Hematology MCQs, Hematology Multiple Choice Questions and Answers for competitive exams. This hematology quiz is designed to check how well you understand the basics.
Q No. 1: In beta, Thalassemia major, the anemia becomes apparent at?
(a) 3 to 6 months after birth ✓
(b) Within a few hours after birth
(d) 4 years after birth
(c) 1 week after birth
(e) 20 years after the birth
Q No. 2: JAK 2 mutation is seen in?
(a) Acute myeloid leukemia.
(b) Acute lymphoblastic leukemia
(c) Polycythemia vera ✓
(d) Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
(e) Chronic myeloid leukemia
Q No. 3: Factors impairing normal reticulocyte to anemia?
Q No. 4: Microcytic hypochromic blood film is found in?
Q No. 5: Does thrombocytopenia occur?
(a) Aspirin intake
(b) Chronic iron deficiency
(c) Essential thrombocythemia
(d) Infectious mononucleosis ✓
Q No. 6: Which of the following is associated with an increased risk of developing thrombosis?
(a) Anti-phospholipid Syndrome ✓
(b) Christmas disease
(e) von Wille brand’s disease
Q No. 7: The Presence of Pencil shaped Poikilocytes is diagnostic of?
(a) Haemolytic anemia
(b) Iron deficiency anemia ✓
(c) Megaloblastic anemia
(d) Sickle cell anemia.
Q No. 8: In severe hemophilia, factor levels are reduced to less than?
(a) 1% ✓
Q No. 9: Glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is associated with?
(b) Neonatal jaundice
(c) Congenital non-spherocytic hemolytic anemia
(d) All of the Above ✓
(e) None of these
Q No. 10: Decreased NAP score is seen in?
(a) Chronic granulocytic Leukemia ✓
(b) Down’s Syndrome
(d) Leukamaid reaction
(e) Liver cirrhosis