Monday, 28 May 2012

MCQ Clinical Year Part3/10

Choose only ONE answer
21. True about hemochromatosis –
    A. Is genetically heterogenous
    B. Cannot be treated by phlebotomy
    C. Completely penetrant
    D. More common in females
    Ans: a.

    22. A child presents with recurrent episodes of lip and laryngeal edema and abdominal pain associated with stress levels of which of the following are reduced.
    A. C3
    B. C5a
    C. C1 estease inhibitor
    D. C9
    Ans: c.

    23. Best test for initial malabsorption –
    A. D-xylose test
    B. NBT-PABA Test
    C. Fecal fatestimation
    D. Schilling test
    Ans: a.

    24. Cardiovascular complications of HIV infection include all of the following except –
    A. pericardial effusion
    B. Cardiac tamponade
    C. Cardiomyopathy
    D. Aortic Aneurysm
    Ans: d.

    25. Most sensitive test for Treponema –
    A. VDRL
    B. RPR
    C. FTA-ABS
    D. Kahn
    Ans: c.

    26. A 65 yrs old man with H/O back pain since 3 months. ESR is raised. On examination marked stiffness and mild restriction of chest movements is found. On x-ray, syndesmophytes are present in vertebrae. Diagnosis is –
    A. Ankylosing spondylitis
    B. Degenerative osteoarthritis of spine
    C. Ankylosing hypersteosis
    D. Lumbar canal stenosis
    Ans: a.

    27. All are common cause of childhood blindness except
    A. Malnutrition
    B. Glaucoma
    C. Ophthalmia neonatorum
    D. Congenital dacryocystitis
    Ans: d.

    28. Which of the following feature of thyroid nodule on USG is not suggestive of malignancy?
    A. Hyperechogenecity
    B. Hypoechogenecity
    C. Non-homogenous
    D. Microcalcification
    Ans: a.

    29. Leprosy involves all except:
    A. uterus
    B. Ovary
    C. Nerve
    D. Eye
    Ans: a.

    30. Disease not transmitted by Lice is:
    A. relapsing fever
    B. Trench fever
    C. Q-fever
    D. epidemic typhus
    Ans: c.

    Prepared by:
    Kevin Wong
    Anthony Chan

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