Here are FOUR trigger questions for all. Have a look and make an attempt regardless of what year you are in. No books is allowed. U can put ur answer in the comment box n iA, within a week u’ll get the answers.
TRUE OR FALSE
1. -Pulsus paradoxus:
(a) The volume of the pulse increases in inspiration.
(b) Can be confirmed by detecting >10 mmHg difference in systolic pressure during the breathing cycle.
(c) Is a sign of severe asthma.
(d) Is called paradoxus because it is the opposite of what normally happens to the pulse.
(e) Can occur in cardiac tamponade.
2.-The jugulovenous pressure:
(a) Is raised if it is 2 cm from the sternal angle with the patient seated at 45°.
(b) Tall ‘a’ waves may be seen in pulmonary hypertension.
(c) Cannon waves indicate complete heart block.
(d) Giant ‘v’ waves and a pulsatile liver indicate tricuspid stenosis.
3.-What distinguish kidney from spleen:
(a) Dull on percussion.
(b) A well-localized notched lower margin.
(c) Moves with respiration.
(d) A ballottable mass.
4.-The following are causes of a pansystolic murmur:
(a) Mitral regurgitation.
(b) Aortic regurgitation.
(c) Tricuspid regurgitation.
(d) Atrial septal defect.
(e) Aortic stenosis.
Answers: NEXT WEEK
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