General Surgery and Urology – Kidney and Ureter MCQs (Part 2)

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General Surgery and Urology – Kidney and Ureter MCQs (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of the Kidney and Ureter MCQs Quiz with Answers. The quiz has 12 questions. Click the start button to start the quiz. Upon answering each question, the explanation will be displayed for quick learning and revision. At the end of the quiz your final score will be displayed.

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1. Commonest presentation of bilateral ureteric stones:

(AIIMS 91)

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2. Treatment of choice of ureteric colic is: (GB Pant 2010)

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3. Triad of renal colic, swelling in loin which disappears after passing urine is called: (All India 96)

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4. A patient with alkaline urine which is cloudy with plenty of pus cells is suffering from infection with: (Kerala 89)

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5. Which of the following stones is hard to break by ESWL?

(All India 2010)

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6. Referred pain from ureteric colic is felt in the groin due to involvement of the following nerve: (All India 2003)

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7. Ureteric colic due to stone is caused by: (UPPG 2010, All India 2008)

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8. A petient present with pain and tenderness in the left iliac fossa. USG shows a 3 cm stone in the renal pelvis without any hydro-nephrosis. Most appropriate management:

(AIIMS May 2012)

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9. A child presents with complaints of abdominal colic and hematuria USG showed a renal stone 2.5 cm in diameter in renal pelvis the next step in management of this case: (AIIMS Nov 2000)

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10. Most severe pain in ureteric stone is seen in cases of: (UPPG 99)

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11. Ureteric colic characterized by all except: (UPPG 2007)

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12. All are radioopaque except one: (AIIMS June 2000)

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