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A fresh set of 20 random questions is generated every time you open this page and every time you refresh it.
For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. In amyloidosis, the cells are damaged due to :
A. Chemical reaction
B. Bacterial invasion
C. Pressure
D. Ischaemia

2. Melanin can be stained with :
A. Fontana stain
B. Methylene blue
C. Periodic acid schiff
D. Albert stain

3. Myeloid metaplasia stands for :
A. Extramedullary haemopoiesis
B. Myeloid leukaemia
C. Myelomatosis
D. Agranulocytosis

4. Irreversible cellular injury is characterised by all, EXCEPT
A. progressive loss of phospholipids.
B. decreased activity of Na+ / K+ ATPase causing cellular swelling.
C. damage to the cellular cytoskeleton.
D. the presence of reactive O2 species

5. In diabetes mellitus the cells of the distal portion of proximal convoluted tubules contain :
A. Siderin
B. Amyloid
C. Glycogen
D. Mucoprotein

6. The colon is thickened ; the mucosa, presents 'cobblestone' appearance with linear ulcers. There are giant cells in the regional lymph nodes. The most likely disease is :
A. Carcinoma of colon
B. Amoebic colitis
C. Ulcerative colitis
D. Crohn's disease

7. Each of the following pairs is correctly associated EXCEPT
A. air embolism - deep sea diving.
B. tumour arterial embolism - pulmonary infarct.
C. fat embolism - fractures of long bones.
D. paradoxical embolism - atrial septal defect

8. Immunity depends upon :
A. Host resistance
B. Dosage
C. Virulence of the organism
D. All of these

9. In order to form a tumour, the cells must undergo :
A. Inflammation
B. Hypertrophy
C. Oedema
D. Proliferation

10. Dry gangrene results from :
A. Dehydration
B. Occlusion of vein
C. Occlusion of artery
D. Chemical toxin

11. Under the conditions of stress, the differential leucocyte count shows :
A. Decrease in polymorphs
B. Increase in polymorphs
C. Decrease in lymphocytes
D. Decrease in eosinophils

12. Bristles of burnt skin constitute an example of :
A. Croupous inflammation
B. Necrotic inflammation
C. Catarrhal inflammation
D. Serous inflammation

13. The term 'necrosis' means :
A. Irreversible degeneration of the cells
B. Gross diminution in Cell size
C. Death of the cells
D. Disintegration of the cells

14. Through the process of suppuration, the body :
A. gets rid of dead material
B. limits the area of inflammation
C. destroys the irritant factor
D. imprisons the foreign body

15. Caspases are involved in:
A. cell division
B. necrosis
C. apoptosis
D. Inflammation

16. Which of the following factors in morphogenic as well as mitogenic?
A. Fibroblast growth factor
B. Platelet derived growth factor
C. Bone morphogenetic protein
D. Insulin-like growth factor

17. Calcification of media is most related to :
A. Atherosclerosis
B. Monckeberg's sclerosis
C. Diffuse arteriolar sclerosis
D. Thrombotic sclerosis

18. The causes of vascular changes in inflammation are :
A. Nervous factors (axon reflex)
B. Chemical-'H' like substance and leucotaxin
C. Anoxia
D. All of these

19. In a patient with carcinoma of stomach at cardia, the most likely blood group is :
A. A
B. B
C. AB
D. O

20. Giant cells develop from :
A. Lymphocytes
B. Macrophages
C. Monocytes
D. Histiocytes

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