1) Reed – Sternberg cells are seen in histopathological examination of_______________?
a. African jaw lymphoma
b. Hodgkin’s disease
c. Burkitt’s lymphoma
d. Infectious mononucleosis
2) Gingiva are enlarged in leukemia because of____________________?
b. Hemolytic anaemia
c. Aplastic anaemia
d. Megaloblastic anemia
3) A patient with a bleeding disorder with increased bleeding time and normal clotting time is suffering from________________?
a. Classic hemophilia
b. Christmas disease
c. Vitamin K deficiency
d. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
4) The protein that carries iron from the gut to the body tissues is called________________?
5) 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________________?
a. Acute myeloid leukemia
b. Chronic monocytic leukemia
c. Chronic lymphoblastic leukemia
d. Chronic myeloid leukemia
6) Which of the following is not true for hemophilia A ________________?
a. Hemophilia A is due to deficiency of factor VIII
b. In hemophilia A females are carriers
c. Desmopressin is useful in the management of hemophilia A
d. Levels of factor VIII less than 50% are associated with spontaneous hemorrhage
7) Normal adult haemoglobin contains________________?
a. One alpha chain and one beta chain
b. One alpha chains and two beta chains
c. One beta chains and two alpha chains
d. Two alpha chains and two beta chains
8) Reduced number of platelet is found in all the conditions except____________________?
a. Disseminated intravascular coagulation
b. Aplastic anaemia
c. Acute myelocytic leukemia
d. Von willebrand disease
9) Chicken-wire appearance of enlarged bone marrow spaces is seen in_______________?
a. Fetal alcohol syndrome
b. Sickle cell anaemia
c. Haemophilia A
d. Beta thalassemia majon
10) Syndrome associated with increased risk of leukemia is_____________?
a. Plummer Vinson syndrome
b. Klinefelter syndrome
c. Sturge weber syndrome
d. Multiple hamartoma syndrome
11) Cooley’s anemia is also called___________________?
a. Mediterranean anemia
b. Beta – Thalassemia major
c. Erythroblastic anema
d. All of the above
12) In Troisiers sign the lymph nodes involved are_________________?
a. Right axillary nodes
b. Left axillary nodes
c. Right supraclavicular nodes
d. Left supraclavicular nodes
13) Thrombocytosis is seen in_______________?
b. DIsseminated intravascular coagulation
c. Haemolytic anaemia
d. Thiazide therapy
14) The type of acute myelogenous leukemia associated with a high incidence of disseminated intravascular coagulation in________________?
a. Acute erythroleukaemia
b. Acute promyelocytic leukaemia
c. Acute megakaryocytic leukaemia
d. Acute myelomonocytic leukaemia
15) Lymphatic leukemoid reaction is usually seen in the following EXCEPT________________?
c. Lobar pneumonia
d. Viral infections
16) Amyloid material can be best diagnosed by___________________?
a. Polarized microscopy
b. Electron microscopy
c. X-ray crytallography
d. Scanning electron miscroscopy
17) Osteomalacia is associated with_________________?
a. Decrease in osteoid volume
b. Decrease in osteoid surface
c. Increase in osteoid maturation time
d. Increase in mineral apposition rate
18) All of the following causes excessive bleeding during tooth extraction except _______________?
a. Haemophilia – A
b. Haemophilia – B
c. Anti thrombin – III deficiency
d. Von-willebrand disease
19) All of the following can be transmitted through blood tranfusion except ______________?
20) Erythroblastosis fetalis is a condition seen when there is________________?
a. Rh -ve mother and Rh -ve foetus
b. Rh -ve mother and Rh +ve foetus
c. Rh +ve mother and Rh -ve foetus
d. Rh +ve mother and Rh +ve foetus