Nutritional and Digestive System Disorder MCQs with Answers

Nutritional and Digestive system disorder MCQs

Hello students, our next topic for the MCQ is ‘NUTRITIONAL AND DIGESTIVE SYSTEM DISORDER’. This is the Major health problem in India and other developing countries. The five major nutritional deficiency disease are Kwashiorkor, marasmus, Xeropthalmia, nutritional anemias, Goitre. The Kwashiorkor and marasmus comes under malnutrition. The Xeropthalmia occurs because of the deficiency of vitamin E. Nutrional anemia occurs due to iron deficiency and Goitre is due to iron deficiency.

The MCQ will give you more information.

 

MCQ.1):According to the WHO, the ……………… is defined as cellular imbalance between nutrient supply, energy and body’s demand for them to ensure growth specific function, maintainance etc.

a)Diarrhia

b) Malnutrition

c) Fatigue

d) Loss of appetite

 

MCQ.2):Which of the following is consequences of protein energy deficiency?

a)Kidney failure

b)Vitamin deficiency

c) Obesity

d)Marasmus

 

MCQ. 3):Which of the following are mediators secreted by tumors that contributes to cachexia?

a)Oxidizing factors

b)Proteolysis inducing factor

c)Non-oxidizing factors

d)None of them

 

MCQ.4):……………………… is defined as an accumulation of excess of adipose tissue which imparts health risk.

a)Nausea

b)Cardiac

c)Nervosa

d)Obesity

 

MCQ.5):In obesity condition, hyperplastic obesity is also called as…………………………………

a)Life-long obesity

b)Adult onset obesity

c)Hypertrophic

d)All of them

 

MCQ.6):When it comes to prevent development of obesity to balance between calorie intake and expenditure, the critical role in regulation is played by ……………………………

a)Opsin

b)Glycogen

c)Leptin

d)Oxitocin

 

MCQ.7):……….. is called as “fat burning molecule” and the “Guardian angel against obesity which directs fatty acids to muscle for their oxidation.

a)Adiponectin

b)Vitamin A

c)Vitamin K

d)b) and c

 

MCQ.8):The ghrelin is produced in the ………………………………

a)Pancreas

b)Hair

c)Bone

d)Stomach

 

MCQ.9):Adverse consequences of obesity includes …………………………

a)Hypertension

b)Cholelithiasis

c) Coronary artery disease

d)All of above

 

MCQ.10):The neuropathy and anemia are consequences of deficiency due to …………………………………………

a)Vitamin A

b)Vitamin D

c)Vitamin E

d)Vitamin K

 

MCQ.11):In ………….………………………..Condition, inflammation of the oral mucosa occurs due to nutritional deficiency, trauma and irritants.

a)Cancer

b) Stomatitis

c) Diet

d) Oral hygiene

 

MCQ.12):……………………………. Is an irritation, infection and inflammation of the appendix.

a)Appendicitis

b)Stomatitis

c)Diarrhia

d)Jaundice

 

MCQ. 13):In the digestive diseases, if a person or an individual eats ………………………………..Then it can cause damage to the person’s small intestine.

a)Sugar

b)Cake

c)Gluten

d)Oil

 

MCQ.14):A disease where an inflammatory bowel disease is an extreme condition which may occurs at various times over a lifetime is Crohn’s disease and it is also called as …………………………

a)Ileitis

b)Enteritis

c)Piles

d)Both a) and b)

 

MCQ.15):The blood vessels which are around the anus and lower rectum become swollen due to pressure or stretching is called as ……………………

a)Enteritis

b)Hemorrhoids

c)Celiac disease

d)Gastritis

 

MCQ.16):When cancer occurs in the region of stomach then is known as ……………………

a)Hepatic cancer

b)Dermocancer

c)Pancreatic cancer

d) Gastric cancer

 

MCQ.17):In the gastroparesis, food can also harden in to solid masses and called as ……………………………………………………………………………….

a)Bezoars

b)Beverages

c)Ulcer

d)Stomach cancer

 

MCQ.18):………………………..Are hard pebble like deposits that form inside the gall bladder.

a)Gallbladder

b)Gallstones

c)Urinary stones

d)Urinary bladder

MCQ.19):Which of the following is an oesophageal contraction of the diaphragm that repeats several times per minute?

a)Endoscope

b)Coughing

c)Heartburn

d)Hiccups

 

MCQ.20):……………………………………… is defined as a common condition where acid in the stomach rises up into the oesophagus.

a)Dysbiosis

b)Acid reflux

c)Dysentry

d)Ulcers

 

Answer

1)b) Malnutrition

2)d) Marasmus

3)b) Proteolysis inducing factor

4)d) Obesity

5)a) Life-long obesity

6)c) Leptin

7)a) Adiponectin

8)d) Stomach

9)d) All of above

10)c) Vitamin E

11)b) Stomatitis

12)a) Appendicitis

13)c) Gluten

14)d) Both a) and b)

15)b) Hemorrhoids

16)d) Gastric cancer

17)a)Bezoars

18)b) Gallstones

19)d) Hiccups

20)b) Acid reflux


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