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(Single Best Answer) Question 1: The most common presentation of a child with Wilm's tumor is ?
A) An asymptomatic abdominal mass
B) Haematuria
C) Hypertension
D) Hemoptysis due to pulmonary secondary
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(Single Best Answer) Question 2: True statement regarding Pulmonary embolism is ?
A) Haemoptysis is always present
B) Haemorrhagic effusion is always present
C) Chest X ray is always abnormal
D) Pleuritic chest pain may be present
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(Single Best Answer) Question 3: A 40 year old female with h/o previous abortion & brownish vaginal discharge, which is sometimes foul smelling, complains of hemoptysis. Her Chest Xray and Blood Laboratory Examination reports are highly suggestive. Most likely diagnosis is ?
A) Missed abortion
B) Choriocarcinoma with lung metastases
C) Endometrial carcinoma
D) Endometriosis
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(Single Best Answer) Question 4: A young man with tuberculosis presents with massive recurrent hemoptysis. For angiographic treatment which vascular structure should be evaluated first ?
A) Pulmonary artery
B) Bronchial artery
C) Pulmonary vein
D) Superior venacava
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(Single Best Answer) Question 5: A adult male patient presented in the OPD with complaints of cough and fever for 3 months and haemoptysis off and on. His sputum was positive for AFB. On probing it was found that he had already received treatment with RHZE for 3 weeks from a nearby hospital and discontinued. How will you categorize and manage the patient ?
A) Category III, start 2 (RHZ)3
B) Category II, start 2 (RHZE)3
C) Category I, start 2 (RHZE)3
D) Category II, start 2 (RHZES)3
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(Single Best Answer) Question 6: A 35 year old non-smoker presents with 2 episodes of mild hemoptysis. There is no history of fever or any constitutional symptoms. A plain x-ray of chest is found to be normal. Which one of the following should be the next step in the diagnostic evaluation of this patient ?
A) Bronchography
B) High-resolution computed tomography
C) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography
D) Fibreoptic bronchoscopy
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(Single Best Answer) Question 7: The most common and earliest manifestation of carcinoma of the glottis is ?
A) Hoarseness
B) Haemoptysis
C) Cervical lymph nodes
D) Stridor
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(Single Best Answer) Question 8: The most common and earliest manifestation of carcinoma of the glottis is ?
A) Hoarseness
B) Haemoptysis
C) Cervical lymph nodes
D) Stridor
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