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(Single Best Answer) Question 1: Which of the following disease are subject to International Health Regulations ?
A) Cholera
B) Hepatitis B
C) HIV/AIDS
D) None of these
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(Single Best Answer) Question 2: A 30-year old lady delivered a healthy baby at 37 week of gestation. She was a known case of chronic hepatitis B infection. She was positive for HBsAg but negative for HBeAg. Which of the following is the most appropriate treatment for the baby ?
A) Both active and passive immunization soon after birth
B) Passive immunization soon after birth and active immunization at 1 year of age
C) Only passive immunization soon after birth
D) Only active immunization soon after birth
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(Single Best Answer) Question 3: Minimal change glomerulopathy may be seen in association with all of the following except ?
A) Hepatitis B
B) HIV
C) Drug - induced interstitial nephritis
D) Hodgkin's disease
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(Single Best Answer) Question 4: Which one of the following diseases characteristically causes fatty change in liver ?
A) Hepatitis B virus infection
B) Wilson's disease
C) Hepatitis C virus infection
D) Chronic alcoholism
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(Single Best Answer) Question 5: Which of the following markers in the blood is the most reliable indicator of recent hepatitis B infection ?
A) HBsAg
B) IgG anti-HBs
C) IgM anti-HBc
D) IgM anti-HBe
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(Single Best Answer) Question 6: The following are true about Hepatocellular carcinoma, except ?
A) It has a high incidence in East Africa and South-East Asia
B) Its worldwide incidence parallels the prevalence of Hepatitis B
C) Over 80% of tumors are surgically resectable
D) Liver transplantation offer the only chance of cure in those with irresectable disease
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(Single Best Answer) Question 7: Early diagnosis of acute hepatitis B infection is made by ?
A) Presence of HbeAg in serum
B) Presence of IgM anti-Hbc in serum
C) Presence of HbsAg in serum
D) Presence of IgG anti-HBc in serum
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(Single Best Answer) Question 8: Use of one of the following vaccination is absolutely contraindicated in pregnancy ?
A) Hepatitis-B
B) Cholera
C) Rabies
D) Yellow fever
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(Single Best Answer) Question 9: The liver biopsy in acute hepatitis due to hepatitis B virus is likely to show all of the following, except ?
A) Ballooning change of hepatocytes
B) Ground glass hepatocytes
C) Focal or spotty necrosis
D) Acidophil bodies
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(Single Best Answer) Question 10: A 35 year old male patient presented with history of jaundice for 15 days. The onset was preceeded by a prodromal illness. His serum tested positive for HBsAg. A clinical diagnosis of acute hepatitis B was made. What should be the next best confirmatory investigation ?
A) Anti-HBeAg antibody
B) HBe antigen
C) Anti-HBe IgM antibody
D) HBV DNA by PCR
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