Hematology MCQs Part 4

Hematology MCQs Part 4

Hematology MCQs Part 4, 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: The usual range of bleeding time by lancet in Ivy’s method is—-?

(a) 10-12
(b) 3-8
(c) 5-10
(d) 2-7

Q No. 2: The Normal range of bleeding time in Duke’s method is to….?

(a) 10 to 12
(b) 15 to 20
(c) 11 to 12
(d) 9 to 7

Q No. 3: In Ivy’s method, incisions are made in the volar surface of…..?

(a) Forearn
(b) Ear Lobe
(c) Leg
(d) Chest

Q No. 4: Which of the following bleeding time tests is the standard method for bleeding time?

(a) Centrifugation
(b) Duke’s method
(c) Ivy’s method
(d) Phil’s Method

Q No. 5: Duke’s method for bleeding time is mainly used for?

(a) Infants my children
(b) Adults
(c) Elders
(d) None of above

Q No. 6: Bleeding time also prolonged in… Disease as platelets functioning is disturbed due to the absence of the von Wille brand factor….?

(a) Typhoid
(b) Malaria
(c) Von Willebrand
(d) Cholera

Q No. 7: If the number of platelets is reduced below a critical level si platelets are functionally abnormal, the bleeding time is?

(a) Short
(b) Reduced
(c) Prolonged
(d) Stopped

Q No. 8: The Bleeding Time depends upon the number of. and the quality of their functioning.

(a) White blood cells
(b) Red Blood cells
(c) Platelets
(d) Differential

Q No. 9: The Time taken for the blood to stop flowing from the wound is known as?

(a) Blood flow
(b) Blood plasma
(c) Clooting Time
(d) Bleeding Time

Q No. 10: BT mean?

(a) Best Time
(b) Better transport
(c) Bleeding Time
(d) All of the above

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