Q.1: All lipid changes given below occur in uremia due to chronic renal failure, except:
Options:
A) Cholesterol elevation
B) Triglycerides elevation
C) Decreased HDL levels
D) Increased Lp (a) levels
Q.2: Overflow proteinuria in urine is seen in:
Options:
A) Nephrotic syndrome
B) Diabetic nephropathy
C) Multiple myeloma
D) Acute glomerulonephritis
Q.3: In Fanconi’s syndrome, the defect is at:
Options:
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:
Options:
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
Options:
A) Renal amyloidosis
B) Nephrotic syndrome
C) Renal artery stenosis
D) Chronic renal failure
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