Description : This abnormal metabolite may be responsible for the neurological manifestation of pernicious anemia: (A) Taurine (B) Methyl malonic acid (C) Xantherunic acid (D) Phenyl pyruvic acid
Last Answer : Answer : A
Description : In pernicious anemia, Urine contains high amounts of (A) Methyl malonic acid(B) FIGLU (C) VMA (D) 5 HIAA
Description : A biochemical indication of vitamin B12 deficiency can be obtained by measuring the urinary excretion of (A) Pyruvic acid (B) Malic acid (C) Methyl malonic acid (D) Urocanic acid
Last Answer : Answer : C
Description : In beri beri there will be accumulation of _________ in blood. (A) Aceto acetic acid (B) β−hydroxy butyric acid (C) Pyruvic acid (D) Methyl malonic acid
Description : In beri beri there will be accumulation of _______ in blood. (A) Aceto acetic acid (B) β-OH butyric acid (C) Pyruvic acid (D) Methyl malonic acid
Description : Pyridoxine deficiency can be diagnosed by measuring urinary excretion of (A) Pyruvic acid (B) Oxaloacetic acid (C) Xanthurenic acid (D) None of these VITAMINS 119
Description : Pyridoxine deficiency can be diagnosed by measuring urinary excretion of (A) Pyruvic acid (B) Oxaloacetic acid (C) Xanthurenic acid (D) None of these
Last Answer : (C) Xanthurenic acid
Description : Methyl malonic aciduria is seen in a deficiency of (A) Vitamin B6 (B) Folic acid (C) Thiamine (D) Vitamin B12
Last Answer : Answer : D
Description : Methyl malonic aciduria is seen in the deficiency of (A) Vitamin B6 (B) Folic acid (C) Thiamine (D) Vitamin B12
Description : Taurinuria may be encountered in (A) Pernicious anemia (B) Beriberi (C) Pellegra (D) Folate deficiency
Description : Xanthuric acid is an abnormal metabolite of (A) Xanthine (B) Uric acid (C) Tyrosine (D) Tryptophan
Description : The nurse notes that the patient demonstrates generalized pallor and recognizes that this finding may be indicative of a) anemia. In the light-skinned individual, generalized pallor is a ... . d) local arterial insufficiency. Local arterial insufficiency is characterized by marked localized pallor.
Last Answer : a) anemia. In the light-skinned individual, generalized pallor is a manifestation of anemia. In brown- and black-skinned individuals, anemia is demonstrated as a dull skin appearance.
Description : Excess intake of cobalt for longer periods leads to (A) Polycythemia (B) Megaloblastic anemia (C) Pernicious anemia (D) Microcytic anemia
Description : Pyridoxine deficiency leads to (A) Megaloblastic anemia (B) Aplastic anemia (C) Hypochromic microcytic anemia (D) Pernicious anemia
Description : Deficiency of Iron leads to (A) Megaloblastic anemia (B) Aplastic anemia (C) Pernicious anemia (D) Hypochromic microcytic anemia
Description : A deficiency of folate leads to (A) Megaloblastic anemia (B) Aplastic anemia (C) Pernicious anemia (D) Hypochromic microcytic anemia
Description : A deficiency of vitamin B12 causes (A) Cheliosis (B) Beriberi (C) Pernicious anemia (D) Scurvy
Description : A deficiency of Iron leads to (A) Megaloblastic anemia (B) Aplastic anemia (C) Pernicious anemia (D) Hypochromic microcytic anemia
Last Answer : Answer : B
Description : Deficiency of Vitamin A causes (A) Xeropthalmia (B) Hypoprothrombinemia (C) Megaloblastic anemia (D) Pernicious anemia
Description : The presence of bilirubin in the urine without urobilinogen suggests (A) Obstructive jaundice (B) Hemolytic jaundice (C) Pernicious anemia (D) Damage to the hepatic parenchyma
Description : The pH of gastric juice become low in (A) Hemolytic anemia (B) Pernicious anemia (C) Both (A) and (B) (D) None of these
Description : Decrease in absorption of which of the following vitamins in the geriatric patient results in pernicious anemia? a) B12 Vitamin B12 requires the intrinsic factor secreted by the gastric mucosa for ... results in an inability to absorb calcium. d) B6 Vitamin B6 affects neuromuscular function.
Last Answer : a) B12 Vitamin B12 requires the intrinsic factor secreted by the gastric mucosa for absorption.
Description : Which of the following does not give benzoic acid on hydrolysis? (1) phenyl cyanide (2) benzoyl chloride (3) benzyl chloride (4) methyl benzoate
Last Answer : (3) benzyl chloride Explanation: Hydrolysis is any chemical reaction in which a molecule of water ruptures one or more chemical bonds.
Description : Which of the following compounds is aspirin (a) Methyl salicylate (b) Salicylic acid (c) Phenyl salicylate (d) Acetylsalicylic acid
Last Answer : Acetylsalicylic acid
Description : Aspirin is (1) Methoxy benzoic acid (2) Methyl Salicilate (3) Acetyl Salicilic acid (4) Phenyl Salicilate
Last Answer : Acetyl Salicilic acid
Description : Abnormal chain of aminoacids in sickle cell anemia is (A) β-chain (B) β-chain (C) γ-chain (D) r-chain
Description : Which of the following terms refers to an abnormal decrease in white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets? a) Pancytopenia Pancytopenia may be congenital or acquired. b) Anemia ... of WBCs in circulation. d) Thrombocytopenia Thrombocytopenia refers to a lower-than-normal platelet count.
Last Answer : a) Pancytopenia Pancytopenia may be congenital or acquired.
Description : Pernicious anemia?
Last Answer : DefinitionPernicious anemia is a decrease in red blood cells that occurs when the body cannot properly absorb vitamin B12 from the gastrointestinal tract. Vitamin B12 is necessary for the proper ... uses a special protein called intrinsic factor, which is released by cells in the stomach.
Description : Which of these conditions will be associated with steatorrhea.1) Primary lactase deficiency 2) Pernicious anemia 3) Ulcerative colitis 4) Chronic Pancreatitis
Last Answer : Correct Answer: 4) Chronic Pancreatitis
Last Answer : (A) Xeropthalmia
Description : Laboratory diagnosis of vitamin B12 deficiency can be made by measuring the urinary excretion of (A) Xanthurenic acid (B) Formiminoglutamic acid (C) Methylmalonic acid (D) Homogentisic acid
Description : Pyridoxine deficiency can be diagnosed by measuring the urinary excretion of xanthurenic acid following a test dose of (A) Glycine (B) Histidine (C) Tryptophan (D) Pyridoxine
Description : ‘Xanthurenic acid index’ is a reliable criterion for the deficiency of the vitamin (A) Pyridoxal (B) Thiamin (C) Pantothenic acid (D) Cobalamin
Description : An amino acid not containing the usual— COOH group is (A) Alanine (B) Tryptophan (C) Methionine (D) Taurine
Description : An aromatic amino acid is (A) Lysine (B) Tyrosine (C) Taurine (D) Arginine
Last Answer : (B) Tyrosine
Last Answer : (A) Pyridoxal
Description : A drug which prevents uric acid synthesis by inhibiting the enzyme Xanthine oxidase is (A) Aspirin (B) Allopurinal (C) Colchicine (D) Phenyl benzoate
Description : In glutathione (a tripeptide) is present apart from Glutamic acid and cysteine: (A) Serine (B) Glycine (C) Leucine (D) Phenyl alanine
Description : The first amino acid incorporated in a polypeptide in a ribosome of a human is (A) N formyl methionine (B) Methionine (C) Phenyl alanine (D) Hydroxy lysine
Description : The amino acid which synthesizes many hormones: (A) Valine (B) Phenyl alanine (C) Alanine (D) Histidine
Description : Is phenyl alanine an essential amino acid?
Last Answer : Yes.
Description : Thyroxine is derived from (A) Tyrosine (B) Tyranine (C) Taurine (D) Tryptaine
Description : Sulphur is made available to the body by the amino acids: (A) Cystine and methionine (B) Taurine and alanine (C) Proline and hydroxyproline (D) Arginine and lysine MINERAL METABOLISM 191
Description : Osteomalacia may be expected in 1) Sarcoidosis 2) Auto-immune adrenalitis 3) Pseudo-hypoparathyroidism 4) Pernicious anaemia 5) Mercury poisoning
Last Answer : Answers-5 Osteomalacia may occur with vitamin D deficiency. Mercury poisoning or any heavy metal poisoning causes an acquired Fanconi syndrome with distal renal tubular acidosis.
Description : How can I perform an assay for the amino acid Taurine?
Last Answer : You need to provide more info than that. What are you trying to do? Detect taurine levels?
Description : How can the amino acid taurine affect the body in a negative way?
Last Answer : Does your text book give you some ideas on what your teacher is looking for?
Description : The chief metabolite of catecholamines is (A) Metanephrine (B) Normetanephrine (C) 3, 4-Dihydroxymandelic acid (D) Vanillylmandelic acid