Medical Quiz

Diabetes Mellitus Quiz


Preview:


Which of the following describes BEST Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus?

A. Insulin is always necessary when you have Type 2 diabetes.

B. Type 2 diabetes was also called non-insulin-dependent diabetes.

C. It could be the result of faulty beta cells in the pancreas that normally produce insulin.

D. Type 2 diabetes is an autoimmune condition.


……………… is considered as an autoimmune disease where there are anti insulin or anti-islet cell antibodies present in blood.

A. DM – II

B. DM – I

C. Insulin resistance

D. Hypoglycemia


Diabetic patient suffers from hyperkalemia because of …………………

A. High glomular filtration rate

B. Ketoacidosis

C. Lack of insulin

D. All the choices are correct


Blood glucose comes mostly from the _________ that we eat

A. carbohydrates

B. proteins

C. fats

D. fibers


…………. reflects the average level of blood glucose over the previous 1-2 months

A. Serum fructosamine

B. Serum glycated hemoglobin

C. Insulin

D. Blood glucose level


When renal threshold exceeds ……………..mg/dL causes glucosuria

A. 220

B. 200

C. 120

D. 180


Diabetes is defined best as

A. a metabolic disease characterized by low blood sugar

B. a metabolic disease characterized by high blood sugar

C. a family of blood infection

D. none of the above


Insulin is released after …………… From meal

A. 30 min

B. 60 min

C. 90 min

D. 120 min


How much gm of glucose is given to test OGTT in 300 ml water

A. 100

B. 50

C. 75

D. 25


All of above are signs and symptoms of type1 diabetes and type2 diabetes except,

A. Fatigue

B. Extreme hunger

C. decrease thirst

D. slow-healing sores


……………….. is a useful indicator in order to differentiate between endogenous and exogenous insulin.

A. Glycated hemoglobin level

B. Random blood glucose level

C. C- peptide level

D. serum creatinine level


………….. is formerly called non insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus

A. DM – II

B. DM – I

C. Hypoglycemia

D. Renal impairement


Which one is NOT a long-term diabetes complication?

A. Eye damage (diabetic retinopathy, damage to retina blood vessels)

B. Hearing impairment (damage to the auditory nerves)

C. Nerve damage like numbness (neuropathy, interfere nerve ability to send signals)

D. Seizure


If total CO2 is less than 10 mmol/L, indicates …………….

A. Non ketotic D.M

B. Ketonuria

C. Metabolic acidosis

D. Insulinoma




Disclaimer:

Medical Quiz should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational and educational purposes only.