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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. Heterozygous sickle cell anemia gives protection against:
A. G6PD 
B. Malaria 
C. Thalassemia 
D. Dengue fever 

2. Which of the following is a marker of langerhans cell histiocytosis?
A. CD 1a 
B. CD 10 
C. CD 30 
D. CD56 

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

4. In the process of repair, parenchymal regeneration indicates the generation of :
A. Labile cells 
B. Stable cells 
C. Permanent cell 
D. A & B 

5. A characteristic of myeloblasts is :
A. Golgi bodies 
B. Inclusion bodies 
C. Russel bodies 
D. Auer bodies 

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

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

8. Lung autopsy in a neonate shows dark and firm lung. Some parts of the surface are depressed. Bubble like areas are seen microscopically in the septa and alveoli. The findings are
A. Tricuspid atresia 
B. Pulmonary embolism 
C. Hydrocephalus 
D. Atelectasis 

9. Each of the following pairs is correctly associated EXCEPT
A. Tumour arterial embolism - pulmonary infarct.  
B. Fat embolism - fractures of long bones.  
C. paradoxical embolism - atrial septal defect 
D. Air embolism - deep sea diving.  

10. All of the following are features of apoptosis, except
A. Intact cell membrane 
B. Nuclear compaction 
C. Cytoplasmic eosinophlia 
D. Cellular swelling 

11. Clinical features of malaria may include each of the following EXCEPT
A. Cerebral haemorrhages. 
B. Polycythemia. 
C. Splenomegaly. 
D. hepatomegaly 

12. Apoptosis occurs in all but one of the following situations
A. Embryogenesis.  
B. Bacterial infection.  
C. Menstruation.  
D. tumours 

13. The condition most unlikely to cause hypertension is :
A. Pheochromocytoma 
B. Primary aldosteronism 
C. Cushing's syndrome 
D. Acromegaly 

14. 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. loss of passive immunity from the mother 
B. A maturation defect in the thymus. 
C. Exposure to rare bacteria.  
D. Development of a viral infection.  

15. Primary granular contracted kidney is characteristic of :
A. Chronic glomerulonephritis 
B. Malignant hypertensive nephrosclerosis 
C. Senile nephrosclerosis 
D. Benign hypertensive nephrosclerosis 

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

17. PNH is associated with deficiency of:
A. All of the above 
B. MIRL 
C. DAF 
D. GPI Anchored protein 

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

19. Burkitt's Lymphoma is associated with:
A. T (8:14) 
B. T (11:14) 
C. T (15:17) 
D. T (14:18) 

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

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