On examining stomach in post-mortem specimen, single round small lesion w/ sloping distal end & raised proximal, floor is necrotic, & base indurated & deep. This is charateristic lesion indicating infection by?
D. Gastritis ulcer
Left atrial hypertrophy, chronic vascular congestion of lung, & pulmonary hypertension could be possible effects & complications of which condition?
E. Mitral valve stenosis
Rheumatic fever is predisposed to by all of following EXCEPT?
D. Damp climate & poor socioeconomic conditions
Which type of necrosis is associated w/ brain infarction?
Achalasia of pyloris of newborn infant is associated w/?
A. Inability to store sugar as glycogen
All of following are mechanisms involved in development of GMN EXCEPT?
B. Anyphalactic type
Which of following microscopic lesions is charateristic of rheumatic fever?
A. Aschoffs nodules
Which of the following groups are at risk of developing rheumatic fever?
B. Children born w/ recessive gene predisposition to group A beta hemolytic strep
Rheumatic fever is allergic condition commonly manifesting inflammation in which location in adults?
C. Big joints
Which of the following valvular lesions immediately initiates ischemic reaction?
C. Aortic stenosis
Left atrial hypertrophy is associated w/ which of following valvular conditions?
D. Mitral stenosis
Coronary & cerebral insufficiency, ischemic pains, & pulmonary hypertension could be associated w/ following valve lesions?
D. Mitral stenosis
Which of the following is the most common valve lesion?
C. Mitral stenosis
Megaloblastic anemia is due to?
C. Absence or decrease of maturation factor released at stomach affecting vit B12 absorption in small intestine
All of following are effects of stomach cancer EXCEPT?
MC location of active myocardial infarction is?
E. Anterior portion of interventricular septum & adjacent left ventricular wall
From which of the following would one most likely culture group A beta hemolytic strep?
C. Mitral valve
Which of following represents MC location of stomach cancer?
All of following could be complications of gastric ulcer EXCEPT?
Nephrotic syndrome is manifested by?
B. Heavy albuminurea, hypoproteinemia w/ reversion of albumin/globulin ratio
All of following provide logical good explanations for pathogenesis in chronic peptic ulcer formation EXCEPT?
A. Constitutional theory-> age, size, blood type
Acute cystitis generally is more common among which of following groups?
A. Pregnant females
Herniation of stomach into thorax accompanied by esophageal reflux, bleeding, & anemia could be resulting from which of following?
A. Neuromuscular incoordination of esophageal opening in diaphragm
Group of kidney diseases affecting glomeruli causing thickening of basement membrane & loss of foot processes manifesting heavy albuminuria, hypoproteinemia w/ reversion of A/G ratio are classified clinicophysiologically into which of following?
C. Nephrotic syndrome
Newborn infant w/ frequent projectile vomiting & manifestations of severe electrolyte & nutritional disturbances should be examined & investigated for possibilites of which of following conditions?