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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. What is the most important role of Bradykinin in acute inflammation?
A. Mediation of pain 
B. Bronchoconstriction 
C. Increase in vascular permeability 
D. Vasodilatation 

2. The kidneys show acute cortical parenchymatous degeneration and necrosis of tubules. The kidneys are enlarged, cortex is swollen, pale, and oedematous in contrast to congested
A. Acute glomerulonephritis 
B. Acute pyelonephritis 
C. Acute renal failure 
D. Shock kidney 

3. Typhoid vaccine is prepared by :
A. Attenuation of living bacteria by their continued cultivation in the presence of an antagonistic substance 
B. Attenuation of bacteria by repeated subcultures on artificial media 
C. Destroying the toxicity of bacterial filtrate 
D. Killing of bacteria by heat or phenol without altering the antigenic structure 

4. The lung shows granuloinatous nodules, the hilar nodes are involved. There is extensive fibrosis causing severe dyspnoea and erventually right heart failure. The probable
A. Silicosis 
B. Anthracosis 
C. Asbestosis 
D. Beryllium pneumonitis 

5. At present the most useful method of epidemiological investigation of staphylococcal infections is to determine
A. Colony and colour variation 
B. M protein production 
C. Coagulase production 
D. specific bacteriophage production 

6. The causative organism of gas gangrene is :
A. Staphylococcus 
B. Streptococcus 
C. Leptospira 
D. None of these 

7. Acute inflammation is characterised by :
A. Lymphocytosis 
B. Basophilia 
C. Raised E.S.R 
D. Polymorphonuclear leucocytosis 

8. Plasma cells are increased in :
A. Rheumatoid arthritis 
B. Acute appendicitis 
C. Leukaernia 
D. Bronchitis 

9. In the process of thrombosis, the first occurence is :
A. Agglutination of platelets 
B. Diffusion of thromboplastin 
C. Fusion of platelets 
D. Deposition of platelets 

10. Acute massive collapse is a variety of atelectasis encountered in :
A. Tuberculous meningitis 
B. Abdominal surgery 
C. Bronchogenic carcinoma 
D. Pulmonary lymphadenitis 

11. Life span of a normal erythrocyte is :
A. One week 
B. One month 
C. Four months 
D. One year 

12. In acute inflammation dilatation is most marked in :
A. Veins 
B. Arteries 
C. Capillaries 
D. Lymphatics 

13. The nuclei of Langerhans' giant cells :
A. Are arranged around the periphery 
B. Form a network 
C. Are present at the centre 
D. Are arranged radially 

14. Aortitis is a common manifestation of :
A. Tirtiary syphilis 
B. Human tuberculosis 
C. Primary syphilis 
D. Bovine tuberculosis 

15. A 2 year old boy was healthy for the first six months of life. He then develops recurrent infections. Serum concentration of complement, phagocytic function and bactericidal function of neutrophils are normal. A skin test with Candida antigens shows 2 cm of induration at 48 hours. The time of onset of the disease is best explained by:
A. A maturation defect in the thymus. 
B. Development of a viral infection.  
C. loss of passive immunity from the mother 
D. Exposure to rare bacteria.  

16. Example of granuloma :
A. Tuberculosis 
B. Dermal leishmanoid 
C. Oriental sore 
D. All of these 

17. Causes of a predominantly unconjugated hyperbilirubinaeia include all of the following, EXCEPT:
A. Haemolytic anaemia 
B. Breast milk jaundice 
C. Viral hepatitis 
D. primary biliary cirrhosis 

18. Acute glomerulonephritis is least likely to be associated with :
A. Cervical adenitis 
B. Dental sepsis 
C. Rheumatic carditis 
D. Tonsillitis 

19. PNH is associated with deficiency of:
A. MIRL (Membrane inhibitor of reactive lysis) 
B. DAF (Decay accelerating factor) 
C. GPI Anchored Protein (Glycosyl phosphatidyl inosital anchored proteins) 
D. LFA (Lymphocyte function associated antigen) 

20. Disorders that predispose to thrombosis include all of the following EXCEPT
A. sickle cell anaemia 
B. Vitamin K deficiency  
C. Pancreatic cancer  
D. Pregnancy  

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