General Surgery – Renal & Ureteric Calculi MCQs (Part 1)

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General Surgery – Renal & Ureteric Calculi MCQs (Part 1)

This is Part 1 of the Renal & Ureteric Calculi MCQs Quiz with Answers. The quiz has 15 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. Following is true about PCNL except: (MHSSMCET 2009)


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2. Sheela, a middle aged diabetic female presented with flank pain and fever. On U/S the kidney was irregular and showed fat density lesion with calculi. The diagnosis is most probably: (AIIMS Nov 2001)

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3. Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis is often associated with infection by: (DNB 2010 COMEDK 2009)

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4. Following is true of pyonephrosis except: (AIIMS 92)

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5. A boy is suffering from acute pyelonephritis. Most specific urinary finding will be: (AIIMS May 2012)

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6. Subcapsular nephrectomy is indicated is: (PGI 93)

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7. Laser used in treatment of prostatic and ureter diseases: (MHSSMCET 2010)

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8. Which of the following is not true regarding ureteric calculus? (MHPGMCET 2008)

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9. Which of the following are radiolucent renal stones?

(MHPGMCET 2002) (JIPMER 2012)

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10. Most common predisposing factor for chronic pyelonephritis is: (DNB 2004, 2000)

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11. Commonest cause of ureteric obstruction:


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12. Most common route of infection in kidney tuberculosis: (Recent Question 2015, All India 93)

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13. A patient is passing stones recurrently in urine for past few years. All are to be restricted in diet except: (AIIMS Nov 2010)

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14. LASER used in treatment of ureteric calculi: (MHSSMCET 2008, 2006, All India 2003)

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15. Most common cause of emphysematous pyelonephritis: (GB Pant 2011, COMEDK 2008)


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