NEET PG Pathology MCQs 174 – Liver, Gall bladder, Pancreas Disorders – 7

1. Malory Hyaline body is seen in?

    1. Acute Hep A
    2. Chronic Hep A
    3. Acute Hep B
    4. Chronic Hep B

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2. Ground glass hepatocytes are seen in?

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

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3. Malory Denk bodies are not seen in?

    1. Nonalcoholic liver disease
    2. Wilsons
    3. Indian childhood cirrhosis
    4. Chronic hep B

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4. Focal or confluent periportal necrosis along with ballooning degeneration of hepatocytes with or without Mallory bodies and megamitochondria suggestive of?

    1. Acute Hepatitis B
    2. Chronic Hepatitis B
    3. Alcoholic liver injury
    4. Primary HCC

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5. Which of the following is not a feature of Alcoholic liver disease?

    1. Macrovesicular fat within hepatocytes
    2. Lipogranuloma
    3. Lymphocytic infiltration of portal tracts
    4. Portal & sinusoidal collagen deposits

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6. The sign of reversible injury in the case of alcoholic liver disease

    1. Loss of cell membrane
    2. Nuclear karyolysis
    3. Cytoplasmic vacuole
    4. Pyknosis

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7. An obese female presented with features of hepatitis. She is a known diabetic. Which of the following would be the liver biopsy feature?

    1. NASH
    2. Hepatocyte necrosis
    3. Cirrhosis
    4. Lipoid necrosis

Ans (1)

8. A child presented with viral fever followed by unconsciousness. CT scan was suggestive of cerebral edema. Which of the following would be a finding on liver biopsy?

    1. Piecemeal necrosis
    2. Microvesicular necrosis
    3. Bridging fibrosis
    4. Ballooning degeneration

Ans (2)

9. The pathological manifestation of chronic alcoholism include all of the following except

    1. Piecemeal necrosis
    2. Ballooning degeneration
    3. Microvesicular fatty changes
    4. Central hyaline sclerosis

Ans (1)

10. If a patient has bilirubin 20 mg/dl, AST = 313 IU/L, ALT = 103 IU/L & GGT = 44 IU/L. A most probable diagnosis is

    1. Viral hepatitis
    2. Alcoholic hepatitis
    3. Biliary atresia
    4. Drugs
    5. Autoimmune hepatitis

Ans (2)

11. Features of alcoholic liver disease

    1. Fatty changes
    2. Pericellular fibrosis
    3. Mallory bodies
    4. Microvesicular fatty deposits
    5. Micronodular cirrhosis

Ans (1,2,3,4,5)

12. Characteristic of the alcoholic liver is

    1. Perisinusoidal scarring
    2. Mallory hyaline body
    3. Spotty necrosis
    4. Zonal necrosis
    5. Laennec cirrhosis

Ans (1,2,3,5)

13. Microvesicular fatty liver is caused by

    1. DM
    2. Valproate
    3. Starvation
    4. IBD

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14. Which does not cause microvesicular steatosis

    1. Alcoholic fatty liver
    2. Tetracycline toxicity
    3. Acute fatty liver of pregnancy
    4. Reyes syndrome

Ans (1)

15. Which one of the following diseases characteristically causes a fatty change in the liver?

    1. Hepatitis B virus infection
    2. Wilson’s disease
    3. Hepatitis C virus infection
    4. Chronic alcoholism

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16. Microvesicular fatty liver is seen in

    1. Valproic acid
    2. Tetracycline
    3. Reye’s syndrome
    4. DM
    5. Protein-energy malnutrition

Ans (1,2,3)

17. Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis s caused by

    1. DM
    2. Obesity
    3. Wilson disease
    4. Sarcoidosis
    5. Triglyceridemia

Ans (1,2,5)

18. Macro-vesicular fatty liver is seen in

    1. Protein – Energy Malnutrition
    2. Viral hepatitis
    3. Acute fatty liver of Pregnancy
    4. Reye’s syndrome

Ans (1)

19. Characteristic antibodies of autoimmune hepatitis include all of the following except

    1. ANAs
    2. Anti-CCP antibodies
    3. Smooth muscle antibodies
    4. Anti LKM antibodies

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20. An antibody present in autoimmune hepatitis type 2

    1. Anti-LKM1 antibody
    2. Anti-nuclear antibody
    3. Anti-endomysial antibody
    4. Anti-mitochondrial antibody

Ans (1)

21. 40/male presented with fever and jaundice. The clinical picture improved on immunosuppressive therapy, what is the most likely diagnosis?

    1. Autoimmune hepatitis
    2. Primary biliary cirrhosis
    3. Infectious hepatitis
    4. Secondary biliary cirrhosis

Ans (1)

22. The most common antibody in autoimmune hepatitis is?

    1. U1 RNP
    2. Anti-Sm
    3. ANA
    4. Anti-LKM

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23. In adults, the most common autoimmune disease of the liver is?

    1. Autoimmune hepatitis
    2. Sclerosing cholangitis
    3. α-1 antitrypsin deficiency
    4. Primary biliary cirrhosis

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24. True about autoimmune hepatitis type II liver is?

    1. Antinuclear antibody
    2. LKM-l antibody
    3. Anti-smooth muscle antibody
    4. ds-DNA
    5. Anti Liver Cytosol – 1

Ans (2,5)

25. Autoimmune hepatitis has the following antibodies except

    1. ANA
    2. ANCA
    3. Anti-LKM-1
    4. Anti – SLA

Ans (2)


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