The condition in which the intestinal motility is markedly decreased leading to retention of its content?
A). Intestinal obstruction.
B). Paralytic ileus.
C). Abdominal cramps.
D). None of these. The unavoidable swollowing of air along with the food bolus and liquids is termed as?
B). Cardiac achalasia.
D). None of these. Which among the following refers to the spontaneous arrest or prevention of bleeding from injured vessels by physiological process?
B). Blood coagulation.
D). Haemorrhage. The substances which stimulate an immune response is known as?
D). Platelets. The inborn capacity of the body to offer resistance to pathogens and their toxic products is known as?
A). Active immunity.
B). Passive immunity.
C). Innate immunity.
D). Acquired immunity. The process of development and maturation of white blood cells is called?
D). Leukemia. The cell body of neuron is also called?
D). Perikaryon. Apoptosis is also referred as?
A). Proton central death.
B). Programmed cell death.
C). Tissue culture.
D). None of these. The cytoplasm of erythrocytes contains an oxygen binding protein is called?
The following metabolites produce local vasodialation except?
A). Lactic acid.
D). Hyperkalemia. Baroreceptors are present in?
A). Aortic arch.
B). Carotid sinus.
C). Root of the right subclavian artery.
D). All of these. Wound healing by first intention is also known as?
A). Primary union.
B). Secondary union.
D). Chronic inflammation. Which one of the following is an example of cardio-respiratory insufficiency?
A). Cardiac ischemia.
D). Increased work load on the heart. The disordered cellular development is termed as?
D). Chronic inflammation. Which of the following muscle is known as peripheral heart?
D). Gluteal. Which among the following is the largest cavity in human body?
A). Cranial cavity
B). Thoracic cavity.
C). Abdominal cavity.
D). Pelvic cavity. The ends and tips of a bone which ossify from secondary centres are called?
D). Bone marrow. The swelling or dilation of blood vessels where part of the wall of artery inflated like balloon?
C). Buerger’s disease.
D). Intusussception. Vitamin B 12, known as extrinsic factor, is essential for?
A). Maturation of RBC.
B). Maturation of WBC.
D). Lymphocytes. Leydig’s cells secretes?