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Medical Science Test MCQs

Medical Science Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from 26 to 30.

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26. _____ is the presence of a high platelet count in the blood.
(A) Thrombocytopenia
(B) Anemia
(C) Thrombocythemia
(D) None of these
27. ______ is the formation of a blood clot inside a blood vessel, obstructing the flow of blood through the circulatory system.
(A) Embolism
(B) Thrombosis
(C) Necrosis
(D) None of these
28. Thrombocytopenia is a condition of abnormally low levels of _____ in the blood.
(A) Red blood cells
(B) White blood cells
(C) Platelets
(D) Oxygen
29. ______ is a condition in which there is insufficient blood flow to the brain to meet metabolic demand.
(A) Brain ischemia
(B) Autism
(C) Cerebral hypoxia
(D) None of these
30. When the brain is completely deprived of oxygen. It is called:
(A) Cerebral Ischemia
(B) Cerebral hypoxia
(C) Cerebral infraction
(D) Apoptosis
ANSWERS: MEDICAL SCIENCE TEST MCQS
26. (C) Thrombocythemia
27. (B) Thrombosis
28. (C) Platelets
29. (A) Brain ischemia
30.(B) Cerebral hypoxia

MBBS MCQs

Medical Science Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from 21 to 25.

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21. A condition of increased blood pressure within the arteries of the lungs:
(A) Pulmonary embolism (PE)
(B) Pulmonary hypertension (PH)
(C) Pulmonary edema
(D) None of these
22. _____ is fluid accumulation in the tissue and air spaces of the lungs:
(A) Pulmonary embolism (PE)
(B) Pulmonary hypertension (PH)
(C) Pulmonary edema
(D) None of these
23. Hypoxemia is an abnormally low level of _____ in the blood.
(A) Oxygen
(B) Red blood cells
(C) White blood cells
(D) Platelets
24. ______ is a decrease in the total amount of red blood cells or haemoglobin in the blood.
(A) Thrombocytopenia
(B) Anemia
(C) Thrombocythemia
(D) None of these
25. Another name of Platelets is:
(A) Thrombocytes
(B) Bone marrow
(C) Megakaryocyte
(D) None of these
ANSWERS: MBBS MCQS
21. (B) Pulmonary hypertension (PH)
22. (C) Pulmonary edema
23. (A) Oxygen
24. (B) Anemia
25. (A) Thrombocytes

Medical MCQs

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16. _____ is a peripherally acting muscle relaxant.
(A) Succinylcholine
(B) Methocarbamol
(C) Parafonforte
(D) None of these
17. What are the symptoms of a pulmonary embolism (PE)?
(A) Shortness of breathe
(B) Chest pain
(C) Fits
(D) Both A & B
18. Pulmonary embolism (PE) is a blockage of an artery in the:
(A) Heart
(B) Lungs
(C) Liver
(D) None of the
19. Pulmonary embolism (PE) can be treated by:
(A) Anticoagulants
(B) Thrombolysis
(C) Chemotherapy
(D) Both A & B
20. HIV stands for:
(A) Human Immunodeficiency Virus
(B) Human Infectious Virus
(C) High Infectious virus
(D) None of these
ANSWERS: MEDICAL MCQS
16. (A) Succinylcholine
17. (D) Both A & B
18. (B) Lungs
19. (D) Both A & B
20. (A) Human Immunodeficiency Virus

MBBS Related MCQs

Medical Science Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from 11 to 15.

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11. Leprosy is the other name of:
(A) Lichen planus
(B) Hansen’s disease
(C) Diabetes
(D) Phthisis
12. Diuretics cause loss of:
(A) Iron
(B) Vitamin B
(C) Sodium
(D) Potassium
13. Heroin, an addict drug contains:
(A) Pentazocine
(B) ASA
(C) Acetyl morphine
(D) Darvon
14. Quinidine medicine is used to treat:
(A) Atrial fibrillation
(B) Hypertension
(C) Angina
(D) All of these
15. Which of the following drugs are not useful in hypertension?
(A) Beta blockers
(B) Pentoxifyline
(C) Methyldopa
(D) None of these
ANSWERS: MBBS RELATED MCQS
11. (B) Hansen’s disease
12. (D) Potassium
13. (C) Acetyl morphine
14. (A) Atrial fibrillation
15. (B) Pentoxifyline

NTS Medical MCQs

Medical Science Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from 6 to 10.

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6. Name of a bacterial disease with oral manifestations is:
(A) Measles
(B) Chicken pox
(C) Beri beri
(D) Diphtheria
7. In which of the following disorders multinucleated giant cells are least likely to be found?
(A) Streptococcus pneumonia
(B) Sarcodosis
(C) Blast mycosis
(D) Autism
8. Painless oral ulcers are associated with:
(A) Primary herpes
(B) Primary syphilis
(C) Secondary herpes
(D) Secondary syphilis
9. Rigidity of facial muscles Rictus grin is associated with:
(A) Leprosy
(B) Tetany
(C) Tetanus
(D) Actinomycosis
10. Noma is the name of complications of the infection:
(A) Vincent angina
(B) Beri beri
(C) Tooth infection
(D) None of these
ANSWERS: NTS MEDICAL MCQS
6. (D) Diphtheria
7. (A) Streptococcus pneumonia
8. (B) Primary syphilis
9. (C) Tetanus
10. (A) Vincent angina

Medical Science MCQs

Medical Science Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).

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1. ______ is the partial or complete wasting away of a part of a body.
(A) Atrophy
(B) Leprosy
(C) Tetanus
(D) Noma
2. Which of the following statements is true about drug Imodium?
(A) Slows the rate at which the stomach and oesophagus move
(B) Encourages water and electrolytes reabsorption
(C) Decrease density of stools
(D) None of these
3. Hypovolaemia can be treated by:
(A) Oral replacement solution
(B) 5% dextrose
(C) Colloid Solution
(D) 0.6% Saline
4. Effects of having Thiamine deficiency are:
(A) Muscle weakness
(B) Central nervous system and Cardiovascular problems
(C) Heart disease and Beri beri disease
(D) All of these
5. When the Cardiac output decreased?
(A) On standing up
(B) On cutting the vagus nerves to the heart
(C) As a consequence of decreased pressure in the carotid sinus
(D) By increasing the end-diastolic volume of the heart
ANSWERS: MEDICAL SCIENCE MCQS
1. (A) Atrophy
2. (B) Encourages water and electrolytes reabsorption
3. (C) Colloid Solution
4. (D) All of these
5. (A) On standing up



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46. Syria is a country troubled by:
(A) International Interference
(B) Civil War
(C) Both (A) & (B)
47. Middle East is a ‘patch work of states’. These words belong to:
(A) Kenneth Waltz
(B) Hans Morgenthau
(C) Henry Kissinger
48. Economic Dominance is considered as:
(A) A tool of Power in IR
(B) An unwanted thing
(C) None of These
49. Bipolar World means:
(A) Having one Superpower
(B) Having Two Superpowers
(C) Having no Superpowers
50. UN can be explained as:
(A) Union of World States
(B) Union of American States
(C) A body of Unnecessary Alliance
ANSWERS: IR QUIZ
46. (C) Both (A) & (B)
47. (C) Henry Kissinger
48. (A) A tool of Power in IR
49. (B) Having Two Superpowers
50. (A) Union of World States



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41. Charlie Wilson is a name attached with:
(A) Afghan Jihad
(B) 9/11
(C) Korean War
42. Korean War was an episode of the:
(A) World War 1
(B) World War 2
(C) Cold War
43. Nixon has served as:
(A) US Secretary of the State
(B) US President
(C) US Diplomat
44. President Kennedy ______ Vietnam War:
(A) Launched
(B) Supported
(C) Opposed
45. 9/11 led to the attack of US against:
(A) USSR in Afghanistan
(B) Taliban Regime in Afghanistan
(C) ISIL
ANSWERS: IR MCQS
41. (A) Afghan Jihad
42. (C) Cold War
43. (B) US President
44. (C) Opposed
45. (B) Taliban Regime in Afghanistan



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36. Which one of the following is not a determinant of foreign policy:
(A) Economic Interests
(B) Strategic Interests
(C) None of These
37. Foreign Policy is rarely guided by ___ in a world led by realism:
(A) Ideology
(B) Interests
(C) Warfare
38. Aid is considered as a tool of _____.
(A) Foreign Policy
(B) Ethical Help
(C) Humanitarian Efforts
39. Afghanistan has long served as a ___ state:
(A) Ideal State
(B) Buffer State
(C) Socialist State
40. USSR was expelled from Afghanistan with the support of:
(A) USA
(B) France
(C) India
ANSWERS: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS MULTIPLE CHOICE QUIZ
36. (C) None of These
37. (A) Ideology
38. (A) Foreign Policy
39. (B) Buffer State
40. (A) USA



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31. Realignment of Alliance is result of:
(A) Changing interests
(B) Political Pressure
(C) Both (A) & (B)
32. Which defines relations among states the most:
(A) Interests
(B) People to People relations
(C) Both (A) & (B)
33. Which is no studied under IR:
(A) War and Peace
(B) Diplomacy
(C) Political Cultures
34. Primary topic of IR is:
(A) States
(B) Individuals
(C) Organizations
35. International Relations is a _____ discipline:
(A) Narrow
(B) Vast
(C) None of These
ANSWERS: MCQS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
31. (C) Both (A) & (B)
32. (A) Interests
33. (C) Political Cultures
34. (A) States
35. (B) Vast



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26. Alliance founded to counter NATO was:
(A) SEATO
(B) Warsaw Pact
(C) CENTO
27. Who was the last President of USSR:
(A) Stalin
(B) Khrushchev
(C) Gorbachev
28. Gorbachev was considered as one of the reason for early collapse of:
(A) USA
(B) USSR
(C) Germany
29. World War 1 resulted in defeat of:
(A) France
(B) USA
(C) Ottoman Empire
30. Modern Turkey is the successor state of:
(A) France
(B) USA
(C) Ottoman Empire
ANSWERS: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS MCQS
26. (B) Warsaw Pact
27. (C) Gorbachev
28. (B) USSR
29. (C) Ottoman Empire
30. (C) Ottoman Empire



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21. Cold War rivals were:
(A) USA and France
(B) USA and UK
(C) USA and USSR
22. Cold War ended with the:
(A) Collapse of USSR
(B) Fall of the Berlin Wall
(C) Both (A) & (B)
23. D├ętente is the term associated with:
(A) Cuban Missile Crisis
(B) Cold War
(C) Bay of Pigs Invasions
24. World became ______ after the end of Cold War:
(A) Unipolar
(B) Bipolar
(C) None of These
25. NATO is a security alliance of:
(A) North America and Europe
(B) USA and Russia
(C) Asia and Europe
ANSWERS: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
21. (C) USA and USSR
22. (C) Both (A) & (B)
23. (B) Cold War
24. (A) Unipolar
25. (A) North America and Europe



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16. Cuban Missile Crisis involves which three countries:
(A) USSR, Germany and Cuba
(B) USSR, France and USA
(C) USSA, Cuba and USA
17. Prime Minister of Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis was:
(A) Raul Castro
(B) Fidel Castro
(C) Ernesto Guevara
18. Bay of Pigs invasion is associated with which two countries:
(A) USA and USSR
(B) USA and Germany
(C) USA and Cuba
19. USSR was founded by:
(A) Vladimir Lenin
(B) Joseph Stalin
(C) Nikita Khrushchev
20. Who was President of USSR when the Cold War began:
(A) Vladimir Lenin
(B) Joseph Stalin
(C) Nikita Khrushchev
ANSWERS: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS QUESTIONS
16. (C) USSA, Cuba and USA
17. (B) Fidel Castro
18. (C) USA and Cuba
19. (A) Vladimir Lenin
20. (B) Joseph Stalin



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11. World War II was won by which alliance:
(A) Allies
(B) Axis
(C) Nazis
12. Who was the Prime Minister of UK during the World War II:
(A) Tony Blair
(B) Winston Churchill
(C) Gordon Brown
13. Who was leader of the USSR during WW II:
(A) Lenin
(B) Stalin
(C) Khrushchev
14. Diplomacy means:
(A) Ways to start international business
(B) Method of international relations
(C) Means of waging war
15. President of the US who helped in founding the League of Nations was:
(A) George Washington
(B) Abraham Lincoln
(C) Woodrow Wilson
ANSWERS: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS QUIZZES
11. (A) Allies
12. (B) Winston Churchill
13. (B) Stalin
14. (B) Method of international relations
15. (C) Woodrow Wilson

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