MCQS 337-339:the commonest pericardial manifestation of the Coxsackie infective agent is




the commonest pericardial manifestation of the Coxsackie infective agent is

a) postpericardiotomy Syndrome
b) pneumopericardium
c) uremic Pericarditis
d) constrictive pericarditis
e) mesothelioma
f) cardiac tamponade
g) congenital Pericardial Defects
h) acute viral Pericarditis
i) pericardial Cysts
j) bronchogenic carcinoma


an abscess in the right iliac fossa in a parient with an enterocutaneous fitula is suggestive of

a) Ulcerative colitis
b) Hyperthyroidism
c) amebiasis
d) Zollinger-Ellison syndrome
e) crohn's disease
f) Giardiasis
g) Irritable bowel syndrome
h) Celiac disease
i) Ischemic bowel disease
j) Systemic mastocytosis



A baby boy is delivered by forceps delivery at term. Ten days later he becomes febrile and suffers a seizure. On examination he is seen to have an abscess in the region of the scalp as well as widely disseminated mucocutaneous lesions. Cerebrospinal fluid cultures and a CT scan are negative. He recovers with supportive measures but later develops mental retardation with evidence of chorioretinitis and microcephaly. These findings are most suggestive of

a) birth injuiry
b) transcervical Infection
c) transplacental Infection
d) defect in gametogenesis
e) sudden infant death syndrome
f) familial genetic malformation
g) environmental influences during pregnancy
h) prematurity
i) inborn error of metabolism
j) blood-group incompatibility


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