Tuesday, 19th June 2018
19 June 2018

PG NEET Dermatology MCQs 9

PG NEET Dermatology MCQs 9

  1. In pemphigus foliaceous acantholysis is seen in

1. Stratum corneum

2. stratum granulosum
3. stratum basale
4. spinous layer

Ans (2)

2. Pruritis is a feature of

  1. pemphigus foliaceous
  2. pemphigus vulgaris
  3. bullous pemphigoid
  4. All the answers are right

Ans (2)

3. Characteristic feature of pemphigus bulgaris

  1. acantholysis
  2. sub epidermal bullae
  3. bullae on an erythematous base
  4. negative Nikolsky’s sign

Ans (1)

4. Treatment of dermatitis herpetiformis

  1. gluten free diet
  2. dapsone
  3. sulfonamide
  4. All the answers are right

Ans (4)

5. Granular deposits of IgA at dermo-epidermal junction is

  1. pemphigus vulgaris
  2. bullous pemphigoid
  3. dermatitis herpetiformis
  4. pemphigus vulgaris

Ans (3)

6. Acantholysis is seen in all except

  1. pemphigus vulgaris
  2. darier’s disease
  3. SSSS
  4. bullous pemphigoid

Ans (4)

7. Mutation in which collagen is present in epidermolysis bullosa

  1. II
  2. IV
  3. V
  4. VII

Ans (4)

8. Antigen defect in pemphigus vulgaris is

  1. desmoglein 1
  2. desmoglein 3
  3. desmocollin 3
  4. desmocollin 2

Ans (2)

9. IgA deposition in dermo-epidermal junction of skin is seen in

  1. dermatitis herpetiformis
  2. bullous pemphigoid
  3. linear IgA disease
  4. epidermolysis bullosa

Ans (3)

10. Pompholyx   affects

  1. palms and soles
  2. groin
  3. scalp
  4. trunk

Ans (1)

11. Urticaria pigmentosa is seen in

  1. hyperthyroidism
  2. hyperparathyroidism
  3. still’s disease
  4. mastocytosis

Ans (4)

12. Darier’s sign is seen in

  1. mastocytosis
  2. dermatitis herpetiformis
  3. pemphigus vulgaris
  4. dermatomyositis

Ans (1)

13. Urticaria pigmentosa is a disorder of

  1. mast cell
  2. neutrophil
  3. eosinophil
  4. keratinocytes

Ans (3)

14. A young boy presents with dark patches with itching. On rubbing there is the appearance of wheal. Diagnosis is

  1. Addison’s disease
  2. Urticaria pigmentosa
  3. chronic idiopathic urticaria
  4. erythema multiforme

Ans (2)

15. Recurrent genital ulcer followed by hyper pigmentation

  1. Behcet syndrome
  2. candidal balanoposthitis
  3. herpes genitalis
  4. primary syphilis

Ans (3)

16. A sexually active female presents with purulent vaginal discharge. The most sensitive test to identify the organism is

  1. gram stain
  2. bacterial culture is a special media
  3. NAAT
  4. immunoassay

Ans (2)

17. Chancre is seen in

  1. donovanosis
  2. genital herpes
  3. LGV
  4. syphilis

Ans (4)

18. Groove sign is seen in

  1. syphilis
  2. Lymphogranuloma venerum
  3. chancroid
  4. donovanosis

Ans (2)

19. Pseudobubo is seen in

  1. syphilis
  2. Lymphogranuloma venerum
  3. chancroid
  4. donovanosis

Ans (4)

20. An ulcer is seen on the penis which bleeds on touch. The base contains granulation tissue. Diagnosis

  1. syphilis
  2. Lymphogranuloma venerum
  3. chancroid
  4. donovanosis

Ans (4)

21. Inguinal lymph nodes are not enlarged in

  1. LGV
  2. syphilis
  3. donovanosis
  4. herpes simplex

Ans (3)

22. Chancroid is caused by

  1. Haemophilus ducreyi
  2. Treponema pallidum
  3. Calmmatobacterium granulomatis
  4. Ureaplasma urealyticum

Ans (1)

23. A patient presented with painless indurated ulcer over glans for last 5 days. The most probable diagnosis will be

  1. primary syphilis
  2. chancroid
  3. LGV
  4. carcinoma penis

Ans (1)

24. All are true regarding herpes genitalis except

  1. multiple lesion
  2. firm induration
  3. painful lesion
  4. bilateral tender lymph nodes

Ans (2)

25. Keratoderma blennorrhagia is a feature of

  1. chancroid
  2. AIDS
  3. Reiter’s disease
  4. secondary syphilis

Ans (3)

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