MCQs   Pathology


Tophi are the pathognomonic hallmark of gout (1)
Neubauer counting chamber's calculations for RBC; Platelets and WBC:- (1)
Herpes simplex virus (HSV) (1)
The Regulation of "Iron absorption" (1)
Myelofibrosis is a serious bone marrow disorder that disrupts your body's normal production of blood cells (1)
Kinyoun method or Kinyoun stain (1)
Anaplastic large-cell lymphoma (1)
Genome editing, or genome editing with engineered nucleases (GEEN) (1)
Length of Telomere can be accurately measured in Peripheral Blood (1)
Fatty acid-binding protein, brain (1)
■ It is hybrid of Necrosis+Apoptosis but considered as NECROSIS) (1)
Primary tuberculosis (1)
Quick revision - Boundaries of Axillary Clearance during MRM (1)
Bilobed flap is a local transposition flap used for covering a defect over the tip of the nose usually left behind after BCC excision (1)
Chemoport is a vascular access device which helps in administering chemotherapy with relative ease (1)
Total endoluminal excision of rectum (1)
Please remember two new NOTES (natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery) techniques (1)
"Never give up" should be the mantra of life even if all the roads of life are blocked (1)
Undifferentiated acute leukemias (1)
Can be seen in neurogenic (1)
Autosomal dominant syndrome (1)
"Visceral Leishmaniasis" (1)
Tumors are composed of clusters of polygonal to spindle shaped chromaffin cells (1)
Factors controlling the regulation of gene and protein expression (1)
Glomeruloid bodies (a/k/a schilller duval bodies) (1)
Mucicarmine stain ---red color cryptococci (1)
"Heliotrope rash" affecting the eyelids (1)
Do not chase your dream, they may breakdown, and so will be your innerself (1)
● It is associated with a change in vaginal glycogen flora or pH (1)
It is a squamous epithelial cell that has undergone a number of structural changes (1)