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The Male Reproductive System and Prostat MCQs

1. In an undescended testis the risk of developing a testicular malignancy is increased to average of:

  1. A. 20 folD
  2. B. 25 fold
  3. C. 30 fold
  4. D. 35 fold

2. In an undescended testis, the following tumour develops most often:

  1. A. Seminoma
  2. B. Teratoma
  3. C. Choriocarcinoma
  4. D. Yolk sac tumour

3. Granulomatous orchitis is the term used for inflammation of testis due to following etiology:

  1. A. Tuberculosis
  2. B. Sarcoidosis
  3. C. Autoimmune
  4. D. Leprosy

4. The origin of epithelioid cells in autoimmune orchitis is from:

  1. A. Macrophages
  2. B. Sertoli cells
  3. C. Leydig cells
  4. D. Spermatogenic cells

5. Seminoma is a:

  1. A. Benign tumour
  2. B. Borderline tumour
  3. C. Malignant tumour
  4. D. Locally aggressive tumour

6. Sequential tumorigenesis in seminomatous tumours involves:

  1. A. Single hit
  2. B. Double hit
  3. C. Triple hit
  4. D. Multiple hits

7. Spermatocytic seminoma differs from classic seminoma in the following respects except:
A. It occurs in older age (past 6th decade)
B. Tumour cells are pleomorphic
C. The stroma lacks lymphocytic infiltrate
D. The tumour has worse prognosis

8. AFP levels are elevated in 100% cases of following type of germ cell tumour:
A. Seminoma
B. Embryonal carcinoma
C. Yolk sac tumour
D. Choriocarcinoma

9. All types of testicular teratomas in adults are:

  1. A. Benign tumours
  2. B. Borderline tumours
  3. C. Locally aggressive tumours
  4. D. Malignant tumours

10. The most common testicular tumour in the elderly is:

  1. A. Seminoma
  2. B. Teratoma
  3. C. Malignant lymphoma
  4. D. Leydig cell tumour

11. The following penile lesions are considered as in situ carcinoma
except:

  1. A. Condyloma acuminatum
  2. B. Bowen’s disease
  3. C. Erythroplasia of Queyrat
  4. D. Bowenoid papulosis

12. Prostatic hyperplasia affects most often:
A. Peripheral prostate
B. Periurethral prostate
C. Capsule of prostate
D. Entire prostate

13. Normally prostatic tissue responds to hormones as under:
A. Periurethral prostate responds to oestrogen as well as androgen
B. Outer prostate responds to androgen as well as oestrogen
C. Periurethral prostate responds to rising level of oestrogen
D. Outer prostate responds to rising level of oestrogen

14. Prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP) levels given below are diagnostic of prostatic carcinoma:

  1. A. 1-2 KA units
  2. B. 2-3 KA units
  3. C. 3-5 KA units
  4. D. 5-7 KA units

15. Metastasis to the following tissues occur early in prostatic carcinoma:

  1. A. Vertebrae
  2. B. Obturator lymph node
  3. C. Lungs
  4. D. Brain

16. Areas of intratubular germ cell neoplasia (ITGCN) are frequently found in seminiferous tubules adjacent to the following tumours except:

  1. A. Seminoma
  2. B. Spermatocytic seminoma
  3. C. Embryonal carcinoma
  4. D. Immature teratoma

17. Which of the following testicular tumour is most radiosensitive?

  1. A. Seminoma
  2. B. Embryonal carcinoma
  3. C. Yolk sac tumour
  4. D. Immature teratoma

18. Classic perivascular structures seen in yolk sac tumours are known as:

  1. A. Schiller -Duval bodies
  2. B. Call–Exner bodies
  3. C. Michaelis-Guttmann bodies
  4. D. Russel bodies

19. Latent prostatic carcinoma is:
A. Incidental carcinoma prostate found in prostatectomies done for BEH
B. Small focus of prostate carcinoma found during autopsy
C. Asymptomatic carcinoma of prostate presenting with metastasis on investigation
D. Prostatic carcinoma in-situ

20. Granulomatous prostatitis occurs due to:

  1. A. Tuberculosis
  2. B. Sarcoidosis
  3. C. Autoimmune
  4. D. Syphilis

Answers Key
1) = D, 2) = A, 3) = C, 4) = B, 5) = C, 6) = C, 7) = D, 8) = C, 9) = D, 10) = C, 11) = A, 12) = B, 13) = A, 14) = D, 15) = B, 16) = B, 17) = A, 18) = A, 19) = B, 20) = C

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