Clinical Pathology MCQs

Clinical Pathology MCQs (Part II)

Clinical Pathology MCQs, The most common Answers and Questions in the form of MCDs for students, BMLT, DMLT, Laboratory technologists, and Technicians.

Q No. 1: Protein in CSF is …. in all types of meningitis?

(a) Normal
(b) Low
(c) High
(d) Balance

Q No. 2: What level of glucose is in bacterial meningitis?

(a) Normal
(b) Low
(c) High
(d) Balance

Q No. 3: What test measures creatinine in a 24-hour Unine Sample?

(a) Creatinine clearance Test
(b) Creatinine Level Test
(c) BUN/creatinine level test
(d) None of above

Q No. 4: What must be assessed before administering the BUN test?

(a) Age of the Patient
(b) If the Patient has taken diuretics
(c) If the Patient has ingested meat
(d) All of the above

Q No.5: What is measured by the BUN test?

(a) Urea level in blood
(b) Ammonia level in blood
(c) Creatinine level in blood
(d) Nitrogen in the blood

Q No. 6: Why should the Patient avoid drinking coffee or tea before the creatinine clearance test?

(a) These increase urine Production
(b) These decrease urine production
(c) These affect how the sample is taken
(d) None of the above

Q No. 7: What does a Low BUN level indicate?

(a) Liver damage
(b) Malnutrition
(c) Low Protein diet
(d) All of the above

Q No. 8: What is the purpose of the BUN/Creatinine test?

(a) Compares the ratio of BUN and creatinine in blow to aver for dehydration
(b) Compares the ratio of BUN and creatinine in blood to asses for pregnancy
(c) Compares the ratio of BUN and Creatinine in blond to assess for testing errors
(d) None of the above

Q No. 9: What would a high BUN level indicate besides renal failure?

(a) Shock
(b) Urinary tract blockage
(c) Respiratory tract bleeding
(d) All of the above

Q No. 10: What is Creatinine?

(a) After an intense effort by the liver, creatine phosphate converts to creatine, which is metabolized into creating and excreted by the kidney
(b) After an intense effort by the lungs, creatine phosphate Converts to creatine, which is metabolized into creatinine and extracted by the kidney
(c) After an intense effort by skeletal muscles, creatine, phosphate converts to creatine, which is metabolized into Creatine and is excreated the kidney
(d( After intense effort by skeletal muscles, creatine Phosphate converts to creatine, which is be metabolized into creatine and is filtered by the liver

Q No. 11: What Should be Patient avoid before taking the creatinine clearance test?

(a) Strenuous exercise
(b) Eating meat
(c) Drinking coffee
(d) All of the above

Q No. 12: What is the critical fact that should be known about renal failure?

(a) Creatinine blood levels increase and creatinine urine Levels decrease
(b) Creatinine blood levels decrease and creatinine Urine levels increase
(c) Creatinine blood levels decreases and creatine Urine levels decrease
(d) Always use abbreviations to Save time and Space the chart

Q No. 13: A high level of Adenosine deaminase in Pericardial fluid suggests…?

(a) Typhoid
(b) Malaria
(c) Tuberculosis
(d) Baucellosis

Q No. 14: How to an increased number of neutrophils in Pericardial fluid may be seen with infection?

(a) Bacterial
(b) Viral
(c) Fungal
(d) Parasitic

Q No. 15: Cloudy, thick Pericardial fluid indicates the presence of … and/or white blood cells?

(a) Heart Attack
(b) Microorganisms
(c) Shock
(d) Spermatozoa

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