Urology Practise MCQ Questions

Urology NEET MCQs 

                                 Practice questions likely from MCH exams


Q1. Which of the following is not a therapeutic option in management of Priapism

a) Needle aspiration of blood from penis

b) Exchange transfusion

c) Side to side anastomosis of corpora cavernosum and corpus spongiosum

d) Instillation of papaverine in corpora cavernosa


A1 ) d

First step in management of priapism is simple aspiration of blood from the corpus cavernosum

Next is   irrigation of the corpus with a dilute solution of epinephrine or norepinephrine may work.

 Papaverine should not be injected  it is used to treat impotence. 

Shunts between glans (corpus spongiosum) and the corpus cavernosa created with biopsy needles or scalpel blades  may provide a path of egress for blood trapped in the penis. 

Last option is  formal spongiosum-to-cavernosum shunts may be created. 

When priapism is secondary to sickle cell anemia, exchange transfusions might help
Treatment initiated after 24–36 hours rarely restores normal erectile function


Q2 ) Radio opaque stone out of the following is 

a) Uric acid

b) Oxalate

c) Phosphate 

d) Cysteine

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Q3) Most common lymph node involved in carcinoma prostate is
a. Obturator
b. Iliac
c. Periprostatic
d. Perivesical

3) a ✅

Lymphatic spread may occur (1) via lymphatic vessels passing to the obturator fossa or along the sides of the rectum to the lymph nodes beside the internal iliac vein and in the hollow
of the sacrum

Also lymphatics that pass over the seminal vesicles and follow the vas deferens for a short distance to
drain into the external iliac lymph nodes.

From retroperitoneal lymph nodes, the mediastinal nodes and occasionally the supraclavicular nodes may become implicated.

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