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In India, Diploma in Pharmacy is an entry-level tertiary pharmacy credential. It is obtained following two-year of training. Students can enroll in the course after successfully completing higher secondary education in science stream with physics, chemistry and either biology or maths as subjects. source : Wikipedia

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Histamine And Antihistamine Drugs

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Latin Terms and Abbreviations Commonly Used in Prescription Writing

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9 Jan 2022   

The prescriptions are generally written in English language but Latin words and abbreviations are frequently used in order to save time. So it becomes...

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Fat Soluble Vitamins: Vitamin A, D, E, And K

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16 Apr 2020   

Vitamin A, D, E, And K are fat-soluble vitamins. Vitamin A is unsaturated primary alcohol (Retinol). Structurally it is related to the plant pigment c...

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MCQs on antihistamines | medicinal chemistry | by pharmacy infoline

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12 Jul 2021   

Antihistamines are drugs which treat rhinitis and other allergies. Typically people take antihistamines as a cheap , generic, over-the-counter medicin...

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Commonly used drugs in Obstetric and Gynaecological conditions (starting with

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5 Nov 2020   

There are some common drugs used in gynecology. Here is the list of drugs starting from "m" commonly used in obstetrics and gynecological conditio...

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Human Endocrine Glands and Their Hormones

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11 Nov 2020   

Endocrine glands are the ductless glands which pour their secretions directly into the bloodstream. secretions are called as Hormones. human end...

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Teratogenecity of drugs

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12 Jun 2020   

Some of drugs or chemicals are fatal to embryo development. Those drugs and chemical substances which produce deviations and abnormalities in the ...

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Blood | Functions and Composition of Blood

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22 Mar 2021   

Blood is specialized fluid connective tissue, transports nutrition, water and oxygen to various tissues and organs. circulates in closed vessels. sl...

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Tablets as Pharmaceutical Dosage Form

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11 May 2021   

Advantages and disadvantages of tablet in manufacturing, Dosage calculation, unit Dosage form, cost, packaging of Tablets, transportation and dispensi...

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Different types of Tablets (solid dosage form)

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Tablets are classified according to their route of administration or function. Tablets are Classified as oral ingested Tablets, Tablets for oral cavit...

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Types of Containers used for the Packaging of Pharmaceutical Products

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14 May 2021   

Pharmaceutical containers are divided according to their utility i.e. well closed container for solid items for transportation, tightly closed conta...

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Classification of antimicrobial drugs according to their type of action, spectrum of activity and mechanism of action

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19 May 2021   

Classification of antimicrobials is based on their type of action on microbes kill or reduce the number, spectrum of activity i.e can work on specif...

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What are Prodrugs? Properties, Examples and Applications | Pharmacy Notes

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13 Jun 2021   

Prodrugs are generally the esters or amides of parent drug, and are useful in improving the solubility, stability, bioavailability of drugs, masking...

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Revision of Pharmacology, some basic points (one liners) 1 of 12 〉 binding of Morphine and Naloxone to the Opioid receptors

competitive antagonism

2 of 12 〉 When both agonist and antagonist binds reversibly on the same site of the receptor

competitive antagonism

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Pharmaceutics useful terms and definitions (oneLiner Questions) 1 of 14 〉 A medicated solution meant for rinsing a body cavity

douche

2 of 14 〉 Viscous liquid preparations used for mouth and throat infections

Throat paints

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Autonomic Nervous System. 1 of 3 〉 The junction of a post-ga1nglionic axonal terminal with its effector cell is termed a neuroeffector junction.

Neuroeffector junction

2 of 3 〉 Nerves that convey impulses from the brain and spinal cord (CNS) to muscles, glands and other effector organs

Efferent (Motor)

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Health Education and Community Pharmacy important terms | One Liners 1 of 12 〉 It is isolation of infected individual such that he does not mingle with others till the incubation period of infecting microorganism is over

QUARENTINE

2 of 12 〉 It is a period between entry of an infectious agent in the body till the onset of symptoms of disease

INCUBATION PERIOD

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Most Important Exam Oriented Questions on Immunity and Immunological products | Pharmacy Exams 1 of 15 〉 The mantous test is done to detect the immunity or susceptibility to _____ .

Tuberculosis

2 of 15 〉 The Schick test is done to detect the immunity or susceptibility to _______.

Diphtheria

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Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy Important Questions (one liners) 1 of 9 〉 Griseofulvin is better absorbed in

Presence of fatty meal

2 of 9 〉 Death due to cyanide poisoning results from

Inhibition of cytochrome oxidase

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Q.1 WHAT IS FALSE NEUROTRANSMITTER

  • DOPAMINE
  • NOR EPINEPHRINE
  • METHYL DOPA
  • SEROTONIN


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Q.2 WEIGHT LOSS IS MAJOR SIDE EFFECT OF WHICH ANTIDIABETIC DRUG?

  • PIOGLITAZONE
  • METFORMIN
  • GLIPIZIDE
  • GLIMEPRIDE


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Q.3 DRUG USED IN INDUCE LABOUR

  • OXYTOCIN
  • VASOPRESSIN
  • NIFEDIPINE
  • SALBUTAMOL


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Q.4 MAJOR SIDE EFFECT OF CHLORPROMAZINE?

  • PALPITATION
  • DRYNESS OF MOUTH
  • PARKINSONISM
  • DIABETES


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Q.5 DRUG USED IN ANAPHYLATIC SHOCK?

  • EPINEPHRINE
  • ADRENALINE
  • BOTH A AND B
  • ATROPINE


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Q.1 When businesses organisations owned and controlled by a single person it is…

  • Sole proprietorship
  • Partnership firms
  • Co operative society
  • All of them


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Q.2 .. . Encourage self-employment.

  • Sole proprietorship
  • Co operative society
  • Partnership firms
  • All of them


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Q.3 The highest secrecy can be maintained in

  • Sole proprietorship
  • Co operative society
  • Partnership firms
  • All of them


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Q.4 Limited scope of expansion is the disadvantage of…

  • Sole proprietorship
  • Partnership firms
  • Co operative society
  • All of them


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Q.5 The oldest form of business organisation is….

  • Partnership
  • Joint hindu family
  • Sole Proprietorship
  • All of them


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Q.6 In which of the following forms of business organization, registration is compulsory…

  • Partnership firm
  • Sole proprietorship
  • Joint-stock company
  • All of them


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Q.1 Substances in which medicament is either dissolved or suspended are… …

  • Elixirs
  • Vehicles
  • Emulsions
  • Mixtures


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Q.2 Alcoholic solutions of volatile substances or medicaments are…

  • Syrups
  • Spirits
  • Injections
  • Mixtures


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Q.3 Alcoholic or hydroalcoholic preparations of vegetable drugs are….

  • Syrups
  • Emulsions
  • Mixtures
  • Tinctures


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Q.4 Vaginal suppositories are also known as …

  • Gels
  • Liniments
  • Poultice
  • Pessaries


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Q.5 A book published by the government called as official books to prescribe the standards of purity and potency of the drugs is called… ..

  • Pharmacopoeia
  • Prescribed books
  • Prescription
  • Reference book


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Q.6 Protozoal infection is also known as… . .

  • Amoebiasis
  • Helminthiasis
  • Antiemetics
  • None of them


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Q.7 Worm infestation is also called ....

  • Amoebiasis
  • Helminthiasis
  • Antiemetics
  • None of them


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Q.8 Drugs used in treatment of worm infestation are called…

  • Local anaesthetic
  • Analgesics
  • Anthelmintics
  • Antiemetics


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Q.9 Substances which anesthetize the restricted area without making subject unconscious…

  • Local anaesthetic
  • Antiemetics
  • General anaesthetic
  • Analgesics


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Q.10 Drugs that cause evacuation of bowels or defecation are… . .

  • Purgatives
  • Antiemetics
  • Tranquilizers
  • Adsobent


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Q.1 Substances in which medicament is either dissolved or suspended are… …

  • Elixirs
  • Vehicles
  • Emulsions
  • Mixtures


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Q.2 Alcoholic solutions of volatile substances or medicaments are…

  • Syrups
  • Spirits
  • Injections
  • Mixtures


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Q.3 Alcoholic or hydroalcoholic preparations of vegetable drugs are….

  • Syrups
  • Emulsions
  • Mixtures
  • Tinctures


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Q.4 Vaginal suppositories are also known as …

  • Gels
  • Liniments
  • Poultice
  • Pessaries


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Q.5 A book published by the government called as official books to prescribe the standards of purity and potency of the drugs is called… ..

  • Pharmacopoeia
  • Prescribed books
  • Prescription
  • Reference book


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Q.6 Protozoal infection is also known as… . .

  • Amoebiasis
  • Helminthiasis
  • Antiemetics
  • None of them


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Q.7 Worm infestation is also called ....

  • Amoebiasis
  • Helminthiasis
  • Antiemetics
  • None of them


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Q.8 Drugs used in treatment of worm infestation are called…

  • Local anaesthetic
  • Analgesics
  • Anthelmintics
  • Antiemetics


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Q.9 Substances which anesthetize the restricted area without making subject unconscious…

  • Local anaesthetic
  • Antiemetics
  • General anaesthetic
  • Analgesics


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Q.10 Drugs that cause evacuation of bowels or defecation are… . .

  • Purgatives
  • Antiemetics
  • Tranquilizers
  • Adsobent


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Q.1 Substances in which medicament is either dissolved or suspended are… …

  • Elixirs
  • Vehicles
  • Emulsions
  • Mixtures


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Q.2 Alcoholic solutions of volatile substances or medicaments are…

  • Syrups
  • Spirits
  • Injections
  • Mixtures


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Q.3 Alcoholic or hydroalcoholic preparations of vegetable drugs are….

  • Syrups
  • Emulsions
  • Mixtures
  • Tinctures


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Q.4 Vaginal suppositories are also known as …

  • Gels
  • Liniments
  • Poultice
  • Pessaries


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Q.5 A book published by the government called as official books to prescribe the standards of purity and potency of the drugs is called… ..

  • Pharmacopoeia
  • Prescribed books
  • Prescription
  • Reference book


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Q.6 Protozoal infection is also known as… . .

  • Amoebiasis
  • Helminthiasis
  • Antiemetics
  • None of them


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Q.7 Worm infestation is also called ....

  • Amoebiasis
  • Helminthiasis
  • Antiemetics
  • None of them


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Q.8 Drugs used in treatment of worm infestation are called…

  • Local anaesthetic
  • Analgesics
  • Anthelmintics
  • Antiemetics


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Q.9 Substances which anesthetize the restricted area without making subject unconscious…

  • Local anaesthetic
  • Antiemetics
  • General anaesthetic
  • Analgesics


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Q.10 Drugs that cause evacuation of bowels or defecation are… . .

  • Purgatives
  • Antiemetics
  • Tranquilizers
  • Adsobent


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Q.1 An institution of community health is…

  • Hospital
  • Industries
  • Educational institutions
  • None of them


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Q.2 Functions of modern hospitals include…

  • Doctors & nurses receive training
  • Lowers the incidence of disease
  • Raises the quality of care & standards of medical practice
  • All of them


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Q.3 DGHS stands for…. . .

  • Director General of health services
  • Director General of habitual services
  • Director General of health society
  • Decorum General of health services


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Q.4 At the central government level, the health delivery system in the Constitution of India is…

  • Union ministry of health & family welfare
  • Ministry of health
  • DGHS
  • Health ministry welfare


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Q.5 DHO stands for …

  • District health officer
  • District hazard officer
  • District medical offence
  • District medical officer


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Q.6 The consumption of a drug apart from medical needs or in unnecessary quantities is…

  • Drug misuse
  • Drug habituation
  • Drug abuse
  • Drug addiction


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Q.7 The use of drugs for purposes for which they are unsuited even their appropriate use but in improper dosage is … .

  • Drug misuse
  • Drug abuse
  • Drug addiction
  • Drug habituation


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Q.1 Compared to subcutaneous injection, the intramus- cular injection of drugs:

  • Is more painful
  • Produces faster response
  • Is unsuitable for depot preparations
  • Carries greater risk of anaphylactic reaction


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Q.2 The majority of drugs cross biological membranes primarily by

  • Passive diffusion
  • Facilitated diffusion
  • Active transport
  • Pinocytosis


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Q.3 Which of the following drugs is most likely to be absorbed from the stomach

  • Hyoscine hydrobromide
  • Morphine sulfate
  • Diclofenac sodium
  • Quinine dihydrochloride


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Q.4 The most important factor governing absorption of a drug from intact skin is

  • Nature of the base used in the formulation
  • Lipid solubility of the drug
  • Molecular weight of the drug
  • Site of application


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Q.5 Bioavailability differences among oral formulations of a drug are most likely to occur if the drug

  • Undergoes little first-pass metabolism
  • Is incompletely absorbed
  • Is freely water soluble
  • Is completely absorbed


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Q.6 Marked redistribution is a feature of

  • Highly plasma protein bound drugs
  • Depot preparations
  • Highly lipid soluble drugs
  • Poorly lipid soluble drugs


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Q.7 High plasma protein binding

  • Increases volume of distribution of the drug
  • Generally makes the drug long acting
  • Facilitates glomerular filtration of the drug
  • Minimises drug interactions


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Q.8 Which of the following is a prodrug

  • Enalapril
  • Menapril
  • Thiazine
  • Penicillin


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Q.9 Microsomal enzyme induction can be a cause of

  • Tolerance
  • Physical dependence
  • Psychological dependence
  • Idiosyncrasy


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Q.10 Glomerular filtration of a drug is affected by its

  • Plasma protein binding
  • Lipid solubility
  • Degree of ionization
  • Rate of tubular secretion


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Q.1 Which of the following organs is innervated only by parasympathetic nerves

  • Sweat glands
  • Ciliary muscle
  • Iris muscles
  • Splenic capsule


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Q.2 The following cotransmitter is most probably involved in mediating nonadrenergic-noncholinergic (NANC) relaxation of the gut

  • Nitric oxide (NO)
  • Adenosine
  • Neuropeptide Y (NPY)
  • Kallidin


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Q.3 The major postjunctional cholinergic receptor is of the muscarinic type at the following site

  • Neuromuscular junction
  • Postganglionic parasympathetic
  • Adrenal medulla
  • Autonomic ganglia


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Q.4 The choline ester resistant to both true and pseudo- cholinesterase is

  • Bethanechol
  • Butyrylcholine
  • Methacholine
  • Benzoylcholine


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Q.5 The smooth muscle structure that is relaxed by choli- nergic drugs is

  • Colon
  • Gastric fundus
  • Bladder trigone
  • Major bronchi


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Q.6 Pilocarpine is used for

  • Glaucoma
  • Paralytic ileus
  • Urinary retention
  • Infection


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Q.7 The following inhibitor binds only to the ani-onic site of the cholinesterase enzyme

  • Neostigmine
  • Edrophonium
  • Physostigmine
  • Dyflos


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Q.8 Reactivation of cholinesterase enzyme occurs on hydrolysis of the inhibitor by the same enzyme mole- cule in case of the following anticholinesterase

  • Edrophonium
  • Dyflos
  • Tacrine
  • Neostigmine


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Q.9 Pyridostigmine differs from neostigmine in that

  • It produces less muscarinic side effects
  • It is more potent orally
  • It is longer acting
  • It does not have any direct action on NM receptor


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Q.10 The site of action of miotics for therapeutic effect in angle closure glaucoma is

  • Canal of Schlemm
  • Ciliary body
  • Ciliary muscle
  • Sphincter pupillae muscle


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Q.1 Labetalol differs from propranolol in that

  • It has additional α1 blocking property
  • It is a selective βS1 blocker
  • It does not undergo first pass metabolism
  • All of the above


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Q.2 Select the β-adrenergic blocker that has additional β1blocking, vasodilator and antioxidant properties

  • Celiprolol
  • Metoprolol
  • Carvedilol
  • Acebutolol


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Q.3 Select the β adrenergic blocker that is primarily eliminated unchanged by renal excretion

  • Atenolol
  • Carbinol
  • Ethanol
  • Dompirol


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Q.4 Select the ultrashort acting cardioselective β adre- nergic blocker

  • Carbinol
  • Ethanol
  • Esmolol
  • Propalol


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Q.5 The following disease is worsened by propranolol

  • Raynaud’s disease
  • Infection
  • Heart attack
  • Epilepsy


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Q.6 Select the drug which is administered orally for erectile dysfunction in men

  • Albendazole
  • Mebendazole
  • Cocaine
  • Sildenafil


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Q.7 Which of the following is a selective α1A receptor bloc- ker that affords symptomatic relief in benign prostatic hypertrophy without producing significant fall in blood pressure

  • Doxazosin
  • Alprostadil
  • Tamsulosin
  • Yohimbine


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Q.8 The bladder trigone and prostatic muscles are relaxed by

  • Adrenergic α1 agonists
  • Adrenergic α1 antagonists
  • Adrenergic α2 antagonists
  • Adrenergic α2 agonists


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Q.9 The drug which produces vasoconstriction despite being an α adrenergic blocker is

  • Tolazoline
  • Desmopressin
  • Ergotamine
  • Sildenafil


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Q.10 While undergoing a surgical procedure a patient deve- lops hypotension. Which drug can be injected intramuscularly to raise his BP

  • Noradrenaline
  • Mephentermine
  • Isoxsuprine
  • Oxymetazoline


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Q.1 Skin or bone is an example of what level of organization

  • organ
  • macromolecule
  • cell
  • tissue


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Q.2 Which one of the following traits is not a characteristic of life shared by all organisms?

  • growth
  • circulation
  • photosynthesis
  • digestion


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Q.3 Which of the following is the most complex level of organization?

  • macromolecule
  • organ
  • organ system
  • organelle


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Q.4 The ______________ of the body includes the head, neck, and trunk

  • dorsal cavity
  • axial portion
  • appendicular portion
  • ventral cavity


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Q.5 The _____________ cavity is the portion enclosed by the pelvic bones

  • abdominopelvic
  • abdominal
  • thoracic
  • pelvic


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Q.6 The lungs are covered by a membrane called the _____

  • parietal pleura
  • visceral pleura
  • parietal pericardium
  • peritoneum


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Q.7 The ______________ system includes all the glands that secrete hormones.

  • muscular
  • endocrine
  • nervous
  • lymphatic


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Q.8 A ______________ section divides the body into right and left portions.

  • sagittal
  • coronal
  • transverse
  • oblique


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Q.9 Anatomy is a term that means the study of _____.

  • physiology
  • human functions
  • morphology
  • cell functions


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Q.10 A study dealing with the explanations of how an organ works would be an example of _____

  • anatomy
  • physiology
  • cytology
  • teleology


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Q.1 Which of the following includes the other terms?

  • systm
  • cell
  • organ
  • tissue


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Q.2 Which of the following terms means the same as ventral in humans?

  • posterior
  • anterior
  • dorsal
  • medial


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Q.3 The chin can be described as being on the _____ surface of the skull.

  • inferior
  • lateral
  • superior
  • ventral


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Q.4 Which of the following terms cannot be properly paired?

  • cranial, skull
  • nasal, buccal
  • orbital, eyes
  • frontal, forehead


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Q.5 Which term refers to the back of the knee?

  • popliteal
  • pelvic
  • pedal
  • perineal


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Q.6 Which types of neurons are likely to increase muscular activities?

  • bipolar neurons
  • inhibitory neurons
  • sensory neurons
  • accelerator neurons


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Q.7 When a neuron reaches action potential, it depolarizes and repolarizes in an amount of time on the order of _____________

  • seconds
  • miliseconds
  • microseconds
  • nanoseconds


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Q.8 Which structure within the cell produces ATP (adenosine triphosphate)?

  • the mitochondria
  • the nucleus
  • peripheral proteins
  • the endoplasmic reticulum


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Q.9 In which part of a cell does the process of making ATP from oxygen and glucose take place?

  • lysosomes
  • ribosome
  • mitochondria
  • dna


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Q.10 Which cell organelles contain an acidic environment capable of digesting a wide variety of molecules?

  • Ribosomes
  • Mesosomes
  • Goglgi apparatus
  • Lysosomes


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Q.1 BID in pharmaceutical terms refers to which of the following? 

  • Twice a day
  • Thrice a day
  • Twice a week
  • After two days


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Q.2 Latin term "Infricandus" means the following dosage form,

  • to be spread on
  • to be applied on
  • to be inhaled
  • to be rubbed on


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Q.3 Latin term "inhalateur" means the following

  • to be inhaled
  • to be taken
  • to be swalloed
  • to be injected


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Q.4 Latin term "Utendus" means the following

  • to be dissolved
  • to be used
  • to be discarded
  • to be inhaled


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Q.5 Latin term "talis / tales / talia" means the following

  • such
  • as
  • after
  • before


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Q.6 Latin term "mitte" means the following

  • inject
  • give
  • send
  • take


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Q.7 hora somni meaning

  • at bedtime
  • at sunrise
  • after meal
  • at meal


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Q.8 Latin shortform for "three times a day" is

  • b.i.d.
  • t.i.d.
  • f.i.d
  • h.s.


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Q.9 "ante cibum" refer to

  • with milk
  • after meal
  • before meal
  • with water


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Q.10 "oculus sinister" is used to indiacate

  • right eye
  • left eye
  • right ear
  • left ear


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Q.1 To identify the emulsion type, which of the following tests are conducted?

  • Conductivity test
  • Sedimentation test
  • Tensile strength
  • Bioadhesion


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Q.2 Which of the following is not used as an emulsifying agent?

  • Finely divided solids
  • Surfactant
  • Hydrophilic colloid
  • Electrolytes


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Q.3 Which of the following is not a semisolid dosage form?

  • Cream
  • Solution
  • Paste
  • Gel


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Q.4 Generally pastes contain

  • Very low percentage of insoluble solids
  • Low percentage of insoluble solids
  • High percentage of insoluble solids
  • soluble solids


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Q.5 In the preparation of vanishing creams, which types of bases are used generally?

  • Water removable bases
  • Absorption base
  • Hydrocarbon base
  • Oily base


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Q.6 In the preparation of cold creams, which types of bases are used generally?

  • Fatty base
  • Hydrocarbon base
  • Water removable bases
  • Absorption base


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Q.7 Water soluble bases are also known as

  • Greasy ointment bases
  • Greaseless ointment bases
  • Water removable base
  • None of them


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Q.8 A suppository is generally intended for use in

  • Rectum
  • Ear
  • Nose
  • Mouth


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Q.9 .Vaginal suppositories also called as

  • Simple suppositories
  • Bougies
  • Pessaries
  • Soft tablet


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Q.10 Which of the following method is used to manufacture suppositories

  • Compression molding
  • Dissolution
  • Sterilisation
  • Disinfection


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Q.1 Who is the father of medicine………

  • Luther
  • Hippocrates
  • Pastuer
  • Bohr


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Q.2 The first edition of IP was published in …

  • 1955
  • 1965
  • 1975
  • 1985


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Q.3 The seventh edition of IP was published in …

  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014


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Q.4 The “Pharmacy Act” came in force in ….

  • 1947
  • 1948
  • 1949
  • 1950


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Q.5 Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) was established in …..

  • 1947
  • 1948
  • 1949
  • 1950


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Q.6 What is USP?

  • The United States Pharmacology
  • The United States Pharmacopoeia
  • The United States Pharmcy
  • The United States Pharmacy Department


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Q.7 Drugs converted to suitable form are known as

  • Dosage form
  • Excipients
  • API
  • Diluents


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Q.8 Simple syrup is a saturated solution of…

  • Fructose
  • Mannose
  • Glucose
  • Sucrose


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Q.9 When two or more drugs are used in combination to increase the pharmacological action, the phenomenon is known as ………

  • Potentisation
  • Combination
  • Synergism
  • Antagonism


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Q.10 When the action of the drug is opposed by the other drug, the the phenomenon is known as

  • Antagonism
  • Synergism
  • Opposition
  • Potentisation


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Q.1 Which of the following is a function of the skeletal system?

  • haemopoiesis
  • haemostasis
  • peristalsis
  • glycogenolysis


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Q.2 In which of the following bone structures do osteocytes live?

  • canaliculi
  • osteons
  • lacunae
  • lamellae


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Q.3 Which bone is most superior?

  • cervical vertebra
  • patella
  • manubrium
  • occipital bone


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Q.4 What is a “trochanter”?

  • projection that forms part of an articulation
  • part of a femur
  • groove in which lies a tendon
  • a feature of the pelvis


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Q.5 One of the functions of bones is to make red blood cells. What is this process known as?

  • Haemopoiesis
  • Haematuria
  • Haemostasis
  • Haemolysis


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Q.6 Where do osteocytes reside?

  • In lamellae
  • In lacunae
  • In trabeculae
  • In endosteum


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Q.7 Which one of the following is a bone that is embedded within a tendon?

  • hyoid
  • sesamoid
  • sphenoid
  • ethmoid


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Q.8 Which bone of the head has a synovial joint?

  • The mandible
  • The sphenoid
  • The maxilla
  • The hyoid


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Q.9 What are the bones of the fingers known as?

  • carpals
  • phalanges
  • short bones
  • metacarpals


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Q.10 Which of the following comprise seven bones?

  • Cranial bones
  • Carpals
  • Lumbar vertebrae
  • Cervical vertebrae


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Q.1 The process occurring in the presence of oxygen is called… ..

  • Anaerobic
  • Aerobic
  • Glycogenic
  • Microaerophilic


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Q.2 The process occuring in the absence of oxygen is called… .

  • Anaerobic
  • Aerobic
  • Glycogenic
  • Microaerophilic


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Q.3 Enzymatic hydrolysis of major nutrients in GIT to yield their simpler components is .....

  • Fermentation
  • Deglutition
  • Glycolysis
  • Digestion


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Q.4 Amino acids with carbon chains that can be metabolically converted into glucose or glycogen are called… .

  • Metagenic amino acids
  • Glucogenic amino acids
  • Ketogenic amino acids
  • Glutamic amino acids


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Q.5 Amino acids with carbon chains that can be metabolically converted into ketone bodies are called… .

  • Metagenic amino acids
  • Glucogenic amino acids
  • Ketogenic amino acids
  • Glutamic amino acids


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Q.6 The water soluble fuels which are overproduced during fasting or in untreated diabetes mellitus are called… . .

  • Melanin bodies
  • Ketone bodies
  • Glucose bodies
  • Citrate bodies


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Q.7 Energy yielding anaerobic breakdown of glucose yielding lactate, ethanol with some other products is… . ..

  • Protein fermentation
  • Fat metabolism
  • Glucose fermentation
  • Nucleic acid fermentation


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Q.8 The biosynthesis of carbohydrates from simpler, non carbohydrate precursors is… . .

  • Gluconeogenesis
  • Glycogenolysis
  • Thermogenesis
  • Glycogenesis


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Q.9 An oxidative pathway of glucose-6-phosphate is also known as…

  • Phosphogluconate pathway
  • Pentose phosphate pathway
  • Hexose monophosphate pathway
  • All of them


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Q.10 The process of breakdown of glycogen to blood glucose is … . .

  • Gluconeogenesis
  • Glycogenesis
  • Thermogenesis
  • Glycogenolysis


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Q.1 Which of the following is not an aspect of the pathophysiology in disease

  • Morphological changes
  • Therapeutic treatment
  • Causes
  • Pathogenesis


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Q.2 Which of the following is a cell death

  • Apoptosis
  • Gluconeogenesis
  • Glycogenesis
  • Lipolysis


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Q.3 Which of the following is physical agent of cell injury?

  • Dil. HCl
  • Hypoxia
  • Viruses
  • Hot Surface


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Q.4 Hypoxia is occurs in following condition except

  • Anaemia
  • Thyroid disease
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Lung disease


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Q.5 Iatrogenic causes means

  • Cell injury by Pharmacist
  • Cell injury by Nurse
  • Cell injury by Physician
  • None of the above


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Q.6 Adaptation means reversible change in

  • Functions of cell
  • Size of cell
  • Phenotype of cell
  • All of the above


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Q.7 Which of the above is not a cellular adaptation?

  • Hyperplasia
  • Hypertrophy
  • Hypoplasia
  • Metaplasia


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Q.8 Ischemia causes following except

  • Increase Cytosolic Calcium
  • Detachment of Ribosome
  • Decrease in activity of Na pump
  • Increase Anaerobic Glycolysis


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Q.9 Loss of Calcium Homeostasis leads to

  • Decrease ATP Production
  • Nuclear Damage
  • Membrane Damage
  • All of the above


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Q.10 Cell mediated immunity is derived from

  • T cells
  • Monocytes
  • Eosinophils
  • B cells


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Q.1 Redness in inflammation is occur due to

  • Vasodilation
  • migration of leukocytes
  • Increase hydro static pressure
  • Vasoconstriction


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Q.2 Swelling in inflammation is also called

  • Vasodilation of blood vessels in dermis
  • Infiltration of neutrophil
  • Edema
  • Ischemia


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Q.3 The edema is most likely the result of

  • Increased vascular permeability
  • Increased arterial hydrostatic pressure
  • Vasodilation
  • All of the above


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Q.4 The cell which lost ability to proliferate is called

  • Stable
  • Labile
  • Permanant
  • All of the above


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Q.5 Which of the following factors are delay the healing process?

  • Movement
  • Infection
  • Poor blood supply
  • All of the above


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Q.6 EGF stands for

  • Edema growth factor
  • Enzyme growth factor
  • Energy growth factor
  • Epithelial growth factor


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Q.7 Prostaglandins (PGs) are

  • LOX pathway product
  • Cytokinines
  • Vasoactiveamines
  • COX pathway product


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Q.8 CD8+ cell is also called

  • Cytotoxic T cells
  • Helper B cell
  • Helper T cell
  • Cell None of above


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Q.9 HLA stands for

  • Human leukocyte Antigen
  • Human leukocyte Antibody
  • Human leukocyte Agent
  • Human leukotrine Antigen


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Q.10 What do you mean by autoimmune diseases?

  • Increase ability to identify between self & non -self
  • Decrease ability to identify between self & non -self
  • Hypo activity of immune responses
  • Hyper activity of immune responses


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Q.1 Which of the following Antibody involve in Type-I ypersensitivity reaction?

  • IgG
  • IgA
  • IgE
  • IgM


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Q.2 Which immunoglobin is react with allergens?

  • IgE
  • IgM
  • IgA
  • IgD


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Q.3 Rheumatoid Arthritis is a example of

  • Type I Hypersnsitivity
  • Type II Hypersnsitivity
  • Type III Hypersnsitivity
  • Type IV Hypersnsitivity


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Q.4 Which of the following part of the HIV is bind to CD4 receptor of of T per cell?

  • gp120
  • gp12000
  • gp12
  • gp1200


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Q.5 HIV AIDS is a ____ disease.

  • Autoimmune
  • Hyper immunity
  • Immunodeficiency
  • All of above


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Q.6 __________ protein transfer thyroxine & retinol.

  • TTR
  • AL
  • APrP
  • TLS


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Q.7 Which of the following is not a type of cellular adaptation?

  • Hypertrophy
  • Superplasia
  • Hyperplasia
  • Atrophy


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Q.8 The common cause of atrophy are as follows except

  • Decreased work load
  • Loss of innovation
  • Stimulation of endocrine hormone release
  • Inadequate nutrition


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Q.9 Which enzymes are responsible for removal of free radical

  • Superoxide dismutase
  • Peroxidase
  • Catalase
  • All of the above


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Q.10 Cell swelling is a result of

  • Decreased protein synthesis
  • Decreased lactic acid secretion
  • Decreased activity of sodium pump
  • Increased glycogen production


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