Pathology Quiz 1
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Normal adult haemoglobin contains________________?
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Active hypermia is seen in_______________?
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An infarct is most frequently is characterized by What type of necrosis ?
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Lipofuschin is an insoluble endogenous pigment, also known as___________?
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Pale infarcts are seen in all of the following except______________?
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Both beta chains of haemoglobin are abnormal in_________________?
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Thrombosis due to hypercoagulability is seen in____________?
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The wasting syndrome associated in cancer is_____________?
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A patient has increased number of columnar cells in lower esophagus. He has which of the following change_______________?
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The intramuscular administration of 0.6 mg of atropine sulphate to a 50 ? kg adult may produce all of the following effects except_____________?
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All of the following differs antemortum thrombus from a postmortem intravascular costs except_____________?
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Difference in transudate & exudate is that the former has a______________?
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A 14 year old boy complains with gingival bleeding oral ulcers, anaemia with hepatomegaly but no lymphadenopathy, total eukocyte count of one-lakh cells per mm3 is suffering from________________?
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All of the following promotes wound healing except_________?
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The host tissue response in acute inflammation is all except______________?
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In iron deficiency anemia there is_________________?
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Endotoxic shock is propagated____________?
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Transudate is characterized by__________?
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Both Pala or red infarcts are seen in______________?
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The drug which is used to treat laryngospasm is_______________?
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Which of the following is NOT a constituent of Virchow?s traid ?
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The process of phagocytosis was discovered by___________?
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Schilling test is performed to find out______________?
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The following drugs are avoided with warfarin ______________?
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The most reliable post mortem features of left sided cardiac failure is____________?
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Ascites seen in alcoholic liver cirrhosis result form______________?
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Apoptosis is suggestive of_______________?
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Tissue macrophages are called__________?
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In leucopenia, which cell type is predominantly involved ?
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Why fetal cells continue to divide but terminally differentiated adult cells do not divide ?
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Syndrome which is characterized by 2X chromosomes and 1Y chromosome is_____________?
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A patient with amenorrhea, short stature, less public hair can be in all of the following except___________?
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Auto immune hymolytic anemia is seen in_______________?
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Virchow Lepra cells are seen in___________?
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The most definite feature of a malignant tumour is_____________?
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In left ventricular cardiac failure there is_____________?
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All of the following drugs are non depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agents except_______________?
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Which of the following group of drugs are a neuromuscular blocking agents_______________?
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Granuloma is characterized by all of the following except______________?
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All cells do not divide at the same rate. Events in which phase of the cell cycle determine when a cell is going to replicate ?
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A shift to left indicates an increase in number of______________?
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Target cells are seen in peripheral blood in_______________?
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Ag-Ab (antigen-antibody) reaction due to the presence of antibody at the surface of cell is______________?
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Bony union taking place with formation of medullary callus without periosteal callus formation is______________?
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All of the following events are common to primary and secondary wound healing except_____________?
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IL-1 helps in_____________?
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Major site of atheroscierosis_______________?
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Which one of the following does not present antigens ?
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