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Supplementary BDS III (Third) Prof. Annual
Examination 2015-16
Course Code: BDS302
Paper ID: S313202
General Surgery
Time: 3 Hours
Max. Marks: 70
Note: Attempt all questions.
Part-A
1.
Define and classify ulcer. Describe management of
carcinoma of tongue.
(8)
2.
Enumerate causes of parotid swelling. Describe clinical
features, pathology and treatment of mixed parotid
tumour.
(8)
3.
a)
b)
c)
4.
Write short notes on:
Ranula
Dentigerous cyst
Ludwig’s Angina
Select the best answer for each question: -
i)
(3x3=9)
(2x5=10)
A cold abscess beneath the skin:
a)
Is treated with penicillin
b)
Should be incised immediately
c)
Is caused by frostbite
d)
Is due to tuberculosis
ii) Neuropraxia characteristically is:
a)
Intrathecal rupture of nerve fibres within intact sheath
b)
Physiological paralysis of the intact nerve fibers
c)
Partial or complete division of nerve sheath and fibers
d)
Followed by degeneration of axons
iii) All of the following are features of branchial cyst except:
a)
Develops from second cleft
b)
It is lined by squamous epithelium
c)
It contains cholesterol crystals
d)
Selling characteristically appears at the anterior
border of lower end of sternomastoid muscle
iii)
iv) Following arteries supplies thyroid gland except:
a)
Superior thyroid artery
b)
Middle thyroid artery
c)
Inferior thyroid artery
d)
Thyroidea ima artery
v) Signs associated with significant acute blood loss include all
except:
a)
Pallor and sweating
b)
Pulse rate > 100/minute
c)
Crepitus
d)
Systolic B.P.< 100 mm Hg.
Part-B
1.
Describe the lymphatic drainage of neck, clinical feature and
treatment of tubercular lymphadenitis of neck.
(8)
2.
Classify jaw Swellings. Describe clinical features and
treatment of Ameloblastoma.
(8)
3.
Write short notes on
a) Carotid body tumour
b) Lepromatous leprosy
c) Complications of blood transfusion
(3x3=9)
4.
Write most appropriate response: -
(2x5=10)
i) The term cellulitis means:
a)
Inflammation of the bone marrow
b)
Inflammation of the mastoid air cells
c)
Inflammation of subcutaneous tissues
d)
Inflammation of the skin by giant cells
ii)
iv)
v)
Border’s grading of malignant tumours depends on:
a) The degree of spread of tumour in the lymphatics
b) The clinical grading of carcinoma of the breast
c) The degree of differentiation of the cells shown
microscopically
d) An operative grading for carcinoma of breast
A thiersch graft is a:
a) Pinch skin graft
b) Pedicle graft
c) Small full thickness skin graft
d) Partial thickness skin graft
Blood for transfusion should be stored at:
a) – 20 degree Celsius
b) + 4 degree Celsius to +14 degree Celsius
c) +2 degree Celsius to +6 degree Celsius
d) -5 degree Celsius to 0 degree Celsius
A green stick fracture:
a) Occurs chiefly in the elderly
b) Is a fracture where part of the cortex is intact and part
is cracked
c) Is a fatigue fracture
d) Is spiral fracture of tubular bone