201-300 most common-part 3-MCQs revision

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201. Most common congenital skeletal dysplasiaAchondroplasia.
202. Most common congenital solid tumor in the newbornSacrococcygeal Teratoma (1:40K live births)
203. Most common cranial nerve affected by a pituitary macroadenomaCN VI.
204. Most common cranial nerve to be affected with schwannomaVIII
205. Most common craniofacial malformationFacial Clefting
206. Most common crystalline arthropathyCPPD
207. Most common CT finding in bowel ischemiaBowel wall thickening.
208. Most common cyanotic congenital heart malformation beyond neonatal periodTOF
209. Most common cyst of the jawRadicular cyst = Periapical cyst
210. Most common cystic lesion of prostateCystic degeneration of BPH
211. Most common cystic tumor of pancreasMucinous cystic neoplasm
212. Most common diffuse breast disorderFibrocystic disease of breast.
213. Most common diffuse gray matter degenerative diseaseAlzheimer’s
214. Most common dislocated auditory ossicle longitudinal temporal bone fractureIncus
215. Most common dislocation in adultGlenohumeral.
216. Most common dislocation in childElbow.
217. Most common epididymal neoplasmAdenomatoid tumor
218. Most common estrogenic ovarian tumorGranulosa Cell Tumor
219. Most common etiology for chronic temporal lobe epilepsyGanglioglioma
220. Most common etiology for multiple small gastric polypsHyperplastic polyps.


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221. Most common etiology for osteomyelitisStaphylococcus aureus.
222. Most common etiology of bilaterally enlarged, hyperechoic kidneys in newborn infantARPKD.
223. Most common etiology of mesenteric adenitisViral
224. Most common etiology of pneumomediastinumAlveolar rupture.
225. Most common etiology of ricketsVitamin D deficiency.
226. Most common extra-adrenal site of pheochromocytomaOrgan of Zuckerkandl.
227. Most common extraaxial neoplasm of CNSMeningioma
228. Most common extragonadal site of primary germ cell tumorsAnterior mediastinum.
229. Most common extrapulmonary site of tuberculosisUrinary tract
230. Most common fetal cardiac anomaly seen on 4 chamber view USAV canal defect (aka ECD)
231. Most common fibromatosis in childhoodInfantile Myofibromatosis
232. Most common finding of a tubal pregnancy seen on USG imagesAdnexal mass separate from ovary
233. Most common finding of contralateral kidney in MCKDReflux
234. Most common fluid collection seen in transplant patientsLymphoceles.
235. Most common form of aortic stenosisValvular
236. Most common form of carpal instabilityDISI
237. Most common form of emphysema in alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiencyPanlobular emphysema
238. Most common form of emphysema in nonsmokersPanlobular emphysema
239. Most common form of emphysema in smokersCentrilobular emphysema
240. Most common form of hypertrophic cardiomyopathyAsymmetric involvement of the interventricular septum


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241. Most common form of skeletal dysplasiaAcquired skeletal dysplasia.
242. Most common form of systemic vasculitis in adultsGiant cell (temporal) arteritis
243. Most common fracture of forearmColles
244. Most common functional tumors of the ovarySex cord–stromal tumors
245. Most common fungal infection in AIDSCryptococcus.
246. Most common genitourinary organ affected by neurofibromasUrinary bladder
247. Most common germ cell tumor associated with excessive hCG productionChoriocarcinoma.
248. Most common germ cell tumor associated with excessive hCG production after choriocarcinomaDysgerminoma.
249. Most common GI neoplasmAdenoma
250. Most common GI tract location for primary extranodal lymphomaStomach, usually NHL type.
251. Most common glial tumor in adultsEpendymoma
252. Most common glial tumor in NF 1JPA.
253. Most common glial tumor with microcalcificationsOligodendroglioma
254. Most common gynecologic neoplasmUterine Leiomyoma
255. Most common hereditary hypercoagulable conditionFactor V Leiden
256. Most common hereditary leukodystrophyMetachromatic leukodystrophy
257. Most common histologic type of bronchogenic carcinoma associated with cavitationSquamous
258. Most common histologic type of bronchogenic carcinoma associated with pancoast tumorSquamous
259. Most common histologic type of bronchogenic carcinoma associated with pleural effusionAdenocarcinoma
260. Most common histologic type of lung cancer associated with asbestosis exposureBAC


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261. Most common histologic type of primary cutaneous lymphomaT-cell lymphoma
262. Most common ILD to be found in association with collagen vascular diseaseNSIP
263. Most common indication for percutaneous vertebroplastyOsteoporosis.
264. Most common infection to cause cerebellar hypoplasia & migration anomaliesCMV
265. Most common infratentorial neoplasm in an adultMetastases
266. Most common inherited disease among Caucasian AmericansCF
267. Most common internal enhancement pattern in DCIS with non mass like enhancementClumped enhancement
268. Most common intracranial for site of teratomasPineal region.
269. Most common intracranial presentation of TBTuberculous meningitis.
270. Most common intramedullary spinal neoplasm in adultsEpendymoma of Spinal Cord
271. Most common intramedullary tumor in childrenAstrocytoma
272. Most common intramedullary tumor of adultsEpendymoma.
273. Most common intraocular neoplasm in childhoodRetinoblastoma
274. Most common intraorbital tumors found in adultsCavernous hemangiomas.
275. Most common intrathoracic fetal anomalyCongenital diaphragmatic Hernia
276. Most common intrathoracic foregut cystBronchogenic Cyst
277. Most common intrauterine CNS infectionCMV
278. Most common intravascular venous tumorLeiomyosarcoma of IVC
279. Most common in-utero renal tumorMesoblastic nephroma.
280. Most common invasive gynecologic malignancyEndometrial malignancy


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281. Most common islet cell tumor in MEN 1Gastrinoma
282. Most common islet cell tumor of the pancreasInsulinoma.
283. Most common joint involved in synovial osteochondromatosisKnee
284. Most common lesion to cause expansion of paranasal sinusMucocele
285. Most common lethal bone dysplasiaOsteogenesis imperfecta type II ?
286. Most common liver tumor after metastasesHemangioma
287. Most common lobe affected in bronchial atresiaLeft upper lobe.
288. Most common location for a cephalhematomaParietal
289. Most common location for a gastric diverticulumPosterior wall of the gastric fundus.
290. Most common location for a pilocytic astrocytomaCerebellum
291. Most common location for a solitary myeloma of the boneThoracolumbar spine
292. Most common location for a synovial sarcomaKnee
293. Most common location for a Tarlov cystPosterior rootlets of S2 + S3
294. Most common location for abdominal sarcoid involvementStomach
295. Most common location for atelectatic asbestos pseudotumorPosteromedial & -lateral basal region of lower lobes
296. Most common location for chordomasSacral spine.
297. Most common location for gallbladder perforationFundus
298. Most common location for Sclerosing Osteomyelitis of Garré (sterile Osteomyelitis)Mandible
299. Most common location for typhlitisCecum.
300. Most common location for well-differentiated liposarcomaThigh