Dear All, We have added a compilation of remebered questions of Institute of Medicine (IOM ) MD\/MS entrance of 2074. There were 100 questions with majority coming from medicine, anatomy and pharmacology. We hope you enjoy these questions. These are memory based questions of IOM PG entrance exam 2074 held on 2074 Chaitra 17 from 10 am to 12 am. View on google drive\u00a0These are authentic and the most accurate questions, compiled by the examiners themselves. You will not find them in any other question banks commercially available in the market. Additionally, we will also be posting NAMS 2075 questions at the end of this article.Due to the high popularity of this article, we endeavor to share them in text below. Question 1: A child presented with type 1 collagen defect. He also had recurrent fractures and blue sclera? What is the diagnosis?a. Osteogenesis Imperfecta \u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 b. Marfan syndrome c. Achondroplasia d. Battered baby syndrome Question 2: Shoulder impingement is manifestation of tear of which muscle? a. Supraspinatus b. Infraspinatus c. Teres Minor d. Subscapularis Supraspinatus is the smallest muscle of the rotator cuff musculotendinous unit. The most common site of impingement is in the subacromial region. Question 3: Musculocutaneous nerve ends as a. Medial cutaneous nerve of arm b. Medial cutaneous nerve of forearm c. Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm d. Medial cutaneous nerve of armThe musculocutaneous nerve is the branch of the lateral cord of brachial plexus. It has a root value of C5,6,7. It traverses anteriorly through the arm and ends as lateral cutaneous nerve of the forearm 2cm above the elbow. Question 4: Major source of gluconeogenesis is a. Protein b. Fatty acid c. Glycerol d. Fat Question 5: De’ja vu means a. Unfamiliarity of familiar situations b. Familiarity of unfamiliar situations c. Hearing of unfamiliar events\u00a0 d. Complete forgetfulness of past events De’ja vu determines its origin from French meaning “already seen”Question 6: Spinal Cord ends at the lower level of a. L1-L2 b. L2-L3 c. L3-L4 d. L4-L5 In adults, the spinal cord most commonly ends at the level of first and second lumbar vertebrae as the conus medullaris. The level of conus medullaris has been studied in Korean population by the aid of MRI. Such study is lacking in Nepalese scenario Question 7: Difficulty while looking downstairs occurs due to the lesion of a. Oculomotor nerve \u00a0 b. Trochlear nerve c. Trigeminal nerve d. Abducens nerve There is a beautiful explanation of this fact in First Aid for the USMLE step 1. Just jot it down! Question 8: Hidden component of over the counter (OTC) antitussives area. Sympathomimetics b. Alcoholc. Caffeine d. CodeineQuestion 9: Torsad de pointes is caused by a. Verapamil b. Quinidine c. Phenytoin d. Alcohol Question 10: A lady with Antiphospholipid syndrome and history of ischemic stroke visits your clinic for planning of next conception. Which drug will you prescribe for prophylaxis? a. Warfarin b. Low molecular weight heparin c. Dabigatran d. Aspirin We will be updating soon.