peritonitis
(c) Disruption of gastric anastomosis
(d) GI bleeding

. A 60 year old male presents with bleeding p/r. Proctoscopy reveals 2nd degree
haemorrhoids. The treatment of choice is:
(a) Cryotherapy
(b) Sclerotherapy
(c) Banding
(d) Surgery

At present, treatment is recommended for H. pylori in association with the
following except:
(a) Duodenal ulcer
(b) Early gastric cancer
(c) MALT-lymphoma
(d) Benign gastric ulcer

. Pott s puffy tumour is a:
(a) Tuberculosis of the skull bone
(b) Squamous cell cancer of scalp
(c) Subperiosteal abscess associated with osteomyelitis of frontal bone
(d) Fungating scrotal malignancy
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