Category Archives: mcqs

MCQs on Good Documentation Practice

1. According to GCP, source documents should be: A) Stored securely for required retention period B) Amended using a single line-through method C) Original documents completed during trial D) All of the above 2. Corrections to source documents should include which elements according to GCP? A) Initials and date of person making correction B) Explanation… Read More »

100 MCQs on Good Clinical Practices(GCP)

1. Which document contains a standardized set of rules for conducting clinical trials? A) Declaration of Helsinki B) Belmont Report C) Good Clinical Practice guidelines D) Standard operating procedures 2. Which organization establishes regulations and guidance for Good Clinical Practices? A) ICH B) FDA C) WHO D) EMA 3. In Good Clinical Practice guidelines, what… Read More »

MCQs on clinical trials

1. What type of clinical trial compares a new treatment to an existing standard treatment? A) Open label trial B) Single blind trial C) Double blind trial D) Randomized controlled trial 2. Which phrase best describes the purpose of a placebo in a clinical trial? A) To test for side effects of a treatment B)… Read More »

MCQs on Suicide Prevention

1. Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for suicide? A. Access to firearms B. Social isolation C. Female gender D. Good mental health 2. Which statement about suicide prevention is TRUE? A. Openly asking someone if they are considering suicide may encourage them B. Most suicidal individuals do not truly want to… Read More »

Multiple Choice Questions on Schizophrenia

1. Which symptom is not considered to be a core symptom of schizophrenia? A. Delusions B. Disorganized speech C. Depression D. Hallucinations 2. Which is a negative symptom of schizophrenia? A. Auditory hallucinations B. Poverty of speech C. Paranoid delusions D. Disorganized behavior 3. Which neurotransmitter is most strongly implicated in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia?… Read More »

Multiple Choice Questions on Developmental Abnormalities

1. Trisomy 21 is also known as: A. Down syndrome B. Klinefelter syndrome C. Fragile X syndrome D. Turner syndrome 2. Cleft lip occurs due to failed fusion of which embryonic structures? A. Palate B. Brain hemispheres C. Limb buds D. Neural tube 3. Spina bifida involves defective closure of the: A. Palate B. Chest… Read More »

Multiple Choice Questions on Comparative Embryology

1. Birds hatch from eggs laid by female, which process of development is this an example of? A) Oviparity B) Viviparity C) Ovoviviparity D) Parthenogenesis 2. Cows and humans show which type of embryonic development? A) Oviparity B) Viviparity C) Ovoviviparity D) Parthenogenesis 3. Reptiles exhibit primarily which mode of reproduction? A) Oviparity B) Viviparity… Read More »

Multiple Choice Questions on Organogenesis

1. Which process involves invagination and involution leading to formation of organ rudiments? A. Neurulation B. Gastrulation C. Organogenesis D. Histogenesis 2. Which organ develops from endodermal lung bud outgrowth? A. Heart B. Liver C. Lung D. Pancreas 3. Which organ develops from gut regionalization? A. Liver B. Lung C. Pancreas D. All of the… Read More »

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) MCQs

1. What is the estimated lifetime prevalence of PTSD in the general population? A. 1-2% B. 3-6% C. 8-10% D. 12-15% 2. Which type of traumatic event is most commonly associated with PTSD? A. Motor vehicle accidents B. Combat exposure C. Rape or sexual assault D. Natural disasters 3. The typical onset of symptoms following… Read More »

Embryology MCQs

1. Which statement about blastocyst is incorrect? A) It has inner cell mass and trophoblast B) Formed after morula stage C) Implantation occurs at this stage D) It lacks fluid filled cavity 2. Gastrulation leads to formation of: A) Three germ layers B) Neurulation C) Limb buds D) Neural crest cells 3. Notochord induces formation… Read More »

Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) on Dental Anatomy

1. Which tooth is considered the longest tooth in the permanent dentition? a) Maxillary central incisor b) Mandibular central incisor c) Maxillary canine d) Mandibular canine 2. The crown of a tooth is covered by a layer called: a) Cementum b) Dentin c) Enamel d) Pulp 3. Which tooth is known as the “wisdom tooth”?… Read More »

Multiple Choice Questions about the Femoral Artery

1. The femoral artery supplies blood to the: A) Head B) Lower limbs C) Abdominal organs D) Heart 2. The femoral artery is a branch of the: A) Abdominal aorta B) Common iliac artery C) External iliac artery D) Internal iliac artery 3. The femoral artery passes through which opening in the hip bone? A)… Read More »

MCQs about systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)

1. Which autoantibody is most commonly associated with SLE? A) Rheumatoid factor B) Antinuclear antibody C) Anti-CCP antibody D) Cryoglobulins 2. Which of the following is NOT a common clinical manifestation of SLE? A) Arthritis B) Vasculitis C) Optic neuritis D) Sjogren’s syndrome 3. Which organ system is most commonly affected in SLE? A) Pulmonary… Read More »

MCQs on Metastatic tumors

1. Which of the following is the most common site of breast cancer metastases? a) Liver b) Lungsc) Braind) Bone 2. Positron emission tomography (PET) uses a radioactive drug to identify which of the following in suspected cancer sites?a) Oxygen usage b) Glucose metabolismc) Blood flowd) Protein expression 3. Which imaging test is considered the… Read More »

MCQs on wearable biosensors

1. Which of the following is an example of a wearable biosensor? A) Thermometer B) Stethoscope C) Fitbit D) MRI machine 2. What type of data can photoplethysmography sensors measure? A) Heart rate B) Blood pressure C) Blood glucose levels D) Body temperature 3. Which part of the body are pulse oximetry sensors typically worn… Read More »

MCQs on Regenerative Medicine

1. Which of the following utilizes properties of adult stem cells? A) Gene therapy B) Tissue engineering C) Regenerative medicine 2. Platelet-rich plasma injections are used to aid healing of what types of tissues? A) Bones B) Nerves C) Skin D) Tendons 3. The goal of tissue engineering is to: A) Repair tissues B) Develop… Read More »

MCQs on eating disorders

1. All are considered core features of anorexia nervosa EXCEPT: A. Intense fear of gaining weight B. Distorted body image C. Excessive exercising D. Significant weight gain 2. Restricting type anorexia nervosa is characterized by: A. Binge eating followed by vomiting B. Laxative or diuretic misuse C. Restricting food intake without compensation D. Night eating… Read More »

MCQs on Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder:

1. DMDD was introduced in DSM-5 to address issues with the diagnosis of: A. Bipolar disorder in children B. ADHD C. OCD in children D. PTSD in children 2. The core diagnostic features of DMDD include: A. Periods of abnormally elevated or irritable mood B. Severe, recurrent temper outbursts C. Symptoms present for at least… Read More »

MCQs on Depression

1. A 40-year-old widowed man describes feeling sad most of the day, decreased appetite, insomnia, fatigue, worthlessness. This matches the diagnosis of: 2. Depression is more common in which gender: A. Males B. Females C. Equal between males and females 3. Depressed mood that occurs in a seasonal pattern would be most characteristic of: A.… Read More »