We asked NEET MDS students their greatest fear in the Dental NEET PG entrance exams? The majority of them replied with clinical questions. Now, if you may ask, why? Then let us tell you that the NEET MDS Clinical questions require NEET Dental PG aspirants to use their practical learnings to solve them. So, how do you go on about overcoming your greatest fear? That’s right, by practicing.
Practicing important NEET MDS clinical questions are a terrific way to boost your score in the Dental PG exam. While solving questions daily is a useful way to chart your performance, diving into important NEET MDS MCQs can teach you so much more about what you need to be studying and how. PULP MDS Prep App offers you ten free NEET MDS sample questions from the General Pathology to improve your problem-solving skills.
Q 1. A child presents with pellagra-like dermatitis and amino aciduria. Two siblings have the condition and it is absent in two siblings while it’s absent in both parents. Which of the following condition is most likely?
Q 2. A 32-year-old lady having painless palpable left supraclavicular lymph node revealed acidophilic double nuclei “owl eye” appearance of lymph node on histopathological examination with CD15 & CD30 positivity on immunochemistry. The probable diagnosis is?
Q 3. A 54-year-old Man with a history of chronic alcoholism and signs of liver failure reports with a jaw lesion which need to treated surgically. Which test will tell you about clotting ability of the patients’ serum:
Q 6. In a 32 year female patient, left supraclavicular lymph node biopsy histologically shows acidophilic owl eye nucleoli lying freely in empty spaces showing immunohistocompatibility with CD 15 & CD 30, it is suggestive of
Q 10. A 1-month-old boy with severe diarrhea and dehydration is brought to the emergency department. There are no leukocytes or blood in his stool. Which of the following best describes the pathogen that is causing the diarrhea?
A. Double-stranded, segmented RNA virus with a double capsid
B. Gram-negative rod that does not ferment lactose
C. Gram-positive, spore-forming rod
D. Pear-shaped protozoan with two nuclei and four pairs of flagella
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