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Questions 951 to 1000

  1. Urinary crystal having coffin lid appearance is :
    1. Uric acid
    2. Triple phosphate
    3. Calcium oxalate
    4. Urate
  2. Drepanocytes are seen in:
    1. Alcoholism
    2. Thalassaemia
    3. Uremia
    4. Sickle celi anaemia
  3. Urobilinogen is completely absent in :
    1. Obstructive jaundice
    2. Haemolytie jaundice
    3. Hepatic jaundice
    4. Physiological jaundice
  4. Non specific PAS staining is encountered after this fixation :
    1. Mercuric chloride
    2. Potassium dichromate
    3. Osmium tetroxide
    4. Glutaraldehyde
  5. DIC is a complication of :
    1. Acute promyelocytic leukaemia
    2. Chronic myeloid leukaemia
    3. Hairy cell leukaemia
    4. Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
  6. Black coloured urine is a feature of :
    1. Phenyl ketonuria
    2. Alkaptonuria
    3. Urinary tract infections
    4. Keto acidosis
  7. Glanzmann’s disease is associated with :
    1. Defective platelet aggregation
    2. Defective platelet adhesion
    3. Normal clot retraction
    4. None of these
  8. Length of wintrobes haematocrit tube :
    1. 9cm
    2. 19cm
    3. l1 cm
    4. 12cm
  9. Betke-Kleihauer method ia used to detect :
    1. HbA
    2. HbF
    3. HbC
    4. None of these
  10. Green coloured vacutainer tube contains :
    1. Fluoride
    2. EDTA
    3. Citrate
    4. Heparin

  1. Coulter counter is based on:
    1. Impedence method
    2. Light reflection
    3. Light refraction
    4. All the above
  2. The stain used to demonstrate Barr Body :
    1. H& Estain
    2. Reliculin stain
    3. PAS stain
    4. Shorr stain
  3. Glycosidic linkage in maltose is :
    1. Alpha 1-4 linkage
    2. Beta 1-4 linkage
    3. Alpha 1-6 linkage
    4. Alpha 1-2 linkage
  4. Bence Johns protein is seen in:
    1. Nephrotic syndrome
    2. Multiple myeloma
    3. Cirrhosis of liver
    4. Hepatitis
  5. Amino acids involved in creatinine synthesis :
    1. Glycine
    2. Arginine
    3. Methionine
    4. All the above
  6. Cocci arranged in packets of eight :
    1. Micrococci
    2. Gonococci
    3. Sarcina
    4. Pneumococci
  7. Which among the following is a best marker of myocardial ischemia?
    1. ALP
    2. GGT
    3. Cystanin C
    4. CKMB (mass)
  8. Microalbuminuria is defined as: (77-8)
    1. < 10 mg Albumin/day
    2. 30-300 mg Albumin/day
    3. 1-3 gm Albumin/day
    4. > 1-3 mg Albumin/day

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