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21. Daily loss of iron per day in a healthy adult male is_______________?
A. 0.06 mg
B. 0.6 mg
C. 60 mg
D. 600 mg
22. Genes for sex determination is_____________?
23. HOX gene is responsible for which malformation_____________?
C. Mayer Rokitansky syndrome
D. Gorlin syndrome
24. Fibrin degradation product help in detection of_______________?
C. Thrombocytopenic purpura
25. Syndrome which is characterized by 2X chromosomes and 1Y chromosome is_____________?
A. Kleinfelters syndrome
B. Down syndrome
C. Turner syndrome
D. Marfan syndrome
26. Most common cause of pulmonary embolism ?
27. A infant with cleft lip, palate, polydactly, microcephaly with holoprosencephaly, ectodermal scalp defect is suffering from ?
A. Trisomy 21
B. Trisomy 18
C. Trisomy 13
D. Turner syndrome
28. Following is used to stain fungi______________?
B. Fontania stain
C. Ferrous trichrome
D. Pearls prussian blue
29. Which one of the following does not present antigens ?
A. NK cells (Netural killer cells)
B. Dendritic cells
C. Langerhan’s cells
30. Egg shell calcification of Hilar Lymphnode is associated with_____________?