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Pathology Introduction Cell Injury Quiz


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All of them are adaptation of cell growth except ………

A. Atrophy

B. Hypertrophy

C. Metaplasia

D. Apoptosis


History taking determines the epidemiological data and ……………. Of patient

A. Symptoms

B. Signs

C. Investigation


………….. is tissue removed after death during post Mortem

A. Autopsy

B. Cytology

C. Biopsy


Decrease in size of cells with decrease in size and weight of organ after organ had reached its adult size is………

A. Atrophy

B. Hyperplasia

C. Metaplasia

D. Hypertrophy


…………. is a programmed cell death which is energy dependent.

A. Apoptosis

B. Necrosis

C. Atrophy


Increased size of and weight of organ due to increase in size of its cell is …………

A. Hypertrophy

B. Metaplasia

C. Hyperplasia


Which one is irreversible cellular change ?

A. Necrosis

B. Metaplasia

C. Hypertrophy

D. Hyperplasia


Necrosis causes

A. Loss membrane integrity

B. Inflammation

C. Cell enlargement

D. All are correct


……………. is tissue removed during surgery from living tissue

A. Biopsy

B. Cytology

C. Autopsy


The science which deals with the study of disease and abnormalities in structure and function

A. Pathology

B. Histology

C. Physiology


…………….. is study of cells derived from body fluids.

A. Cytology

B. Autopsy

C. Biopsy


…………… is deficient oxygenation to tissues .

A. Hypoxia

B. Toxic

C. Ischemia


Formation of one mature differentiated cell type to another of the histologic type is …………

A. Metaplasia

B. Hyperplasia

C. Atrophy

D. Hypertrophy


Irreversible injury, resulting in death of groups of cells

A. Necrosis

B. Apoptosis

C. Atrophy

D. Hypertrophy


Which of them is adaptational change of cell growth?

A. Atrophy

B. Necrosis

C. Apoptosis




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