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                 P.G. DIPLOMA EXAMINATION - 2011
            (HEALTH SCIENCE IN MEDICAL RECORD SCIENCE)

                                         (PAPER –I)
                               110. BASIC SCIENCES
May)                                                                       (Time: 3 Hours
                                 Maximum: 100 Marks

                                         PART - I

                                 SECTION – A                     (6 × 5 = 30)
                            Answer any SIX questions.
  I. (a) Define Medical Terminology. Explain with three suitable examples.
       (b) What is the purposes of Medical Terminology?
       (b) Define the following terms:
            (1) Microbiology (2) Podist (3) Psychiatrist
 II. Write the correct medical terms for the following:
     (1) Yellow         (6) Seven       (11) Third       (16) One and a half
     (2) Grey           (7) Green       (12) Fifth       (17) Two at a time
     (3) Dazzling       (8) Ninety      (13) Dark blue (18) First
     (4) Shining        (9) Ashy        (14) Half        (19) Four
     (5) Dim            (10) Six        (15) White       (20) 10:000
III. Write the correct meanings for the following terms:
     (1) tomy          (6) Tubercle (11) Ab             (16) Post
     (2) Cervical       (7) Gennon       (12) Costo      (17) tripsy
     (3) Proctos        (8) Angeion (13) Enteron          (18) iasis
     (4) Psyche         (9) Cerebrum (14) Bi             (19) Pro
     (5) Meninx         (10) Dys        (15) Anti       (20) Pan
IV. Write the correct medical terms for the followings:
     (1) Opposite       (6) Back of (11) Joint           (16) Marrow
     (2) Liver          (7) Air         (12) Expansion (17) Decrease
     (3) Cartilage      (8) Ear         (13) Blood       (18) Within
     (4) Beneath        (9) Brain       (14) Softening (19) Double
     (5) Forward        (10) Beyond (15) Between         (20) Excess
 V. Expand the following Abbreviations:
     1.    C.D.H. 6.      V.H.D. 11. H.U.S. 16. T.C.          21. G.E.R.D.
     2.    A.S.D. 7       T.A.O. 12. L.G.V. 17. M.I.          22. L.B.B.B.
     3.    S.S.S. 8.      S.A.H. 13. A.P.H         18. O.A. 23. N.C.P.F.
     4.    B.O.H. 9.      S.B.E.   14. C.L.L.      19. A.R. 24. P.S.G.N.
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     5.   P.D.A. 10. L.D.S.        15. I.U.F.D. 20.            E.C.    25. H.R.O.M
VI. Differentiate the following Medical Terms:
         1.     Stasis and Staxis
         2.     Epispastic and Epigastric
         3.     Amenorrhoea and Dysmenorrhoea
         4.     Contusion and Concussion
         5.     Corneal and Cranial
VII. Write the correct medical terms for the following definitions:

         1.   Surgical opening of skull.        6.    Inflammation of the brain.
         2.   A small hollow space in the lung. 7.    Calculus in salivary duct.
         3.   Incision into the intestine.      8.    Disease marked by inflammation of hair
                                                      follicles.
         4.   Pus in the renal pelvis.            9. A set of symptoms which occur together
         5.   Prolapse of viscera.                10. State of being turned back as of uterus.

                                         SECTION – B           (20 × ½ = 10)
VIII. Match the following A & B

Sl. o.           Part – A                                             Part - B
    1.   Lithotomy                       (a) Malignant blood disease
    2.   C.S.F                           (b) Excision of fatty tissue
    3.   Dacryocele                      (c) Mixed tumor of fatty tissue & cartilage
    4.   Cystoscope                      (d) Fixation of a tendon to a bone
    5.   Enterospasam                    (e) Benign Tumor
    6.   Chondroma                       (f) Plastic repair of eyelid
    7.   Blepharoptosis                  (g) Hernia of lacrimal sac
    8.   Dacryocyst                      (h) Crushing of calculi
    9.   Lipoma                          (i) Protein energy
   10.   Lipectomy                       (j) Plastic repair of hernia
   11.   Blepharoplasty                  (k) A cartilaginous tumor
   12.   Cystocele                       (l) Instrument for examining the bladder
   13.   Hypothyroidism                  (m) Painful intestinal contraction
   14.   Chondrofibroma                  (n) Radiogrpahic examination of bladder
   15.   Leukemia                        (o) Lack of R.B.C
   16.   Rhinoplasty                     (p) Dropping of eyelid
   17.   Proctoplasty                    (q) Accumulation of fluid
   18.   Malnutrition                    (r) Goiter
   19.   Anaemia                         (s) Nose formation
   20.   Tenodesis                       (t) The lacrimal sac
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                                  PART – II

              BASIC HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

                               SECTION – A                     (2 × 10 = 20)
                       Write an Essay on the following.

1. Classify White Blood Corpuscle.                                                    (2)
   – Give the Normal differential count.                                              (2)
   – Enumerate their functions.                                                       (8)
2. Enumerate the hormones secreted by anterior and posterior pituitary.              (2)
   Explain the actions of growth membrane.                                           (5)
   Add a note on gigantism and acromegaly.                                           (3)

                               SECTION – B                     (4 × 5 = 20)
                      Write short notes on the following.

1. Hypoxia
       – Definition
       – Types
       – Features of any one
2. Electrocardiogram (ECG)
       – Labelled diagram of ECG
       – Causes of each wave
       – Uses of ECG
3. Cerebrospinal Fluid
   – Formation, Circulation & Functions of CSF
4. Briefly describe the structure of a nephron. Add a note on the steps involved in urine
   formation.
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                                      PART – III

                GENERAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH

I. Choose the Best Answer:                                                       (5 Marks)

   1. One of the common listening exercises which are usually practiced in the earlier years of
      school education is ________
       (a) Note Making        (b) Dictation           (c) Description            (d) Asking Direction
   2. Hearing with the ________
       (a) Smell         (b) Mind                     (c) Sense         (d) Learn
   3. The English language is phonetic. There are only________ sounds while there are about
      1 million words in English
       (a) 45            (b) 54                (c) 44                   (d) 43
   4. ________ technique is used when we need to find a contact number from the phone
      directory
       (a) Skimming (b) Scanning              (c) Intensive Reading (d) Extensive Reading
   5. ________ is used as a word of exclamation, which is used to express a sudden feeling or
      excitement
       (a) Noun       (b) Verb                 (c) Interjection         (d) Conjunction

II. Expand the abbreviations and symbols:                                        (2 Marks)

   1. w/o
   2. @
   3. max.
   4. b/4

III. Reading Comprehension:                                                      (5 Marks)

         Many years ago a very poor peasant bought a plot of land. One day while he was plowing
it, he came upon an iron box that was buried in the soil. When he opened it, he was astonished to
discover that it was filled with valuable gemstones and coins made of silver and gold. Since he
owned the land where it was found, he could have kept the treasure for himself. But the peasant
was a truly honest man. He at once went to the person from whom he had bought the land and
showed him the treasure. “What is this?” asked the previous owner of the plot.
The peasant told him the story of how the treasure was found. But the previous owner refused to
accept it, saying, “The treasure would have been mine if I had found it. I think it must have been
hidden in the plot by my ancestors. As you have found it, it belongs to you.” Finally, the two
men decided to divide the treasure into two equal parts. The peasant and the previous owner of
the plot would each take half. Those were the days when people were not greedy
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1. What was the hidden treasure that the peasant found?
2. What did the peasant do right after he found the treasure?
3. Why didn’t the previous owner of the land want to take the treasure from the peasant?
4. What lesson does this story teach?
5. Do you think that people today are more greedy or less greedy than the characters in this
story?

IV. Say whether the Statement is TRUE or FALSE:                            (3 Marks)

   1. Effective communication is all about conveying your messages to other people clearly
      and unambiguously.
   2. This is a communication process
       Sender  (Message)  Channel  (message)  receiver
   3. Internal communication is considered a vital tool for binding an organization
   4. ‘Listening Is with the Mind’, ‘Hearing with the Senses’.
   5. Listening comprehension is the receptive skill in the oral mode
   6. The SQ3R: (1) Survey, (2) Question, (3) Read, (4) Recite, and (5) Review.

V. Read the following Passage and write a Precis of it:                    (5 Marks)
        There are millions of people, who drink coffee in coffee shops or restaurants all over the
world. While drinking coffee, they talk about the day’s news or they just relax. Coffee shops are
a good place to meet people for a chat, and drinking coffee is a simple way to relax. People also
drink coffee so that they can keep awake. Students drink it late at night because they want to
study. Drivers drink it because they want to keep awake on the road. Most people drink coffee in
the morning when they get up and after each meal. Coffee breaks were a good way to relax at
work. Coffee has a bitter taste, and people usually drink it with sugar or milk. Some people like
to drink their coffee black. In Italy, they drink very strong black coffee. It is called Espresso.
There are some people, who drink their coffee with warm milk, and the Irish have a special
coffee with whisky in it. Coffee comes from coffee beans, and these beans grow on trees. Coffee
trees need sunshine and water, so they grow well in hot countries like South America, South
Africa, India, and the far east. Coffee trees are very delicate and difficult to grow, and picking
the beans is a long process; the workers have a hard job because they pick the beans by hand.
This can take a long time. Brazil produces most of the coffee.

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