Breast MCQs : Questions for MCh/DrNB Exam Preparation (Part 2)

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Breast Surgery MCQs with Answers

Breast MCQs : Questions for MCh/DrNB Exam Preparation (Part 2)

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Which one predisposes to breast cancer? (AIIMS 92)

2 / 20

BRCA-1 gene is associated with: (DPG 2008)

3 / 20

All of the following are predisposing factors for breast carcinoma except: (DNB 2008, MCI Sept


4 / 20

Breast gene is located on which chromosome? (MHCET 2016)

5 / 20

Doesn’t lead to carcinoma breast: (DPG 2006)

Ans. c. Fibrocystic change (Ref: Robbins 7/e p1127)

6 / 20

All the following are risk factors for development of carcinoma breast except: (APPG 2016)

7 / 20

Type of fibroadenosis most likely to undergo malignant change is: (AIIMS June 93)

8 / 20

False about lobular carcinoma breast is: (DNB 2008)

9 / 20

Following condition has no increased risk of invasive breast carcinoma except: (MHCET 2016)

10 / 20

Moderately increased risk for invasive breast carcinoma is associated with which of the following?

11 / 20

__% of malignancy in duct ectasia is: (Recent Question 2015)

12 / 20

Which of the following is a predisposing factor for carcinoma of breast? (MHSSMCET 2005)

13 / 20

BRCA-1 positive woman have ______% increased risk of breast carcinoma: (JIPMER 2011)

14 / 20

Which of the following cancer is least associated with genetic and familial cause? (DNB 2008)

15 / 20

All are risk factors for carcinoma breast except: (Recent Questions 2013)

16 / 20

Gail model of risk assessment is used for: (Recent Questions 2013)

17 / 20

True regarding breast carcinoma is: (MCI March 2008)

18 / 20

Statistically important risk factors identified for breast cancer: (PGI 2002)

19 / 20

Least risk of CA breast is seen in: (AIIMS Nov 2006

Ans. d. Ataxia telangiectasia (Ref: Schwartz 10/e p514-515, 9/e p438; Sabiston 19/e p835-836; Bailey 26/e p817, 25/e p846)

20 / 20

In which of the following types of carcinoma breast, comedo growth pattern is seen? 

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