NEET PG Pathology MCQs 170 – Liver, Gall bladder, Pancreas Disorders – 3

1. All of the following are true about chronic venous congestion of the liver except

    1. Gamma Gandy bodies are seen
    2. Nutmeg liver is seen
    3. Dilated blood channels are seen
    4. Centrilobular hemorrhagic necrosis

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2. Macronodular cirrhosis refers to a nodular diameter greater than

    1. 1 mm
    2. 2 mm
    3. 3 mm
    4. 4 mm

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3. Ground glass cells of Hadziyannis are seen in

    1. Bone
    2. Liver
    3. Thyroid
    4. Prostate
    5. Adrenals

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4. Histopathologic features of bile duct obstruction are

    1. The proliferation of bile duct
    2. Bile lakes
    3. Portal fibrosis
    4. Cholestasis
    5. Ground glass hepatocytes

Ans (1,2,3,4)

5. Do stellate cells function as?

    1. Lipofuscin
    2. Steatosis
    3. Collagen synthesis in liver injury
    4. Macrophage
    5. Vit A storage

Ans (3,5)

6. A young boy presented with severe hematemesis. O/E there was mild splenomegaly & no hepatomegaly. Endoscopy shows esophageal varices. The most probable diagnosis is

    1. Veno occlusive disease
    2. Budd Chiari syndrome
    3. Cirrhosis Liver
    4. Noncirrhotic portal fibrosis

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7. The nut-meg liver is the gross appearance of the liver in one of the following

    1. Cirrhosis of liver
    2. Hepatoma
    3. Secondary carcinomatous deposit in the liver
    4. Chronic passive congestion in the liver

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8. The skin pigmentation in bronze diabetes is due to

    1. Hemosiderin
    2. Lipofuscin
    3. Melanin
    4. Both melanin & hemosiderin

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9. All are produced exclusively by the liver, except

    1. Factor VII
    2. Prothrombin
    3. Globulin
    4. Albumin

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10. All of the following conditions may show Mallory Hyaline changes except

    1. Wilson disease
    2. Indian childhood cirrhosis
    3. Primary biliary cirrhosis
    4. Hepatitis E

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11. Intake of which of these cause vascular lesions in the liver

    1. Halothanes
    2. INH
    3. Steroids
    4. CPZ

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12. In cirrhosis liver, all are seen except

    1. Loss of normal architecture
    2. Degeneration of hepatocytes
    3. Fatty infiltration
    4. Loss of intercellular connective tissue matrix

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13. Centrilobular necrosis in the liver is due to all except?

    1. Halothane
    2. Chronic venous congestion
    3. Yellow fever
    4. Hemorrhagic shock

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14. Midzonal necrosis in the liver may occur in

    1. Enteric fever
    2. Yellow fever
    3. Scarlet fever
    4. Rheumatic fever

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15. Bile infarct is related to

    1. Hepatitis B
    2. Dubin Johnson syndrome
    3. Extrahepatic cholestasis
    4. Intrahepatic cholestasis
    5. Occlusion of the hepatic artery

Ans (2,3,4)

16. Budd Chiari syndrome can be caused by

    1. Thrombosis of hepatic veins
    2. Polycythemia
    3. Drinking herbal tea
    4. Membranous webs of IVC
    5. All

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17. A patient presented with fibrosis of the liver. ALT 40IU/uL. Serology report suggested. HbeAg -ve Anti HBc Ab +ve Anti HCV Ab +ve. Next line of investigation will be?

    1. Liver biopsy
    2. HBsAg
    3. HBV DNA
    4. HCV DNA

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18. Which hepatitis marker can be used to diagnose Acute Hepatitis B?

    1. HBc Ag
    2. Anti HBc IgM
    3. HBs Ag
    4. HBe Ag

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19. Which of the following viral markers signifies the ongoing viral replication in the case of Hepatitis-B infection?

    1. Anti-HBs
    2. Anti- HBc
    3. HBe Ag
    4. HBs Ag

Ans (3)

20. Serology profile of a patient suggested the following, what is your diagnosis?

    1. HBs Ag: nonreactive
    2. IgG anti-Hbc: reactive
  • HbeAg : Non reactive
  1. Hep B viral DNA: undetectable
  1. Window period
  2. Chronic hepatitis inactive stage
  3. Recovery from remote infection
  4. Recovery from acute infection

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21. Reverse transcriptase is an RNA dependent DNA polymerase. Which of these uses it?

    1. Hepatitis A virus
    2. Hepatitis B virus
    3. Hepatitis E virus
    4. Hepatitis C virus

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22. Which hepatitis causes more morbidity in a pregnant female?

    1. Hep A
    2. Hep B
    3. Hep C
    4. Hep E

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23. Fetomaternal transmission is seen in?

    1. Hep A
    2. Hep B
    3. Hep C
    4. Hep E

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24. HBV DNA polymerase is encoded by which of the following gene?

    1. P
    2. X
    3. C
    4. S

Ans (1)

25. Calciviridae is?

    1. Hepatitis A
    2. Hepatitis E
    3. Hepatitis C
    4. Hepatitis D

Ans (2)



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