2nd Professional ( Pathology & Microbiology-I) B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination February 2014


2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination February 2014

Subject: Pathology & Microbiology-I (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any two parts from each question

All questions carry equal marks


Q: No: 01: a) What are the cellular adaptation? Write in short about metaplasia.

b) Define necrosis and apoptosis. What are the types of necrosis? Describe the morphology of coagulative necrosis.

c) What is free radical? Give some examples of free radicals. How free radicals are eliminated from the body?

Q: No: 02: a) Define chronic inflammation. Draw and label a tubercular granuloma.

b) Name the chemical mediators of inflammation with their funciton.

c) Define thrombus. What is Virchow’s triad and fate of thrombus?

Q: No: 03: a) Define tumor. What are the features of a malignant tumor?

b) Write in short about laboratory diagnosis of tumor.

c) Write short notes on: i) Pathological calcification ii) Fatty change of liver iii) Tumor marker


Q: No: 04: a) What are the complications of wound healing? Name the factors influencing wound healing.

b) Define osteomyelitis. Write briwfly about the aetiology and pathogenesis of chronic pyogenic osteomyelitis.

c) Classify Vitamins. What are the sources of vitamin A and C. Write down the deficiency manifestations of vitamin A and D.

Q: No: 05: a) Define and classify anemai. What are the causes of microcytic hypochromic anemai?

b) Describe the pathogenesis of Rheumatic fever. What are the criteria for the diagnosis of rheumatic fever?

c) What is meningitis? Mention the CSF findings of different types of meningitis.

Q: No: 06: a) What is shock? Classify shock. Write in short about the pathogenesis of septic shock.

b) Name the oncogenic viruses and the tumor produced by them.

c) Write short notes on: i) Paraneoplastic syndrome ii) Repair and regeneration iii) Hyperplasia.

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