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Medicine – MCQ 26 – The test used to diagnose Dubin Johnson syndrome

8 February 2011 29 Comments

The test used to diagnose Dubin Johnson syndrome is:
A. Serum transminases
B. Bromsulphalein test (BSP)
C. Hippurate test
D. Gamma glutamyl transferase level

Answer: B. Bromsulphalein test (BSP)

29 Comments »

  • Ankita said:

    b

  • joshna said:

    b

  • ghanshyam said:

    BSP

  • alifa said:

    b

  • ritesh kumar said:

    b

  • Josangel said:

    BSP

  • anu said:

    late rise in the level of plasma BSP,in clearance of this dye is pathognomonic of dubin jhonson, however, biopsy is for confirmation.

  • omkara said:

    BSP

  • aditi said:

    b

  • satyanjal said:

    B) Bromosulphalein test

  • chandra prakash said:

    i thnk its b

  • suparna said:

    bsp

  • Dr.Neeraj K said:

    b

  • DR Bhavesh said:

    b.BSP

  • niraj said:

    difinatly B

  • NITHEESH said:

    b

  • ajoy saha said:

    B

  • sadeesh kumar said:

    d

  • prasenjeet said:

    BSP

  • vineetha said:

    BSP

  • Mousumee said:

    B. Bromsulphalein test(BSP)

  • dr.murli said:

    ans b

  • sandhya said:

    b

  • nayab said:

    b

  • Emes said:

    b

  • VENKI said:

    GOOD ONE

  • Reyaz malla said:

    Ans is b.

  • kavya said:

    ans. bcyanotic spell is all due to except
    1.inc SVR
    2.inc dynamic RVOT obstrution
    3.crying
    4.inc PVR..
    pls reply to this

  • rammohan said:

    ans.. increse svr.
    incresed svr causes left to right shift of blood so no cyanosis

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