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31. Not sequelae of cellular events in atheroscierotic infarction_____________?
A. Neutrophilic infiltration
C. Ingress of macrophages
D. Intense eosinophilia
32. A patient has increased number of columnar cells in lower esophagus. He has which of the following change_______________?
D. Normal histology
33. A patient with amenorrhea, short stature, less public hair can be in all of the following except___________?
A. 47 XXY
B. 46 XY
C. 45 X
D. 46 XXY
34. Down syndrome is caused by all except___________?
A. Trisomy of 21 chromosome
B. Mosaicism of 21 chromosome
C. Robersonian translocation of 21.21, 21.18
D. Deletion of 21
35. NK cells are effective against viral infected cells only if the cell with infection___________?
A. Exprss MHC class I proteins
B. Unable to express MHC class I proteins
C. Express MHC class II proteins
D. Unable to express MHC class II proteins
36. Tumour involving epiphysis of long bone is____________?
A. Osteogenic sarcoma
C. Ewings sarcoma
D. Chondro sarcoma
37. A haemophilia person has married to a normal woman Then his___________?
A. Daughter are carrier
B. Sons are infected
C. Daughter are infeted
D. All are normal
38. A 13 year old boy presents with a large mixed lytic and blastic mass in the metaphyseal region of the lower end of femur. The most likely diagnosis is___________?
A. Ewing’s sarcoma
D. Giant cell tumour
39. Endotoxic shock is propagated____________?
A. Endothelial injury
B. Peripheral vasodilation
C. Increased vascular permeability
D. Cytokine action
40. DiGeorge’s syndrome is due to___________?
A. Congenital thymic aplasia
B. Deficiency of complement factor
C. Inborn error of metabolism
D. Chromosomal anomaly