1) DiGeorge’s syndrome is due to___________?
a. Congenital thymic aplasia
b. Deficiency of complement factor
c. Inborn error of metabolism
d. Chromosomal anomaly
2) A child’s CSF was examined I contains slightly raised or normal PMN cells, raised lymphocytes, absence of mycotic growth, value of protein is normal or above normal, glucose level is normal. The most probable diagnosis is____________?
a. Pyogenic bacterial meningitis
b. Viral meningitis
c. Fungal meningitis
d. Tuberculous meningitis
3) Bone marrow stem cells differ from differ from differentiated progenitor stem cells in what respect ?
a. Provide differentiated terminal cells
b. Reconstitution of Bone marrow
c. Formation of the ovum
d. Act as a repair system for the body
4) Which is true about Multiple myeloma ?
a. IgM spike increase
b. Direct plasma cell deposition in glomerular capilaries leads to kidney damage
c. IL 8 is a marker for bone lesions
d. Invariably increase in alkaline phosphatase
5) Which of the following procedures is used as a routine technique in karyotyping using light microscopy ?
a. G banding
b. C banding
c. Q banding
d. Brd V-staining
6) Prostate specific antigen is used as____________?
a. Tumor marker
b. Proto oncogene
d. Bacterial antigen
7) Which is associated with defect in DNA repair___________?
a. Xeroderma pigmentosum
d. Sickle cell anaemia
8) All of the following types of collagen except one are present in cartliage__________?
9) Which of the following is most common location of intracranial neurocysticercoses ?
a. Brain parenchyma
b. Spinal card
c. Basal cisternae
d. Medulla oblongata
10) Why fetal cells continue to divide but terminally differentiated adult cells do not divide ?
a. There are many cyclin inhibitors which prevent cell to enter into S phase in adult
b. Phosphatase absent in fetal cells
c. Proteinase is absent in fetus
d. Absence of CD kinase
11) Which of the following is not present in lungs ?
a. Clara cells
b. Langerhans cells
c. Brush cells
d. Klutischky cells
12) Tha gene for Breast Cancer (BRCA) is present on chromosome___________?
13) Barr body is associated with________?
14) Leucopenia is characteristic of____________?
b. Enteric fever
d. Myocardial infarction
15) Syndrome associated with increased risk of leukemia is__________?
a. Plummer vinson syndrome
b. Klinefelter syndrome
c. Sturge weber syndrome
d. Multiple hamartoma syndrome
16) Saddle embolus causes sudden death by blocking___________?
a. Coronary arteries
b. Cerebral arteries
c. Pulmonary arteries
d. Renal arteries
17) Disappearance of nuclear chromatin is called as__________?
18) An acute inflammation would attract____________?
b. Plasma cells
19) Which of the following is not a mediator of inflammation___________?
20) Anaphylotoxins are___________?
a. C3a, C5a
b. C3b, C5a
c. C2, C3
d. C3b, C5b