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  • Posted By: kancha
  • July 5, 2008
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22A patient with HBsAg(+), HBeAg(+) and anti-HBc IgM(+), he is in the status of ________.
A.low infectivity B.late convalescence C.conferring immunity D.active viral replication and high infectivity E.high infectivity
23Which of following is the gene of HBeAg?
A.C gene of HBV. B.Pre-C of HBV. C.X gene of HBV. D.S gene of HBV. E.Pre-S1 and Pre-S2 of HBV.
24Which is false in Hepatitis A?
A.The virus has a single stranded RNA. B.The incubation period is 2 to 6 weeks C.The illness is milder in children.
D.Is maximally infectious at the peak of jaundice E.Can be prevented by active immunity.
25What are complications in severe form hepatitis except:
A.High level of Total bilirubin B.Hepatic encephalopathy C.Bleeding in upper digestive tract
D.Bacterial infections. E.Hepatorenal syndrome
.26For confirm diagnosis of hepatitis A, which of followings is not true?
A.Positive isolation from stool indicates present infection. B.Positive HAV-antigen indicates present infection.
C.Anti-HAV IgG positive indicates acute infection. D.Anti-HAV-IgM positive indicates acute infection
E.Anti-HAV-IgM and anti-HAV-IgG positive indicate current infection.
.27Superinfection of hepatitis D on hepatitis B , which of followings is least possible?
A.Can cause liver failure. B.Cause acute attack of chronic hepatitis B. C.Alleviate the conditions of hepa

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  • 22A patient with HBsAg(+), HBeAg(+) and anti-HBc IgM(+), he is in the status of D.active viral replication and high infectivity E.high infectivity 23Which of following is the gene of HBeAg? C.X gene of HBV. 24Which is false in Hepatitis A? D.Is maximally infectious at the peak of jaundice .25What are complications in severe form hepatitis except: C.Bleeding in upper digestive tract .26For confirm diagnosis of hepatitis A, which of followings is not true? C.Anti-HAV IgG positive indicates acute infection. E.Anti-HAV-IgM and anti-HAV-IgG positive indicate current infection..27Superinfection of hepatitis D on hepatitis B , which of followings is least possible? C.Alleviate the conditions of hepafrom RAJA.K STANLEY MEDICAL COLLEGE CHENNAI. Keep posting questions!
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  • .Normally, the BUN/Cr ratio is_.A.10:1-15:1 B.12:1-20:1 C.8:1-18:1 D.15:1-25:1 E.20:1-30:1Nephrotic syndrome is defined as_of proteinuria.A. >1.5g/d B. >2.5g/d C. >3.5g/d D. >4.5g/d E. >5.5g/d.The normal range of urine PH is:A. 5.0-6.0 B. 6.0-6.5 C. 6.0-7.0 D. 6.5-7.5 E. 7.0-8.0The normal urine specific gravity range is:A. 1.005-1.010 B. 1.010-1.020 C. 1.015-1.025 D. 1.020-1.030 E. 1.030-1.040.Isosthenuria suggests inability to concentrte or dilute the urine, indicating damage to the renal medulla. The fixed specific gravity is_.A. 1.020 B. 1.030 C. 1.000 D. 1.010 E. 1.015Glucose is normally filtered in the glomerulus and completely reabsorbed, mostly in the proximal tubule. When the serum glucose rises above 200mg/dL, the filtered load will exceed the capacity for tubular reabsorption and glucose will appear in the urine. The normal glucose excretion is_.A. 1 RBCs/hpf B.>2 RBCs/hpf C.>3 RBCs/hpf D.>4 RBCs/hpf E.>5 RBCs/hpf
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  • RAJA K . thank you very much for ur help ....
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