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Qmu Section 3

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PATHOLOGY1. All of the following are concluded as Gestational trophoblastic diseases, EXCEPT ?A. Hydatiform moleB. ChoriocarcinomaC. Invasive ductal carcinomaD. Invasive mole2. Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding complete vesicular mole?A. Its karyotype is 46XX/XY.B. Hydropic swelling is found in almost all villi.C. It does permit embryogenesis and contains fetal part.D. There is marked elevation of serum HCG.3. Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding partial vesicular mole?A. Its karyotype is 69XXY.B. The fetal part is present.C. Caused by fertilization of an empty ovum by two sperms.D. There is some increase of serum HCG.4. Choose the CORRECT statement(s) regarding microscopic picture of partial vesicularmole.i. Villous edema is found only in some villi.ii. The villi vascularization is absence.iii. Trophoblastic proliferation is focal and slight.A. i onlyB. i & iiC. ii & iiiD. i & iii5. Choose the FALSE statement regarding Choriocarcinoma:A. an aggressive malignant tumorB. Most cases occur before the age of 20 years and above the age of 40 years oldC. There is formation of chorionic villi microscopicallyD. Grossly the uterus is filled with a large soft, fleshy mass.
6.- Cystic dilatation of breast ducts during lactation.- Obstruction of breast ducts by inflammation and fibrosis with accumulation of milk.- During acute phase, it is tender and if opened it will show collection of milky fluid. Lateron, contents will become inspissated and cheesy. It may rupture causing local inflammatoryreaction.Which of the following have the above characteristics:A. Acute mastitis and breast abscessB. Chronic mastitisC. Fat necrosisD. Galactocele7. All of the following describing the characteristics of non- proliferative fibrocysticchanges, EXCEPT?A. FibrosisB. AdenosisC. Cyst formationD. Epithelial Hyperplasia8. Which of the following diseases or lesions show apocrine metaplasia ?A. Non proliferative fibrocystic changesB. Epithelial hyperplasiaC. Sclerosing adenosisD. Proliferative fibrocystic diseases.9. Which of the following diseases or lesions has the highest risk of developing breastcancer?A. Non proliferative fibro cystic changesB. Proliferative fibrocystic diseases.C. Proliferative fibrocystic disease with atypia.D. Proliferative fibrocystic disease with atypia and with positive family history.10. Which of the below is not related to Fibroadenoma?A. EncapsulatedB. Caused bloody nipple dischargeC. Related to estrogen hormoneD. Occur in female below 30 years
11. Which will decrease the risk of breast cancer?A. Prolonged exposure to endogenous and exogenous estrogenB. Endometrial carcinomaC. NulliparaD. Prolonged breast feeding12. Which tumor developed from lactiferous duct?A. Phyllodes tumorB. FibroadenomaC. Lobular carcinomaD. Duct papilloma13. Most common type of breast cancer isA. Colloid carcinomaB. FibroadenomaC. Invasive ductal carcinoma of NOSD. Phyllodes tumor14. All the statements below are correct EXCEPTA. Comedo ductal carcinoma in situ characterized by having central necrosisB. main neoplastic component of Fibroadenoma is the epithelial elementC. Phyllodes tumor does not arise from pre-existing FibroadenomasD. 20% of breast carcinoma arise from central area of the breast15. Which is most common type of infiltrating duct carcinoma?A. Intraductal papillomaB. Invasive lobular carcinomaC. Paget's diseaseD. Invasive Ductal Carcinoma of no special type16. Which carcinoma that has tumor cell floating in large lake mucin asmicroscopic picture?A. Colloid carcinomaB. Comedo ductal carcinomaC. Cribiform duct carcinomaD. Medullary carcinoma

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