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A fresh set of 20 random questions is generated every time you open this page and every time you refresh it.
For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. A 32 week baby is born to a mother with eclampsia, who was given IV magnesium sulphate. The baby was resuscitated and transferred to the NICU. 12 hours later, the baby showed hypotonia, lethargy, constricted pupils and two episodes of seizures. The staging of HIE is
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. There is no HIE

2. Not a feature of Kluver-Bucy syndrome in children
A. Hyper-metamorphosis
B. Hyper-sexuality
C. visual agnosia
D. Seizures

3. A Preterm baby with PDA will have all except:
A. CO2 washout
B. Pulmonary haemorrhage
C. Necrotising enterocolitis
D. Bounding pulses

4. A 7 year old child is having steroid DEPENDANT Nephrotic syndrome. His weight is 30 kg and eight of 106 cm. he is having truncal obesity with subcapsular bilateral cataracts. Best drug for this patient:
A. Mycophenolate
B. Levamisole
C. Cyclophosphamide
D. Azathioprine

5. Child with croup, well hydrated, feeding well, consolable. T/t is
A. Dexamethasone
B. Racemic epinephrine
C. Antibiotics
D. Nasal washing for inluenza and RSV

6. Asymmetric Moro's reflex at birth is indicative of
A. HIE
B. Brain damage
C. Erb's palsy
D. Kernicterus

7. A 34-week female fetus was born as shown below. Identify the congenital anomaly
A. Anencephaly
B. Iniencephaly
C. Aneniniencephaly
D. Complete craniospinal rachischisis

8. A 1.5 year old female is brought to the clinic with complaints of excessive enlargement of head, intolerance to feeds and severe malnourishment. MRI imaging was suggestive of a medulloblastoma causing obstructive hydrocephalus. Which of the following is an example of irrational management of the patient?
A. Craniotomy and sub-total excision of the tumour. Surgeon leaves the layer of the tumour adherent with colliculus
B. First ventriculoperitoneal shunt was done
C. CCNU and vincristine were given as chemotherapy
D. Radiotherapy 35-40 Gy was given to the whole craniospinal axis

9. A 10- year old child presents with edema, oliguria and frothy urine. HE has no past history of similar complaints, On examination, his urine was positive for 3+ proteinuria, no RBCs/WBCs and no casts. His serum albumin was 2.5 g/L and serum creatinine was 0.5 mg/dL. The most likely diagnosis is
A. IgA nephropathy
B. Minimal change disease
C. Acute interstitial nephritis
D. Membraneous nephropathy

10. A 32-wee, 1400 g neonate is born to a primigravida. The baby did not require resuscitation and showed stable vitals. The baby was transferred to the NICU. How will you manage the feeding of the patient?
A. Start total enteral feeding and IV feeding not required
B. Start IV feeding with minimal enteral feeding
C. Start IV feeding and introduce feeding on 2nd day of life
D. Start parenteral feeding and institute oral feeding on 2nd day of life

11. A Toddler has few drops of blood coming out of rectum. Probable diagnosis is
A. Juvenile Rectal Polyp
B. Adenoid Poliposis Coli
C. Rectal Ulcer
D. Piles

12. Which of the following is not a component of Kangaroo mother care (KMC)?
A. Skin to skin contact
B. Supplementary nutrition
C. Exclusive breast feeding
D. Early discharge and follow-up

13. Which of the following babies has the least risk of developing hypoglycemia?
A. A baby born to mother treated with beta blockers
B. Infant of diabetic mothers
C. Appropriate for gestational age babies
D. IUGR babies

14. A neonate is diagnosed with Bell's Stage 1 Necrotizing Entercolitis and he is stable. Treatment is
A. Conservative and Antibiotics
B. IV Antibiotics and Removal of necrosed portion of Intestine
C. Drainage
D. Resection Anastomosis

15. A child with recurrent seizures, palpable plaques in the Ophthalmic and Maxillary distribution. Mother complaints, it is present since birth and not changed since then. Diagnosis is
A. Congenital Hemangioma
B. Sturge-Weber Syndrome
C. Infantile Hemangioma
D. Proteus syndrome

16. In a child with rickets with deformity, when should a decision to undertake corrective surgery be undertaken?
A. When vitamin D levels return to normal
B. when growth plate healing is seen radiographically
C. when bone speciic alkaline phosphatase is normal
D. when serum calcium is normal

17. A 6-year old girl presents with fever for the past 5 days, generalized erythematous rash, strawberry tongue and cervical lymphadenopathy. The most likely diagnosis is
A. Kimura disease
B. Kawasaki disease
C. Scarlet fever
D. Rosie-Dorfman syndrome

18. In a rural clinic, a 3-year old girl child is brought by her mother and is emaciated. Her hemoglobin was 5g/dL. The girl also has edema over her knees and ankles with discrete rash on her knees, ankles and elbows. The most likely worm infestation causing these manifestations is
A. Hook worm
B. Round worm
C. Whip worm
D. Pin worm

19. A child has deficient bone mineralization with low serum calcium, high serum phosphorus, with decreased urinary excretion of calcium and phosphorus and elevated levels of alkaline phosphatase. The most likely diagnosis is
A. Nutritional rickets
B. Renal tubular rickets
C. Renal glomerular rickets
D. Celiac rickets

20. Recurrent URTI in 5 year old child with ear problems, mouth breathing. Treatment is
A. Myringotomy
B. Myringotomy with Grommet insertion
C. Adenoidectomy with Grommet insertion
D. Tonsillectomy

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