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[KT 547] AUGUST 2008 Sub.

Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Write the differential diagnosis of Red eye and management of acute congestive
attack of angle closure glaucoma.
2. Describe in detail aetiology, classification, clinical features and management of
optic neuritis.

II. Write Short notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)


1. Disciform Keratitis.
2. Chalazion.
3. Leukocoria in children.
4. Orbital cellulitis.
5. Extraocular muscles.
6. Vision 2020.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Two causes of defective dark adaptation.
2. Two surgical techniques to correct Myopia.
3. Components of SAFE strategy.
4. Name the parameters used to calculate intraocular lens power.
5. Two features of granulomatous uveitis.
6. Fundus in Grade 4 hypertensive retinopathy.
7. Two drugs causing Toxic optic neuropathy.
8. Field defect n occipital lobe infarct.
9. Name two procedures done with Nd-YAG laser.
10. Treatment schedule for xeropthalmia.

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[KU 547] FEBRUARY 2009 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Describe the etiology, clinical features and management of Hypopyon corneal ulcer.
2. Discuss the etiology, clinical features field defects and management of primary open
angle glaucoma.

II. Write Short notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)


1. Spring catarrh.
2. Episcleritis.
3. Complicated cataract.
4. Symblepharon
5. Indications of keratoplasty.
6. Types of blindness and WHO definition of blindness.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Two causes of Night blindness.
2. Two cycloplegic drugs.
3. Two syndromes associated with subluxated lens.
4. Two absolute indications of enucleation.
5. Two causes of cherry red spot.
6. Draw diagram of cross section of upper lid.
7. Layers and function of tear film.
8. Elevators of upper lid and their nerve supply.
9. Diagnostic criteria of acute retrobulbar neuritis.
10. Advantages of phacoemulsification.

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[KV 547] AUGUST 2009 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Aetiology, clinical features and treatment of retinal detachment.
2. Aetiology, clinical features and treatment of chronic decryocystitis.

II. Write Short notes on : (6 x 5 = 50)


1. Clinical features of viral keratitis.
2. Viscoelastics.
3. Hardeolum externum.
4. Goals of vision 2020.
5. Treatment of pterygium.
6. Causes or variations in intraocular pressure in iridocyclitis.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Definition of retinoscopy.
2. What is scotoma and its types?
3. Advantages of indirect ophthalmoscopy.
4. Argyll Robertson pupil.
5. Intra vitreal drugs in enoophthalmitis.
6. Causes of cherry red spot.
7. Two causes of axial proptosis.
8. Causes of entropion.
9. Causes of tubular vision.
10. Colour vision tests.
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[KW 547] FEBRUARY 2010 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Describe the aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment of hypopyon corneal
ulcer.
2. Describe the pathogenesis, classification, clinical features and management of diabetic
retinopathy.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Acute congestive glaucoma.
2. Ophthalmia neonatorum.
3. After cataract.
4. Recurrent pterygium.
5. Eye banking.
6. Sympathetic ophthalmia.
7. Pathological myopia.
8. Malignant tumours of the eye lid.
9. Orbital cellulities.
10. Toxic optic neuropathies.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Sturm’s conoid.
2. Blepharitis.
3. Rubeosis iridis.
4. Lens induced glaucoma.
5. National programme for control of blindness.
6. Phacoemulsification.
7. Causes of tubular vision.
8. Detachment of retina.
9. Advantages of indirect ophthalmoscopy.
10. Chronic dacryocystitis.

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[KX 547] AUGUST 2010 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Enumerate the pre-operative investigations for Cataract Surgery.
2. Discuss clinical features, management of acute congestive Glaucoma.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Clinical features and management of Herpes Zoster ophthalmicus.
2. Sympathetic Ophthalmitis.
3. Ophthalmia Neonatorum.
4. Sturm’s Conoid.
5. Fundus picture in central retinal artery occlusion.
6. Pterygeum.
7. Dry eye.
8. Acanth ameba keratitis.
9. Vitreous Hemorrhage.
10. Causes of Cherry red spot.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Indications for Keratoplasty.
2. Legal Blindness.
3. Vitamin A prophylaxis.
4. Mention various antiglaucoma drugs.
5. After cataract.
6. Mention different surgeries for Retinal Detachment.
7. Keratic precipitates.
8. Management of Absolute Glaucoma.
9. Mention 4 causes of dislocation of lens.
10. Keratoconus.

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[KZ 547] AUGUST 2011 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Discuss the aetiology, clinical features, investigations and management of chronic
dacryocystitis.
2. Describe the pathogenesis, classification and clinical features and management of
diabetic retinopathy.
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Aetiology and complications of blepharoptosis.
2. Aetiology, signs and treatment of spring catarrh.
3. Discuss ocular manifestations and management of Vitamin A deficiency.
4. Discuss features and management of episcleritis.
5. Classify Uveitis and describe the management of acute iridocyclitis.
6. Discuss the management of acute angle closure glaucoma.
7. Classification and clinical features of hypermetropia.
8. Describe the fundus picture in AIDS.
9. Write briefly on Acanthameba keratitis.
10. Discuss different diagnosis of leucocoria.
III. Short Answer Questions : (15 x 2 = 30)
1. Two causes of Rubeosis Iridis.
2. Two advantages of indirect ophthalmoscopy.
3. Mention four mydriatics.
4. Two main advantages of phacoemulsification.
5. Two differences between granulomatous and non-granulomatous uveitis.
6. W.H.O. definition of blindness.
7. Four visual field defects in open angle glaucoma.
8. Four differences between papilloedema and papillitis.
9. Describe the layers and functions of tear film.
10. Two anti-glaucoma surgeries.
11. Mention two causes of toxic optic neuropathies.
12. Write about siderosis bulbi.
13. Write about varieties of retinal detachment.
14. Draw a diagram of strum’s conoid.
15. Classify diplopia with one example for each.

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[LA 547] FEBRUARY 2012 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on :
1. Define Glaucoma – Describe the clinical features and investigations and treatment of
primary open Angle Glaucoma (POAG). (10 x 1 = 10)
2. Define Retinal detachment0, Aetiology, types, Clinical Features, investigation and
treatment of Retinal Detachment. (1 x 7.5 = 7.5)
II. Write notes on: (10 x 1.5 = 15)
1. Draw cross section of the upper lid anatomy
2. Define ophthalmia Neonatorum and management
3. Aetiology, signs and treatment of phlyctenxular conjunctivitis
4. Lens induced Glaucoma
5. Describe the retinal function tests
6. Classify Uveitis, management and complications of acute iridocyclitis
7. Various lasers used in ophthalmology
8. Pathological myopia – recent trends in myopia correction
9. Clinical features and management of Orbital Cellulitis
10. Goals of Vision 2020.
III. Short Answers on : (15 x 0.5 = 7.5)
1. Viral infection of cornea
2. Antimetabolites in ophthalmology
3. Two syndrome associated with subluxated lenses
4. Advantages of Phaco emulsification
5. Newer drugs in Glaucoma
6. Merits of Indirect Ophthalmoscopy
7. Anisometropia
8. Indications and types of keratoplasty
9. Two causes of tubular vision
10. Intravitrial drugs used in Endophthalmitis
11. WHO classification of trachoma
12. Two causes of Bilateral Proptosis
13. Two differences between Papillitis and Papilloedema
14. Two syndromes associated with retinitis Pigmentosa
15. Berlin’s Oedema.

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[LB 547] AUGUST 2012 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: Pages Time Marks
(Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
1. Describe the clinical features diagnosis and management
of senile cataract. 16 25 10
2. Aetiology, clinical features and treatment of chronic dacrocystitis. 16 25 7.5
II. Write Notes on:
1. Medical management of primary open angle glaucoma. 3 8 1.5
2. Prevention and management of corneal ulcer perforation. 3 8 1.5
3. Granulomatious uveitis - clinical features and management. 3 8 1.5
4. Managment of diabetic retinopathy. 3 8 1.5
5. Hypermetropia –management. 3 8 1.5
6. Sympathetic ophthalmia and its management. 3 8 1.5
7. Causes for blindness—management of trachoma. 3 8 1.5
8. Clinical features and management of congenital glaucoma. 3 8 1.5
9. Viral keratits - clinical features. 3 8 1.5
10. Ophthalmia neonatorum and its management. 3 8 1.5
III. Short Answers on:
1. Two differences between pterygium and pseudopterygium. 1 5 0.5
2. Name two tests for colour vision. 1 5 0.5
3. Probable causes for congenital cataract. 1 5 0.5
4. Types of lenses used for correcting astigmatism. 1 5 0.5
5. Difference between papillodema and papillitis. 1 5 0.5
6. Use of Fincham test. 1 5 0.5
7. Difference between cupuliform cataract and cuneiform cataract. 1 5 0.5
8. What is siderosis? What is chalcosis? 1 5 0.5
9. Two bacterial organisms which can penetrate intact cornea. 1 5 0.5
10. What is entropion? Different types of entropion. 1 5 0.5
11. Two causes of sudden painless loss of vision. 1 5 0.5
12. Accomodation- changes occurring in the eye. 1 5 0.5
13. Curable causes of blindness?
What is preventable blindness, give example for each. 1 5 0.5
14. Hordeolum externum and its management. 1 5 0.5
15.What is ptosis? Name two different types of ptosis. 1 5 0.5
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[LC 547] FEBRUARY 2013 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Differential diagnosis of red eye. How will you manage acute congestive glaucoma?
2. What are all the ocular manifestation of tuberculosis.

II. Write notes on: (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Causes complication and management of ectropion.
2. Clinical features, prophylaxis and management of Vitamin A deficiency.
3. Circulation of aqueous humor.
4. Anatomy of lacrimal drainage system.
5. Causes, clinical appearance and management of complicated cataract.
6. Different types of hypermetropia.
7. Types of optic atrophy.
8. Fundus findings in central retinal vein occlusion.
9. Clinical features and management of herpes simplex keratitis.
10. How will you test pupil? Why it is important?

II. Short Answers on: (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Causes for symblepharon.
2. What is vossius ring?
3. What are the characteristics of physiological cup of optic nerve head?
4. What is ocular hypertension?
5. Name two syndrome associated with uveitis.
6. Name joint disorder often associated with uveitis.
7. Name the common fungi which frequently produce hypopion corneal ulcer.
8. What is Hutchinson triad?
9. What is the characteristics histopathology of Retinoblastoma.
10. What are all the grades of binocular vision.

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[LD 547] AUGUST 2013 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 7.5 = 15)
1. Describe aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment of hypopyon corneal
ulcer.
2. Describe the classification, clinical features of Hypertensive Retinopathy.
II. Write notes on: (10 x 1.5 = 15)
1. Lens induced glaucoma
2. Complicated cataract
3. Staphyloma
4. Management of Absolute glaucoma
5. Hypermetropia management
6. Acanthamoeba keratitis
7. Photocoagulation
8. Central Retinal Artery Occlusion
9. Vision 2020
10. Indication for keratoplasty.

III. Short answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Causes of aphakia
2. Antimetabolites in Ophthalmology
3. Treatment for Chronic Dacrocystitis
4. Keratoconus
5. Newer Drugs in glaucoma
6. Spring Catarrh
7. Four causes for dislocated lens
8. Vitamin A prophylaxis
9. Legal Blindness
10. Causes for Tubular Vision.

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[LE 547] FEBRUARY 2014 Sub. Code : 4071

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524071
Time : Three hours Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 7.5 = 15)
1. What are the causes of sudden loss of vision, what are the signs and management of
retinal detachment.
2. Etiopathogensis of Acute iridocyclitis. How will you manage.

II. Write notes on: (10 x 1.5 = 15)


1. Clinical features of Pseudophakia
2. Causes and management of Spring Catarrh
3. Management of Keratoconus
4. Causes and investigation of Chalazion
5. Post operative Complications of cataract surgery.
6. Management of Chronic dacryocystitis.
7. Fundus features of diabetic retinopathy
8. Management of fascicular ulcer.
9. Types of astigmatism
10. Cause & management of Geographical ulcer.

III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Causes of Shallow anterior chamber
2. Causes of Symblepharon
3. Define ptosis
4. Common fungi affecting the cornea
5. Mention two gram negative micro organisms
6. Mention four signs of thyroid ophthalmopathy
7. Mention two common types of Congenital Cataract
8. Advantages of indirect ophthalmoscope
9. What is buphthalmos
10. Name two eye drops used to treat open angle glaucoma.

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[LG 547] FEBRUARY 2015 Sub. Code: 4071

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
PAPER I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q.P. Code: 524071
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 40 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. Mention the causes of gradual loss of vision and discuss the management of
senile cortical cataract.

II. Write notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Hypermetropia.

2. Esotropia.

3. Keratic precipitates.

4. Describe field defects in chronic simple Glaucoma with diagram.

5. Marcus Gunn pupil.

III. Short answers on : (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Axial biometry.

2. Causes of cherry red spot.

3. What is evisceration? Give two indications for evisceration.

4. Define social blindness and legal blindness.

5. Atropine.

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[LH 547] AUGUST 2015 Sub. Code: 4071

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
PAPER I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q.P. Code: 524071
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 40 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. Clinical features, diagnosis, investigations and management of corneal ulcer.

II. Write notes on : (5 x 4 = 20)


1. Ophthalmia Neonatorum.

2. Describe Fundus picture in Retinitis Pigmentosa.

3. Endophthalmitis.

4. Vitreous Haemorrhage.

5. Ocular manifestations of Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome.

III. Short answers on : (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Name the layers of cornea.

2. Draw the optical diagram of Emmetropia, Hypermetropia and myopia.

3. Scleromalacia Perforans.

4. Types of Iredectomy.

5. Causes of childhood blindness.

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[LI 547] FEBRUARY 2016 Sub. Code: 4071

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
PAPER I – OPHTHALMOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 524071
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)
1. Differential diagnosis of red eye. How will you manage acute congestive Glaucoma?

II. Write notes on: (4 x 5 = 20)

1. Describe uses of fluorescein in ophthalmology.

2. Lagophthalmos.

3. Subluxation of Lens.

4. Describe anatomy of cornea.

5. Aphakia.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Iris nodules.

2. Presbyopia.

3. Mention three causes for preventable blindness.

4. Phlycten.

5. Cycloplegics.

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[LJ 547] AUGUST 2016 Sub.Code :4071

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
PAPER I - OPHTHALMOLOGY

Q.P. Code: 524071


Time: Three hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. Write an essay on optic atrophy, its management.

II. Write notes on: (5 x 4 = 20)

1. Sturm’s conoid
2. Congenital dacryocystitis
3. Entropion – classification, complication, management
4. Herpes simplex keratitis
5. Optic neuritis

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 =10)

1. Clinical features of complicated cataract.


2. Preservation of donor cornea.
3. Define legal blindness .
4. Causes of vitreous hemorrhage.
5. Differential diagnosis of limbal nodule.

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[LK 547] FEBRUARY 2017 Sub.Code :5071

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER I – OPHTHALMOLOGY

Q.P. Code: 525071


Time: Three hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. Bacterial corneal ulcer – aetiopathogenesis and management.

II. Write notes on: (5 x 4 = 20)

1. Treatment for myopia.


2. Endophthalmitis.
3. Field defects in primary open angle glaucoma.
4. Abnormalities of pupillary reflex.
5. Retinopathy of prematurity.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 =10)


 
1. Anti VEGF (Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor) agents.
2. Hypermature cataract.
3. Applanation tonometry.
4. Nyctalopia.
5. Posterior synechiae.

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[LL 547] AUGUST 2017 Sub.Code :5071

M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


THIRD YEAR
PART I
PAPER I – OPHTHALMOLOGY

Q.P. Code: 525071


Time: Three hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. Discuss in detail about Retinal Detachment (RD).

II. Write notes on: (5 x 4 = 20)

1. Vision 2020.
2. Keratoconus.
3. Staphylomas.
4. Hypertensive iridocyclitic crisis.
5. Management of open angle glaucoma.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 =10)


 
1. Two uses of Electroretinography (ERG).
2. Two anti mitotic drugs (anti-metabolites).
3. Two dyes used for corneal staining.
4. Two types of tonometry.
5. Two indications for evisceration.

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[KT 548] AUGUST 2008 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Discuss the aetiopathogenesis, Clinical features and Management of tubotympanic
type of chronic suppurative ottitis media.
2. Discuss the aetiology, pathogenesis, Clinical features and Management of
Retropharyngeal abcess.

II. Write Short notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)


1. Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma.
2. Mention the causes for a white patch over the tonsil.
3. Draw a neat labelled diagram of middle ear cleft.
4. Aetiology, Clinical features and Management of Antrochoanal polyp.
5. Management of Atrophic rhinitis.
6. Discuss the difference between SMR and septoplasty.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Caloric Test.
2. Causes of Reactionary haemorrhage after tonsillectomy.
3. Mention the arteries involved in kiesselback’s plexus.
4. Rhine’s Test.
5. Management of septal haematoma.
6. Mention the any four causes of Sensory Neural Hearing loss.
7. Components of waldeyers ring.
8. Mention the different types of perforations of Tympanic Membrane.
9. Indications for radical Mastoidectomy.
10. Rhinolith.

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[KU 548] FEBRUARY 2009 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Discuss the aetiopathology of conductive deafness.
Describe the types of tympanoplasty.
2. Discuss the aetiopathology of malignant tumors of the maxilla.
Add a note on investigations and its surgical management.

II. Write Short notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)


1. Nasal polyposis.
2. Rhinosporidiosis.
3. Benign tumors of the larynx.
4. Labyrinthitis.
5. Seasonal allergic rhinitis.
6. Investigations for dysphagia.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Ludwig’s angina.
2. Tracheostomy.
3. Laryngomalacea.
4. Osteomeatal complex.
5. Sphenoid sinus.
6. Parapharyngeal space.
7. Petrositis.
8. Otomycosis.
9. Inverted papilloma.
10. Caloric tests.

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[KV 548] AUGUST 2009 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. What are the causes of Epistaxis?
Describe the Clinical features and Management of Juvenile Nasopharyngeal
Angiofibroma.
2. Describe the etiology, pathology, clinical features and management of otosclerosis.

II. Write Short notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)


1. Plummer winson syndrome.
2. Furuncle of Ear.
3. Antral wash.
4. Complications of tonsillectomy.
5. Otomycosis.
6. Bell’s palsy.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Antrochoanal polyp.
2. Keratosis tonsil.
3. Strictures of oesophagus.
4. Referred otalgia.
5. Oral submucous fibrosis.
6. Indications for caldwel-luc operation.
7. Pre malignant conditions of larynx.
8. Tuning fork tests.
9. Myringotomy.
10. Septoplasty.

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[KW 548] FEBRUARY 2010 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. What is cholesteatoma?
Describe its pathogenesis, etiology, clinical features and management.
2. A male patient aged 60 yrs chronic smoker, comes with hoarseness of voice of 1 year
duration. How do you investigate and treat him.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Middle ear cleft.
2. Physiology of nose.
3. Glue ear.
4. Retro pharyngeal abscess.
5. Extra cranial complications of chronic suppurative otitis media.
6. Ethmoidal polyposis.
7. Hearing loss.
8. Vocal nodule.
9. Deviated nasal septum.
10. Vocal cord paralysis.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Perforations of tympanic membrane.
2. Gradenigo’s syndrome.
3. Otalgia.
4. Nasopharyngeal tonsil.
5. Complications of septal surgery.
6. Nasal myiasis.
7. Heimlich manoeure.
8. PV syndrome (Plummer Vinson syndrome).
9. Juvenile papilloma of larynx.
10. Tymanogram
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[KX 548] AUGUST 2010 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. What is Stridor?
Enumerate the causes of Stridor.
Describe briefly the management modalities of Stridor.
2. Mention the differential diagnosis of white patch in Tonsil.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Functional Endoscopic sinus surgery.
2. Stapedial reflex.
3. Scarlet Fever.
4. Septal Haematoma.
5. CROUP.
6. Lateral wall of Nasal cavity.
7. Atrophic rhinitis.
8. Physiology of Hearing.
9. Pure tone audiometry.
10. Leukoplakia.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Mention two premalignant lesions of oral cavity.
2. Mention any two tuning fork tests.
3. Mention two important causes of Sinusitis.
4. Any two clinical findings in nasal cavity of a patient suffering from allergic rhinitis.
5. Tracheostomy.
6. Two absolute indications for tonsillectomy.
7. Two causes for perichondritis of pinnae.
8. Four modalities for tonsillectomy.
9. Two surgical approaches to maxillary sinus.
10. Tympanoplasty.

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[KY 548] FEBRUARY 2011 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Describe the diagnosis, complications and treatment of acute follicular tonsillitis.
2. Give an account of aetiology, clinical features and treatment of Glue Ear.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Nasal cholesteatoma.
2. Antrochoanal polyp.
3. Rhino scleroma.
4. Allergic Rhinitis.
5. Menierre’s disease.
6. Allergic Otitis externa.
7. Lateral Sinus Thrombosis.
8. Chronic retropharyngeal abscess.
9. Killian’s dehiscence.
10. Management of Juvenile angiofibroma.

III. Short Answer Questions : (15 x 2 = 30)


1. Two important indications for total laryngectomy.
2. Four intra-temporal complications of CSOM.
3. Epistaxis digitorum.
4. Four important causes of referred otalgia.
5. Fistula sign.
6. Tonsillolith.
7. Functional Aphonia.
8. Furuncle Nose.
9. Two important clinical features in fungal sinusitis.
10. Two common sites of CSF leak in Nose.
11. Bleeding polypus septum.
12. Functions of nose.
13. Laryngeal papillomatosis.
14. Phonation.
15. Aphthous ulcers.

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[KZ 548] AUGUST 2011 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Define Menier’s disease.
Discuss the etiopathology, clinical features and management of the same.
2. Discuss the etiology, spread, clinical presentation and management of juvenile
nasopharyngeal angiofibroma.
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Acute Epiglottitis.
2. Malignant Otitis Externa.
3. Nasal Myiasis.
4. Pleomorphic Adenoma.
5. Waldeyer’s Ring.
6. Acute Tonsillitis.
7. Rhinosporidiosis.
8. Lefort’s Fracture.
9. Glomus Tumour.
10. Achalasia cardia.
III. Short Answer Questions : (15 x 2 = 30)
1. Rhinolith.
2. Kiesselbach’s Plexus.
3. Eagle’s Syndrome.
4. Gradenigo Syndrome.
5. Four causes of Rhinolalia clausa.
6. Secondary hemorrhage.
7. Mucormycosis.
8. Rhinitis Medicamentosa.
9. Trotter’s Triad.
10. Ringertz Tumor.
11. Pharyngeal pouch.
12. CPAP.
13. Reinke’s Edema.
14. Define Cholesteatoma and draw diagram.
15. Auditory Pathway.
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[LA 548] FEBRUARY 2012 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on :
1. Discuss the aetiopathology, of malignant tumors of the maxilla.
Add a note on investigations and its surgical management (10)
2. Discuss in etiology, clinical features, and management of StictureOesophagus. ( 7.5)
II. Write notes on: (10 x 1.5 = 15)
1. Benign tumours of the larynx.
2. Acute Mastoiditis.
3. Seasonal allergic rhinitis.
4. Epistaxis.
5. Sphenoid sinus.
6. Parapharyngeal space.
7. Clinical Otosclerosis
8. Otomycosis
9. Nasal Septal perforation.
10. Surgical management of Atrophic rhinitis.
III. Short Answers on : (15 x 0.5 = 7.5)
1. Antrochoanal polyp.
2. Keratosis tonsil.
3. Intratympanic Muscles.
4. Referred otalgia.
5. Oral submucous fibrosis.
6. Septoplasty.
7. Rhinolalia Clausa.
8. Tuning fork tests.
9. Glue ear.
10. Retro pharyngeal abscess.
11. Extra cranial complications of chronic suppurative otitits media.
12. Ethmoidal polyposis.
13. Malignant otitis externa.
14. Vocal nodule.
15. Stapes.

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[LB 548] AUGUST 2012 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: Pages Time Marks
(Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
1. Complications of Chronic Otitis Media-Factors in the
spread of infection, Classification. Discuss in detail about 16 25 10
Lateral Sinus Thrombosis.
2. Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome-AIDS in ENT – Discuss. 16 25 7.5
II. Write notes on:
1. Functions of Larynx. 3 8 1.5
2. Little’s Area. 3 8 1.5
3. Tympanometry. 3 8 1.5
4. Diagnostic Nasal Endoscopy. 3 8 1.5
5. Vocal cord paralysis-Theories on position. 3 8 1.5
6. Swimmer’s Ear. 3 8 1.5
7. RhinoCerebral-Phycomycosis. 3 8 1.5
8. Potential Neck Spaces, Acute Reyro Pharyngeal Abscess. 3 8 1.5
9. Ethmoidal Polyp. 3 8 1.5
10. Ototoxicity. 3 8 1.5
III. Short Answers on :
1. Nerve Supply of External Auditory Canal. 1 5 0.5
2. Rhinolalia Aperta-Mention any 3 causes. 1 5 0.5
3. Causes of Right Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Palsy-any 3 causes. 1 5 0.5
4. Potato Nose. 1 5 0.5
5. White patch on Tonsil-3 conditions. 1 5 0.5
6. Rima Glottidis. 1 5 0.5
7. Functions of Nose-5 functions. 1 5 0.5
8. Valsalva maneuver. 1 5 0.5
9. Tinnitus-Classify. 1 5 0.5
10. Trotter’s Triad. 1 5 0.5
11. Barret’s Oesaphagus 1 5 0.5
12. Gradinigo’s Syndrome 1 5 0.5
13. Orbital Blow out Fracture 1 5 0.5
14. Gerlach’s Tonsil 1 5 0.5
15. Pseudocyst Pinna 1 5 0.5

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[LC 548] FEBRUARY 2013 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Enumerate the peripheral vestibular causes of vertigo .
Discuss the Pathophysiology, Clinical features and Management of BPPV (Benign
Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo).
2. Write an essay on the operative procedure of Tracheostomy, its complications
and types of Tracheostomy tubes.
Briefly discuss the functions and indications of Tracheostomy.

II. Write notes on: (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Tuning Fork tests
2. Juvenile Nasopharyngeal angiofibroma modes of spread and clinical features
3. Allergic Fungal Sinusitis
4. Physiology of swallowing
5. Quinsy
6. Singers Nodules
7. Treatment for Atrophic Rhinitis
8. Presbyacusis
9. Cholesteatoma
10. Rhinolith.

III. Short Answers on : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Semon’s Law
2. Dysphagia Lusoria
3. Griesinger’s sign
4. Paracusis of Willisi
5. Crocodile tears
6. Blood Supply of Tonsil
7. Reinke’s space
8. Potato nose
9. Adenoid facies
10. Draw the diagram of medial wall of middle ear and name the parts.

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[LD 548] AUGUST 2013 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time : Three hours Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 7.5 = 15)
1. What is stridor?
What are its causes?
Discuss the indication, procedure and complications of tracheostomy.
2. Describe the aetiology, clinical features and management of Rhinosporidiosis.

II. Write notes on: (10 x 1.5 = 15)


1. Premalignant conditions of oral cavity.
2. Vocal cord nodule.
3. Vincent’s angina.
4. Etiology of carcinoma esophagus.
5. Classification of carcinoma maxilla.
6. Presbyacusis.
7. Tubal tonsil.
8. Rhinophyma.
9. Fungal polyposis.
10. Anterior nasal packing.

III. Short answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Impedance audiometry.
2. Myringoplasty.
3. Mesotympanum.
4. Otosclerosis.
5. FESS.
6. Lignocaine in ENT.
7. Rhinoscleroma.
8. Osteomeatal complex.
9. Aphthous ulcer.
10. Waldeyer’s ring.

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[LE 548] FEBRUARY 2014 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q. P. Code : 524072
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 7.5 = 15)
1. Enumerate in detail the various causes of epistaxis.
How will you manage epistaxis in a 6 year old child?

2. Describe in detail etiopathognesis, clinical features and management of a patient with


nasopharyngeal carcinoma.

II. Write notes on: (10 x 2.5 = 25)


1. Tonsillolith
2. Facial palsy
3. Lateral sinus thrombophlebitis
4. Functional endoscopic sinus surgery
5. Cottle’s test
6. Cardinal features of chronic tonsillitis
7. Kobrak test
8. Tympanoplasty
9. Killian dehiscence
10. MERI Index.

III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Secretory otitis media
2. Adenoid facies
3. Turban epiglottis
4. Steeple sign
5. Weber test
6. Causes of red ear drum
7. Wegner Grossmann theory
8. Microbiology of acute epiglottitis
9. Laryngeal crepitus
10. Fistula test.

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[LF 548] AUGUST 2014 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY - II
Q. P. Code: 524072
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 7.5 = 15)
1. Complications of CSOM and discuss on Lateral Sinus Thrombosis.
2. Discuss etiology, pathology and management of Carcinoma Larynx.

II. Write Notes on: (10 x 1.5 = 15)


1. Myiasis of nose
2. Antrochoanal polyp
3. Plummer vinson syndrome
4. Stricture oesophagus
5. Thyroglossal cyst
6. Functional aphonia
7. Middle meatus
8. Korner’s septum
9. Myringotomy
10. Tympanormetry.

III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Masking
2. Keratosis obturans
3. Bell’s palsy
4. Rhinolith
5. Oroantral fistula
6. Sluder’s Neuralgia
7. Laryngomalacia
8. Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
9. Reactionary Haemorrhage
10. Dysphagia Lusoria.

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[LG 548] FEBRUARY 2015 Sub. Code : 4072

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q.P. Code: 524072
Time: Three hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. Discuss Etiology, Pathology and management of Carcinoma of Maxilla.

II. Write notes on: (5 x 4 = 20)

1. Meniere’s disease.

2. Hiatus semilunaris.

3. Optokinetic nystagmus.

4. Frey’s syndrome.

5. Ludwig’s angina.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Quinsy.

2. Otogenic brain abscess.

3. Bilateral abductor paralysis.

4. Hearing aids.

5. Pure tone audiometry.

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[LH 548] AUGUST 2015 Sub. Code: 4072

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
PAPER II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q.P. Code: 524072
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 40 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. What are the causes of stridor in children?


Discuss in detail the management of foreign body in the air way.

II. Write notes on : (5 x 4 = 20)

1. Nasal Polyposis.

2. Management of Cholesteotoma.

3. Malignant Otitis externa.

4. Management of Secretory Otitis Media.

5. Management of Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma.

III. Short answers on : (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Features of Laryngeal Tuberculosis.

2. Complications of septal surgery.

3. Surgical management of atrophic Rhinitis.

4. Littles area.

5. Investigations in a case of Dysphagia.

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[LI 548] FEBRUARY 2016 Sub. Code: 4072

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
PAPER II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
Q.P. Code : 524072
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)
1. Enumerate the complications of Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media.
Write in detail about lateral sinus thrombosis.

II. Write notes on: (4 x 5 = 20)


1. Acute epiglottitis.

2. Choanal atresia.

3. Difference between Antro choanal polyp and Ethmoidal polyp.

4. Plummer Vinson syndrome.

5. Tympanogram.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Signs of retracted tympanic membrane.

2. Haller cell.

3. Four causes for unilateral tonsillar enlargement.

4. Four uses of laser in ENT.

5. CARHART’S notch.

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[LJ 548] AUGUST 2016 Sub.Code :4072

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY

Q.P. Code: 524072


Time: Three hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. Enumerate the causes for dysphagia. Write in detail about acute retropharyngeal
abscess.

II. Write notes on: (5 x 4 = 20)

1. Frontal mucocele
2. Bronchial foreign bodies
3. Otosclerosis
4. Rhinosporidiosis
5. Keratosis obturans

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Functions of eustachian tube.


2. Cottles line and its significance.
3. Immediate complications of tracheostomy.
4. Name major complications of FESS.
5. Prevertebral shadow widening.

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[LK 548] FEBRUARY 2017 Sub.Code :5072

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY

Q.P. Code: 525072


Time: Three hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. List the causes of stridor. Describe the indications, operative technique and
complications of tracheostomy.

II. Write notes on: (5 x 4 = 20)

1. Obstructive sleep apnoea.


2. Ludwig’s angina.
3. Thyroglossal cyst.
4. Acute otitis media.
5. Atrophic rhinitis.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Laryngomalacia.
2. Medical treatment of meniere’s disease.
3. Causes and treatment of secondary haemorrhage.
4. Premalignant lesions of larynx.
5. Name four complications of cortical mastoidectomy.

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[LL 548] AUGUST 2017 Sub.Code :5072

M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


THIRD YEAR
PART I
PAPER II – OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY

Q.P. Code: 525072


Time: Three hours Maximum : 40 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (1 x 10 = 10)

1. List the causes of the epistaxis. Describe the management of juvenile


nasopharyngeal angiofibroma.

II. Write notes on: (5 x 4 = 20)

1. Malignant otitis externa.


2. Allergic rhinitis.
3. Causes and management of sudden sensorineural hearing loss.
4. Differential diagnosis of membrane on the tonsil.
5. Meniere’s disease – clinical features and management.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Unpaired cartilages of larynx.


2. Boundaries of parapharyngeal space.
3. Name four complications of tonsillectomy.
4. Indications for radical mastoidectomy.
5. Name four causes for left recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy.

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[KT 549] AUGUST 2008 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 20 = 40)
1. Define source and reservoir of infection?
Describe in detail dynamics and modes of disease transmission?
2. Write the source air pollution?
Describe the strategies regarding the preventing measures of air pollution in our country.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 6 = 60)


1. Epidemiological Triad.
2. Prenatal screening.
3. Cold chain system.
4. Sampling Methods.
5. Barriers of communications.
6. Lifestyle and health.
7. Dietary goals.
8. Merits and demerits of cohort study.
9. Healthful school Environment.
10. Mid Meal Programme.
III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Write any two morbidity indicators.
2. Define sensitivity.
3. Case fatality rate and its significance.
4. Define balanced diet.
5. Somatic effects of radiation.
6. Define euthenics.
7. Write two methods of dietary survey.
8. Functions of family.
9. Smoke index.
10. Define rehabilitation.

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[KU 549] FEBRUARY 2009 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : Three hours Maximum: 120 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 20 = 40)
1. What is epidemiological triad.
Describe in detail the agent, Host and environmental factors.
2. What is water pollution? Write in detail about water related diseases.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 6 = 60)


1. Changing concepts in Public Health.
2. Sensitivity & Specificity.
3. Types of ventilation.
4. Standard deviation.
5. Group discussion.
6. Primordial prevention.
7. Aflatoxins.
8. Proportional Mortality rate.
9. Child guidance clinic.
10. Vitamin A prophylaxis programme.
III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Write any two mortality indicators.
2. Types of family
3. Incidence.
4. Define Epidemiology.
5. Limiting Amino Acids.
6. Water Harvesting.
7. Genetic counselling.
8. Biological control of anti larval measures.
9. Define Health.
10. Sullivan’s Index.

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[KV 549] AUGUST 2009 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : Three hours Maximum: 120 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 20 = 40)
1.What are the types of analytical epidemiological study?
Describe the steps involved in the case-control study.
2. What is National vector-borne disease control programme?
Describe and discuss National Anti-Malarial Programme.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 6 = 60)


1. Tools of measurements in epidemiology.
2. Rehabilitation.
3. Prevention of Neo-natal tetanus.
4. Functions of world health organization.
5. Approach to health education.
6. Medical Record linkage.
7. Lead poisoning.
8. Chi-Square test.
9. Indices of thermal comfort.
10. Control of noise pollution.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)

1. Concept of positive health.


2. Sullivan’s index.
3. Aims of epidemiology.
4. Secular trend.
5. Serial interval.
6. Sensitivity and specificity.
7. Passive surveillance in Tuberculosis.
8. Chandler’s index.
9. Annual parasite incidence (API).
10. DEC-Provocative test.

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[KW 549] FEBRUARY 2010 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Describe various levels of prevention and interventions with examples.
2. Discuss the epidemiology of tetanus.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Ice-berg phenomenon.
2. Soakage pit.
3. Histogram.
4. Bagassosis
5. Blocked flea.
6. Indices of thermal comfort.
7. Sanitary well.
8.Human development index.
9. Sanitation barrier.
10. Benefits of ESI Scheme.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Uses of Epidemiology.
2. Measurement of morbidity.
3. Diagnosis of lead poisoning.
4. Differences between shallow and deepwell.
5. Annual parasite index.
6. Methods of disinfection.
7. Millenium development goals.
8. Sanitary landfill.
9. Ergonomics.
10. Population attributable risk.

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[KX 549] AUGUST 2010 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Define Pneumoconiosis.
Explain the various measures for prevention of occupational diseases.
2. List the arboviral diseases.
Explain the epidemiology, clinical features, control of Japanese encephalitis.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. International classification of diseases.
2. Epidemic curve.
3. Purification of water on large scale.
4. Incidence rate and its uses.
5. Elements of Cohort study.
6. Refuse disposal methods in rural areas.
7. Basic steps in randomised control trial.
8. Sanitation barrier.
9. Natural history of measles.
10. Sampling error.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Vision 2020.
2. Modifiable risk factors in hypertension.
3. Contact tracing in STD’s.
4. Morphological Index.
5. Anti Rodent Measures.
6. Microfilaria Rate.
7. Urban Malaria.
8. Accident Proneness.
9. Secondary attack rate.
10. PQLI (Physical Quality of Life Index).

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[KY 549] FEBRUARY 2011 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Discuss in detail the steps involved in conducting a cohort study.
Mention the advantages and disadvantages of cohort study.
2. Describe briefly the epidemiology of tuberculosis.
Add a note on the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme.
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Normal Distribution.
2. Basic tools of measurement in epidemiology.
3. Strategies for Polio eradication in India.
4. Criteria for screening test.
5. Causes and effects of global warming.
6. Syndromic approach in sexually transmitted diseases.
7. Causes and prevention of Accidents in industry.
8. Lead poisoning.
9. Methods of disposal of solid wastes.
10. Presentation of statistical data.
III. Short Answer Questions : (15 x 2 = 30)
1. Disease elimination and eradication with example.
2. Primordial prevention with example.
3. Survival rate.
4. Sentinel Surveillance.
5. Biological transmission.
6. Herd Immunity.
7. Endemic Index.
8. Anthracosis.
9. Mention two frequently used Health Care Delivery Indicators.
10. Extrinsic incubation period.
11. Mention two diseases transmitted by Hard Ticks.
12. Brocca index.
13. Day light factor.
14. Mention two types of mechanical ventilation.
15. Disablement benefit under E.S.I. Act.

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[KZ 549] AUGUST 2011 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Describe in detail the post-exposure prophylaxis of human rabies.
2. Define Epidemiology. Discuss briefly the steps of a case-control study
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Integrated approach in vector control.
2. Sampling methods.
3. Congenital rubella syndrome.
4. Current strategy of filaria control.
5. Environmental factors in cancer causation.
6. Relative risk and attributable risk.
7. Levels of prevention.
8. Health problems due to industrialization.
9. Indices of thermal comfort.
10. Prevention of Rheumatic fever.
III. Short Answer Questions : (15 x 2 = 30)
1. Confounding factor.
2. Ergonomics.
3. Sullivan’s index.
4. Define Safe water.
5. Body mass index.
6. Blanket treatment.
7. Byssinosis.
8. Somatic effects of radiation.
9. Overcrowding.
10. Phases of Public Health
11. Precurrent disinfection.
12. Preventable blindness.
13. Secular trend.
14. Sample registration system.
15. Name two diseases transmitted by soft ticks.

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[LA 549] FEBRUARY 2012 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 7.5 = 15)
1. Define Epidemiology. List the various epidemiological study designs.
Briefly discuss the steps in a case control study.
2. Define sewage. Enlist the various methods of disposal of sewage in unsewered areas.
Discuss briefly about water seal latrine.
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 3 = 30)
1. Chi-square test
2. Methods of control of vectors
3. Hazards of environmental pollution
4. Overcrowding
5. Types of screening
6. Direct standardization
7. Types of sampling techniques
8. Primordial prevention
9. International classification of diseases
10. Sickness Absentism
III. Short Answers on : (15 x 1 = 15)
1. Define health
2. Define eradication
3. Types of zoonosis
4. Pie-chart
5. Define pandemic
6. Advantage and limitation of insecticides as method of vector control
7. Comfort zone
8. DALY
9. Median incubation period
10. Contact tracing
11. Annual Parasite Incidence
12. Define Acute Flaccid Paralysis
13. Pentavalent Vaccine
14. Low Osmolality ORS
15. Cancer registry

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[LB 549] AUGUST 2012 Sub. Code : 4073
THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION
PART – I
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on: Pages Time Marks
(Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
1. List & define the various types of mortality indicators.
What are the uses and limitations of mortality data?
Which mortality indicator would you choose to decide the 16 25 7.5
relative importance of a disease as cause of death in a community?
2. Describe the epidemiology of Poliomyelitis in India.
Explain the strategy for polio eradication in India. Add a
note on the use of monovalent and bivalent oral polio vaccines. 16 25 7.5
II. Write Notes on :
1. Give the case definition of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome.
How is it managed at PHC level? 3 8 3
2. What is Sampling. Explain the different random sampling methods. 3 8 3
3. What are the sources of water pollution? How do they affect health? 3 8 3
4. Define ‘agent ‘ in disease causation.
Explain the different types of agents. 3 8 3
5. Describe the steps in doing a Case control study. 3 8 3
6. Describe respiratory diseases common among farmers with
causes, prevention and control. 3 8 3
7. Give details of the risk factors for hypertension. 3 8 3
8. Define and give the importance of herd immunity in disease control. 3 8 3
9. Primary prevention of diarrhoeal diseases. 3 8 3
10. Explain the concept of avoidable blindness. 3 8 3
III. Short Answers on :
1. Give the species of vector for Kala- azar. 1 5 1
2. Non auditory effects of noise. 1 5 1
3. Benefits to employer under ESI act. 1 5 1
4. List the most frequent causes of domestic accidents. 1 5 1
5. Drug supply for management of pediatric TB under RNTCP. 1 5 1
6. What is ‘lead time’? 1 5 1
7. Immunity categories in tetanus. 1 5 1
8. Define Brocca’s index and Lorentz’s formula. 1 5 1
9. Components of minimum needs programme. 1 5 1
10. Objectives of multi drug therapy in leprosy. 1 5 1
11. Screening methods for cancer of breast. 1 5 1
12. Adverse effects of smoking on lungs. 1 5 1
13. Formulas for standard error. 1 5 1
14. Categories of waste disposed into blue / white container. 1 5 1
15. Behaviour change communication in malaria. 1 5 1
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[LC 549] FEBRUARY 2013 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Describe the various modes of transmission of communicable diseases.
2. Explain the methods of refuse disposal.

II. Write notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Primary prevention.
2. Measures of central tendency.
3. Population surveys as a source of health information.
4. Management of cases and carriers in diphtheria.
5. Investigation of food poisoning.
6. Occupational cancer.
7. Control of Japanese Encephalitis.
8. Agent and host factors in leprosy.
9. Elimination of lymphatic filariasis.
10. Prevention of Rheumatic heart disease.

III. Short Answers on: (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Definition of Community treatment.
2. Definition of screening.
3. Mention two advantages of cohort study.
4. Mention four hazards of obesity.
5. “Rule of halves” in hypertension.
6. List the tests used in bacteriological surveillance of drinking water.
7. Biological control measures against mosquito larvae.
8. List four treatment and disposal technologies for health-care waste.
9. Measures for control of silicosis.
10. Disablement benefit under Employees State Insurance Act.

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[LD 549] AUGUST 2013 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Describe the epidemiology, control and prevention of Typhoid Fever.
2. Define disinfectant. Discuss in detail about different types of disinfectant.

II. Write notes on: (10 x 3 = 30)


1. Human poverty index.
2. Population surveys.
3. Occupational hazards of agricultural workers.
4. Epidemiology of Leptospirosis.
5. Control of scabies.
6. Health Hazards of health-care waste.
7. Uses of Epidemiology.
8. Rule of Halves.
9. Scrub Typhus.
10. BCG Vaccination.

III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Socio-Economic Indicators.
2. Index Case.
3. Define Epidemiology.
4. Generation time.
5. Heat Hyperpyrexia.
6. Chemoprophylaxis of meningococcal meningitis.
7. Jones criteria for diagnosis of Rheumatic fever.
8. Lorentz’s formula.
9. Xeno diagnosis.
10. Disinfection of air.

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[LE 549] FEBRUARY 2014 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code : 524073
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)
1. a. Discuss in detail about the Multifactorial aetiology of cancer?
b. Add a note on the basic approach to the control of cancer?
2. Discuss in detail about the Integrated Vector control?

II. Write notes on: (10 x 3 = 30)


1. Silicosis.
2. Disability limitation.
3. Common Source epidemics.
4. Bias in case control study.
5. Chi Square test.
6. Basic steps in conducting Randomized control trial .
7. Adverse events following immunization .
8. Sanitary well.
9. Monitoring and surveillance.
10. Medical benefits under ESI.

III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Pre placement EXAMINATION
2. Lead Time.
3. Physical Quality of Life Index.
4. Socialized medicine.
5. Concurrent disinfection.
6. Iceberg.
7. Mention four medical measures for the prevention of Occupational diseases.
8. Define Emporiatrics.
9. Define Point prevalence.
10. Define Positive predictive value of a screening test.

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[LF 549] AUGUST 2014 Sub. Code : 4073

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q. P. Code: 524073
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Describe the epidemiology of hook worm infection.
Discuss its prevention and control measures.
2. Describe the epidemiology of Road Traffic Accidents in India.
Add a note on the preventive measures.
II. Write Notes on: (10 x 3 = 30)
1. Case finding methods in leprosy.
2. Yellow fever vaccine.
3. Enlist the major air pollutants and describe measures to control it.
4. Describe how to diagnose lead poisoning and how is it prevented.
5. Sickness absenteeism.
6. Vaccine associated paralytic polio.
7. Standard normal curve.
8. Describe briefly the occupational cancers and their prevention.
9. Describe the sanitation measures to be followed in swimming pools.
10. Discuss the effects of atmospheric pressure on health.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)
1. Validity of screening test.
2. Explain meta - zoonosis with EXAMINATIONple.
3. Day light factor.
4. Enlist the bio medical waste disposed in to the black bin.
5. Case definition of suspect case of Japanese encephalitis.
6. Pictogram.
7. Ergonomics.
8. Super chlorination.
9. Disability adjusted life years.(DALY)
10. Define trans-ovarial transmission with an EXAMINATIONple.

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[LG 549] FEBRUARY 2015 Sub.Code :4073

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE I

Q.P. Code: 524073


Time: Three hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. Define epidemiology. Write in detail the steps of a case control study. Mention
its merits and demerits.
2. What are the common disabilities seen in a case of leprosy? Explain the various
disability limiting and rehabilitative measures in leprosy.

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Carriers
2. Investigation of an epidemic
3. Principles of chlorination
4. Types of health care delivery system in India
5. Emporiatrics
6. Measures of Dispersion

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Sentinel surveillance
2. Environmental measures for control of mosquitoes
3. Non auditory effects of noise pollution
4. Opportunistic infections in AIDS
5. Uses of incubation period

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[LH 549] AUGUST 2015 Sub. Code: 4073

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
PAPER III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q.P. Code: 524073
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 60 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate: (2 x 10 = 20)
1. What is sampling? Explain random sampling methods with suitable examples.

2. Write in detail the epidemiology, clinical features and control of Japanese encephalitis.

II. Write notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)


1. Natural history of disease.

2. Surveillance of drinking water quality.

3. Scrub typhus.

4. Intensified Pulse Polio Immunization.

5. Population surveys.

6. Malariometric measures.

III. Short answers on : (5 x 2 = 10)


1. Sullivan’s Index.

2. Relative risk.

3. DEC provocative test.

4. Manmade malaria.

5. Uses and limitation of mortality data.

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[LI 549] FEBRUARY 2016 Sub. Code: 4073

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
PAPER III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - I
Q.P. Code : 524073
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Describe the epidemiology of Typhoid fever. Discuss its prevention and control
measures.

2. Classify the various occupational diseases. Discuss the measures for prevention
of occupational diseases.

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)


1. Employees state insurance act.

2. Explain “Bias” in research with an example.

3. Oxidation pond.

4. Primary and Secondary prevention of Rheumatic Heart disease.

5. Epidemiology and Prevention of Ebola virus disease.

6. VISION 2020.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Two difference between a screening test and diagnostic test.

2. Quetelet’s index and Corpulence index.

3. Indicators of Human Development Index.

4. Enlist the bio medical waste disposed into blue bin.

5. Aedes aegypti index.

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[LJ 550] AUGUST 2016 Sub.Code :4074

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE II

Q.P. Code: 524074


Time: Three hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. Describe in detail the various community nutrition programs in India.

2. What are the indicators of maternal and child health care? Discuss in detail the
causes and prevention of perinatal mortality.

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. No scalpel vasectomy.
2. Principles of health education.
3. Cultural factors in health and disease.
4. Disaster preparedness.
5. Network analysis.
6. Epidemic dropsy.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2= 10)

1. Mention four health - related millennium development goals for India.


2. Indications for prenatal diagnosis.
3. Dietary fibers.
4. Any four signs of possible serious bacterial infection in a sick young infant.
5. Stages of demographic cycle.

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[LK 549] FEBRUARY 2017 Sub.Code :5073

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE INCLUDING HUMANITIES – I

Q.P. Code: 525073


Time: Three hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. What are the objectives of Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme?


How are diagnosis, categorization and treatment of tuberculosis done according to
RNTCP?

2. List the water related diseases. How is water purified on a large scale?

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Lead poisoning and its prevention.


2. Sources of health information.
3. Prevention of neonatal tetanus.
4. Write the national immunization schedule.
5. Guidelines for assessing dehydration and for oral rehydration therapy.
6. Apply the levels of prevention and modes of intervention to diabetes mellitus.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Explain iceberg phenomenon with an example.


2. What is “Lead time” in screening for diseases?
3. What is case fatality rate? Give an example.
4. What are the biological effects of radiation?
5. What are the modifiable risk factors for hypertension?

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[LL 549] AUGUST 2017 Sub.Code :5073

M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


THIRD YEAR
PART I
PAPER III – COMMUNITY MEDICINE INCLUDING HUMANITIES – I

Q.P. Code: 525073


Time: Three hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. Discuss vertical transmission of HIV infection. What are the various modalities
for prevention of vertical transmission of HIV under national aids control
programme?

2. Enumerate the arthropods of medical importance. Discuss briefly the mosquito


control measures in urban area. 

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Health hazards of health care wastes.


2. Occupational cancers.
3. Epidemic curve.
4. Histogram.
5. Assessment of obesity.
6. Swimming pool sanitation.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Define quarantine.
2. Differences between relative risk and attributable risk.
3. Tracking of blood pressure.
4. Explain cold chain.
5. Define overcrowding.

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[KT 550] AUGUST 2008 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 120 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 20 = 40)
1. Describe the epidemiology and preventive measures of leprosy under National
Leprosy Eradication Programme.
2. Define infant mortality rate?
Discuss the different factors and their preventive measures affecting infant mortality?
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 6 = 60)
1. Pulse Polio Programme.
2. Urbanization.
3. Ideal candidate for IUD insertion.
4. Surveillance in Malaria.
5. Asbestosis.
6. Preventable blindness.
7. BCG Vaccine.
8. Warning signs in pregnancy.
9. Planning cycle.
10. Growth Chart.
III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Define “WINDOW PERIOD” in AIDS and its importance.
2. Write two absolute contraindications of oral contraceptive pill.
3. Name two physical hazards due to occupation.
4. What do understand by “Rooming INN”?
5. Annual parasitic incidence and significance in Malaria.
6. “Critical Path Method” in management.
7. Name two problems causing disability among old age people.
8. Define “Eligible Couple”.
9. Composition of ORS.
10. Body Mass Index.

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[KU 550] FEBRUARY 2009 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 120 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 20 = 40)
1. Write in detail about National Rural Health Mission.
2. What is risk approach in MCH? Who are at risk pregnant women?
Write preventive measures for maternal mortality.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 6 = 60)


1. Minimum needs Programme.
2. UNICEF’S functions.
3. Anti rabies vaccines.
4. Elimination of leprosy.
5. Farmer’s lung.
6. Millennium Development Goals.
7. Hazards of obesity.
8. Risk factors for coronary Heart Disease.
9. Control of HIV/AIDS.
10. National population policy 2000.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. W.H.O. Theme for 2008.
2. Write two principles of Primary Health Care.
3. Define Accident.
4. Two recommendations of Mudaliar Committee.
5. Define Blindness.
6. Sickness Absenteeism.
7. J.E. Vaccine.
8. Warning signs of cancer.
9. Broca’s formula.
10. Accredited Social Health Activist.

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[KV 550] AUGUST 2009 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 120 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 20 = 40)
1. Define malnutrition, specify its problems.
Describe the etiology and preventions and control measures for the same.
2. Define health planning and management.
Write in detail the various steps involved in planning cycle.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 6 = 60)


1. Uses of Epidemiology.
2. Social Pathology in Leprosy.
3. Diagnosis and prevention of swine flu.
4. Crucial points in the life cycle of man.
5. Occupational cancers.
6. Acculturation.
7. Cyclops.
8. Nutritional anaemia.
9. Drug addiction.
10. Soakage pit.
III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Disability – Adjusted Life Years (DALYS).
2. Generation time.
3. Uses of screening.
4. Vaccines for prevention of rabies.
5. Environmental factors in trachoma.
6. Self care in diabetes mellitus.
7. Body Mass Index (BMI).
8. Define cohort.
9. Define census.
10. Define Primary care.

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[KW 550] FEBRUARY 2010 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Discuss in detail the principles of health education.
2. Discuss qualitative and quantitative methods of health management.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Diet surveys.
2. Pearl index.
3. Under- five clinic.
4. Lathyrism.
5. Health problems in urban slums.
6. Medico social worker.
7. Principles of primary health care.
8. Clinical manifestations of malnutrition.
9. Emporiatrics.
10. Acculturation.
III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Types of family.
2. Pausterisation of milk.
3. Weaning.
4. Cold chain.
5. ICDS Scheme.
6. ASHA worker.
7. Demographic cycle.
8. Growth rate.
9. Perinatal mortality.
10. Intelligence quotient.

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[KX 550] AUGUST 2010 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Define Primary Health Care.
Describe briefly the principles and elements of Primary Health Care.
2. Give an account of commonly occurring food toxicants in India and their prevention.

II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)


1. Describe briefly the essential newborn care.
2. Mention the steps in health planning.
3. Enumerate the principles of health education.
4. Describe the National Immunization Schedule.
5. What is Consumer Protection Act?
6. Functions of WHO.
7. Road to health card.
8. What is Eugenics?
9. Describe diabetic diet.
10. Health problems is urban areas.

III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)


1. What is domiciliary Midwifery?
2. Mention the uses of hospital records.
3. Human Genome project.
4. What is demographic gap?
5. Objectives of school health programme.
6. Bhor committee recommendations.
7. What is exclusive breast feeding?
8. No Scalpel Vasectomy.
9. What is Vaccine Vial Monitor (VVM)?
10. Social Marketing.

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[KY 550] FEBRUARY 2011 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Describe in detail the nutritional problems in Public Health.
Mention the services delivered by Integrated Child Development Services.
2. Define Health planning and describe in detail the various steps in the planning
process with suitable examples.
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Stages of demographic cycle and its importance.
2. Causes of Mental ill health.
3. Role of teachers in school health service.
4. Services of United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF).
5. Role of a family in health and disease.
6. Pasteurization of milk.
7. Causes and prevention of maternal deaths.
8. Child guidance clinic.
9. Barriers of communication,
10. Role and responsibility of ASHA.
III. Short Answer Questions : (15 x 2 = 30)
1. Eligible couple and target couple.
2. Pre-term babies and small for date babies.
3. Mentions two uses of growth chart.
4. Drug abuse and drug dependence.
5. Components of communication process.
6. Two important recommendations of Bhore committee.
7. Food additives and food fortification.
8. Broken family and problem family.
9. Indicators for epidemiological assessment of iodine deficiency.
10. Below poverty line.
11. Conventional contraceptives.
12. Difference between health education and propaganda.
13. Cost-benefit analysis.
14. Net reproduction rate.
15. Retrospective genetic counselling.

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[KZ 550] AUGUST 2011 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 10 = 20)
1.What are the indicators of MCH Care?
Discuss in detail the factors affecting infant mortality.
2. Describe in detail the assessment of nutritional status in a community.
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Combined oral contraceptive pill.
2. Genetic Counselling.
3. Medico-Social worker.
4. Uses of growth chart.
5. Crucial points in the life cycle of human beings.
6. Contents of health education.
7. Indian Red Cross.
8. Elements in Primary Health Care.
9. Endemic Fluorosis
10. Health problems of the aged.
III. Short Answer Questions : (15 x 2 = 30)
1. Pearl Index.
2. Mention two rights of a child.
3. Two recommendations of Kartar Singh Committee.
4. Name two defence mechanisms.
5. Limiting aminoacids.
6. Net protein utilization.
7. Beneficiaries of ICDS (Integrated Child Development Service).
8. Eugenics and Euthenics.
9. Social security for industrial workers.
10. Write two warning signals of poor mental health.
11. Name two bilateral agencies.
12. Name two quantitative health management techniques.
13. Wet Berberi.
14. Milestones to be achieved by 10-11 months of age.
15. Define Couple Protection Rate (CPR).

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[LA 550] FEBRUARY 2012 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 7.5 = 15)
1. Discuss in detail the causes, detrimental effects and various preventive
measures of nutritional anaemia.
2. Define health education. Discuss in detail various principles of health education.
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 3 = 30)
1. Prevention of xeropthalmia.
2. Prevention and control of lathyrism.
3. Growth Charts.
4. Causes of perinatal mortality in India.
5. Principles of artificial feeding.
6. Factors affecting energy requirements.
7. Census.
8. Food fortification.
9. Low birth weight.
10. Postcoital contraception.
III. Short Answers : (15 x 1 = 15)
1. PUFA.
2. Define Balanced diet.
3. Sources of fluorine.
4. Advantage and disadvantage of parboiling of rice.
5. Nutritients in soyabean.
6. Two age independent anthrometry indices.
7. Home Avalaible Fluids in diarrhea.
8. Signs of good attachment in breastfeeding.
9. Any two principles of primary health care.
10. Protein-Energy Ratio.
11. Glycaemic Index of any two food items.
12. Micronutrients in cancer(s).
13. Two indications for antenatal diagnosis.
14. GOBIFFF.
15. Define Acculturation.

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[LB 550] AUGUST 2012 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on: Pages Time Marks
(Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
1. Discuss the various health care systems in India. 16 25 7.5
2. Discuss the causes and factors affecting infant mortality in India.
Suggest the preventive and social measures to reduce the infant 16 25 7.5
mortality.
II. Write notes on:
1. Post – Conceptional methods. 3 8 3
2. Gomez’ classification. 3 8 3
3. Medical social worker. 3 8 3
4. Crucial points in the life cycle of human beings. 3 8 3
5. Barriers of communication 3 8 3
6. Network analysis. 3 8 3
7. Work of WHO. 3 8 3
8. Urban Health. 3 8 3
9. Prenatal diagnosis. 3 8 3
10. Shrivastav committee. 3 8 3
III. Short answers on:
1. Mechanism of Action of IUD’s 1 5 1
2. Define comprehensive health care. 1 5 1
3. Dietary goals. 1 5 1
4. “Medical audit”. 1 5 1
5. Objectives of school health service. 1 5 1
6. Define Juvenile Delinquency. 1 5 1
7. Age specific fertility rate. 1 5 1
8. Advantages of the Domicilliary midwifery service. 1 5 1
9. Types of learning. 1 5 1
10. Define population genetics. 1 5 1
11. Dietry sources of vitamin C. 1 5 1
12. Panel discussion. 1 5 1
13. Mention two conditions for termination of pregnancy under 1 5 1
MTP Act 1971.
14. Acculturation. 1 5 1
15. Eugenics 1 5 1

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THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 15 = 30)
1. What is basic model of nuclear family?
Discuss the various cultural factors in health and disease.
2. Define the term management.
Discuss in detail about the various management methods and techniques.
II. Write notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Demographic cycle.
2. Child guidance clinic.
3. Endemic Fluorosis.
4. Chromosomal abnormalities.
5. Warning signals of poor mental health.
6. Types of communication.
7. Elements of primary health care.
8. UNICEF.
9. Health problems of the aged.
10. Factors affecting infant mortality.

III. Short answers on: (10 x 2 = 20)


1. Pearl index.
2. Uses of growth chart.
3. Model menu for a mid-day school meal.
4. Triage.
5. What is Weaning?
6. Still birth rate.
7. Health Intelligence.
8. Wealth Index.
9. Drug dependence.
10. General marital fertility rate.

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THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : 180 Minutes Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 15)
1. Describe the methods of health education to groups of people (Group approach).
2. What are the medical causes and social factors influencing maternal mortality in India?
Mention the preventive and social measures to reduce maternal mortality in India
II. Write notes on: (10 x 3 = 30)
1. Iodine Deficiency Disorders control programme
2. Natural family planning methods
3. Functions of Primary Health Centre
4. Operational research
5. Package of services under ICDS (Integrated Child Development Services)
6. Planning cycle
7. Prevention of drug dependence
8. Factors which influence the gene frequencies in human population
9. Millennium Development Goals
10. UNICEF.

III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Supplementary action of proteins
2. Total Fertility Rate
3. Define eligible couple
4. Rooming – in
5. Hardy-Weinberg law
6. Cost Effective analysis
7. Reference Indian adult woman
8. Nalgonda technique for defluoridation of water
9. Acculturation
10. Broken family.

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[LE 550] FEBRUARY 2014 Sub. Code : 4074

THIRD M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code : 524074
Time : Three hours Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Define infant mortality. Discuss the various factors affecting Infant mortality and
preventive measures to reduce the infant mortality.
2. Discuss in details about the various aspects of school health services in India?

II. Write notes on: (10 x 3 = 30)


1. Principles of Primary Health care .
2. Approaches for measuring maternal mortality.
3. Define Sex Ratio.
Write the measures taken by the Government pertaining to this indicator.
4. Panchayat Raj.
5. Factors associated with a high risk for drug abuse.
6. Factors contributing to the higher fertility in India.
7. Defence mechanisms identified by psychologists.
8. Models of health education.
9. Network analysis.
10. Medical termination of pregnancy act.

III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)


1. Chemical composition of Tea.
2. Food Fads.
3. Net Protein utilization.
4. Head circumference.
5. Mention any four fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India.
6. Mention four symptoms of drug addiction.
7. Mention four methods of management based on behavioural sciences.
8. Define Disaster.
9. Mention the four objectives of antenatal care.
10. Mention Four autosomal recessive traits.

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THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
Paper IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q. P. Code: 524074
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)
1. Describe the advantages of breast feeding. How can breast feeding be assessed?
Add a note on Baby friendly Hospital initiative.
2. Define planning.
Describe in detail the planning cycle with reference to finding health problems
on the community.
II. Write Notes on: (10 x 3 = 30)
1. Sex ratio
2. Food fortification
3. Enlist the rights of the patient
4. Triage
5. Discuss ‘workshop’ as a method of education.
6. Describe the staff and services provided in a health sub-centre.
7. Genetic counselling
8. Healthy ageing
9. Describe the factors affecting infant mortality
10. What is the mechanism of action and who is the ideal candidate for
using Intra uterine contraceptive device.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 1 = 10)
1. Enlist any three components of Essential Obstetric care
2. What are the characteristics of Reference Adult Indian man
3. What are the domains of learning
4. Role of Integrated Counselling and Testing Centres
5. Pearl index
6. Child survival index
7. Lathyrism
8. Vitamin A supplementation programme
9. Selection of ASHA
10. Prevention of perinatal transmission of Hepatitis B.

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THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE II

Q.P. Code: 524074


Time: Three hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. Define Maternal Mortality Rate. Write in detail about the measures and
programs for reducing it.
2. Describe the methods of health education to groups of people with their merits
and demerits.

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Iodine Deficiency Disorder Control program


2. Art of interview
3. Couple protection rate
4. Acculturation
5. Genetic counselling
6. Investigation of food poisoning

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2= 10)

1. Dietary fibers
2. Postoperative advice following vasectomy
3. Sample Registration System
4. World Health theme for the year 2014
5. Types of families

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THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART – I
PAPER IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q.P. Code: 524074
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 60 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. Give the organogram of Health Care delivery in India.


Discuss the Health Care services delivered at a Primary Health Centre.

2. Discuss in detail the reproductive and child health programme in India.

II. Write notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Oral contraceptive pills.

2. Growth chart.

3. Prevention of Drug dependence.

4. Barriers of health education.

5. Health work of bilateral agencies.

6. Disaster Preparedness.

III. Short answers on : (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Euthenics.

2. Any two dietary goals recommended by WHO.

3. Characteristics of Reference Adult Indian woman

4. Define counterfeit medicine.

5. Any four criteria for “at risk” infants.

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THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART - I
PAPER IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE - II
Q.P. Code : 524074
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)
1. What is nutritional assessment? Write in detail how you would assess the
nutritional status of a community.

2. List the common problems of the elderly.


Write about the social security measures for the elderly in India.

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Small family norm.

2. Types of learning.

3. Safe injection practices.

4. Biomedical Waste Management.

5. Juvenile Delinquency .

6. Health education versus Health propaganda.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. Barriers of communication.

2. Social pediatrics.

3. Record linkage.

4. Program Evaluation Review Technique.

5. Demographic profile of India.

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THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE II

Q.P. Code: 524074


Time: Three hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. Describe in detail the various community nutrition programs in India.

2. What are the indicators of maternal and child health care? Discuss in detail the
causes and prevention of perinatal mortality.

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. No scalpel vasectomy.
2. Principles of health education.
3. Cultural factors in health and disease.
4. Disaster preparedness.
5. Network analysis.
6. Epidemic dropsy.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2= 10)

1. Mention four health - related millennium development goals for India.


2. Indications for prenatal diagnosis.
3. Dietary fibers.
4. Any four signs of possible serious bacterial infection in a sick young infant.
5. Stages of demographic cycle.

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[LK 550] FEBRUARY 2017 Sub.Code :5074

THIRD YEAR M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


PART I
PAPER IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE INCLUDING HUMANITIES – II

Q.P. Code: 525074


Time: Three hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. Describe in detail about the health care systems in India.

2. Define maternal mortality. Discuss the causes of maternal mortality. Discuss in


detail about the various measures taken under national health mission to reduce the
maternal mortality.

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Functions of world health organization.


2. Factors affecting the fertility.
3. Nutritional factors in cardiovascular disease.
4. Planning cycle.
5. Juvenile delinquency.
6. Balanced diet.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2= 10)

1. Mention the natural family planning methods.


2. Medical social worker.
3. Social security for industrial workers.
4. Mention four approaches to health education.
5. Cost effective analysis.

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M.B.B.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION


THIRD YEAR
PART I
PAPER IV – COMMUNITY MEDICINE INCLUDING HUMANITIES – II

Q.P. Code: 525074


Time: Three hours Maximum : 60 Marks
Answer All Questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 10 = 20)

1. Mention the various health problems of the school child. Discuss in detail about
the objectives and aspects of school health service.

2. Discuss the various methods in health communication.

II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)

1. Iodine deficiency disorders and its control.


2. Principles of primary health care.
3. Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1971.
4. Prevention of genetic disorders.
5. Prevention of Food Adulteration Act.
6. Role of family in health and disease.

III. Short answers on: (5 x 2 = 10)

1. GOBI FFF.
2. Uses of growth chart.
3. Trans fatty acids.
4. Mention four principles of artificial feeding.
5. Pearl index.

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QUESTION PAPERS (1990-
1990-2010
2016)
III YEAR MBBS

BY

MITHRAAZ 2013 BATCH

KILPAUK MEDICAL COLLEGE,

CHENNAI.
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OPHTHALMOLOGY 29. Interstitial Keratitis


30. Keratoconus
Basics, Optics, Refraction, 31. Leukocoria in children
Conjunctiva, Cornea, Sclera, 32. Corneal opacity
33. Corneal Vascularisation
Uveal tract 34. Keratoplasty (2)
ESSAY:
35. Nodular episcleritis
1. Purulent conjunctivitis
36. Episcleritis
2. Trachoma (2)
37. Scleritis
3. Herpes simplex keratitis (2)
38. Staphyloma (3)
4. Bacterial corneal ulcer (3)
39. IOP in iridocyclitis
5. Hypopyon corneal ulcer (6)
40. Keratic Precipitate (4)
6. Ulcus Serpens
41. Aqueous flare
7. Acute iridocyclitis (8)
42. Vitreous Hemorrhage (2)
8. Anterior uveitis
43. Ring synechiae
9. Corneal ulcer
44. Blepahraoptosis
SHORT NOTES: 45. Phlyctenular conjunctivitis
46. Corneal ulcer perforation
1. Hypermetropia (4) 47. Optic atrophy
2. Myopia (6) 48. Symblepharon
3. Pathological myopia.(2) 49. Keratoconus
4. Pseudophakia 50. Fascicular ulcer
5. Astigmatisim (3) 51. Anatomy of cornea
6. Presbyopia (3)
7. Contact Lenses (3) Lens, Glaucoma, Vitreous, Retina,
8. Pneumococcal Conjunctivitis Neuro-ophthalmology
9. Angular conjunctivitis
1. Congenital cataract (2)
10. Trachoma (2)
2. Acquired Cataract? Explain
11. Pannus
Senile Cataract (3)
12. Follicular Conjunctivitis
13. Allergic conjunctivitis 3. Causes for painless progressive loss
of vision? Details about mature
14. Spring catarrh (5)
cataract ?
15. Pterygium (2)
4. Uniocular Cataract ?
16. Recurrent pterygium.
17. Treatment for pterygium 5. Enumerate the pre-operative
investigations and
18. SCH
complications of cataract
19. Clinical features of viral keratitis(2) surgery
20. Herpes Zoster ophthalmicus(2) 6. Buphthalmos
21. Acanthamoeba keratitis(3) 7. Chronic Simple Glaucoma
22. Fungal Keratitis (2) 8. Clinical features and
23. Hypopyon Corneal ulcer management of acute congestive
24. Atropine (3) glaucoma
25. Fungal corneal ulcer (2) 9. POAG (4)
26. Dendritic Ulcer (3) 10. Causes for sudden painful loss of
27. Disciform Keratitis vision? Details about acute
28. Exposure keratitis (2) congestive stage of angle closure
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glaucoma (6) 35. Psuedophakia
11. Diabetic retinopathy (3) 36. Management of absolute glaucoma
12. Retinitis pigmentosa (2) (3)
13. Retinal detachment(4) 37. Astigmatism
38. Senile cortical cataract
14. DD for amaurotic cat's Eye Reflex ? 39. Marcus gunn pupil
Details about Retinoblastoma 40. Fundus picture in Retinits
15. Optic Neuritis pigmentosa
16. Hypertensive retinopathy 41. Aphakia

SHORT NOTES:

1. Brown cataract Strabismus, Nystagmus, Eyelids,


2. Lamellar / Zonular cataract (2) Lacrimal Apparatus, Orbit, Ocular
3. Complicated Cataract (5)
4. IOL (3)
Injuries, Ocular Therapeutics, Lasers,
5. After cataract (2) Cryotherapy, Systemic ophthalmology,
6. Buphthalmos (2) Community ophthalmology
7. Ophthalmia neonatorum (2)
ESSAY:
8. Field changes
9. Siedel’s Scotoma 1. Chronic dacrocystitis(4)
10. acute congestive Glaucoma (2) 2. Acute Dacrocystitis
11. Management of acute congestive 3. Contusion injuries eye
Glaucomatous attack (2) 4. Blunt trauma Eye? Explain
12. Mech of 2o glaucoma in iridocyclitis Traumatic Cataract (2)
13. Sturm’s conoid
5. Causes for night blindness?
14. Central Retinal artery occlusion (5)
Explain Keratomalacia
15. Fundus picture in central retinal artery 6. common causes for blindness? NPCB
occlusion
(2)
16. Fundus picture in AIDS
7. Herpetic keratoconjunctivitis
17. HT - Retinopathy (2)
18. Diabetic Retinopathy (2) 8. 59 year old male c/o Gradual
19. Retinitis Pigmentosa (3) diminution of vision. Casues and
investigations? (2)
20. Retinal Detachment
21. Retinoblastoma (3) 9. ocular manifestations of
22. Retrobulbar optic neuritis (3) common neurological
disorders ?
23. Papillitis
10. DD for Red Eye?
24. Papilloedema (5)
11. 60 Year Old Male C/o Unilataral
25. Optic Atrophies (2)
Sudden loss of vision. Investigations
26. Toxic optic neuropathies
27. Colour Blindness
28. Amaurotic cat's eye reflex SHORT NOTES:
29. Leucocoria
30. Retinal functions test 1. Extraocular Muscles
31. Classify uveitis,management and 2. Diplopia
complications of acute iridocyclitis 3. Ulcerative Blepharitis
32. Open angle glaucoma (3) 4. Blepharaitis
33. Congenital glaucoma 5. Hordeolum (2)
34. Circulation of aqueous humour 6. Malignant tumours of the eye lid
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7. Anatomy of lacrimal drainage system 52. Eye banking
8. Chalazion (4) 53. Sympathetic ophthalmia.
9. Entropion (3) 54. Ocular manifestations in tuberculosis
10. Ectropion (3) 55. Endophthalmitis
11. Symblepharon (2) 56. Flourescin in ophthtalmology
12. Lagophthalmos (4)
13. Ptosis (2)
14. Chronic dacrocystitis (2)
15. acute dacrocystitis
16. Orbital cellulitis (5)
17. Pseudoglioma
18. Blunt Injuries eye - Effects
19. Iridodialysis
20. Cherry Red Spot (3)
21. Sympathetic Ophthalmitis (4)
22. Antiglaucoma drugs
23. Timolol Maleate
24. viscoelastics
25. Lasers in ophthalmology (2)
26. Cryo
27. Xerophthalmia (2)
28. Keratomalacia (2)
29. Night Blindness (2)
30. Estropia
31. National Programme for control of
blindness
32. Photocoagulation
33. Vision 2020 (4)
34. Legal blindness (2)
35. Types of blindness? WHO definition ?
36. Indirect Ophthalmoscopy
37. Iridectomy (3)
38. Iris bombe (3)
39. fundus picture in papilloedema
40. Homatropine
41. lens induced glaucoma (2)
42. Red Eye
43. Causes of cherry Red spot
44. Dry Eye
45. Optic Neuritis
46. Subluxation of lens(2)
47. Keratomycosis
48. Ocular Manifestations of Vit
A deficiency (3)
49. WHO Classification of Vit A deficiency
50. Central Retinal Vein Occlusion- fundus
findings(3)
51. Chronic simple glaucoma (2)
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SHORT ANSWERS :
1. Two causes of defective dark adaptation 30. Colour vision tests.
31. Sturm’s conoid.
2. Two surgical techniques to correct myopia
3. Components of SAFE strategy 32. Blepharitis.
33. Rubeosis iridis.
4. Name the parameters used to
34. Lens induced glaucoma.
calculate intraocular lens power
5. Two features of granulomatous uveitis 35. National programme for control of
blindness.
6. Fundus in grade 4
36. Phacoemulsification.
hypertensive retinopathy
7. Two drugs causing toxic optic neuropathy 37. Causes of tubular vision.
38. Detachment of retina.
8. Field defect in occipital lobe infarct
39. Advantages of indirect ophthalmoscopy.
9. Name two procedures done with Nd-
YAG laser 40. Chronic dacryocystitis.
10. Treatment schedule for xerophthalmia 41. Indications for Keratoplasty (2)
11. Two causes of Night blindness. 42. Legal Blindness
12. Two cycloplegic drugs. 43. Vitamin A Prophylaxis
44. Mention various antiglaucoma drugs
13. Two syndromes associated
45. After Cataract
with subluxated lens.
14. Two absolute indications of enucleation. 46. Mention different surgeries for retinal
15. Two causes of cherry red spot. detachment
47. Keratic precipitates
16. Draw diagram of cross section of
upper lid. 48. Mention 4 causes of dislocation of lens
17. Layers and function of tear film. 49. Siderosis bulbi
18. Elevators of upper lid and their
nerve supply.
19. Diagnostic criteria of acute
retrobulbar neuritis.
20. Advantages of phacoemulsification.
21. Definition of retinoscopy.
22. What is scotoma and its types?
23. Advantages of indirect ophthalmoscopy.
24. Argyll Robertson pupil.
25. Intra vitreal drugs in endophthalmitis.
26. Causes of cherry red spot.
27. Two causes of axial proptosis.
28. Causes of entropion.
29. Causes of tubular vision.
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OTO-RHINO- 11. BPPV


12. Furunculosis ear (2)
LARYNGOLOGY 13. Malignant otitis Externa (3)
EAR 14. otomycosis (6)
15. complications - Stapedectomy
ESSAY : 16. Cerumen
17. Keratosis obturans (2)
1. Middle ear anatomy 18. ET
2. causes - Deaf Child ? 19. Labryinthitis
Investigation - Hearing 20. Glue ear (4)
assessment ? About auditory 21. Hearing loss
training and hearing aids? 22. Secretory otitis media (2)
3. Conditions producing conductive 23. Cholesteatoma (2)
deafness ? Explain ASOM 24. Extra cranial complications of chronic
4. Causes - conductive deafness with suppurative otitis media
intact tympanic membrane ? 4 year 25. Management of intracranial
old child, otitis media with effusion. complications of CSOM (2)
Clinical features and management 26. Bezold's abcess
5. Secretory otitis media 27. Otogenic brain abcess (2)
6. Cholesteatoma (3) 28. Lateral sinus thrombosis and
7. CSOM (7) thrombophlebitis (2)
8. Otosclerosis (3) 29. otitic hydrocephalus
9. Pain in one ear. Causes, clinical 30. Otosclerosis (2)
features of various condition 31. Bell's Palsy (2)
10. Etiology, pathogenesis of 32. Endolymphatic hydrops
Conductive deafness? Types of 33. Meniere's Disease (3)
tympanoplasty? 34. Deaf Mute (5)
11. Conductive deafness 35. cochlear implant
12. Enumerate the peripheral vestibular 36. Referred otalgia (2)
causes of vertigo.Discuss the 37. Myringoplasty
Pathophysiology, Clinical features and 38. Tympanoplasty
Management of BPPV (Benign 39. Scarlet fever
Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo). 40. Allergic otitis externa
41. Mastoiditis
42. Tympanometry(2)
43. Ototoxicity
SHORT NOTES : 44. Tuning fork tests
45. Presbycusis
1. Stapes 46. Kobrak test
2. Middle ear cleft (2) 47.Tympanoplasty
3. Theories of Hearing 48. MERI index
4. Physiology of hearing 49. Korner’s septum
5. Pure tone audiometry 50. Myringotomy
6. ABC Test (3) 51. Optokinetic nystagmus
7. Rinne's Test (3) 52. Tympanogram
8. Stapedial Reflex
9. Fistula test
10. Caloric test
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22. Nasal polyp (3)
23. Ethmoidal polyposis (2)
24. Vasomotor Rhinitis (3)
25. Antro-Choanal polyp (6)
26. FESS (3)
NOSE 27. Little's area
ESSAY: 28. Epistaxis (2)
1. Atrophic Rhinitis (2) 29. Nasal bone Fracture
2. epistaxis (2) 30. Oro - antral fistula
3. Acute frontal sinusitis 31. Acute frontal sinusitis
4. Chronic Sinusitis 32. Allergic fungal sinusitis
5. DD - Tonsil, conditions 33. Nasal cholesteatoma
producing membranous 35. Allergic rhinitis
lesion in throat? 36. Lefort’s fracture
6. Carcinoma Maxilla (3) 37. Sphenoid sinus.
7. 50 year old male C/o bleeding, 38. Diagnostic nasal endoscopy
fleshy mass nasal cavity. DD & 39. Rhinocerbral-Phycomycosis
Investigations 40. Anterior nasal packing
8. Chronic Maxillary sinusitis 41. Facial palsy
9. causes - Unilateral nasal 42. Functional endoscopic sinus surgery
obstruction ? Explain anyone 43. Cottle’s test
10. Chemotherapy and surgery for 44. Middle meatus
Carcinoma Maxilla 45. Hiatus semilunaris
11. Nasopharyngeal carcinoma
THROAT
SHORT NOTES:
ESSAY:
1.Osteomeatal complex (2)
1. Acute faucial diptheria (2)
2.Lateral wall of nasal cavity
2. Stridor - Child (3)
3.Physiology of nose
3. Stridor – Management modalities of stridor
4. Nasal cycle
4. Juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma / JNA(2)
5. Mucous Blanket of nose
5. Carcinoma larynx (2)
6. Rhinophyma (2)
7. Seasonal allergic rhinitis 6.55 year old male C/o hoarsness of voice .
8. Septal hematoma (3) Causes and investigations. Add a note on Role of
9. Septal perforation (2) microlaryngeal surgery in papilloma larynx
10. Antral wash 7.Causes - Childhood stridor. Explain
11. Difference - SMR and Septoplasty Tracheostomy (4)
12. Septoplasty (2) 8. Peritonsillar abscess
13. Deviated nasal septum 9. Retropharyngeal abscess(3)
14. Atrophic rhinitis - management (3) 10. Carcinoma Esophagus (2)
15. Rhinitis Caseosa 11. 65 year adult, C/o Difficulty in swallowing.
16. Rhinoscleroma (3) DD, Investigations & Management (2)
17. Rhinosporidiosis (5) 12. Disease Producing Trismus - Explain QUINSY
18. Nasal myiasis (2) 13. Tonsillectomy (2)
19. Rhinolith (4) 14. Mention the differential diagnosis of white
20. CSF - Rhinorrhoea patch in tonsil
21. Choanal atresia (2) 15. Bell's Palsy
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16. Acute Tonsilltis(2) 38.Stricture Esophagus (3)
17. A male patient aged 60 yrs chronic 39.Premalignant conditions of ENT
smoker, comes with hoarseness of voice of 1 40.Patterson brown Kelly syndrome
year duration. How do you investigate and 41. Killian’s dehiscence
treat him 43.Functional aphonia (2)
18. Acute follicular tonsillitis 44. Pleomorphic adenoma
19. Tracheostomy (2) 45. Waldeyers ring
46. Glomus tumour
SHORT NOTES: 47. Achalasia cardia
48. Functions of larynx
1. laryngeal papilloma 49. Physiology of swallowing
2. Multiple papilloma (2) 50. Premalignant lesions of oral cavity
3. Submucous fibrosis 51. Vincent’s angina
4.Leukoplakia - palate (2) 52. Tubal tonsil
5. Leukoplakia 53. Tonsillolith
6. Retropharyngeal abscess (3) 54. Chronic tonsillitis
7. Pyriform fossa (2) 55. Thyroglossal cyst
8. Adenoid facies (3) 56. Frey’s syndrome
9. JNPA (4) 57. Ludwig’s angina.
10. Membranous tonsillitis
11. Ludwig's Angina (2) SHORT ANSWERS:
12. QUINSY (6) 1. Caloric test (2)
13. CROUP 2. Causes of Reactionary haemorrhage after
14. Parapharyngeal abscess and space tonsillectomy
15. Left Vocal cord paralysis 3. Mention the arteries involved in
16. Vocal cord paralysis (2) kisselback’s plexus
17. Acute supraglottic laryngitis 4. Rinne’s Test
18. Acute epiglotitis (2) 5. Management of septal Heamatoma
19. Faucial Diptheria (2) 6. Mention the any four causes of Sensory
20. TB - Larynx Neural Hearing loss
21. Reinke's space 7. Mention the different types of
22. VC - Nodules (4) perforations of tympanic membrane
23. Benign tumor – larynx (2) 8. Indications of radical mastoidectomy
24. TNM classification 9. Rhinolith
25. Tracheostomy (3) 10. Laryngomalacia.
26. Foreign body ENT 11. Osteomeatal complex.
27. investigations for Dysphagia (3) 12. Parapharyngeal space.
28. Lasers in ENT (2) 13. Petrositis.
29. Stridor (3) 14. Inverted papilloma.
30. Indirect Laryngoscopy (2) 15. Keratosis tonsil.
31. Oesophagoscopy 16. Strictures of oesophagus.
32. Reactionary hemorrhage / 17. Referred otalgia.
complications following tonsillectomy (3) 18. Oral submucous fibrosis.
33. Plummer Vinson Syndrome (7) 19. Indications for caldwel-luc operation.
34. Singer's nodule (3) 20. Pre malignant conditions of larynx.
35. Vocal nodule 21. Septoplasty
36.Siegle's pneumatic speculum 22. Perforations of tympanic membrane.
37.causes for white patch over tonsil? 23. Gradenigo’s syndrome.
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24. Otalgia.
25. Nasopharyngeal tonsil.
26. Complications of septal surgery.
27. Nasal myiasis. (3)
28. Heimlich manoeure.
29. PV syndrome (Plummer
Vinson syndrome).
30. Juvenile papilloma of larynx.
31. Mention any two tuning fork tests
32. Mention two important causes of
sinusitis
33. Any two clinical finding in nasal cavity
of a patient suffering from allergic
rhinitis
34. Two absolute indications for
tonsillectomy
35. Two causes for perichondritis of
pinnae
36. Four modalities for tonsillectomy
37. Two surgical approaches to
maxillary sinus
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13. Crucial points in lifestyle of men (2)
14. Control, elimination, eradication of
COMMUNITY MEDICINE disease
15. Iceberg of disease (2)
16. Ice-berg phenomenon.
CHAPTER : 1-4 17. Concepts of prevention
18. Sentinel Surveillance
ESSAY: 19. Primordial prevention (2)
1. Health ? Details about health 20. Levels of intervention
indicators(2) 21. Rehabilitation
2. Epidemiological triad ? Agent, host , 22. Social therapy
environmental factors ? 23. International classification of diseases
3. Various trends of distribution of (2)
disease in 24. Normal distribution (2)
duly illustrating with examples 25. Case fatality rate
4. epidemiology? It's methods? With 26. Proportional mortality rate
example and uses. 27. Standardised Death rate
5. Descriptive epidemiological studies 28. Measurement of morbidity
6. analytical epidemiological study - 29. Incidence and prevalence
types ? Details about “Case control study” (2) 30. Incidence rate and its uses
7. Cohort study (5) 31. Descriptive epidemiology uses
8. Non - randomised controlled trials? 32. Epidemic curve
Any 33. Odds ratio in cohort study
three with examples and advantages 34. Bias of epidemiological studies
9. Source, reservoir of infection ? 35. Biases and advantages of Case control
Dynamics study (4)
and modes of disease transmission? 36. Cohort study - merits and demerits (3)
10. Investigation of epidemic (4) 37. Cohort study
11. List & define the various types of 38. Retrospective cohort indices
mortality indicators.What are the uses and 39. Elements of cohort study
limitations of mortality data? 40. Relative risk & attributable risk (4)
12. Disinfectants 41. Population attributable risk
SHORT NOTES: 42. Relative risk
1. Health for all 43. Basic steps in randomised control trial (2)
2. Changing concepts in public health 44. Association and causation
3. Positive Health 45. Epidemiology uses (3)
4. PQLI (4) 46. Uses of epidemiology
5. Human Development index and 47. Nosocomial infection
Human poverty index (2) 48. Control Vs Eradication of disease
6. Determinants of health (2) 49. Disease surveillance (2)
7. lifestyle and health 50. Temporary social groups
8. Indicators of maternal and child 51. Chronic carrier state (2)
health 52. Uses of incubation period
services (2) 53. Herd immunity (3)
9. Health indicators 54. cold chain system for storage of vaccine
10. Sullivans index (5)
11. Epidemiological triad 55. Isolation and quarantine (3)
12. Natural H/o disease (2) 56. Types of disinfection
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57. Epidemiological investigation National eradication programme, critical
58. Spot maps in analysis of setbacks in programme which
epidemiological resulted in resurgence of Malaria and
investigation suggested revised strategy for its control
59. Types, evaluation , multiphasic , 14. Epidemiology, type, features, mode
qualities and criteria for screening of transmission of Malaria
test (9) 15. Modified plan of action for malaria
60. Pre- Placement , periodic examination control
61. Sensitivity and specificity 16. Insect borne diseases? Explain
62. Direct standardization lymphatic filariasis, add a note on its
63. Define agent. Explain the types of control programme (2)
agent 17. Common zoonotic diseases? Epidemiology
64. Disability limitations and prevention of RABIES (3)
65. Common source epidemics 18. List of the arboviral diseases. Explain the
66. Monitoring and surveillance epidemiology, clinical features, control
of Japanese encephalitis (2)
19. Arbo viral diseases ? Explain Japanese B
CHAPTER : 5 enchephalitis
ESSAY: 20. Epidemiology,agent,host factors and
1. Epidemiology, prevention of measles prevention of Leprosy ? National Leprosy
2. Epidemiology, prevention, control of Eradication programme
TB(3) 21. Epidemiological features, four
3. Epidemiology, prevention, categories, criteria , control of AIDS, Its
control of POLIOMYELITIS Control programme of govt of INDIA
4. Vaccine preventable disease ?
Epidemiology of Polio-Myelitis? Pulse
22. Epidemiology, control and prevention of
polio programme? Prevalence,
Typhoid fever
incidence, Eradication, surveillance of
23. Describe the epidemiology of hook
Polio ? (2)
worm infection.Discuss its prevention and
5. Epidemiological outbreak Hepatitis
A in PHC area - How will you control measures.
control
6. Epidemiology, prevention & SHORT NOTES:
control of HEP - B 1. Epidemiological factors that have lead to
7. Epidemiology & control of acute eradication of smallpox in world
diarrheal disease ? 2. Control measures "Measles"
8. Epidemiology, prevention, 3. Measles vaccination
control of ANKYLOSTOMIASIS 4. Natural history of measles
9. Classify Arbo Viral disease ? 5. congenital rubella (2)
Epidemiology, control of Dengue fever 6. Influenza vaccines
10. National water borne disease control 7. Diagnosis, prevention of Swine flu
programme? Explain national 8. Green house effect & global warming (2)
antimalarial programme 9. DOTS
11. management of dengue 10. Domiciliary treatment of TB
hemorrhagic fever 11. BCG vaccine (2)
12. Epidemiology - malaria ? Add a note 12. Strategies for polio eradication in India (2)
on national programme on malaria. 13. OPV
13. National health programme ? 14. Pulse polio immunization programme
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15. National intensified pulse 52. 53. Scrub typhus
polio immunisation 53. 54. Yellow fever vaccine
programme (2) 54. 55. Vaccine associated paralytic polio
16. prevention of Hepatitis B 55. 56. Epidemiology and prevention of ebola
17. cultural factors in diarrheal disease virus.
18. Guidelines for assessing
dehydration following diarrhea
19. Oral Rehydration therapy (4)
20. Salmonellosis
21. Detection of typhoid carrier
22. Food poisoning ad its investigation(2) CHAPTER 6:
23. Dengue fever ESSAY:
24. Malaria metric measures 1. Prevention of CAD
25. Surveillance in malaria (2) 2. Modifiable and non modifiable risk factors
26. Man made malaria and prevention of CHD
27. Modified plan of operation for malaria 3. Natural History, Prevention, control of
28. Radical treatment for malaria HT? What is tracking ?
29. Filarial indices (2) 4. Describe various levels of prevention
30. Anti- rabies vaccine and
31. Blocked Rat flea and it's control interventions with examples. (2)
measures 5. Epidemiology, natural history,
32. Rat flea indices environmental factors,prevention
33. Blocked flea. & Control of Cancer (3)
34. Principles objectives of health 6. Classify Accidents? Epidemiology,
education prevention of RTA in india (2)
(3) 7. Industrial accident - Causes,
35. Echinococcus granulosis prevention and control?
36. Trachoma (2)
37. Prevention of neonatal tetanus
38. Neonatal Tetanus (2) SHORT NOTES:
39. MDT for leprosy (3) 1. Risk factors in IHD
40. Social pathology in leprosy 2. Primordial prevention, risk factors of
41. Case finding methods in leprosy CHD
42. Contact tracing (3)
43. Universal precaution to prevent HIV 3. Risk approach in maternal and
44. Window period child health care
44. Opportunistic infections in AIDS 4. Modifiable risk factors in HT (2)
45. ARI Control programme 5. Tracking of BP
45. Control and prevention of HIV (2) 6. Risk factors in HT
46. 47. Systemic approach in sexually 7. Prevention of Stroke in community
transmitted disease 8. Prevention of Rheumatic fever (2)
47. 48. Acute encephalitic syndrome 9. Diet and carcinoma
48. 49. Primary prevention of diarrhoeal 10. Warning signals of Carcinoma (3)
diseases 11. Early signs of Carcinoma
49. 50. Managaement of cases and 12. Screening for Carcinoma
carriers in diphtheria 13. Control measures in Carcinoma cervix
50. 51. epidemiology of leptospirosis 14. Assessment of obesity
51. 52. Control of scabies 15. Obesity assessment and hazards (2)
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16. BMI & Broca index 11. Natural FP methods
17. Preventable blindness (2) 12. National demographic goals
18. Industrial accidents- causes and 13. Age pyramid (2)
prevention(2) 14. Basic services of Urban and family
19. Health problems due to welfare Centre (2)
industrialization 15. Urbanization (3)
20. Primary prevention 16. Health problems in urban slums.
21. Rule of halves 17. Factors affecting "Fertility"
18. Factors responsible for higher fertility
in India (2)
19. Fertility indices, factors increasing the
fertility (2)
20. Significance of net reproduction rate
21. Incentives and disincentives in family
planning
22. National population policy 2000 (2)
CHAPTERS 7-9:
1. Various indices to asscess TB 23. National demographic goals and
problem in India ? National TB revised national population policy
Control programme and it's 24. Post - conceptional
components contraceptive methods
2. RNTCP, Control TB in India 25. Condoms
3. National immunization programme 26. Advantages and contraindications of IUD
4. Discuss the epidemiology of tetanus 27. Ideal candidate for IUD Insertion (2)
5. National rural health mission 28. Injectable hormonal contraceptives
6. Risk approach in reproductive and 29. Eligible couples
child health programme (3) 30.Measuring,Causes and prevention of
7. Reasons for population explosion in maternal mortality
india ? Different family planning 31. Oral contraceptives
methods taking recent advances 32. Menstrual regulation
contraception 33. MTP (3)
8. Classify hormonal contraceptives? 34. Breast feeding, advantages (3)
Risks and benefits ? Add a note on 35. Pearl index.
depot formulation 36. voluntary health agencies (2)
37. Population education
SHORT NOTES: 38. All India Hospital postpartum
1. National malaria Eradication programme
programme 39. Postpartum programme
2. Elimination of leprosy 40. Causes and prevention of maternal deaths
41. Artificial feeding-principles
3. RNTCP
42. Low birth weight
4. Universal immunisation programme
43.What is exclusive breast feeding and
5. Describe the National advantages
immunization schedule
44. Sex ratio
6. Child survival programme
45. Couple protection rate
7. Components of RCH
8. Guinea worm eradication programme
(2)
CHAPTERS: 10
9. Minimum needs of programme
10. Demographic cycle (2)
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ESSAY: 17. Types of mental illness and causes (2)
1. National population policy 1986, Govt 18. Juvenile Delinquency & prevention
of India ? Common fertility related 19. Child guidance clinic (2)
statistics used in family welfare 20. Integrated child development
programme? PostPartum programme service scheme (ICDS)
2. Risk approach in MCH ? Who are at 21. Pasteurization of milk
risk? Preventive measures of maternal 22. Chromosomal abnormalities
mortality
3. Antenatal care? Healthcare services CHAPTERS: 11-12
rendered to achieve ANC
4. Objectives, principles, risk approach of ESSAY:
ANC (2) 1. Nutritional factors in causation of i)
5. Maternal mortality rate ? Invention Cardio vascular diseases ii) Diabetes
with examples (2) iii) Carcinoma
6. Causes, measures, programmes to 2. Prevention of PEM
reduce maternal mortality in India 3. Etiology, levels of prevention
7. Infant mortality rate failure, clinico social assessment
in PEM (2)
8. Causes, prevention, social measures to
reduce infant mortality in India (2) 4. Levels of prevention with examples.
9. Objectives, functions of School health How they applied to vitA Deficiency
prevention in young child
programme / clinic(2)
10. ICDS scheme (2) 5. Nutritional anemia? Add a note
on micromalnutrition
6. Iodine deficiency disorder and its
control (2)
SHORT NOTES:
1. Prenatal screening (2) 7. Assessment of nutritional status of
community (< 5 yr child) ? add a note
2. Describe briefly the essential
on diet survey (4)
newborn care
3. Birth weight 8. Balanced diet ? Nutritional programme
of government of India?
4. Causes for LBW (3)
5. Baby friendly hospital Initiative 9. Give an account of commonly
occurring food toxicants in India and
6. Growth chart and it's uses (3)
their prevention.
7. Road to health chart (2)
8. Growth chart 10. Families - Function, role in health and
disease, advantages and disadvantages
9. Functions and role in delivery of
of joint / nuclear family (4)
UNICEF(3)
10. MMR (Maternal Mortality Rate) 11. Social security? Measures provided
11. Under 5 clinics (2) to factory workers? Benefits under
ESI scheme (2)
12. In utero diagnosis
13. Congenital malformation 12. Social security? Its measures for
organized sectors
14. Objectives of school health
services / programme/
SHORT NOTES:
healthful school environment 1. Essential fatty acids
and role of teachers(3) 2. Dietary fibre & Health (2)
15. Health problem among school 3. Vit A prophylaxis programme
children 4. Vitamin A
16. Objectives of school health services 5. Keratomalacia
(3) 6. Nutritional blindness
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7. Prevention of nutritional blindness 46. Drug addiction
8. Goitre prevention 47. Health economics
9. Antioxidants 48. Xerophthtalmia
10. Methods of diet survey and 49. Factors affecting energy requirements
their advantages and 50. Gomez’s classification
disadvantages (3)
11. Diet surveys.
12. Prudent diet
13. Dietary goals
14. Balanced diet
15. Describe diabetic diet
16. Difference between
marasmus & kwashiorkor
17. Nutritional anemias (4)
18. Endemic Goitre
19. Iodine deficiency disorders
20. Fluorosis (3)
21. Lathyrism (3)
22. Growth monitoring and
nutritional surveillance
23. Ecological factors - Malnutrition
24. Pasteurisation milk
25. Food toxicants
26. Aflatoxicosis (3)
27. Food adulteration (2)
28. Food fortification (2)
29. Quantitative management techniques
(3)
30. Anganwadi centre
31. Mid meal programme
32. midday school meal programme
33. Tools of measurement of
epidemiology(2)
34. Social factors influenzing Diseases
35. Acculturation (4)
36. Social stress
37. Acculturation and health (2)
38. Role of emotion in health and
disease
39. Family in health and disease (2)
40. Cultural factors in health and
disease
41. Medico social worker (4)
42. Role of medico social worker in
hospital
43. Art of interview (2)
44. juvenile delinquency
45. What is consumer protection act?
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CHAPTERS: 13-15 5. Rapid Sand filter feature
ESSAY: 6. Principles of chlorination (3)
1. Water pollution ? Its related diseases? 7. Free residual chlorine
(2) 8. Disinfection wells
2. Air pollution and air pollutants (2) 9. Bacteriological standards of drinking
water
3. Solid waste ? Sources - Refuse?
Methods of disposal of refuse in 10. Bacteriological quality of drinking water
India 11. Surveillance of drinking water quality
4. Modes of transmission - Arbo 12. Removal of hardness of water
viral disease? Arthopod 13. Hardness of water
control? 14. Defluoridation
5. Agent, vector, mode of spread , 15. Prevention, control, indicators of air
prevention of ANY five insect born disease pollution (4)
6. Health care waste - Hazards and 16. Types of ventilation
methods of disposal ? (2) 17. prevention of noise pollution (4)
7. Define sewage. Enlist the various 18. inter - relation between housing and
methods of disposal of sewage in health
unsewered areas.Discuss briefly 19. Heat Stroke
about water seal latrine. 20. Housing standards
21. Refuse Disposal (2)
SHORT NOTES: 22. Paris green
1. Suitable measures of portable 23. Refuse disposal methods in rural areas
water supply to rural area 24. Composting
2. Sanitation barrier (4) 25. incineration
3. Sanitary well (4) 26. Septic tank
4. Purification of water on large scale 27. Secondary treatment of sewage
28. Hazards of environmental pollution 2. Occupational hazard agriculture (3)
29. Effects of atmospheric pressure on health 3. Medical measures of prevention
30. Integrated approach in vector control (3) of occupational disease
31. Bio chemical oxygen demand (BOD) 4. Silicosis (3)
5. Pneumoconiosis (2)
CHAPTERS : 16-19 6. Anthrax
ESSAY: 7. Bagassosis
1. Define Pneumoconiosis. Explain the 8. Lead poisoning (4)
various measures for prevention of 9. Asbestosis (2)
occupational diseases and classify(2) 10. Farmer's lung
2. ESI scheme (2) 11. Occupational cancers (5)
3. Benefits under ESI act 12. The Factories Act
4. Statistical data - various method of 13. ESI Scheme 1984 (2)
presentation ? (2) 14. ESI Benefits (3)
5. Role of multipurpose health care worker( 15. Turner's syndrome
female) in delivery of MCH service in rural 16. Clinical manifestations of malnutrition.
area 17. Genetic counselling (8)
6. Chi square test? Uses 18. What is Eugenics?
19. Prevention of genetic disorders
SHORT NOTES: 20. Drug Dependence and prevention (4)
1. Ergonomics (3) 21. Prevention of alcoholism in adolescents
22. Statistical averages (2)
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5. Types & main component of
23. Source & uses of statistics communication (3)
24. Name different source of health 6. Barriers of communication (2)
information
25. Fertility related statistics 7. ALMA ATA declaration
26. Uses health information 8. Audiovisual aids
27. Registration of vital events 9. Group discussion
28. Census (2) 10. Role play
29. Histogram. 11. Planning cycles (2)
30. International death certificate 12. Cost effective analysis
31. Test of significances (2) 13. Cost benefit analysis
32. 2 way methods of communication 14. Cost Effectiveness
33. Standard deviation (2) 15. Network analysis (2)
34. uses of standard deviation 16. national health policy
35. Normal curve 17. Recommendation of "Bhore Committee"
36. Criteria for selection of sampling and 18. Shrivastav committee
methods & registration system in india (8) 19. Rural Health problem
37. Standard error 20. Principles of 1o health care (3)
38. Health education Vs Health propagands 21. Elements principles of Primary health care
39. Job of MPHA (female) (6)
40. Chi square test 22. Millennium development goals
41. Sampling methods (2) 23. Health problem of urban dwellers (3)
42. Population surveys 24. Health / psycho social problem of aged (3)
43. Causes of ill mental health and warning 25. Job description of village health guide
signs 26. Health care
44. Defence mechanism identified by 27. Function of primary health centre
psychologists 28. Principles of primary health care.
29. Community health centre
CHAPTERS: 20-23 30. Functions of WHO (3)
ESSAY: 31. Voluntary health agencies in india
1. Health education? Contents 32. WHO (2)
and Barriers of 33. Indian Red Cross Society (3)
communication ? (4) 34. Functions of WHB
2. Discuss in details the principles and 35. UNICEF (3)
methods of health education 36. Food and agricultural organization
3. Health planning, management, various 37. Types of health care delivery systems in
steps involving "Planning cycle" (2) India
4. Principle, essential Elements of Primary
health care? Primary Health care delivery OTHERS:
in rural areas of india (4)
5. Various health problem of aged? Suggest ESSAY:
remedial measures (3) 1. Intervention with examples
SHORT NOTES: 2. Gastroentritis in community
1. Principle of health education 3. ROME scheme
2. Principles of group education (2) 4. Fifth month pregnancy - Examinations?
3. Mention the steps in health planning Importance?
4. Enumerate the principles of health 5. API? Community based rehabilitation
education 6. Measures take to safeguard the health
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of the people affected by major cyclonic flood 19. Vaccine vial monitoring
7. Physical, psycho-social environmental factors 20. functions of sub - Centre
affecting health of "SLUM DWELLERS" . 21. Drug abuse and factors influencing (2)
Suggest Remedial measures 22. Changing concepts in eye health care
8. Compare child survival programme 23. Role of non-Govt organisation in health care
and safe motherhood programme. 24. Soakage pit (4)
Mother's Package under RCH (2) 25. Sex linked inheritance
9. Discuss qualitative and quantitative methods of 26. High risk pregnancy
health management 27. Modified plan of operation 1977
28. Emporiatrics. (2)
SHORT NOTES: 29. Methods of disposal of solid waste
1. Measures of central tendency (5) 30. Factors which influence gene frequency in
2. Multidrug therapy (2) human population
3. High risk pregnancy 31. Operational research
4. comfort zones 32. Rights of patient
5. World health day 33. Small family norm.
6. Measures of dispersion (3) 34. Types of learning.
7. Medical record linkage (2) 35. Safe injection practices.
8. Preplacement examination 36. Juvenile Delinquency .
9. Rome scheme 37. Health education versus Health propaganda.
10. indices of thermal comfort (5)
11. Safe injection practices SHORT ANSWERS:
12. Sanitary methods of disposal of Sewage in
rural areas 1. Write any two morbidity indicators (2)
13. Over crowding (2) 2. Define sensitivity
14. Soil transmitted helminthes 3. Case fatality rate and its significance
15. Food taboos during pregnancy 4. Define balance diet
16. High risk strategy
17. Acute flaccid paralysis
18. Data presentation
5.Somatic effects of radiation 23. Serial interval.
6. Define euthenics 24. Sensitivity and specificity.
7. Write two methods of dietary survey 25. Passive surveillance in Tuberculosis.
8. Functions of family 26. Chandler’s index.
9. Smoke index 27. Annual parasite incidence (API) (2)
10. Define rehabilitation 28. DEC-Provocative test
11. Types of family 29. Uses of Epidemiology.
12. Incidence. 30. Measurement of morbidity.
13. Define Epidemiology. 31. Diagnosis of lead poisoning.
14. Limiting Amino Acids. 32. Differences between shallow and
15. Water Harvesting. deepwell.
16. Genetic counselling. 33. Methods of disinfection.
17. Biological control of anti larval measure 34. Millenium development goals. (2)
18. Define Health. 35. Sanitary landfill.
19. Sullivan’s Index (2) 36. Ergonomics.
20. Concept of positive health. 37. Population attributable risk.
21. Aims of epidemiology. 38. Define “Window Period “ in AIDS and its
22. Secular trend. importance
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39. Write two absolute contraindications of oral 82. Microfilaria Rate
contraceptive pills 83. Urban Malaria
40. Name two physical hazards due to 84. Accident proneness
occupation 85. Secondary attack rate
41. What do you understand by “Rooming 86. PQLI
IN”? 87. What is domiciliary Midwifery?
42. Annual parasitic incidence and 88. Mention the uses of hospital records
significance in Malaria 89. Human genome project
43. “Critical Path Method” in management 90. What is demographic gap?
44. Name two problems causing disability among 91. Objectives of school health programme
old age people 92. Bhore committee recommendations
45. Define “Eligible Couple” 93. No Scalpel vasectomy
46. Composition of ORS 94. What is vaccine vial monitor (VVM) ?
47. Body Mass index (2) 95. Social Marketing
48. W.H.O. Theme for 2008.
49. Write two principles of Primary Health Care.
50. Define Accident.
51. Two recommendations of Mudaliar
Committee.
52. Define Blindness.
53. Sickness Absenteeism. (2)
54. J.E. Vaccine.
55. Warning signs of cancer.
57. Broca’s formula.
58. Accredited Social Health Activist
59. Disability – Adjusted Life Years (DALYS).
60. Generation time.
61. Uses of screening.
62. Vaccines for prevention of rabies.
63. Environmental factors in trachoma.
64. Self care in diabetes mellitus.
65. Define cohort.
66. Define census.
67. Define Primary care
68. Types of family.
69. Pasteurisation of milk.
70. Weaning.
71. Cold chain.
72. ICDS Scheme.
73. ASHA (2)
74. Demographic cycle. (3)
75. Growth rate.
76. Perinatal mortality. (2)
77. Intelligence quotient.
78. Vision 2020 (2)
79. Contact tracing in STD’s
80. Morphological Index
81. Anti Rodent Measures