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Hematology MCQs Part III

Hematology MCQs Part III, 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: What is the number of cells in the total volume of blood?

(a) 45%
(b) 50/
(c) 55%
(d) 60%

Q No. 2: Contribution of blood to body weight?

(a) 11%
(b) 5%
(c) 7%
(d) 9%

Q No. 3: What is the amount of water in plasma?

(a) 80-82
(b) 85-87
(c) 90-92
(d) 95-97

Q No. 4: The Largest component of Plasma after water?

(a) Nutrients
(b) Waste material
(c) Inorganic salts
(d) Plasma Protein

Q No. 5: The main Protein found in Plasma is?

(a) Albumin
(b) Globulin
(c) Fibringe
(d) Heparin

Q No. 6: The main manufacturing rite of blood cells is?

(a) Speen
(b) Red bone marrow
(c) Lymphotic tissue
(d) Yellow bone marrow

Q No. 7: What is the Process of making blood cells called?

(a) Leucopoiesis
(b) Erythropoiesis
(c) Hemopoisis
(d) Thrambopoicsis

Q No. 8: The most abundant cells in the blood are?

(a) Platelets
(b) Stem cell
(c) RBC cells
(d) WBC cells

Q No. 9: What is the contribution of RBC, the total number of blood cells?

(a) 69%
(b) 97%
(c) 99%
(d) 80%

Q No. 10: The shape of RBC is?

(a) Uniconvex disc
(b) Biconvex disc
(c) Uniconcave disc
(d) Biconcare disc

Q No. 11: Blood cells responsible for transporting oxygen?

(a) Thrombocyte
(b) Erythrocyte
(c) Leucocyte
(d) Plasma

Q No. 12: What is the number of RBCs in male?

(a) 3.8-5.8 million/mm3
(b) 4.5-6.5 million /mm3
(c) 45.5-7.5 million/mm3
(d) 8.0 million/mm3

Q No. 13: The volume of RBCs Per cubic mililiter of blood is called?

(a) PVC
(b) MCH
(d) MCHC
(d) MCV

Q No. 14: What is the amount of Hemoglobin in female blood?

(a) 9.5-14.5 g/dl
(b) 10.5-15.5 g/dl
(c) 11.5-16.5 gl dl
(d) 12.5-17.5 g/dL

Q No. 15: The unit of calculation of MCH is?

(a) Picogram
(b) Microgram
(c) Femt gram
(d) Miligram

Q No. 16: What is the average age of RBCs?

(a) 7 days
(b) 21 days
(c) 60 days
(d) 120 days

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