Body Fluids and Circulation MCQ Multiple Choice Questions with Answers

1. What is a normal albumin globulin ratio in blood?
a. 2:1
b. 1:2
c. 1:4
d. 1:5
Answer: d. 1:5

2. Eosinophilia is caused by which of the following?
a. Teniasis
b. Ascariasis
c. Hay fever
d. All of these
Answer: d. All of these

3. Where are blood group antigens found?
a. Found in HB molecule
b. Found in plasma protein
c. Found on RBC
d. None of these
Answer: c. Found on RBC

4. What is the lifespan of platelets?
a. 7-10 days
b. 9-12 days
c. 20-30 days
d. 24 hours
Answer: a. 7-10 days

5. Haematocrit is the ratio of…?
a. WBC to plasma
b. Platelets to plasma
c. Blood cells to plasma
d. RBCs to plasma
Answer: d. RBCs to plasma

6. Maximum concentration of Hemoglobin (often abbreviated as Hb) normally found in RBC is?
a. 3%
b. 10%
c. 36%
d. 46%
Answer: c. 36%

7. Mature human red blood cells (RBCs) contain…?
a. Enzyme of TCA cycle
b. Glycolytic enzyme
c. Enzyme of kreb cycle
d. All of these
Answer: b. Glycolytic enzyme

8. Blood colloidal osmotic pressure is mainly maintained by which plasma protein?
a. Globulin
b. Albumin
c. Fibrinogen
d. Prothrombin
Answer: b. Albumin

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9. Mammalian red blood cells (RBCs) are…?
a. Biconcave, circular, non-nucleated
b. Biconcave, Nucleated
c. Oval, nucleated
d. None of these
Answer: a. Biconcave, circular, non-nucleated

10. What is the primary function of globulin protein of blood plasma?
a. Oxygen transport in the blood
b. Clotting of blood
c. Defence mechanism of body
d. Osmotic balance of body fluids
Answer: c. Defence mechanism of body

11. Which WBCs resist infection and are also associated with allergic reactions?
a. Lymphocytes
b. Neutrophills
c. Eosinophils
d. Monocytes
Answer: c. Eosinophils

12. Which leukocytes have a bean-shaped nucleus and clear cytoplasm?
a. Basophils
b. Monocytes
c. Neutrophil
d. Lymphocytes
Answer: b. Monocytes

13. Which of the following cell is the smallest cell?
a. RBC
b. WBC
c. Mycoplasma
d. Amoeba
Answer: c. Mycoplasma

14. Which of the following device is used to count the red blood cells?
a. Haemocytometer
b. Haemoglobinometer
c. Electro cardiogram
d. Sphigmomenometer
Answer: a. Haemocytometer

15. How does lymph differ from blood in possessing?
a. Only WBC
b. More RBC & WBC
c. More WBC & few RBC
d. Only RBC
Answer: a. Only WBC

16. What is the normal range of diastolic pressure for adults?
a. 80 mmHg
b. 180 mmHg
c. 60 mmHg
d. 110 mmHg
Answer: a. 80 mmHg

17. In which disorders blood have defective hemoglobin?
a. Heterochromia
b. Sickle Cell Anemia
c. Alopecia
d. Hemolysis
Answer: b. Sickle Cell Anemia

18. In which of the following pairs, the two items mean the same thing?
a. Blood cancer-Haemophilia
a. Malleus-Anvil
b. SA node-Pacemaker
c. Leucocytes-Lymphocytes
Answer: b. SA node-Pacemaker

19. What is the difference between systolic and diastolic pressure in humans?
a. 20 mm Hg
b. 80 mmHg
c. 40 mm Hg
d. 120 mmHg
Answer: c. 40 mm Hg

20. What is the classification of individual blood if an Rh factor is found on the surface of the blood cells?
a. Rh-Neutral
b. ANA-Positive
c. Rh-Negative
d. Rh-Positive
Answer: d. Rh-Positive

21. What do you call a disease in which a sticky substance called plaque builds up inside your arteries?
a. Arthralgia
b. Arthrocentesis
c. Arthritis
d. Atherosclerosis
Answer: d. Atherosclerosis

22. Which of the following prenatal test is used to sample the fluid that surrounds the fetus?
a. Amniocentesis
b. Cordocentesis
c. Paracentesis
d. Atherosclerosis
Answer: a. Amniocentesis

23. Which of the following carries the deoxygenated blood from the right side of the heart to the lungs?
a. Pulmonary arteries
b. Pulmonary Veins
c. Aorta
d. Capillaries
Answer: a. Pulmonary arteries

24. Snake venom cannot directly enter the bloodstream; Instead, it travels through the…?
a. Pulmonary arteries
b. Veins
c. Lymphatic system
d. Nervous system
Answer: c. Lymphatic system

25. A blood clot that forms inside one of your veins or arteries is known as…?
a. Embolus
b. Agglutinin
c. Thrombus
d. Clot
Answer: c. Thrombus

26. What is a fluid called that drains from the lacteals of the small intestine into the lymphatic system during digestion it contains fat and proteins?
a. Chyle
b. Chyme
c. Bile
d. Villi
Answer: a. Chyle

27. Which of the following is a small branch of an artery that carries blood and oxygen into the smallest blood vessels, the capillaries?
a. Arteriole
b. Capillaria
c. Areolas
d. Vein
Answer: a. Arteriole

28. What type of oxygen-carrying protein do some invertebrates and mollusks use?
a. Hemerythrin
b. Hemovanadin
c. Haemoglobin
d. Hemocyanin
Answer: d. Hemocyanin

29. A condition in which blood clots form within the blood vessels and can obstruct blood flow is known as…?
a. Thrombin
b. Hematoma
c. Strombus
d. Thrombosis
Answer: d. Thrombosis

30. Which of the following vessels delivers lymph into the junction of the internal jugular vein and the innominate vein?
a. Azygos vein
b. Lymphatic duct
c. Thoracic duct
d. Cisterna chyli
Answer: c. Thoracic duct

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