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Nutritional deficiency could cause:
A easy bruising.
B sclerosis.
C eczema.
A easy bruising.
Urinary bilirubin is easily detectable by using which test?
A indirect bilirubin
B simple dipstick test
C direct bilirubin test
B simple dipstick test
Which vitamin is essential for normal red blood cell formation?
A Vitamin B1
B Vitamin B6
C Vitamin B12
C Vitamin B12
Which causes alteration in structure or function of the GI tract by disease?
A Scleroderma
B Bowel resection
C Lymphoma
A Scleroderma
Which test helps sort out causes of vitamin B12 deficiency?
A Schiller test
B Snellen test
C Schilling test
C Schilling test
Bile salts are soluble in which of the following?
A lipid, but not water
B water, but not lipid
C both lipid and water
A lipid, but not water
A stoppage of bile flow is:
A cholestyramine.
B cholecystitis.
C cholestasis.
C. cholestasis.
What is the only FDA-approved test for diagnosis and test of cure of peptic ulcer disease?
A H pylori antibody blood test
B urea breath test
C stool antigen test
C stool antigen test
How long is the serum half-life of prothrombin?
A 1 hour
B 6 hours
C 16 hours
B 6 hours
The first test for malabsorption would be examination of:
A skin.
B stool.
C vomitus.
B stool.
Which statement is true?
A Total bilirubin minus direct bilirubin equals indirect bilirubin.
B Indirect bilirubin minus direct bilirubin equals total bilirubin.
C Direct bilirubin minus total bilirubin equals indirect bilirubin.
A Total bilirubin minus direct bilirubin equals indirect bilirubin.
What must be combined with vitamin B12 before the vitamin can enter the circulation?
A Intrinsic factor
B Rh factor
C Factor V
A Intrinsic factor
Peptic ulcer disease is caused by:
A infection.
B alcohol.
C stress.
A infection.
In a patient with symptoms suggesting liver disease, a marked rise in ALT and AST indicates which disease?
A cirrhosis
B chronic hepatitis
C acute hepatitis
C acute hepatitis
What is the most common symptom of malabsorption?
A vomiting
B diarrhea
C weight loss
B diarrhea