Test 158  (Pathology )
1. Sebaceous cell carcinoma:
a. is associated with excessive sunlight exposure

b. is commoner in the upper than lower lid

c. is associated with radiation

d. is commoner in female than male

e. most often arises from meibomian glands

2. The following conditions arise from sweat glands:

a. syringoma

b. clear cell hidradenoma

c. trichoepithelioma

d. trichofolliculoma

e. trichilemmoma

3. In diabetic retinopathy, the following changes are seen:
a. accumulation of lipofuscin in retinal pigment epithelium

b. thinning of the capillary basement membrane

c. decreased number of pericytes

d. microaneurysms in areas of ischemia

e. macroaneurysms


4. In angioid streaks, breaks occur in:
a. Bruch's membrane

b. retinal pigment epithelium

c. retina

d. choroid

e. sclera


5. In keratoconus:
a. there is thinning of the peripheral cornea

b. multiple breaks are seen in the Bowman's membrane

c. hydrops results from a break in the Descemet's 

d. there is iron deposition within the anterior stroma

e. type II collagen is commonly found in the scar tissue

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