DNB Theory question bank 2022 | Neuromascular disorders
This is a 2022 update on previously asked questions in the DNB pediatrics theory exam. The questions are arranged topic-wise.
How to use?
- Questions are arranged in chronological order, latest first
- Each question is followed by a Numbers.
- Numbers in bracket are Year followed by session, 1 is June session, 2 is December session eg. (2022/1) is a question from June 2022 question paper
- The number after the bracket is Marks allotted for eg. 5+5 is 5 marks for each subquestion.
Evaluation and Investigation of Neuromuscular Disorders
- Pseudoparalysis (2006)
- Briefly discuss the role of electrophysiological studies in pediatric neurological disorders. (2004/2)10
- Differential diagnosis of Floppy Infant (1996/1) 12
- Genetic counseling in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (2019/1) 5
- Family Genetic Counseling to parents with 2 boys having calf hypertrophy and progressive proximal leg muscle weakness (2007/1)10
Disorders of Neuromuscular Transmission and of Motor Neurons
- Diagnosis of myasthenia gravis (2018/1)5
- Discuss about the clinical features, types, diagnosis and management of Myasthenia Gravis. (2011/2)3+2+2+3
- Clinical features, diagnostic evaluation and treatment of myasthenia gravis. (2010/1) 3+3+4
- Therapies for spinal muscular atrophy (2018/2) 5
- A) Classification of spinal muscular atrophies (SMA) 5
B) Major distinguishing features amongst various forms of SMA (2015/2)5
- Types, clinical presentation and management of spinal muscular atrophies (2014/2) 2+4+4
- Discuss the differential diagnosis of a floppy infant. Write a short note on clinical and laboratory characteristics of Werdnig- Hoffman disease. (2013/1) 4+3+3
Hereditary Motor-Sensory Neuropathies
- Describe the different types of hereditary neuropathies. Outline the diagnostic approach and management of type 1 hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy. (2010/1)4+6
- Toxic Neuropathy 15
- Familial dysautonomia (1/2016)5
- Autonomic neuropathies (1/2016)5
- Outline the pathway of the seventh cranial nerve. Discuss the diagnosis and management of Bell’s palsy. (2004/2) 4+3+3