Bladder Cancer

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Q) What is the most suitable treatment option for non muscle-invasive bladder cancer with the risk of recurrences? A)Cystectomy B)Intravesical chemotherapy C)Transurethral resection and adjuvant intravesical chemotherapy D)Palliative therapy Uro Onco MCQS

VON Hipple

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Q)Von Hippel Lindau (VHL) causes all except 1. breast cancer 2. pancreas cancer 3. renal 4. hemangioma of cerebellum  

Renal cell carcinoma

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Q) False about Renal cell carcinoma is a) More common in males b) Associated with von hippel lindau syndrome c) Always require radical nephrectomy d) Has paraneoplastic manifestaions Answer c Renal cell carcinoma is more common in males Genetic loss of heterozygosity in chromosome 3p B/l RCC is associated with VHL syndrome Paraneoplastic of RCC Anemia, hypettension, erythrocytosis. Radical nephrectomy is the gold standard but not always necessary and partial nephrectomies in selected cases give good clearance

Neuroblastoma

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Q Not a true statement about Neuroblastoma  A. Arises from adrenal cortex B. Can cause paraplegia C. May cause Hypertension D. Secretes hormones Answer see below if you are a premium member and logged in

Sipuleucel-T

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Q ) Sipuleucel-T is a vaccine for A. RCC B. Testicular carcinoma C. Prostate carcinoma D. Bladder carcinoma Answer visible to premium members who are logged in

UTI Sample

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Q) Best specimen for culture in UTI A. Midstream urine at anytime B. Midstream urine at early morning C. First voided sample D. Any urine sample Answer  a In males- midstream urine sample   

Ketoconazole in prostate cancer

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Q) Ketoconazole action in prostate carcinoma is A. Pituitary inhibition B. Adrenal ablation C. Inhibits DHT formation D. Androgen antagonist Answer will be visible here only if you are a premium member and logged in 

Stone in alkaline urine

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Q) Stone formed in alkaline urine is A. Calcium oxalate B. Calcium phosphate C. Cysteine D. Uric acid Answer

Pyelonephritis in child

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Q) A  child who recovered from a bout of Pyelonephritis, most useful investigation is A. DTPA B. DMSA C. MCU D. IVP Answer

Semen analysis

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Q )  Fructose absence in semen analysis suggests A. B/L vas deferens obstruction B. Ejaculatory duct obstruction C. Testicular failure D. Prostatic urethral obstruction Answer

Staging Renal Cell Carcinoma

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Q  Renal cell carcinoma T3 is A. Tumor invades beyond Gerota fascia B. Contiguous extension into the ipsilateral adrenal gland C. For premium  D.  Answer