Christian Medical and Dental Association Test For 024 Class

CMDA Special Academic Quiz (Test 3)

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CMDA Bi-weekly Test 3

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Category: Microbiology

1. Which of the following has the highest rate of replication

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Category: Microbiology

2. Identify the correctly matched option

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Category: Microbiology

3. The treatment of Helicobacter pylori infection does not involve

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Category: Microbiology

4. Concerning Helicobacter pylori

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Category: Microbiology

5. The commonest site of Pott's disease is

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Category: Microbiology

6. Clostridium perfringes

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Category: Microbiology

7. Concerning leprosy

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Category: Microbiology

8. Gram negative bacteria

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Category: Microbiology

9. Highest motility is exhibited by

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Category: Microbiology

10. Not true concerning Yersinia

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Category: Microbiology

11. The following is not used for culturing Shigella

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Category: Microbiology

12. The following is a second-line drug in the management of Tuberculosis

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Category: Microbiology

13. Which does not belong to the family Enterobacteriaceae

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Category: Microbiology

14. The following are lactose fermenters except

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Category: Microbiology

15. The following are known for being anaerobic

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Category: Microbiology

16. Commercial production of penicillin was done in

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Category: Microbiology

17. Ziehl-Nelson stain

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Category: Microbiology

18. Identify the incorrect statement about gram staining

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Category: Microbiology

19. Woolsorter's disease is caused by

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Category: Microbiology

20. The following is associated with bloody diarrhoea except

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

21. Tissues that are quiescent in adult mammals but proliferative in response to injury include the following except

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

22. Cell types that repair injured tissue by attempting to restore normal structure is which of the following?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

23. Which of these is false

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Category: Uncategorized

24. Larger subcutaneous hematomas best define which of the following

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

25. The most important extracellular matrix constituent encountered by platelets after injury of a previously intact endothelium is

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

26. Ectopic islands of normal tissue is called

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

27. Concerning the spread of malignant neoplasm, which of the following is typical of neoplasms in the peritoneal cavity

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

28. Metastasis occurs at what stage of a malignant neoplasm

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

29. Examples of type III hypersensitivity include the following except

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

30. The deficiency of C3 in the complement system will result to which of these

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

31. A 72-year old woman is brought to the hospital with left-sided paralysis consistent with an ischemic infarct of the right cerebral cortex. She dies two days after admission. Which of the following would most likely be seen on microscopic examination on the affect area of the brain?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

32. Cloudy swelling, hydropic change and fatty change are all examples of

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

33. Which of these is non-malignant?

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34. The cardinal signs of inflammation includes the following except

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

35. The most common primary sites for the origin of Paget's disease are the nipple and the

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

36. The progression of acute to chronic inflammation occurs for the following reasons EXCEPT

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

37. The following are Giant cells EXCEPT

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

38. Paradoxical embolism may occur in the following conditions EXCEPT

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

39. The characteristics of transudate does NOT include which of the following

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

40. Which of the following is a possible fate of a thrombus

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Category: Haematology

41. Mr Shroud, known to have colonic cancer comes down to the clinic severely pale. Which of the following would relieve the pallor fastest

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Category: Haematology

42. An activist shows up for a blood donation. On screening, she is found to have a Bombay blood group. In what manner should her blood be stored to last the longest

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Category: Haematology

43. Platelet concentrate is best stored at

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Category: Haematology

44. While performing a routine appendectomy, the patient bled beyond what was anticipated. It was discovered that she had been on Warfarin on the morning of the surgery. How best should a warfarin overdose be reversed?

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Category: Haematology

45. Which of these is used to treat disseminated intravascular coagulopathy due to its elevated levels of fibrinogen

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Category: Haematology

46. Which of these would not be considered an immediate non-immune complication of blood transfusions?

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Category: Haematology

47. Which of these is considered the most frequent type of acute transfusion reaction?

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Category: Haematology

48. Not correctly matched

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Category: Haematology

49. True about erythropoiesis

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Category: Haematology

50. Earliest precursor with receptor for erythropoietin

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Category: Haematology

51. Clinical features of megaloblastic anemia include all except

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Category: Haematology

52. Each megakaryocyte gives rise to

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Category: Haematology

53. The effects of thrombopoietin therapy would be observed after

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Category: Haematology

54. Red blood cell protein that bears the antigens ,

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Category: Haematology

55. The most abundant peripheral protein in the red cell

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Category: Haematology

56. Hereditary spherocytosis

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Category: Haematology

57. Extramedullary haematopoiesis

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Category: Haematology

58. Hypochromic microcytic anaemia

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Category: Haematology

59. The following coagulation factors are related to haemophilia A and B

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Category: Haematology

60. Iron is found in all these except

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Category: Chemical Pathology

61. Zollinger Ellison

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Category: Chemical Pathology

62. Causes of Prehepatic jaundice except

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Category: Chemical Pathology

63. Laboratory findings in Crigler Najjar syndrome

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Category: Chemical Pathology

64. Structural protein of chylomicrons

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Category: Chemical Pathology

65. Concerning Kidney disorders

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Category: Chemical Pathology

66. Concerning Iron metabolism

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Category: Chemical Pathology

67. About iron absorption and transport

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Category: Chemical Pathology

68. Properties of isoenzymes

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Category: Chemical Pathology

69. Which is most likely false concerning point of care testing

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Category: Chemical Pathology

70. About nephrotic syndrome

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Category: Chemical Pathology

71. Which is true about kidney stones

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Category: Chemical Pathology

72. Features of the hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state include the following except

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Category: Chemical Pathology

73. The following enzyme can be used to diagnose prostatic disease

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Category: Chemical Pathology

74. Defective enzyme in porphyria cutanea tarda is

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Category: Chemical Pathology

75. Which of the following is paired incorrectly

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Category: Chemical Pathology

76. False about renal tubular acidosis (RTA)

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Category: Chemical Pathology

77. Jaundice becomes clinically visible when serum bilirubin is greater than

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Category: Chemical Pathology

78. Radiopaque Kidney stones except

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Category: Chemical Pathology

79. Which of these is the correct statement

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Category: Chemical Pathology

80. Hypoglycemia

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Category: Pharmacology

81. Urinary antiseptics

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Category: Pharmacology

82. Which of the following inhibits tyrosine hydroxylase?

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Category: Pharmacology

83. Which preparation bypasses absorption?

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Category: Pharmacology

84. Which of the following is false?

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Category: Pharmacology

85. The following Choline ester is not susceptible to both true and pseudo cholinesterases?

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Category: Pharmacology

86. Therapeutic window refers to

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Category: Pharmacology

87. Synergism is best illustrated by

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Category: Pharmacology

88. Which of the following is not currative

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Category: Pharmacology

89. Which of the following is least associated with extrapyramidal side effects

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Category: Pharmacology

90. The commonest reason for pharmacotherapeutic failure in clinical practices is

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Category: Pharmacology

91. The following are routes of drug administration except

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Category: Pharmacology

92. Which of these is incorrectly matched

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Category: Uncategorized

93. The following is not a form of tolerance

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Category: Pharmacology

94. Toxicity testing does not involve

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Category: Pharmacology

95. Chelation of mercury by dicumarol is a

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Category: Pharmacology

96. Concerning autonomic nervous system

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Category: Pharmacology

97. Identify the correctly matched option

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Category: Pharmacology

98. The following are indications for using benzodiazepines except

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Category: Pharmacology

99. Which of the following is a nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor

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Category: Pharmacology

100. Parkinson's disease

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CMDA Test 2.2

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This is CMDA Biweekly Test 2.2. It contains MCB, Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology. God's grace as you proceed.

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CMDA Bi-weekly Test 2.2

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Category: Microbiology

1) The following statements about leprosy are true except

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Category: Microbiology

2) Concerning Dental caries, the following are true except

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Category: Microbiology

3)

In laboratory culture and isolation of campylobacter include the following except

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Category: Microbiology

4) Which of the following is a Virulence factors of Enterobacteriaceae

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Category: Microbiology

5) All are correctly-matched pairs with respect to normal flora and the sites they occur except

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Category: Microbiology

6) The following are correctly matched except

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Category: Microbiology

7) The following are non-lactose fermenting except

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Category: Microbiology

8) The following belong to the family Enterobacteriaceae except

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Category: Microbiology

9) These are involved in the pathogenesis of diphtheria except

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Category: Microbiology

10) The following systems can be used for isolation of campylobacter except

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Category: Microbiology

11) Characteristics of Mycobacteria include the following except

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Category: Microbiology

12) Bacterial causes of sorethroat usually include

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Category: Microbiology

13) In the pathogenesis of Corynebacterium diphtheriae

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Category: Microbiology

14) Campylobacter are

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Category: Microbiology

15) Corynebacterium is

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Category: Microbiology

16) The following media are best suited for campylobacter isolation except

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Category: Microbiology

17) Strept. pyogenes is associated with the following except

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Category: Microbiology

18) For laboratory diagnosis of cholera, the following are true except

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Category: Microbiology

19) Post streptococcal diseases include

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Category: Microbiology

20) The risk factor concerning cholera may include the following except;

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Category: Pharmacology

21) Antibiotics inhibiting the bacterial cell wall synthesis are:

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Category: Pharmacology

22) Bacteristatic effect is:

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Category: Pharmacology

23) Mechanisms of bacterial resistance to anti-microbial agents are the following, EXCEPT:

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Category: Pharmacology

24) The volume of distribution (Vd) relates:

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Category: Pharmacology

25) Tick the feature of the sublingual route:

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Category: Pharmacology

26) Pick out the appropriate alimentary route of administration when passage of drugs through liver is minimized:

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Category: Pharmacology

27) What does the term “bioavailability” mean?

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Category: Pharmacology

28)


Drug interactions include the following except

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Category: Pharmacology

29) Pharmacokinetic drug interaction

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Category: Pharmacology

30) Which of the following is/are false concerning phase I clinical studies

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Category: Pharmacology

31) About first pass effect of a drug

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Category: Pharmacology

32) When is a new drug application usually obtained

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Category: Pharmacology

33) Pharmacodynamics interaction include all except

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Category: Pharmacology

34) Pharmacokinetic drug interaction can include all except

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Category: Pharmacology

35) Which of the following is constant in first order elimination kinetics?

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Category: Pharmacology

36) Which of the following is not a parenteral form of drug administration?

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Category: Pharmacology

37) Below are the therapeutic indices of 5 drugs. Which of them is the best drug?

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Category: Pharmacology

38) Incorrect about phase I

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Category: Pharmacology

39) Concerning drug nomenclature, which of the following statements is correct

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Category: Pharmacology

40) How many phases are in the clinical stage of drug production

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Category: Chemical Pathology

41) Concerning correction of hyperkalemia

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Category: Chemical Pathology

42) Concerning hyperkalemia which is incorrect

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Category: Chemical Pathology

43) The following are clinical features of dehydration

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Category: Chemical Pathology

44) The following are clinical features of dehydration

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Category: Chemical Pathology

45) Concerning fluid and electrolyte balance in the body

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Category: Chemical Pathology

46)

The following are causes of hypovolemic hyponatremia except

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Category: Chemical Pathology

47) ECF osmolality is maintained mainly by

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Category: Chemical Pathology

48) The plasma osmolality is calculated as

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Category: Chemical Pathology

49) If a current is passed to a strip of cellulose acetate containing a small amount of serum which of the following is most likely going to migrate towards the anode

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Category: Chemical Pathology

50) C3 components of the complement system

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Category: Chemical Pathology

51) In a normal serum electrophoretic pattern, which of the following proteins make up the most obvious band

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Category: Chemical Pathology

52) Beta-gamma fusion following serum protein electrophoresis is seen in

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Category: Chemical Pathology

53) The following is likely to decrease in response to inflammation

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Category: Chemical Pathology

54) The most common site of gouty tophi is

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Category: Chemical Pathology

55) Lesch-Nyhan syndrome

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Category: Chemical Pathology

56) Characteristic features of gout crystals when viewed under polarized light is

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Category: Chemical Pathology

57) Which of these is true concerning Multiple myeloma

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Category: Chemical Pathology

58) About nephrotic syndrome

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Category: Chemical Pathology

59) Colloid Osmotic effect of plasma is mainly contributed by

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Category: Chemical Pathology

60) The following are produced by the liver except

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CMDA Test 2.1

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CMDA Bi weekly Test for 024 2.0

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Category: Haematology

1. Primary Immune lymphoid organs Include

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Category: Haematology

2. Which of the following cells is involved in humoral Immune response

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Category: Haematology

3. Clinical antigens which prevent infectious disease include

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Category: Haematology

4. Secondary Immune lymphoid organs Include

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Category: Haematology

5. Which of the following will shift the oxygen dissociation curve to the RIGHT:

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Category: Haematology

6. Prothrombin time is elevated in deficiency of which of the following

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Category: Haematology

7. Vitamin K dependent coagulation factors does NOT include:

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Category: Haematology

8. The following factors feature along the common coagulation pathway EXCEPT:

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Category: Haematology

9. About haemopoietic stem cells

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Category: Haematology

10. Concerning leukemoid reaction

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Category: Haematology

11. Concerning iron deficiency

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Category: Haematology

12. Which of the following factors enhance iron absorption

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Category: Haematology

13. Anaemia of chronic disorders can be caused by the following EXCEPT:

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Category: Haematology

14. Haemoglobinopathies include:

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Category: Haematology

15. The definition of anaemia has nothing to do with:

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Category: Haematology

16. Causes of absent spleen include:

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Category: Haematology

17. Causes of Massive Splenomegaly (>20cm) include the following EXCEPT:

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Category: Haematology

18. Functions of the spleen include the following EXCEPT:

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Category: Haematology

19.

The spleen consists of:

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Category: Haematology

20. The spleen is located in the

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Category: Haematology

21. In which of the membrane disorder is treatment not usually necessary?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

22. Neurofibrillary tangle is seen in which of the following condition?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

23.

Which of the following is associated with intracellular accumulation

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

24. Concerning hemodynamic disorders

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

25. The following are not correct

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

26.

The pathogenic mechanism of edema in congestive cardiac failure is

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

27. The following predisposes to thrombosis

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

28. The following are clinical features of shock except

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

29. Edema of

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

30. Which of the following is a permanent tissue

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

31. Concerning tissue classification based on their regenerative capacity

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

32. Concerning apoptosis

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33. Concerning metaplasia

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

34. Concerning cellular adaption

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

35. Concerning hypertrophy which is not correct?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

36.

An investigation of the chest of a 55 year old man shows necrosis secondary to a thrombus in the medium-sized pulmonary artery. This is a form of?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

37. Which of the following predominates at the injury site at 24hrs of tissue damage?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

38. The following is true except?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

39. Which of the following plays the greatest role in arterial thrombosis?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

40.

The pathogenesis of shock in coarctation of aorta involves?

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CMDA Test 1.2

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This is the second half of CMDA 024 First Biweekly Test. It contains Haematology and Morbid anatomy.

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Christian Medical and Dental Students Association of Nigeria 024 First Pretest 1.2

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Category: Haematology

1. Which of the following is false?

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Category: Haematology

2. About C-reactive Protein?

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Category: Haematology

3. Which of the following determine which foreign substances our immune system will recognise and resist?

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Category: Haematology

4. The normal platelet count is?

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Category: Haematology

5. Which of the following is false?

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Category: Haematology

6. About platelet?

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Category: Haematology

7. Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa is defective in?

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Category: Haematology

8. The surrogate markers of Haematopoietic Stem Cells are?

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Category: Haematology

9. In the progenitor cell compartment, the following is correct except?

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Category: Haematology

10. Which of the following is wrongly paired?

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Category: Haematology

11. About the  inhibition of coagulation?

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Category: Haematology

12. The principal RBC glycoprotein is?

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Category: Haematology

13. The most abundant RBC peripheral protein?

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Category: Haematology

14. Which of the peripheral proteins primarily anchors lipid bilayer to membrane skeleton?

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Category: Haematology

15. In which of the membrane disorder is treatment not usually necessary?

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Category: Haematology

16. Which of the following is rightly paired?

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Category: Haematology

17. Which of the following is false about the methylation of homocysteine to methionine?

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Category: Haematology

18. What amount of folate is bound to albumin?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

19. Absorption of folate  is maximal where?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

20. Which of the following is true about folate?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

21. Edema in Congestive Cardiac Failure is a?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

22. Increase in Exudate than in Transudate?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

23. An edema fluid with low protein content?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

24. Which is found both in acute and chronic inflammation?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

25. Which type of inflammatory giant cell is seen in Xanthoma?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

26. Not true about granulomatous inflammation?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

27. Granuloma?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

28. Features of chronic inflammation except?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

29. Which is not a sequela of acute inflammation?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

30. Which pathway of the complement system is initiated by microbes with terminal mannose groups?

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

31. What is the right order of event?

I- margination and pavementing
II- Rolling and Adhesion
III-emigration and diapedesis
IV- Normal axial flow

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Category: Morbid Anatomy/Histopathology

32. Sources of cell derived mediators?