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141. Most tumours are ___________________?

A. Biclonal in origin
B. Monoclonal in origin
C. Multiclonal in origin
D. None of the above

142. Carcinogens induce tumours, they are________________?

A. Chemicals
B. Radiation
C. Viruses
D. All of the above

143. Increased proliferation of cells is called_______________?

A. Hypertrophy
B. Atrophy
C. Hyperplasia
D. Metaplasia

144. Neoplasia of blood vessel is called______________?

A. Angioma
B. Hematoma
C. Lymphosarcoma
D. Papilloma

145. Change in structure and functions of a tissue is called______________?

A. Dysplasia
B. Metaplasia
C. Anaplasia
D. Aplasia

146. Which of the following is correct statement ?

A. Grading is the degree of macroscopic and microscopic differentiation of tumour
B. Staging is the extent of spread of tumour
C. TNM and AJC systems can be used for staging malignant tumours
D. All of the above

147. Nevus cell are_______________?

A. Modified melanocytes
B. Cells containing excessive melanin pigment
C. Melangocytes which are functionally more active
D. large melanocytes

148. Anaplasia is_______________?

A. Lack of functional differentiation
B. Lack of structural differentiation
C. Is a characteristic feature of malignancy
D. All of the above

149. The predisposing factor for squamous cell carcinoma __________________?

A. Solar keratosis
B. Chronic ulcers
C. Leukoplakia
D. All of the above

150. Rodent ulcer is most commonly seen on________________?

A. Face below alatragus line
B. Face above alatragus line
C. Anywhere on hairless skin
D. All of the above 

 

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