NBDE Part 1 Practice Exam Series 30 – Physiology NBDE Part 1 Study Material

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NBDE Part 1 Practice Exam Series 30

 

Question 1: All of the following actions are produced by thyroid hormones except?

A. Affects the metabolic rate

B. Decreases oxygen consumption

C. Increases heat production

D. Maintains normal growth and development process

Answer

Answer: [B]

 

Question 2: Which of the following statement is correct?

In hyperparathyroidism, there is extensive bone decalcification.

In hyperparathyroidism blood level of calcium falls while high blood phosphate level is seen.

 

A. Both statements are correct

B. Both statements are incorrect

C. The first statement is correct while the second statement is incorrect

D. The first statement is incorrect while the second statement is correct

Answer

Answer: [C]

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Question 3: On which of the following endocrine gland the cortisol has a direct inhibitory effect?

A. Hypothalamus

B. Adrenal cortex

C. Pancreas

D. Thyroid

Answer

Answer: [A]

 

Question 4: Which of the following statement is correct?

Spatial summation occurs when two excitatory impulses arrive at a postsynaptic neuron simultaneously.

Temporal summation occurs when two excitatory impulses arrive at a postsynaptic neuron in rapid succession.

 

A. Both statements are correct

B. Both statements are incorrect

C. The first statement is correct while the second statement is incorrect

D. The first statement is incorrect while the second statement is correct

Answer

Answer: [A]

 

Question 5: Which of the following statement is correct regarding muscarinic receptors?

A. They can be stimulated by acetylcholine

B. They are blocked by atropine

C. They are present in heart, smooth muscles, and glands

D. All of the above

Answer

Answer: [D]

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