Q.1: All lipid changes given below occur in uremia due to chronic renal failure, except:
A) Cholesterol elevation
B) Triglycerides elevation
C) Decreased HDL levels
D) Increased Lp (a) levels
Q.2: Overflow proteinuria in urine is seen in:
A) Nephrotic syndrome
B) Diabetic nephropathy
C) Multiple myeloma
D) Acute glomerulonephritis
Q.3: In Fanconi’s syndrome, the defect is at:
A) Glomerular dysfunction
B) Proximal tubular defect
C) Defect is at loop of Henle
D) Distal tubular defect
Q.4: Risk factors of contrast nephropathy include all, except:
A) Diabetes taking metformin
B) Myeloma
C) Pre-existing renal disease
D) Obesity
Q.5: Patient has asymmetric kidney and hypertension, which is severe, recent and difficult to control, with evidence of vascular disease in lower limb. What is the likely diagnosis
A) Renal amyloidosis
B) Nephrotic syndrome
C) Renal artery stenosis
D) Chronic renal failure
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