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 Liver function tests Choose the correct answer

1)  In pre hepatic jaundice Bilirubin/Urobilinogen is detected in urine.    

2)  In post hepatic jaundice Bilirubin/Urobilinogen is detected in urine.

3)  Bilirubin/Biliverdin is the first pigment to be formed.   

4)  Both Bilirubin and urobilinogen are detected in urine in hepatic/post hepatic jaundice. 

 5)  Vitamin K deficiency is not encountered in prehepatic/post hepatic jaundice.

6)  Serum Albumin/Globulin levels are increased in chronic liver disorders. 

7)  Prothrombin time is decreased /increased in liver disorders.

8)  Blood Glucose/Galactose level would increase in Galactose Tolerance test in a normal individual.  

9)  Blood Glucose/Galactose level would increase in Galactose Tolerance test in a patient with liver disorder.  

10)  Serum total cholesterol level increases /decreases in obstructive jaundice. 

11)  Benzoic acid conjugates with Cysteine/ Glycine for the formation of Hippuric acid.   

12)  ALP/ALT rises in obstructive liver disorders.   

13)  ALP/ALT rises in viral hepatitis.  

14)    AST/ALT would rise more in alcoholism. 

15) Pale/Dark coloured stools are observed in hemolytic jaundice.

16)  Pale/Dark coloured stools are observed in  obstructive jaundice.

17) Vitamin B2/B12 is stored in liver.

18)  Normal blood ammonia level should be 40-70 µg/dl /10-40 µg/dl.

19) Indirect/Direct positive Van den Bergh reaction is observed in haemolytic jaundice.   

20) Indirect/Direct positive Van den Bergh reaction is observed in post hepatic jaundice.  

21) In cirrhosis of liver blood urea/ammonia would be higher than normal.

22) Normal prothrombin time is 14 seconds/14 minutes.  

23) Plasma fibrinogen level decreases/increases in advanced liver cirrhosis.

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