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Dr. MGR University Question Papers,2008 to 2014 Question Papers,M.D. DEGREE BRANCH I –GENERAL MEDICINE,Paper I – APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE

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2008 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH I –GENERAL MEDICINE

 (Candidates admitted from 2004-2005 onwards)
 Paper I - APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
 Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
I. ANATOMY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 X 5=20)
1. Pericardium
2. Occulomotor nerve
3. Adrenal gland
4. Spleen.
5. Nerve supply of the Bladder.
II. PHYSIOLOGY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 X 5=20)
1. Physiology of aerobic exercise.
2. Sympatho – Adrenal system physiology
3. Hypothalamo – pitutary axis.
4. Ventilation – Perfusion Quotient.
5. Renin – Angiotensin physiology.
III. BIOCHEMISTRY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Kreb’s cycle.
2. Acid – base balance.
3. Essential fatty acids.
4. Calcium metabolism.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Nitric oxide.
2. Drug interactions.
3. Sulfasalazine.
4. Vitamin Excess.
V. PATHOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Reid sternberg gaint cell.
 2. Non – Caseating granuloma
 3. Bridging Necrosis.
 4. Cancer Genetics.
VI. MICROBIOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 X 5=15)
1. Cytomegalovirus.
2. Pneumocystis infection.
3. Gonococcal infection.
4. Delta virus of Hepatitis.
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2009 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATIONS
Branch I – GENERAL MEDICINE
(Candidates admitted from 2004 – 2005 to 2007-2008)
and (candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
Paper I – APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
I. ANATOMY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 x 5=20)
1. Oculomotor Nerve.
2. Para thyroid gland.
3. Broncho-pul monary segments.
4. Nervous control of urinary bladder.
5. Structure of pancreas.
II. PHYSIOLOGY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 x 5=20)
1. Liver function tests.
2. Syndrome of shock.
3. Calcium metabolism.
4. Gut Hormones.
5. Thyroid function tests.
III. BIOCHEMISTRY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Serum protein Eloctrophoresis.
2. Porphyrin metabolism.
3. Glucose – 6 – phosphate dehydrogenase.
4. Abnormalities of potassium.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Newer Quinolones.
2. Anti- malarial drugs.
3. Anti-viral agents.
4. Oral hypoglycaemic agents.
V. PATHOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Chronic myeloid leukemia.
2. Renal manifestations of SLE.
3. Rheumatic Fever.
4. Brain Abscess.
VI. MICROBIOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Aspergillosis.
2. Preumocystis carini.
3. Leprosy.
4. Mycoplasma.
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2009 Question Paper 

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATIONS
Branch I – GENERAL MEDICINE
(Candidates admitted from 2004 – 2005 to 2007-2008)
and (candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
Paper I – APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
I. ANATOMY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 x 5=20)
1. Venous drainage of Brain
2. Optic Nerve
3. Thyroid Gland
4. Glomerulus
5. Pancreas
II. PHYSIOLOGY - Answer any FOUR questions. (4 x 5=20)
1. Kidney function tests
2. Function of Para thyroid gland
3. Conduction system of Heart and ECG
4. Erythropoises and its regulation
5. Fat metabolism
III. BIOCHEMISTRY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Plasma Proteins
2. Iron metabolism
3. Coagulation of blood
4. Gastric secretion and their hormones
IV. PHARMACOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Antiretroviral Drugs
2. Antihelminthics
3. Anti arrhythmic drugs
4. Coagulants and Anticoagulants
V. PATHOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Hodgkins disease
2. Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
3. Pericarditis
4. Pituitary Adenoma
VI. MICROBIOLOGY - Answer any THREE questions. (3 x 5=15)
1. Extra pulmonary Tuberculosis
2. Cestode infestation
3. Leptospirosis
4. Extra intestinal amoebiasis
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2010 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 Branch I – GENERAL MEDICINE
Paper I – (for candidates admitted from 2004-2005 to 2007-2008) and
 Part I – Paper I (for candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
 Draw suitable diagram wherever necessary.
 Answer ALL questions.
I. ANATOMY (4 x 5=20)
1. Mediastinum.
2. Coronary circulation.
3. Nerve supply of urinary bladder.
4. Blood supply of liver.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4 x 5=20)
1. Cardiogenic shock.
2. Physiology of micturition.
3. Hyponatraemia.
4. Liver function tests.
III. BIOCHEMISTRY (3 x 5=15)
1. Glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1C).
2. Dyslipidemia.
3. Glucose – 6 phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3 x 5=15)
1. Antiviral drugs.
2. Antihelminthic drugs.
3. Anti epileptics.
V. PATHOLOGY (3 x 5=15)
1. Haemolylic anaemia.
2. Chronic myeloid leukemia.
3. Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis.
VI. MICROBIOLOGY (3 x 5=15)
1. Amoebiasis.
2. Herpes zoster.
3. Leptospirosis.
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2010 Question Paper

 M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATIONS
 BRANCH I –GENERAL MEDICINE
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Paper I - (for candidates admitted from 2004 – 2005 to 2007-2008) and
Part I - (for candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
I. ANATOMY (4 X 5=20)
1. Circle of Willis.
2. Conduction system of the heart.
3. Segments of the lung.
4. Collecting system of the kidney.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4 X 5=20)
1. Gut hormones.
2. Thyroid function tests.
3. Micturition reflex.
4. Renin-angiotensin system
III. BIOCHEMISTRY (3 X 5=15)
1. Fat soluble vitamins.
2. Acid phosphatase.
3. Respiratory acidosis.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY. (3 X 5=15)
1. Antithyroid drugs.
2. Statins.
3. Side effects of beta blockers.
V. PATHOLOGY (3 X 5=15)
1. Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria.
2. Non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
3. Multiple myeloma.
VI. MICROBIOLOGY (3 X 5=15)
1. Tape worm.
2. Hepatitis C virus.
3. Candidiasis.
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2011 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH I – GENERAL MEDICINE
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : 3 hours Maximum : 100 marks
 (180 Min)
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Write notes on Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
I. ANATOMY
1. Muscles of Respiration. 3 9 5
2. Right Atrium. 3 9 5
3. Vagus Nerve. 3 9 5
4. Development of Pancreas. 3 9 5
II. PHYSIOLOGY
1. Enzymes involved in protein digestion. 3 9 5
2. Cough reflex. 3 9 5
3. Compensatory response of organs in Hypovolemic shock. 3 9 5
4. Bile acids. 3 9 5
III. BIOCHEMISTRY
1. Essential Amino acids. 3 9 5
2. Vitamin E. 3 9 5
3. Prostaglandins. 3 9 5
IV. PHARMACOLOGY.
1. Adverse effects of Phenytoin. 3 9 5
2. Quinine. 3 9 5
3. Vancomycin. 3 9 5
V. PATHOLOGY
1. Type IV Hypersensitivity. 3 9 5
2. Types of Emphysema. 3 9 5
3. Pathological features of Alzheimer’s disease. 3 9 5
VI. MICROBIOLOGY
1. Chikungunya virus. 3 9 5
2. Lab diagnosis of leptospirosis. 3 9 5
3. Autoclave. 3 9 5
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2011 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH I –GENERAL MEDICINE
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : 3 hours Maximum : 100 marks
 (180 Min)
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Write notes on : Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
I. ANATOMY
1. Foetal circulation. 3 9 5
2. Facial nerve. 3 9 5
3. Internal capsule – composition and blood supply. 3 9 5
4. Broncho pulmonary segments. 3 9 5
II. PHYSIOLOGY
1. Tests of gastric function. 3 9 5
2. Erythropoietin. 3 9 5
3. Blood Brain Barrier. 3 9 5
4. Physiology of micturition. 3 9 5
III. BIOCHEMISTRY
1. Immunoglobulins. 3 9 5
2. Plasma enzyme in disease. 3 9 5
3. Iron metabolism. 3 9 5
IV. PHARMACOLOGY
1. Anti retroviral drugs. 3 9 5
2. Newer anti platelet drugs. 3 9 5
3. Newer macrolides. 3 9 5
V. PATHOLOGY
1. Bridging necrosis. 3 9 5
2. RPGN. (Rapidly Progressive Glomerulo Nephritis) 3 9 5
3. Lacunar Infarct. 3 9 5
VI. MICROBIOLOGY
1. PCR in clinical medicine. 3 9 5
2. Serological tests of tuberculosis. 3 9 5
3. Hepatitis ‘C’ virus. 3 9 5
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2012 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH I –GENERAL MEDICINE
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : 3 hours Maximum : 100 marks
 (180 Min)
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Write notes on Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
I. ANATOMY
1. Left ventricle. 3 9 5
2. Microscopic structure of lung. 3 9 5
3. Oculomotor nerve- course and sites of lesions. 3 9 5
4. Pituitary gland and its vasculature. 3 9 5
II. PHYSIOLOGY
1. Carbohydrate digestion. 3 9 5
2. Control of respiration. 3 9 5
3. Action potential and its applied physiology. 3 9 5
4. Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone system. 3 9 5
III. BIOCHEMISTRY
1. Metabolism and functions of Vitamin A. 3 9 5
2. Clinical importance of Glycogenolysis. 3 9 5
3. Acid phosphatase-isoforms and function. 3 9 5
IV. PHARMACOLOGY.
1. Adverse effects of Carbamazepine. 3 9 5
2. Insulin analogues-clinical use & benefits over human
 insulin. 3 9 5
3. Clinical advantages of Carbidopa. 3 9 5
V. PATHOLOGY
1. Anaphylaxis. 3 9 5
2. Parkinson’s disease. 3 9 5
3. Atherosclerotic plague. 3 9 5
VI. MICROBIOLOGY
1. Complement system. 3 9 5
2. Serological tests for syphilis. 3 9 5
3. Life cycle of hook worm. 3 9 5
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2012 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH I –GENERAL MEDICINE
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code : 202000
Time : 3 hours Maximum : 100 marks
 (180 Min)
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
Write notes on Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
I. ANATOMY
1. Circle of Willis & its importance. 3 9 5
2. Bronchopulmonary segments & its significance. 3 9 5
3. Facial nerve -course & applied Anatomy. 3 9 5
4. Microscopic structure of liver. 3 9 5
II. PHYSIOLOGY
1. Conduction system of heart. 3 9 5
2. Control of thyroid secretion. 3 9 5
3. Urinary bladder control. 3 9 5
4. Renal function tests. 3 9 5
III. BIOCHEMISTRY
1. Hydrochloric acid secretion in stomach. 3 9 5
2. Bile pigment metabolism. 3 9 5
3. Vitamin D-New concepts. 3 9 5
IV. PHARMACOLOGY.
1. Angiotensin receptor blockers-clinical use. 3 9 5
2. Rosuvastatin-Indications, mechanism of action, benefits. 3 9 5
3. Azithromycin-Indications, Adverse reactions. 3 9 5
V. PATHOLOGY
1. Acute hepatitis- gross structure & microscopic appearance. 3 9 5
2. Post streptococcal glomerulonephritis-microscopic
 appearance. 3 9 5
3. Structural lesions in Chronic bronchitis. 3 9 5
VI. MICROBIOLOGY
1. Structure and classification of Dengue virus. 3 9 5
2. Lab diagnosis of tuberculosis. 3 9 5
3. Microbiological diagnosis of Malaria. 3 9 5
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2013 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
 BRANCH I –GENERAL MEDICINE
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code: 202000
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Write notes on:
I. ANATOMY (4X5=20)
1. Coronary arteries & its branches-clinical importance.
2. Pyramidal tract & its applied anatomy.
3. Microscopic structure of Kidney.
4. Lymphatic drainage of the lungs.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4X5=20)
1. Describe Erythropoiesis.
2. Structure and Functioning of Neuromuscular junction.
3. Interpretation of Lung function tests.
4. Regulation of secretion of Pituitary hormones.
III. BIO-CHEMISTRY (3X5=15)
1. Neoglucogenesis and its importance.
2. Uric acid metabolism in health and disease.
3. Biological markers of malignancy.

IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3X5=15)
1. DPP IV inhibitors-Indications & clinical benefits.
2. Discuss Bosentan.
3. Clinical use of Carbapenams.

V. MICROBIOLOGY (3X5=15)
1. Microbes causing acute cystitis.
2. Classification of Bacterial food poisoning.
3. Hand washing-current importance.
VI. PATHOLOGY (3X5=15)
1. Lobar pneumonia.
2. Nephrotic syndrome.
3. Alcoholic cirrhosis.

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2013 Question Paper

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
BRANCH I – GENERAL MEDICINE
APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code: 202000
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Write notes on:
I. ANATOMY (4 x 5 = 20)
 1. Blood supply of Heart.
 2. Meckel’s Diverticulum.
 3. Blood Brain Barrier.
 4. Development of Lung.
II. PHYSIOLOGY (4 x 5 = 20)
 1. Splanchnic circulation.
 2. Respiratory Alkalosis.
 3. Febrinolytic System.
 4. Countercurrent multiplier System.

III. BIO-CHEMISTRY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Electrophoretic Pattern of Proteins.
 2. Lactic Acidosis.
 3. Glycogenesis.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Daptomycin – Indications and Adverse Reactions.
 2. Fibrates – Indications and side effects.
 3. Sodium Nitroprusside.
V. MICROBIOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Serologic Tests for Syphilis.
 2. Pathologic species and Diagnostic Laboratory Tests.
 3. Laboratory Tests for Cryptococcus.
VI. PATHOLOGY (3 x 5 = 15)
 1. Silicosis and Lung.
 2. Morphology of ASD.
 3. Berger’s disease and IgA Nephropathy.
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2014 Question Paper

 M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
BRANCH I –GENERAL MEDICINE
 APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
 Q.P. Code :202000
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Write Notes on :
I. ANATOMY: (4X5=20)
1. Anatomy of cavernous sinus and its lesions.
2. Speech centre and its lesions.
3. Portal hypertension.
4. Cauda equina and its lesions.
II. PHYSIOLOGY: (4X5=20)
1. Coagulation cascade.
2. Surfactant.
3. ACE inhibition.
4. Ventricular remodeling.

III. BIO-CHEMISTRY: (3X5=15)
1. Markers of acute kidney injury.
2. ABG in respiratory diseases
3. Evaluation of Wilsons diseases.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY: (3X5=15)
1. Drug therapy of resistant hypertension.
2. Newer antidepressants.
3. Tolvaptan.
V. PATHOLOGY: (3X5=15)
1. Alcoholic liver injury.
2. Pathologic changes in Alzheimers disease.
3. Pathology of acute lung injury.
VI. MICROBIOLOGY: (3X5=15)
1. Serological diagnosis of HIV infection.
2. Diagnosis of leptospirosis.
3. Proinflammatory cytokines.
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2014 Question Paper

 M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION
BRANCH I – GENERAL MEDICINE
PAPER I - APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES IN GENERAL MEDICINE
Q.P. Code: 202000
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Write Notes on:
I. ANATOMY: (4 x 5 = 20)
1. Lymphatic drainage of Lung.
2. Extra ocular muscles and actions.
3. Development of spleen.
4. Recurrent laryngeal nerve lesions.
II. PHYSIOLOGY: (4 x 5= 20)
1. Exocrine functions of pancreas.
2. Metabolic acidosis.
3. Erythropoiesis.
4. Sleep disorders.
III. BIO-CHEMISTRY: (3 x 5 = 15)
1. Uric acid metabolism.
2. Thyroid function tests.
3. Urine tests for inborn errors of metabolism.
IV. PHARMACOLOGY: (3 x 5 = 15)
1. Insulin degludec.
2. Newer antimalarials.
3. H1 blockers.
V. PATHOLOGY: (3 x 5 = 15)
1. Primary intracranial tumours.
2. Restrictive cardiomyopathy.
3. Ulcerative colitis.
VI. MICROBIOLOGY: (3 x 5 = 15)
1. Serological diagnosis of ebola.
2. Laboratory tests for atypical mycobacteria.
3. Transport media.
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