Vaginal Cancer

VAGINAL CANCER

Q. 1

Most common type of vaginal carcinoma is :

 A

Squamous cell carcinoma

 B

Adenocarcinoma

 C

Transitional cell carcinoma

 D

Columnar cell Ca

Q. 1

Most common type of vaginal carcinoma is :

 A

Squamous cell carcinoma

 B

Adenocarcinoma

 C

Transitional cell carcinoma

 D

Columnar cell Ca

Ans. A

Explanation:

Squamous cell carcinoma


Q. 2

Ingestion of which of the following drug during pregnancy increase the risk of vaginal adenocarcinoma in a female offspring?

 A

Chlorpropamide

 B

Progesterone

 C

Diethyl stilbestrol

 D

Chloramphenacol

Q. 2

Ingestion of which of the following drug during pregnancy increase the risk of vaginal adenocarcinoma in a female offspring?

 A

Chlorpropamide

 B

Progesterone

 C

Diethyl stilbestrol

 D

Chloramphenacol

Ans. C

Explanation:

Ingestion of diethylstibestrol during pregnancy increase the risk of vaginal adenocarcinoma in female offspring after maturity.

It is also associated with an increase in functional abnormalities of the reproductive tracts in both male and female offsprings.


Q. 3

Vaginal adenocarcinomas in children is caused by‑

 A

Virus

 B

Adminstration of DES to pregnant mothers

 C

Hormonal changes

 D

All of the above

Q. 3

Vaginal adenocarcinomas in children is caused by‑

 A

Virus

 B

Adminstration of DES to pregnant mothers

 C

Hormonal changes

 D

All of the above

Ans. B

Explanation:

Ans. is ‘b’ i.e., Administration of DES to pregnant mothers

o Adenocarcinoma occurs in young women whose mothers had been treated with diethylstilbestrol (DES) during pregnancy.


Q. 4

S/E of diethyl stilbesterol when used in pregnant woman-

 A

Deep vein thrombosis in pregnant woman

 B

Feminization of external genitalia of male offspring

 C

Infertility and development of vaginal carcinoma in female offspring

 D

Virilization of the external genitalia of female offspring

Q. 4

S/E of diethyl stilbesterol when used in pregnant woman-

 A

Deep vein thrombosis in pregnant woman

 B

Feminization of external genitalia of male offspring

 C

Infertility and development of vaginal carcinoma in female offspring

 D

Virilization of the external genitalia of female offspring

Ans. C

Explanation:

Ans. is ‘c’ i.e., Infertility and development vaginal carcinoma in female offspring

  • Stilbestrol given to pregnant women Increased risk of vaginal and cervical carcinoma in the female offspring in childhood or early adulthood.


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