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    Chief of Hepatology unit El Manial University Hospital (1994-1998).

    • Chief of Gastroentero ICU in Cairo university hospital (1997-2000)

    • President of the board of AlfaScope GI Specialized center (2004-2014).

    • Head of Endoscopy Unit in Cairo University Hospitals (2005-2010).       


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MCQs part II

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1) Bilateral pleural effusion is commonly seen in all except:

A.    SLE

B.     Nephrotic syndrome

C.     Pulmonary tuberculosis

D.    Congestive cardiac failure

E.     After coronary artery bypass graft


2) Haemorrhagic pleural effusion may be seen in:

A.    Cirrhosis of liver.

B.     Pulmonary tuberculosis

C.     SLE

D.    Myxoedema

E.     Nephrotic syndrome


3) Pleural rub is characteristically:

A.    Uniphasic

B.     Superficial, scratchy

C.     Alters with coughing

D.    Never palpable

E.     Present over a pleural effusion


4) Bronchial breath sound is found in all except:

A.    Collapse with patent bronchus

B.     Bronchial asthma

C.     Superficial, big, empty cavity with patent bronchus.

D.    Bronchopleural fistula

E.     Lobar pneumonia


5) Bronchophony may be found in:

A.    Pneumothorax

B.     Empyma

C.     Lobar Consolidation

D.    Pleural effusion.

E.     Chylothorax


6) Pink, frothy and profuse sputum is seen in:

A.    Pneumoconiosis

B.     Lobar pneumonia

C.     Acute pulmonary oedema

D.    Aspergilloma

E.     ARDS


7) P-pulmonale in ECG is seen in:

A.    Hydropneumothorax

B.     Chronic cor pulmonale

C.     Pulmonary tuberculosis

D.    Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis

E.     Wolff–Parkinson–White syndrome


8) Low voltage in ECG is seen in:

A.   Thin chest wall

B.   Consolidation

C.   Hyperthyroidism

D.   Emphysema

E.    Dextrocardia


9) Bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy is seen in all except:

A.    Sarcoidosis

B.     Bronchogenic carcinoma

C.     Pneumoconiosis

D.    Lymphoma

E.     Aspergillosis


10) Regarding hypoventilation all are true except:

A.    Occurs in severe kyphoscoliosis

B.     Hypoxaemia

C.     Hypercapnia

D.    Hypoxaemia is not corrected by 100% O2

E.     Occurs at high altitude


11) Which does not belong to the clinical manifestation of bronchial asthma:

A.    Chest pain

B.     Dyspnoea

C.     Wheeze

D.    Cough

E.     Rhonci


12) In lobar pneumonia, which is not true:

A.    Trachea deviated to the opposite side

B.     Woody dullness on percussion

C.     Tubular breath sound

D.    Presence of whispering pectoriloquy

E.     Tachypnea


13) Which is not a part of 'Kartagener's syndrome':

A.    Dextrocardia

B.     Sinusitis

C.     Impotence

D.    Bronchiectasis

E.     Infertility


14) Chronic respiratory failure is not seen in:

A.    Diffuse interstitial fibrosis

B.     Emphysema

C.     Pneumothorax

D.    Chronic bronchitis

E.     Kyphoscoliosis


15) Lung abscess is not a complication of:

A.    Malignancy

B.     Bronchopneumonia

C.     Wegener's granulomatosis

D.    Suppurative staphytococcal pneumonia

E.     Pulmonary embolism


16) Symptoms of acute pulmonary thromboembolism include all except:

A.    Substernal chest pain

B.     Haemoptysis

C.     Breathlessness

D.    Syncope

E.     Sputum production


17) Which is false regarding Pickwickian syndrome

A.    Marked obesity

B.     Hyperventilation

C.     Somnolence

D.    Right-sided heart failure

E.     Systemic hypertension


18) Commonest histologic variety of bronchogenic carcinoma is:

A.   Small cell carcinoma

B.   Large cell carcinoma

C.   Epidermoid carcinoma

D.   Adenocarcinoma

E.    Pancoast’s tumor


19) Investigation of highest diagnostic efficacy in acute pulmonary thromboembolism is

A.    ECG

B.     Arterial blood gas estimation

C.     Contrast-enhanced spiral

D.    Ventitation-perfusion lung scans CT scan

E.     Echocardiography


20) Acute lung injury (ARDS) should be differentiated from:

A.   Acute LVF

B.   Congestive cardiac failure

C.   Acute severe asthma

D.   Spontaneous pneumothorax

E.    Narcotic overdose


21) The dome of diaphragm is elevated in:

A.    Emphysema

B.     Pleural effusion

C.     Cirrhosis of liver

D.    Diaphragmatic palsy

E.     Asbestosis


22) All of the following are complicated by cyanosis except:

A.   Respiratory failure

B.   Lung abscess

C.   Acute lung injury

D.   Pulmonary thromboembolism

E.    Pulmonary arteriovenous fistula


23) Bronchial adenoma most commonly present as:

A.    Cough

B.     Stridor

C.     Recurrent haemoptysis

D.    Pain chest

E.     Coin shadow in chest x-ray


24) Nocturnal cough is classically found in all except:

A.    Post-nasal drip

B.     Tropical eosinophilia

C.     Left ventricular failure

D.    Recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy

E.     GERD


25) Haemorrhagic pleural effusion is not characteristic of:

A.    Systemic lupus erythematosus

B.     Acute pulmonary thromboembolism

C.     Tuberculous effusion

D.    Acute pancreatitis

E.     Metastatic cancer


26)  In allergic asthma , the most important mediators for pathogenesis is :

A.   Thromboxane A2

B.   Leukotrienes

C.   Prostaglandins

D.   Bradykinin

E.    Neuropeptides


27) Which of the antituberculosis drugs should be totally avoided in pregnancy:

A.    INH

B.     Pyrazinamide

C.     Rifampicin

D.    Streptomycin

E.     Ethambutol

28) Which is correct in type II respiratory failure:

A.   ¯Po2 and ¯Pco2

B.   ¯Po2 and normal Pco2

C.   Normal Po2 and ­Pco2

D.   ¯Po2 and ­Pco2

E.    None of the above


29) The commonest cause of acute cor pulmonale is:

A.   Lobar consolidation

B.   Pneumothorax

C.   Pulmonary thromboembolism

D.   Fibrosing alveolitis

E.    COPD


30) Characteristic feature of pulmonary hypertension does not include:

A.    Prominent a-wave in jugular

B.     Left parasternal heave venous pulse

C.     Diastolic shock

D.    Wide splitting of S2 with loud P2

E.     Dominant R wave in leads V1 to V3


31) Haemoptysis following acute pleuritic chest pain and dyspnoea is characteristic of:

A.    Bronchogenic carcinoma

B.     Pulmonary thromboembolism

C.     Pulmonary tuberculosis

D.    Arteriovenous malformations

E.     Dressler’s syndrome





Answer key :

1-    A

2-    B

3-    B

4-    B

5-    C

6-    C

7-    B

8-    D

9-    C

10-                     D

11-                     A

12-                     A

13-                     C

14-                     C

15-                     B

16-                     E

17-                     B

18-                     D

19-                     D

20-                     A

21-                     D

22-                     B

23-                     C

24-                     D

25-                     A

26-                     B

27-                     D

28-                     D

29-                     C

30-                     D

31-                     B

MCQs part II


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