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Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
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Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
Bladder cancer,tbl  mcq
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  • 1. Bladder cancer, MCQAhmad ElAbbady,MDProfessor, Urology DepartmentUniversity of Alexandria
  • 2. Bladder cancer, MCQQ1- Risk factors for development of Bladder Cainclude all the following except:A-Tobacco smookingB- Industrial carcinogens: e.g. aniline dyes.C-Chronic irritation e.g. infection, stonesD- Excessive fat consumptionE-Pelvic irradiation
  • 3. Bladder cancer, MCQQ2-Bladder extrophy predispose, specially withdelayed closure, to:A- AdenocarcinomaB- Transitional CCC- Squamous CCD- Undifferentiated Carcinoma
  • 4. Bladder cancer, MCQQ3- Although bladder cancer occurs in differentage groups, the peak age is:A- 3rd-4th decades.B- 4th-5th decades.C- 5th-6th decades.D- 6th-8th decades.
  • 5. Bladder cancer, MCQQ4- As regards incidence of bladder cancer maleto female ratio isA- 3:1.B- 2:1.C- 1:1.D- 4:1
  • 6. Bladder cancer, MCQQ5- The most common early presentation ofbladder cancer is:A- Irritative LUTSB- HematuriaC-S.P. painD- Accidental diagnosis
  • 7. Bladder cancer, MCQQ6- All the following radiological tools could beused for diagnosis of bladder cancer except:A- U/SB- IVUC- CTD- Plain KUB
  • 8. Bladder cancer, MCQ• Q7- The gold standard imaging modality fordiagnosis of bladder cancer is:A- IVUB- CT with contrastC- MRID- U/S
  • 9. Bladder cancer, MCQQ8- C.T. with contrast gives excellent dataabout:A- Morphology of upper and lower UTB-Relations of UT to adjacent organsC- Pelvic and abdominal L.N.D- All of the above
  • 10. Bladder cancer, MCQQ9- Superficial, non muscle invasive, bladdercancer constitutes:A- 60-75% of B caB- 40-50% of B caC- 80-90% of B caD- 30-40% of B ca
  • 11. Bladder cancer, MCQQ10- Which percentage of non muscle invasiveB ca progress to invasive disease:A- 10-20%B- 30-40%C- 40-50%D- 50-60%
  • 12. Q 11Type of x-rayPathologySite
  • 13. Q 12Pathology in Rt and LtMain Presentation
  • 14. Bladder cancer, MCQQ13According to TNM staging system,Mention 3 different pathological types of TCC
  • 15. Bladder cancer, MCQQ14How to stage Bladder cancerA- Bimanual examination under anaesth.B- Cystoscopy and biopsyC- C.T. abdomen and pelvisD- Chest x-ray, Bone scan.E- All of the above
  • 16. Bladder cancer, MCQQ15Lines of treatment of superficial bladder cancer:A- Transurethral resection (TURT)B- Intravesical BCGC- Intravesical ChemoD- All of the above
  • 17. Bladder cancer, MCQQ16Follow up by Cystoscopy&urine cytology forsuperficial bladder cancer may extend for:A- one yearB- two yearsC- Three YearsD- Longer periods
  • 18. Bladder cancer, MCQQ17Standard treatment of first occurrence of CIS is:A- TURT and I.V. BCGB- TURT aloneC- TURT and I.V. chemoD- Radical cystectomy
  • 19. Bladder cancer, MCQQ18Standard treatment for muscle invasive B Ca:A- Radical cystectomyB- ChemtherapyC- RadiotherapyD- Chemtherapy and Radiotherapy
  • 20. Bladder cancer, MCQQ19Treatment of muscle invasive B Ca by TURT,Chemo and XRT is indicated in highlyselected cases or refusal of cystectomyA- TrueB- False
  • 21. Bladder cancer, MCQQ20The standard treatment for metastatic B Ca is:A- RadiotherapyB- ChemotherapyC- CystectomyD- Immunotherapy
  • 22. Thank you

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