Most common WHO class of Lupus Nephritis.
A. no lesions B. mesangial
C. focal segmental D. diffuse proliferative
A 2 year old boy presented with a large well circumscribed abdominal mass involving both kidneys. Microscopic examination reveals epithelial tissues,blastema and mesenchymal tissues. These are diagnostic of which of the following?
A. Oncocytoma B. Wilm’s Tumor
C. mesoblastic nephroma D. Neuroblastoma
A 55 year old male presenting with hematuria, flank pain and abdominal mass.Gross findings show a golden yellow tumor with hemorrhage and necrosis.Microscopically, the tumor cells are large, with optically clear cytoplasm. What isthe most likely diagnosis?
A. Renal cell carcinoma B. Wilm’s tumor
C. Pheochromocytoma D. Adenoma
Which of the following tests is most valuable in confirming Goodpasture’s
A. diffuse linear staining of GBM with IgG
B. granular lumpy bumpy deposits of IgG
C. urine culture for resistant E.coli
D. diffuse thickening of GBM on electron microscopy
These are linear lacerations occurring along the gastroesophageal junction due
to fits of vomiting in alcoholics.
A. esophageal varices B. MalloryWeiss
C. Shatzki’s rings D. Zenker’s diverticula
These are gastric ulcers associated with extensive burns.
A. decubitus ulcers B. peptic ulcers
C. Curling’s ulcers D. steroid ulcers
This is a solitary congenital malformation in the small bowel due to persistence of
the omphalomesenteric duct.
A. Meckel’s diverticula B. intussusception
C. omphalocele D. duplication
A 30 year old Scandinavian often experiences intermittent attacks of diarrhea, fever and abdominal pain during emotional stress. Examination of the GI tract reveal longitudinal mucosal ulcerations and fistulas with intervening unaffected segments. Biopsy showed transmural inflammation and noncaseating granulomas. What is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Typhoid ileitis B. Tropical sprue
C. Crohn’s disease D. Ulcerative colitis
Most common cause of transfusionrelated hepatitis.
A. Hepatitis A B. Hepatitis B
C. Hepatitis C D. Hepatitis D
Which of the following is one of the most frequent causes of acute pancreatitis?
A. periampullary tumors B. thiazide use
C. trauma D. alcoholism