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Pathology MCQS for Test Preparation

S.NOPathology MCQSS.NOPathology MCQS
1Cell In Health And Disease2Fluid And Heamodynamic Disorders
3Healing4Systemic Pathology & Miscellaneous
5Diseases of Blood And Lymphnodes6Growth Disorders And Neoplasia
7Inflammation, Immunity And Hypersensitivity8

1. Which of the following is correct ?

A. Pyknosis – shrinkage of nucleus
B. Karyolysis – Dissolution of nucleus
C. Karyorrhexis – fragmentation of nucleus
D. All of the above

2. Which of the following statement is _____________?

A. Low density lipoproteins has maximum association with atherosclerosis
B. High density lipoproteins have protective role in atherosclerosis
C. Poly unsaturated fats lowers plasma cholesterol levels
D. HDL contains the highest cholesterol content

3. Which of the following statements is true?

A. Arterial thrombi produces ischemia and infarction where as cardiac and venous thrombi cause embolism
B. Arterial thrombi to be white and non occlusive (mural) where as venous thrombi are red and occlusive
C. Venous thrombi are soft, red and gelatinous where as arterial thrombi are firm and white
D. All of the above

4. Which of the following is not an action of epinephrine when administered intravenously in a high dose ?

A. Increased liver glycogenolysis
B. Causes broachiolar constriction
C. Evokes extrasystoles in the heart
D. Produces restlessness and anxiety

5. The antidote for heparin is______________?

A. Penicillinase
B. Protamine sulphate
C. Pryosulphate
D. Potassium sulphate

6. An excess of which of the following hormones may be associated with increased sensitivity to epinephrine ?

A. Testosterone
B. Parathyroid
C. Insulin
D. Thyroid

7. Pilocarpine_______________?

A. Lowers the intraocular pressure in glaucoma
B. Cleaved by acetylcholinesterase
C. Inhibits sweat and lacrimation
D. Causes tachycardia

8. The drug which is used to treat laryngospasm is_______________?

A. Atropine
B. Diazepam
C. Neostigmine
D. Succinylcholine

9. The drug of choice in the management of life threatening allergic reaction is______________?

A. Corticosteroids
B. Antihistamines
C. Adrenalin
D. Diazepam

10. The following drugs are avoided with warfarin ______________?

A. Antacids
B. Benzodiazepine
C. Nsaid’s like Ibuprofen
D. Codeine, dihydrocodeine, paracetmol