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Haematology Quiz


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There are ______ types of bilirubin in the blood.

A. Two

B. Three

C. Four

D. Five


What is normal range of ALT in serum?

A. 7 to 56 IU/L

B. 4 to 76 IU/L

C. 2 to 96 IU/L

D. 0 to 86 IU/L


Phlebotomists are technician who collect _______ samples.

A. Urine

B. Stool

C. Blood

D. Tissue


Purpura is caused due to dietary deficiency of which vitamin?

A. Vitamin B

B. Vitamin C

C. Vitamin D

D. Vitamin K


Which of the following is not the symptom of leishmaniasis(Kala azar or black fever)?

A. Skin sores

B. Anemia

C. Black bruises on skin

D. Damage to liver and spleen


Metabolism of bilirubin into urobilinogen is responsible for _______ colour of urine.

A. Brown

B. Pink

C. Yellow

D. Reddish


RDTs capture parasite antigen from peripheral blood using monoclonal antibodies prepared against a malaria antigen target and conjugated to _______ particles.

A. Sand

B. Silver

C. Iron

D. Gold


Which disease is an inheritable genetic disorder that impairs clotting of blood?

A. Haemophilia

B. Thalassemia

C. Suckle cell anaemia

D. Aplasia anaemia


_________ is typical cardiac marker for evaluation of functioning of heart.

A. LDH

B. AST

C. ALP

D. ALT


Where does metabolism of carbohydrates begins?

A. Stomach

B. Small intestine

C. Large intestine

D. Mouth


During strenous muscular activities, pyruvic acid is converted into____.

A. Acetyl CoA

B. Citric acid

C. Glucose

D. Lactic acid


Normal range of Luteinising hormones in pregnant women is less than ________.

A. 1.5 IU/L

B. 2.5 IU/L

C. 3.5 IU/L

D. 4.5 IU/L


What hormone is responsible for conversion of glucose to glycogen?

A. Insulin

B. Glucagon

C. Epinephrine

D. Norepinephrine


Decrease of Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) is caused by the decrease of which enzyme?

A. Urease

B. Ornithine transcarbmylase

C. Glucocorticoids

D. Carbonic acid


What is the normal urea nitrogen content in adult human blood?

A. 10-30 mg/dL

B. 6-20 mg/dL

C. 1-2 mg/dL

D. 2-25 mg/dL




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