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61. A patient with difficulty in swallowing could most likely suffer from
(a) Carcinoma lungs
(b) Carcinoma Stomach
(c) Carcinoma oesophagus
(d) Bronchogenic carcinoma
62. The secondaries are most commonly the presenting features in
(a) carcinoma breast
(b) carcinoma cervix
(c) carcinoma prostate
(d) carcinoma rectum
63. Carcinoma stomach is present with
(a) dyspepsia of recent onset
(b) tarry stools
(c) haemetamesis
(d) anyone or all of the above
64. A cancer is suggested when
(a) there is a change in size of long standing swelling
(b) there is a non-healing ulcer despite treatment
(c) both of the above
(d) neither of the above
65. Carcinoma breast, uterus and cervix are commonest during
(a) adolescence
(b) pregnancy
(c) perimenopausal age
(d) old age
66. A patient with cough with expectoration of long duration should be investigated for
(a) pulmonary tuberculosis
(b) malignancy
(c) neither of a & b
(d) both a & b
67. Expiratory dyspnoea occurs in
(a) bronchial asthma
(b) chronic bronchitis
(c) both a & b
(d) neither a nor b
68. Dyspnoea without wheeze occurs in
(a) Emphysema
(b) pulmonary infarction
(c) both a & b
(d) neither a nor b
69. Clubbing is an associated feature of
(a) Bronchiectasis
(b) Apical pulmonary tuberculosis
(c) Acute coryza
(d) Fungal infections of the lung
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