0 Hypertensive hemorrhage-site

Q.Which of the following is the commonest location of  hypertensive hemorrhage?
1 Pons.

Ans: 3 Putamen...
2nd MC site is Thalamus.

0 Rumpel leede test

A tourniquet test (also known as a Rumpel-Leede Capillary-Fragility Test or simply a capillary fragility test) determines capillary fragility.

It is a clinical diagnostic method to determine a patient's haemorrhagic tendency. It assesses fragility of capillary walls and is used to identify thrombocytopenia (a reduced platelet count).

The test is defined by the WHO as one of the necessary requisites for diagnosis of Dengue fever.

Q.A positive Rumpel leede test is suggestive of
a. brucellosis
b. lyme's disease
c. rocky mountain fever
d. erysipelas

Ans: C..RMSF

0 Earliest complication of ostomy

Q.Early postoperative complication of ileostomy in the post-operative period:

a. Obstruction
b. Necrosis
c. Diarrhea
d. Prolapse

ANS: Necrosis

0 Pseudomembraneous enterocolitis

Medical mnemonic for drugs causing pseudomembraneous enterocolitis is :


T – Tetracycline
A – Ampicillin
L – Lincomycin
C – Clindamycin

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1 Carpal tunnel syndrome

Mnemonic for causes of Carpal tunnel syndrome is 

 ARMPIT (to inlude idiopathic)
A – Acromegaly
R – Rheumatiod arthritis
M – Myxoedema
P – Pregnancy
I – Idiopathic
T – Trauma (occupational)

0 Layers of scrotum

Mnemonic for layers of scrotum is

“Some Dangerous Englishmen Call It Testis” or ”Some Dirty Englishmen Called It Testis”

The layers of scrotum from superficial to deep are:
S – Skin
D – Dartos
E – External spermatic fascia
C- Cremasteric fascia
I – Internal spermatic fascia

0 Autosomal recessive disorders

Mnemonic for autosomal recessive disorders :


A – Albinism.
B – Beta thalessemia.
C – Cystic Fibrosis.
D – Deafness
E – Emphysema (alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency).
F – Friedrichs ataxia
G – Gauchers disease
H – Homocystinuria, Hemochromatosis.

5 X linked recessive disorders

X linked recessive disorders

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B – Bruton’s agammaglobulinemia
W – Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome
F – Fabry’s syndrome
G – G6PD deficiency
O – Ocular albinism
L – Lesch Nyhan syndrome , Lowe Syndrome
D – Dystrophy (Duchenne’s, and Becker’s)
H, S – Hunter’s Syndrome
H – Hemophilia A & B

MC X-linked recessive disorder is Duchenne's Muscular dystrophy.

0 Loosers zone

Q.Loosers zone is seen in
a. Osteopetrosis
b. Osteomalacia
c. Osteoarthritis
d. osteoporosis

Ans: B

0 Whipple's disease

It is a rare, systemic infectious disease caused by the bacterium Tropheryma whipplei.


Whipple's disease primarily causes malabsorption but may affect any part of the body including the heart, lungs, brain, joints, skin, and the eyes. Weight loss, diarrhea, joint pain, and arthritis are common presenting symptoms, but the presentation can be highly variable and approximately 15% of patients do not have these classic signs and symptoms. Whipple's disease is significantly more common in men, with 87% of the patients being male. When recognized and treated, Whipple's disease can usually be cured with long-term antibiotic therapy; untreated the disease is ultimately fatal.

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