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10 MCQs on Physiology (Part-III)

In this article we will solve 10 MCQs on Physiology (Part-III)

In this article, we will solve 10 MCQs on Physiology (Part-III). So, let’s get started.

Question and Answers (Correct answer in bold)

Q1. The Bohr’s effect causes:
A. Increase of the hemoglobin level
B. Loading of CO, and unloading of O, in blood
C. Loading of O, and unloading of CO in blood
D. Loading of CO, and unloading of O, in blood

Q2. Physiological neonatal jaundice is caused due to:
A. Hypoxia
B. Splenomegaly
C. Hepatic immaturity
D. Anemia

Q3. Which of the following blood groups is called universal donor:
A. Blood group A
B. Blood group B
C. Blood group O
D. Blood group AB

Q4. Raised serum acid phosphates suggest:
A. Carcinoma prostate
B. Liver disease
C. Paget’s disease
D. All of these

Q5. In normal healthy Indian adult male, daily urinary calcium excretion is:
A. 50 mg
B. 100 mg
C. 150 mg
D. 200 mg

Q6. Hyperbaric oxygen is indicated in:
A. Aerobic infections
B. Anaerobic infections
C. Viral infections
D. Fungal infections

Q7. The life span of a red blood cell is:
A. 12 weeks
B. 12 days
C. 60 days
D. 120 days

Q8. Cryptorchidism is a condition in which:
A. Thyroid gland is enlarged
B. Parathyroid hormone function is increased
C. Incomplete descend of testes in newborn
D. Benign tumor of prostate gland

Q9. The level of concentration of following hormone reaches peak levels at 10 weeks of pregnancy and used for the confirmation of pregnancy:
A. HCG
B. BCG
C. TSH
D. LMP

Q10. The volume of urine excreted by a healthy adult is:
A. 1500-2000 mL/day
B. 500 – 550 mL/day
C. 1.5-2 gallons/day
D. 4000 – 4500 mL/day

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