Test Your Knowledge - PATHOLOGY MCQ PRACTICE
by Saksham Chaudhry : Lancers Convent, Prashant Vihar, New Delhi 110085
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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. 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 

2. Anaemia in ankylostomiasis is most likely to resemble anaemia due to :
A. Pregnancy 
B. Excessive menstruation 
C. Haemolysis 
D. Malaria 

3. The kidney is swollen, the parenchyma bulges out through the cut portion of the capsule. It is pale in appearance due to compression of blood vessels by the swollen cells. The
A. Cloudy swelling 
B. Hydropic degeneration 
C. Hyaline degeneration 
D. Fatty degeneration 

4. Polyarteritis nodosa is preceded by a history of :
A. Bee-sting 
B. Drowning 
C. Trauma 
D. Bronchial asthma 

5. Pathogenesis of atherosclerosis is best explained by :
A. Selective collagenisation 
B. Neolipogenesis 
C. Lipid inhibition 
D. Localised cholesterolosis 

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

7. Syphilitic gumma occurs in :
A. Early primary stage 
B. Late primary stage 
C. Secondary stage 
D. Tirtiary stage 

8. Leonine facies is the characteritstic of :
A. Lepromatous leprosy 
B. Tuberculoid leprosy 
C. Indeterminate leprosy 
D. Borderline leprosy 

9. Congo-red with amyloid produces :
A. Dark brown colour 
B. Blue colour 
C. Brilliant pink colour 
D. Red colour 

10. Metastatic calcification may be induced by repeated injections of :
A. Calcium gluconate 
B. Vitamin D 
C. Adrenal corticoids 
D. Parathyroid hormone 

11. Down's syndrome (Mongolism) is due to trisomy of chromosome number :
A. 15 
B. 17 
C. 19 
D. 21 

12. Massive liver cell necrosis may be caused by protein deficiency superimposed on depletion of :
A. Vitamin A 
B. Vitamin B 
C. Vitamin D 
D. Vitamin E 

13. 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 

14. Lazarine leprosy is a variant of :
A. Lepromatous leprosy 
B. Tuberculoid leprosy 
C. Indeterminate leprosy 
D. Dimorphic leprosy 

15. Hyaline material consists of :
A. Lipoproteins 
B. Protein-carbohydrate complexes 
C. Vibrinogen derivatives 
D. Precipitated Plasma proteins 

16. Increase in number of cells is termed :
A. A Hypertrophy 
B. Hyperplasia 
C. Atrophy 
D. Aplasia 

17. The commonest site of thrombosis is :
A. Vein 
B. Artery 
C. Heart 
D. Capillary 

18. A synonym for amyloidosis is :
A. alpha-fibrillosis 
B. beta-fibrillosis 
C. gamma-fibrillosis 
D. Cysteinosis 

19. The term necrobiosis implies :
A. Sudden necrosis 
B. Necrosis followed by degeneration 
C. Extensive necrosis 
D. Necrosis preceded by degeneration 

20. A cell which is round, polygonal or oval in outline, with a nucleus which is eccentrically placed in eosinophilic cytoplasm, is :
A. Mast cell 
B. Plasma cell 
C. Monocyte 
D. Giant cell 

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