SCTIMST Transfusion Medicine Question Paper 2017 Download Free PDF

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SAMPLE QUESTIONS

Q1. Increased basal body temperature with menstrual cycles is due to

(A) Estrogen
(B) Progesterone
(C) LH
(D) FSH

Q2. Increased tortuosity of endometrial glands is seen in

(A) Secretory phase
(B) Proliferative phase
(C) Menstrual phase
(D) Reparative phase

Q3. The most common symptoms is post-menopausal woman is

(A) Vulval atrophy
(B) Decreased breast size
(C) Hot flushes
(D) Osteoporosis

Q4. The normal percentage of mobile sperms in semen is

(A) 20%
(B) 40%
(C) 60%
(D) 80%

Q5. Testosterone in the testis in produced by

(A) Sertoli cells
(B) Germinal cells
(C) Leydig cells
(D) Peg cells

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