Psychiatry FCPS Solved MCQs

Psychiatry FCPS Solved MCQs

Psychiatry FCPS Solved MCQs

Here we are presenting Psychiatry FCPS Part 1 Solved MCQs. All MCQs on this page are already solved and taken from Psychiatry FCPS Part 1 Past papers. You can also submit your MCQs to us and we will publish on our website with your name.
So now you can learn Some Psychiatry.

Psychiatry MCQs


1. olfactory sensations

A. soluble in wate
B. lipid solubl
C. both lipid and water soluble
D. none of these


2. Schwann cells for PNS and for CNS

A. astrocytes
B. microglia
C. oligodendrocyt
D. none of these



3. scenario on subdural hematoma structure involved

A. great veins
B. Middle meningial ar
C. bridging veins
D. none of these


4. structure carrying sharp pain

A. ant spinothala
B. dorsal colu
C. lat spinothalamic
D. none of these


5. left homonomous heminopia structure damaged

A. optic chiasm
B. optic nerve
C. optic tract left
D. none of these


6. loss of motor functions,which structure involved

A. anterior limb
B. posterior limb
C. genu D.ant part of post limb
D. none of these


7. regarding trigeminothalamic tract

D. none of these


8. feeding centre(lateral hypothalamus not given)

A. anterior hypothalamus
B. post hypothalamus
D. none of these


9. Imprinting

A. psychological problem
B. in birds
C. learning method
D. none of these


10. stimulant for aldos

A. hypokalemia
B. acidosis
C. hyperkalemia
D. none of these


11. physical dependence caused by usually

A. cocaine
B. alcohol
C. heroine
D. none of these


12. drug which is teratogenic

A. diazepam
B. fluphenazine
C. lithium
D. none of these


13. medial geniculate body

A. lateromedially to thalamus
B. not related to thalamus
C. attached to main mass of thalamus
D. none of these


14. teacher feel tremors during writing,,drug should be given

A. diazepam
B. methyldopa
C. propranolol
D. none of these


15. child during sleep grinds teeth,condition called

A. somnabulism
B. narcolepsy
C. bruxism
D. none of these


16. diabetic patient has soft woolly spots in eyes,,cause

A. diabetes mellitus
B. retinal detachment
C. vessel occlusion
D. none of these


17. drugs inducing rapid eye movement sleep

A. A.benzodiazepines
B. barbiturates
C. hypnotics
D. no drug can do it


18. tricyclic antidepressants ,,also effect receptors

A. beta1
B. betaA2
C. alpha
D. none of these


19. In a 12 years old male, having myoclonic seizures, what will you advice

A. Carbamazepine
B. Phenytoin
C. Ethosuximide
D. Phenobarbitone


20. Direction of sound is detected by

A. Organ of Corti
B. Basilar Membrane
C. Inferior olivary Nucleus
D. Superior Colliculus


21. Cultural Latah Syndrome

A. Mostly in middle aged females
B. Startle Reaction
C. In Middle East Countries
D. Severe disorder


22. Gustatory Area is supplied by

A. Anterior Cerebral Artery
B. Posterior Cerebral Artery
C. Middle Cerebral Artery
D. Anterior Communicating Artery



23. Seizures, 3 spikes per second , management

A. Ethosuximide
B. Phenytoin
C. Carbamazepine
D. Phenobarbitone


24. Mature defence Mechanism

A. Denial
B. Regression
C. Introjection
D. Altruism


25. Patient is having Choreo-athetosis, lesion in

A. Caudate
B. Putamen
C. Basal Ganglia
D. Thalamus



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