PAEDIATRIC 10 years question paper for 3rd prof part2 WBUHS

PAEDIATRIC 10 years question paper for 3rd prof part2 WBUHS

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Recent Marks Distributions of WBUHS

❤ PAEDIATRICS including NEONATOLOGY

A. Theory examination 40 marks

Group-A

1) Long Question (Basic & Allied)

             1                      = 10 Marks
Group-B

2) Short answer type

         2 out of 3                      = 2 x 5 =10 Marks
Group-C

3) Short Notes

         3 out of 4                      = 3 x 4 =12 Marks
Group-D

4) Short problem based question

             1                      = 8 Marks
Total                      = 40 Marks

 

B. Practical Examination = 30 Marks [20+10]

  1. One long case = 20 marks
  2. One short case = 10 marks

 

C. Oral Examination = 10 Marks [5+5]

  1. X- rays ( Paediatric), other images (CT, USG, MRI )     = 5 marks
  2. ECG, charts, instruments                                                 = 5 marks

D. Internal Assessment = 20 Marks (theory 10 + practical 10)

 

 

TOTAL 100 Marks in PAEDIATRICS including NEONATOLOGY

 

 

 

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2018

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Discuss the process of vitamin D absorption and metabolism. Mention the clinical and radiological features of Vitamin deficient Rickets. 5+5

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) ‘Warm chain’ in New born.

b) Differentiation of Jitteriness from convulsion in Neonate.

c) Clinical features and management of Acute Bronchiolitis in 6 months old infant.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three) of the following: 3 x 4

a) Baby of days old, mother having chickenpox

b) MMR vaccine.

c) Febrile convulsion.

d) Indications of renal biopsy in Nephrotic syndrome.

Group-D

4. A two year old child presented in the emergency room with history of sudden onset of difficulty in breathing. What is the probable diagnosis? How will you diagnose and manage such case? 2+6

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2017

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Describe the functions of the different parts of a nephron. Mention the laboratory diagnosis of Nephrotic Syndrome. 7 +3

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Late onset of Neonatal sepsis.

b) Developmental milestones of a normal child of one year.

c) Management of Hypothermia in Neonate.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three) of the following: 3 x 4

a) Management of foreign body in Respiratory tract.

b) Initial steps of resuscitation of a new born.

c) IPV.

d) Features of HIV in children.

Group-D

4. A three year old boy has been brought to the emergency with convulsion persisting for more than 30

minutes. 2+6

a) What is the probable diagnosis?

b) Outline the management of such a patient.

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2016

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Describe the functions of the different parts of a nephron. Mention the laboratory diagnosis of Nephrotic Syndrome. 7 +3

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Late onset of Neonatal sepsis.

b) Developmental milestones of a normal child of one year.

c) Management of Hypothermia in Neonate.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three) of the following: 3 x 4

a) Management of foreign body in Respiratory tract.

b) Initial steps of resuscitation of a new born.

c) IPV.

d) Features of HIV in children.

Group-D

4. A three year old boy has been brought to the emergency with convulsion persisting for more than 30 minutes. 2+6

a) What is the probable diagnosis?

b) Outline the management of such a patient.

 

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2015

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Name the common causes of generalised oedema in children. Describe the pathophysiology of oedema in children. 2+8

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Phototherapy in neonates.

b) Write your plan of feeding of a premature very low birth weight new born baby.

c) Developmental milestones achieved at 9 months of age.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three) of the following: 3 x 4

a) M.M.R vaccine.

b) Kangaroo mother care.

c) Skeletal changes in Rickets.

d) Treatment of infected Scabies.

Group-D

4. A 3 year old child presented in emergency room with history of fever and cough for 3 days and respiratory distress for one day. Enumerate the common differential diagnosis for the case. How will you approach the case to arrive at a definite diagnosis? 3+5

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2014

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Describe the formation and circulation of CSF in brain. Describe the clinical features of raised intracranial pressure of a 6 years old child. Give an outline of treatment of such a patient. 3+3+4

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Hypoglycemia in neonate.

b) Haemorrhagic disease of new born.

c) Enumerate the vaccines that can be given to an unimmunized 2 years old child.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three): 3 x 4

a) Modified Jones Criteria.

b) Pneumatocele.

c) Common causes and laboratory diagnosis of iron deficiency anaemia in children.

d) Causes and clinical features of hyponatremia.

Group-D

4. A 6-year-old girl child is admitted with hematuria, moderate oedema and headache. Mention the possible differential diagnosis. How will you evaluate such a case to reach to a definite diagnosis? 2+6

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2013

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Pathophysiology of large VSD and the future changes in haemodynamics if remain untreated. Mention the complications of VSD. Outline the treatment of VSD with CCF. 5+3+2

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Kangaroo Mother Care.

b) Clinical features and laboratory investigation of Dengue fever in children.

c) Neonatal Sepsis screening.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three): 3 x 4

a) Utility of growth chart.

b) Rabies Prophylaxis.

c) Miliary tuberculosis in children

d) Pulse polio immunization.

Group-D

4. A 4 years old child prescribed with h/o lever for 7 days and recurrent convulsion for last two days and headache. How will you proceed for diagnosis clinically and by laboratory investigations? 4 + 4

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2012

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Discuss briefly the synthesis of Thyroid hormones. Outline the clinical features and treatment of Cretinism. 5+3+2

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Management of Cyanotic Spell in Tetralogy of Fallot.

b) Prevention of Hypothermia in Newborn.

c) Diagnosis of Rheumatic Arthritis.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three): 3 x 4

a) Pulsus-Paradoxus.

b) Complications of acute glomerulonephritis.

c) Biochemical change in Rickets.

d) Milestones of development in a one year old child.

Group-D

4. A 4 years old child presented with pallet, fever, gum bleeding and 1.5 cm. palpable spleen. Mention the diagnostic possibility and investigations to confirm diagnosis. 3+5=8

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2011

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Describe formation, circulation, absorption and composition of C.S.F. of a normal child. Give outline of management of Tubercular Meningitis of 2 years old child. 11/2+11/2+11/2+11/2+4

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Bell’s palsy.

b) Kangaroo-mother carer.

c) Sepsis screen of newboms.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three): 3 x 4

a) Laboratory diagnosis of Acute Glomerulonephritis.

b) Febrile convulsion.

c) Diet of one year old infant.

d) Head-circumference.

Group-D

4. A two years old child has presented with fever for 20 days. Examination revealed some pallor, hepato-splenomegaly and purpuric spots all over the body. 5+3

a) Write the differential diagnosis.

b) Suggest investigations to reach the final diagnosis.

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2010

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Outline the Metabolism of iron in the body. Compare the laboratory findings of iron deficiency Anemia and Thalassemia. 4+6

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Breast milk versus Cow’s milk.

b) Developmental milestones of one year old child.

c) Urinary findings of acute post streptococcal glomerulonephritis.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three): 3 x 4

a) Transient Tachypnea of new born.

b) Clinical presentation and management of Acute Bronchiolitis.

c) OPV versus IPV.

d) Photo Therapy.

Group-D

4. A seven year old with History of exchange transfusion in neonatal period, presents with Haematemesis . Physical examination is unremarkable except for splenomegaly (6 cm).

What is your differential Diagnosis? Describe the steps to the management of this child. 1+7

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2009

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. Give an outline of bilirubin metabolism. Describe the underlying mechanism for physiological jaundice in the new-born. 6+4

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Causes of failure of breast feeding?

b) Routine care of newborn in the delivery room.

c) Clinical features and treatment of scabies in children.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three): 3 x 4

a) Rheumatic chorea.

b) Laboratory evaluation of ascites of a child.

c) Tuberculin test.

d) Vascular purpura.

Group-D

4. A four years old child has been brought to the emergency with convulsion persisting for more than 30 minutes. How you will diagnose the case? Briefly narrate the management of the case.

The West Bengal University of Health Sciences

M.B.B.S. 3rd Professional Part –II Examination, 2008

Subject: Paediatrics including Neonatology

Time: 2 hrs. Full Marks: 40

Use separate answer scripts for each group

Attempt all questions. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Group-A

1. What is glomerular filtration? How it is affected in acute Post streptococcal glomerulonephritis? Describe the underlying pathogenic mechanism for the clinical picture of acute PSGN? l+3+6

Group-B

2. Write briefly on the following (any two): 2 x 5

a) Give an outline of the clinical features of neonatal sepsis.

b) Describe briefly the Complications of low birth weight (LBW) babies.

c) Write in short the indications and complications of phototherapy.

Group-C

3. Write short notes on (any three): 3 x 4

a) Dietary management of severe Protein Emergency Malnutrition (PEM).

b) Congenital hypothyroidism.

c) Clinical features of pyogenic meningitis in children.

d) Complications of Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD).

 

Group-D

4. A 4 years old boy was presented at the emergency room with acute onset of cough and respiratory distress. He has no fever. His father also suffers from recurrent episodes of similar problem. The child was admitted three times with similar complications in the preceding one year. What is your most probable diagnosis? How will you manage the condition? 1+7

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