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Q.1: Accurate preoperative staging of renal cell carcinoma can be done by which of the following?
Options:
A) IVP
B) US
C) CT
D) All of the above
Q.2: Pseudotumour of kidney is?
Options:
A) Dromedary hump
B) Hypertrophy of unscarred renal parenchyma in reflux
C) Prominent septum
D) Hilar hump
Q.3: Which of the following is not true about transitional cell carcinoma?
Options:
A) Usually papilliferus
B) May obstruct whole kidney
C) Calcification seen in only 25 of cases
D) Bilaterality is common
Q.4: A 48-year-old man presents with a painless swelling in the right scrotum. He has a past medical history of bilateral undescended testes and subsequent orchidopexy. On examination, there is a firm right testicular lump but no inguinal lymphadenopathy. On ultrasound, a well-defined, homogeneous hyporeflective mass was found within the right testicle. The right epididymis and contralateral testicle appeared normal. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Options:
A) Leukaemic testicular infiltrate
B) Testicular epidermoid cyst
C) Testicular seminoma
D) Testicular teratoma
Q.5: A 55-year-old HIV-positive man presents with macroscopic haematuria and right-sided renal colic. An IVU does not demonstrate any renal tract calcification, but there is a dense right nephrogram with no excretion of contrast on a delayed film. The urologist performs a retrograde ureteroscopy and retrieves a 9-mm right ureteric calculus, what is the likely composition of the calculus?
Options:
A) Calcium oxalate
B) Cysteine
C) Indinavir phosphate
D) Struvite
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