Urine Analysis MCQs

Urine Analysis MCQs

Urine Analysis MCQs, The urine dipstick can assess renal, urinary tract, and systemic pathologies. This quiz tests basic concepts related to the urine dipstick and provides example results to work through. There are 25 Questions available.

Q No. 1: The Urine preservative which causes false Positive reaction in protein?

Answer:

(a) Toulene
(b) Thymol ✓
(c) Formalin
(d) Boric acid

Q No. 2: In nephritic patients, morning samples Preserve the formed elements due to their?

Answer:

(a) High Specific gravity and low pH ✓
(b) Low Specific gravity and high pH
(c) None
(d) Option a and b

Q No. 3: Urine color turns milky due to the presence of?

Answer:

(a) Purulent genitourinary tract disease
(b) Chyluria
(c) All of the above ✓
(d) None of above

Q No. 4: Urine darkens on standing due to?

Answer:

(a) High Specific gravity and Low pH ✓
(b) Bacteria
(c) Both
(d) None of above

Q No. 5: Fruity odor in urine is due to?

Answer:

(a) Ketosis ✓
(b) Glucosuria
(c) Bacterial infection
(d) All of above

Q No. 6: The product of incomplete fat metabolism is known as?

Answer:

(a) ketone bodies ✓
(b) Urobilinogen
(c) Both
(d) None

Q No. 7: The met average 24 hours urine Urinary output in an adult is?

Answer:

(a) 1200 to 1500ml ✓
(b) 2500 to 3500ml
(c) 1500 to 2500ml
(d) 1000 to 2000ml

Q No. 8: The urine volume of more than 2000ml is termed a?

Answer:

(a) Polyuria ✓
(b) Oliguria
(c) Anusia
(d) Nocturia

Q No. 9: Urine excretion less than 500mL is known as?

Answer:

(a) Anuria
(b) Nocturia
(c) Polyuria
(d) Oliguria ✓

Q No. 10: The Complete cessation of Unine formation is known as?

Answer:

(a) Anuria ✓
(b) Nocturia
(c) Polyuria
(d) Oliguria

Q No. 11: The normal specific gravity in random Urime is?

Answer:

(a) 1.005 to 1.030 ✓
(b) 1.010 to 1.025
(c) 1.015 to 1.030
(d) 1.020 to 1.025

Q No. 12: Low Specific gravity is formed in?

Answer:

(a) Hyperthenuric Urine ✓
(b) Isosthenuric Urine
(c) Hypersthenmic mine
(d) None

Q No. 13: Which are the methods used to estimate specific gravity in urine?

Answer:

(a) Urinemeter
(b) Strip method
(c) Refractometer method
(d) All of the above ✓

Q No. 14: What helps to measure the capacity of tubules to reabsorb unter from the glomerular filtrate?

Answer:

(a) pH
(b) Specific gravity ✓
(c) Both
(d) None of above

Q No. 15: Urine specific gravity is dependent upon?

Answer:

(a) Salutes in Urine ✓
(b) Solvent in Urine
(c) Both
(d) None

Q No. 16: Urine odor is aromatic due to the presence of?

Answer:

(a) Volatile fatty acids ✓
(b) Fatty acid All of bone
(C) HEL in gastric juice
(d) All of the above

Q No. 17: The inorganic constituents present in 24 hours of urine are?

Answer:

(a) Iron
(b) Calcium, Phosphate
(c) Sodium
(d) All Of The Above ✓

Q No. 18: The organic constituents present in 24 Urine?

Answer:

(a) Creatine, Amonia,
(b) Uric Acid, Amylase,
(c) Total Protein, Glucose,
(d) All of the above ✓

Q No. 19: The normal protein level in the urine sample is?

Answer:

(a) 2-8 mg/dl ✓
(b) 8-10 mg/dl
(c) 10-15 g/dl
(d) 1- 8 mglal

Q No. 20: The qualitative method used to determine urinary proteins is?

Answer:

(a) Heat and acetic acid
(b) Sulfo salicylic acid test
(c) Paper strip method
(d) All of the above ✓

Q No. 21: Turibidimetic and Esbach’s method provides accuracy?

Answer:

(a) Protein in Urine ✓
(b) Glucose in urine
(c) Ketone bodies
(d) All of the above

Q No. 22: Greasy cloudiness in urine appeared due to?

Answer:

(a) Lipiduria
(b) Microalbuminuria
(c) Both
(d) None

Q No. 23: Osazone test is used to determine?

Answer:

(a) Lactose ✓
(b) Lipase
(c) Amalyse
(d) Lipid

Q No. 24: Normal range for bile pigment in urine?

Answer:

(a) > 0.02 mg
(a) < 0.02 mg ✓

(c) > 0.03 mg
(d) 20.05 mg

Q No. 25: Glycosuria without hyperglycemia is due to?

Answer:

(a) Penal tubular dysfunction
(b) Pregnancy
(c) A and B ✓
(d) None of above

Q No. 26: Calcium discharged by the body is excreted?

Answer:

(a) Stool
(b) Urine
(c) A and B ✓
(d) None of above

Q No. 27: Decreased levels of calcium in a urine sample are caused due to?

Answer:

(a) Hypoparathyrodism
(b) Vitamin D deficiency
(c) Malabsorption syndrome
(d) All of above

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