Medical Science GK Mock Test – 4

Medical Science GK Mock Test – father of medical systems, miscellaneous medical terms, body parts, various chemicals and their usage in medical science, vaccines, various diseases and related information etc.

25 questions on “Medical Science GK Mock Test” objective questions series.

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Que (76): Urine of a diabetes patient contains more than average quantity of which thing?
A. Rice
B. Sugar
C. Cotton
D. Wheat

Answer: Sugar.

Que (77): Which is a form of heart disease in which blood supply to the heart is inadequate?
A. Arrhythmia
B. Mitral Regurgitation
C. Cardiomyopathy
D. Angina

Answer: Angina
Further Information:
What is angina?
– A type of chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the heart.

Que (78): Dog bite can cause rabies. Which other animal can also cause rabies?
A. Cat
B. Bat
C. Rat
D. Dogs

Answer: Bat
Further Information:
People can get rabies from bat after minor, seemingly unimportant, or unrecognized bites or scratches.

Que (79): In which part of the eye lies the pigment, that decides the colour of the eyes of a person?
A. Iris
B. Lens
C. Pupil
D. Choroid

Answer: Iris.

Que (80): Appetite and satiety centres of brain are present in?
A. Neuroimmune
B. cerebellum
C. cerebrum
D. Hypothalmus

Answer: Hypothalmus
Further Information:
Apart from it it also helps in managing body temperature, mood, BP, sleep etc.

Que (81): Which gland disappear during old age?
A. Bone Marrow
B. Spleen
C. Glutes
D. Thymus

Answer: Thymus
Further Information:
Thymus is present at: Upper chest under breastbone,
Function of thymus gland: To make white blood cells that helps body against infection.

Que (82): Which gland is situated beneath the brain and whose over secretion produces giants-size children?
A. Hypothalamus
B. Pineal
C. Thymus
D. Pituitary

Answer: Pituitary
Further Information:
Pituitary gland is located at: Base of the brain,
Size of pituitary gland: Small pea sized.

Que (83): There are approximately how many muscles in human body?
A. 600
B. 800
C. 900
D. 750

Answer: 600

Further Information:
Three main type of muscle include skeletal, smooth and cardiac.

Que (84): Where does antibody formation takes place?
A. Mitochondria
B. Heart
C. Lungs
D. Blood Plasma

Answer: Blood Plasma
Further Information:
Antibodies are made by plasma cells in response to an antigen.

Que (85): What is the smallest structural and functional unit of nervous system?
Ans. Neuron

Some function of neurons are:
– Receiving sensory input from outer world,
– Initiation of action potential,
– Synaptic transmission etc.

Que (86): Which is the membrane that protects the developing embryo from mechanical jerks?
Ans. Amnion

–  In amniotic fluid embryo is suspended.
– Function: Acts as a cushion and protects the fetus from any mechanical jerks.

Que (87): Which is a round worm that enters man’s body through the soles of the feet?
A. Tapeworm
B. Hookworm
C. Fluke
D. Pinworm

Answer: Hookworm
Further Information:
Signs of hookworm infection: Itching, rash etc.

Que (88): What is a Dental formula of man?
A. 2123/2123
B. 2122/2123
C. 2121/2123
D. 2120/2123

Answer: 2123/2123
Further Information:
Where dental formula 2123 denotes 2 incisor, 1 canine, 2 premolar and 3 molar.

Que (89): What is an example of vestigial organ in man?
A. Tonsils
B. Appendix
C. Coccyx
D. All of the above

Answer: D. All of the above.
Further Information:
What are vestigial organs: Organs, tissues or cells in a body which are no more functional the way they used to be.

Que (90): What is the Mendel’s principles of inheritance?
A. Law of Dominance
B. Law of Segregation
C. Law of Independent Assortment
D. All of the above

Answer: D. All of the above

Que (91): Which is a part of the eye that helps in changing the focal length of crystalline lens?
A. Temporalis muscles
B. Deltoid muscles
C. Soleus muscles
D. Ciliary muscles

Answer: Ciliary muscles
Further Information:
As per the distance of the object it helps in changing the focal length of the lens.p

Que (92): Which organ breaks fat to produce cholesterol?
A. Kidneys
B. Liver
C. Spleen
D. Intestines

Answer: Liver
Further Information:
Other functions of liver includes: Producing proteins that helps in blood clotting the help of Vitamin K.

Que (93): Which human organ is most susceptible to harmful radiations?
A. Lungs
B. Stomach
C. Heart
D. Thymus

Answer: Lungs

Que (94): A person feel fatigued due to deposition of which acid in their muscles?
A. Acetic acid
B. Lactic Acid
C. Citrus Acid
D. Folic Acid

Answer: Lactic Acid
Further Information:
Lactic acid is produced in muscles during: Anaerobic metabolism i.e. during this period the body produces energy without using oxygen.

Que (95): In the retina of eye cells what is present for colour differentiation?
A. Cones
B. Pupils
C. Retina
D. Melanin

Answer: Cones
Further Information:
There are two types of cells rods and cones, rods are responsible for vision at low light levels.

Que (96): Which vitamin is essential for the coagulation of blood?
A. Vitamin A
B. Vitamin B
C. Vitamin C
D. Vitamin K

Answer: Vitamin K

Que (97): Which insect spreads kala-azar?
A. Sand fly
B. Land fly
C. Grasshoppers
D. none of these

Answer: Sand fly
Further Information:
Symptoms: Enlargement of spleen and liver, anaemia, fever etc.

Que (98): What is the Branch of science which deals with the study of skin of man?
A. Psychology
B. Psychotherapy
C. Physiotherapy
D. Dermatology

Answer: Dermatology

Que (99): Which antimicrobial drug is suitable for treatment of both tuberculosis and leprosy?
A. Aminoglycosides
B. Macrolides
C. Chloramphenicol
D. Rifampicin

Answer: Rifampicin
Further Information:
It kills the sleeping TB germs before they make you sick.

Que (100): Which tissue help in keeping the body warm?
A. Epithelial tissue
B. Connective tissue
C. Nervous tissue
D. Adipose tissue

Answer: D. Adipose tissue

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Q1. Who is called as the father of surgery?

Ans. Susruta.

Q2. Drinking alcohol causes:

Ans. Dehydration.

Q3. Hypoxia means:

Ans. Low oxygen level in blood.

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