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Acute Leukemia – Multiple Choice Questions

Acute Leukemia - Multiple Choice Questions

Q.) According to WHO, the minimum percentage of myeloid blasts in bone marrow necessary for the diagnosis of AML is

Q.) The cytochemical stain which shows block positivity in lymphoblast is

Q.) The morphological type of leukemia which may show Auer rods is

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Q.) Risk factors that predispose to leukemia include all EXCEPT

Q.) The Cytochemical stain which distinguishes Myeloblast from Lymphoblast is

Q.) The monoclonal antibodies which show positivity in AML is

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Q.) In ALL, the prognosis is unfavorable

Q.) Following biochemical feature is NOT seen in tumor lysis syndrome

Q.) Auer rods represent

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Q.) Myelodysplastic syndrome has following characteristics EXCEPT

Q.) The following disorder shows pawn ball megakaryocytes

Q.) The monoclonal antibodies which show positivity in B-lineage ALL is

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Q.) Confirmation of myelofibrosis is usually done by

Q.) The cells associated with formation of chloroma are

Q.) Auer rods are found in the cytoplasm of

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Q.) Both pre-B and pre-T lymphoblasts are positive for

Q.) The following statement is TRUE in acute lymphoblastic leukemia

Q.) The syndrome which has an increased predisposition for leukemia is

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Q.) The following is NOT a common presenting feature observed in AML

Q.) The following is NOT a feature of blast cells observed in leukemias

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