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Acute Leukemia – Multiple Choice Questions

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Q.) Confirmation of myelofibrosis is usually done by

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

Q.) Auer rods represent

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

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.) The cells associated with formation of chloroma are

Q.) Myelodysplastic syndrome has following characteristics EXCEPT

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

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

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

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

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

Q.) Auer rods are found in the cytoplasm of

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

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Q.) The following disorder shows pawn ball megakaryocytes

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

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

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

Q.) In ALL, the prognosis is unfavorable

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