Pulmonary Neoplasms


QUESTION 26.14






A.  Peripheral carcinoid



B.  Atypical adenomatous hyperplasia



C.  Typical carcinoid



D.  Paraganglioma



E.  Granular cell tumor





15.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.15




A.  Peripheral carcinoid



B.  Atypical adenomatous hyperplasia



C.  Typical carcinoid



D.  Paraganglioma



E.  Granular cell tumor




16.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.16




A.  Peripheral carcinoid



B.  Large cell carcinoma



C.  Large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma



D.  Poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma



E.  Poorly differentiated squamous cell carcinoma




17.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.17




A.  B-cell lymphoma



B.  Mantle cell lymphoma



C.  Large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma



D.  Poorly differentiated squamous cell carcinoma



E.  Small cell carcinoma




18.  The illustrated lesion is most likely positive for:



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QUESTION 26.18




A.  PAS



B.  p63



C.  CK5/CK6



D.  CD56



E.  Calretinin




19.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.19




A.  Mucous gland adenoma



B.  Alveolar adenoma



C.  Mucoepidermoid carcinoma



D.  Acinic cell tumor



E.  Adenosquamous carcinoma




20.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.20




A.  Granulomatous pulmonary arteritis (WG)



B.  Lymphomatoid granulomatosis



C.  Churg-Strauss arteritis



D.  Found predominantly in young women



E.  T-cell lymphoma




21.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.21




A.  CD31 positive



B.  BEREP4 positive



C.  TTF-1 positive



D.  CK5/CK6 positive



E.  CK7 positive




22.  The illustrated lesion is most likely due to:



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QUESTION 26.22




A.  HPV infection



B.  EBV infestation



C.  Herpesvirus infection



D.  Mycobacterial infection



E.  Aspergillus infection




23.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.23




A.  Pulmonary artery sarcoma



B.  Metastatic leiomyosarcoma



C.  Metastatic liposarcoma



D.  Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor



E.  Nodular sclerosing, Hodgkin




24.  The illustrated lesion is most likely not:



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QUESTION 26.24




A.  Found in elderly men and women



B.  HMB-45 positive



C.  Perivascular epithelioid cell origin



D.  ER positive



E.  Associated with tuberous sclerosis




25.  The illustrated lesion most likely:



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QUESTION 26.25




A.  Is congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation



B.  Is found in only in young boys



C.  Is pleuropulmonary blastoma



D.  Is pulmonary blastoma



E.  Has a good prognosis




26.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.26




A.  Adenocarcinoma in situ



B.  Adenocarcinoma, invasive with lipidic pattern



C.  Metastatic breast carcinoma



D.  Sclerosing hemangioma



E.  Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma




27.  The illustrated lesion is most likely:



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QUESTION 26.27




A.  Metastatic renal cell carcinoma



B.  Clear cell variant of large cell carcinoma



C.  Atypical carcinoid



D.  PECOMA



E.  Paraganglioma




28.  Atypical adenomatous hyperplasia is usually characterized by all except:




A.  Association with adenocarcinoma



B.  Less than 5 mm



C.  Centriacinar localization



D.  Contains ciliated and mucinous cell



E.  Mild to moderate cytologic atypia


Dec 23, 2016 | Posted by in PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE | Comments Off on Pulmonary Neoplasms
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