Breast MCQs : Questions for MCh/DrNB Exam Preparation (Part 1)

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Breast MCQs : Questions for MCh/DrNB Exam Preparation

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1. BIRADS score 5 is:


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2. Most sensitive imaging for ductal carcinoma in situ of breast is:

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3. A 55-years old post menopausal woman, on hormone replacement therapy (HRT), presents with heaviness in both breasts. A screening mammogram reveals a high density speculated mass with cluster of pleomorphic microcalcification and ipsilateral large axillary lymph nodes. The mass described here most likely represents:

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4. Triple assessment for CA Breast includes:

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5. Investigation of choice for High risk breast cancer in female is:

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6. A 25-years old female complains of discharge of blood from a single duct in her breast. The most

appropriate treatment is:

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7. A 45-years old woman presents with a hard and mobile lump in the breast. Next investigation is:

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8. BIRADS stands for:

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9. Best diagnostic method for breast lump is:

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10. A female patient present with a hard mobile lump in her right breast. Which investigation would be most helpful in making the diagnosis?

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11. Green discharge is most commonly seen with:

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12. With reference to mammography, which one of the following statements is correct?


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13. What is the age of routine screening mammography?

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14. Popcorn calcification in mammography is seen in:

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15. A 60-year-old lady comes with blood stained discharge from the nipple with a family history of breast cancer. Next best step for her will be:

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16. Blood stained nipple discharge is seen in: (DNB 2013, DNB 2011, Orissa 2011, PGI June 2009,

UPPG 2010, AIIMS Nov 2003, All India 2005)

(Ref: Schwartz 10/e p554, 9/e p467; Sabiston 19/e p828; Bailey 26/e p802, 25/e p831)

MC cause of greenish discharge: Duct ectasiaQ

MC cause of blood-stained discharge: Duct papillomaQ


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17. Gold standard investigation for screening of breast carcinoma in patients with breast implant:


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18. On mammogram all of the following are the features of a malignant tumor except:


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19. A 25-years old lady presents with spontaneous nipple discharge of 3-months duration.

On examination the discharge is bloody and from a single duct. The following statements

about management of this patient are true except:

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20. All are indicators of malignancy in a mammography except:

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