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  1. Physiology question
    Discuss physiological role played by glucocorticoids. Explain its role in response to stress 2073/7

    Explain the physiological basis of blood groupings. Discuss rh incompatibility and autologous transfusion. 2073/7

    Neuroendocrine reflex 2073/7

    • Gap junction 2073/7
    • Neonatal jaundice 2073/7
    • His bundle electrogram 2073/7
    • How pain sensation is carried from periphery to the brain? Explain 2073
    • Discuss the role of ionic channels in cellular function. 2072
    • Trace the pain pathway. Add a not on Descending analgesia system 2072
    • Describe the cardiovascualar, respiratory and other changes during stenuous muscular exercise. 2070/12
    • Describe the pathway for pain sensation from the periphery to the brain. Explain the basi of reffered pain and phantom limb. 2070/12
    • Platelets and applied aspects 2070/12
    • Renin-Angiotensin mechanism 2070/12
    • Types of Hypoxia. In which types of hypoxia is oxygen therapy most? 2070/5
    • Functions of platelets and ITP 2070/5
    • Physiological basis of titanic contraction, fasciculation and rigor 2070/5
    • Last Ditch stand respond of the sympathetic reflex. 2070/5
  2. Bleeding tendency in obstructive jaundice 2068/5
    • Hazards of mismatched blood transfusion 2068/5
    • Renin angiotensin mechanism 2068/5
    • Deep tendon reflex (stretch reflex) 2068/5
    • Physiological basis of bleeding time and clotting time 2068/2
    • Clinical significance of FEV and Babiniski sign 2068/2
    • Enumerate the important compensatory mechanisms that occur in the body after significant he 2067/2
  3. Explain the basis of bitemporal hemanopia and impaired glucose tolerance test in acromegaly. 2066/6
    Define vital capacity aand FEV1. Mention the clinical significane of FEV1. Why does polycythemia occur in high altitude? 2066/6
  4. Explain the basis of bitemporal hemianopia and impaired glucose tolerance in acromegaly 2066/1
    • Define vital capacity and FEV1. Mention the clinical significance of FEV1. Why does polycythaemia occur in high altitude 2066/1
    • Describe briefly renin angiotensin mechanism in BP regulation 2065/12
    • What is Rh incompability. Briefly highlight the hazards of blood transfusion 2065/12
    • Acute mountain sickness 2065/12
    • Fat digestion in small intestine 2065/12
    • Diabetis insipidus 2065/12
    • Physiological aspect of hepatorenal syndrome in obs jaundice 2064/12
    • GFR and its variations in different conditions 2064/12
    • Brown sequard syndrome 2064/12
    • List the compensatory mechanisms that take place during hemorrhagic shock. 4 2064/5
    • Describe briefly the mechanism of skeletal muscle contraction. What causes rigor mortis? 3+1=4 2064/5
    • Stretch reflex 2064/5
    • Describe the immediate compensatory mechanism of haemorrhagic shock 2063/12
    • Acromegaly 2063/12
    • Explain the pathway of temperature sensation from the periphery to the centre 2063/2
    • Describe physiological mechanism to regulate the respiratory acidosis and alkalosis 2063/2
    • What is FEV1. What are the changes of FEV1-FVC and ratio of FEV1 and FVC in obstructive lung disease. What is the significance of FEV1 in PFT 2061/5
    • Define intercellular signaling. Explain the mechanism of action of a chemical signal. 2056

    Name the receptors that mediate pain and outline the neural connections and pathways from the skin to the cerebral cortex that mediate pain sensation. 2056

    Name at least two pregnancy tests you know. Explain the physiological basis of the pregnancy test which is usually done in clinical practice. 2056
  5. State the role of hypothalamus in the regulation of body temperature. Describe the pathophysiology of fever.
    • Explain briefly the functions of the limbic system.
    • Explain the mechanism of formation of urine.
    • Explain the respiratory changes in high altitude and deep sea diving.
  6. Physiological aspect of hepato-renal syndrome in obstructive jaundice 2064/12
    • GFR and its clinical variations in different conditions 2064/12
    • Brown Sequard syndrome 2064/12

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