(MCQS 322-324):an association with human papilloma viruses is a most characteristic feature of

Question:322
Correct Answer: D
Explanation:
The incidence of decreased MCV in chronic iron deficiency ranges from 27%-76% (averaging about 65%), depending considerably on the degree of deficiency. Thalassemia minor (alpha or beta) comprises about 15% of patients with microcytosis but may be less frequent in some populations. The anemia associated with various chronic diseases (uremia, rheumatoid-collagen diseases, severe chronic infection, etc.) is usually normocytic; but according to the literature, it can be microcytic in about 15% of patients (range, 0%-36%

Question:323
Correct Answer: D
Explanation:
The common skin wart, verruca vulgaris, often occurs in the oral cavity and is associated with human papilloma viruses, in particular, it is associated with HPV-2 and HPV-4 infection and appears flesh-colored or grayish white with a papillated hyperkeratotic surface

Question:324
Correct Answer: D
Explanation:
The upper lobe of the left lung is situated above and in front of the oblique fissure. The stethoscope should therefore be placed on the anterior chest wall above the level of the sixth rib.


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