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    1. Accumulation of pus in the middle ear builds up painful pressure on eardrum

    a. Ehrlichiosis
    l5./ Otitis Media

    c. Diphtheria
    cl. Brucellosis

    2. Tissue necrosis caused by the anaerobic growth of Clostridium perfringens and related species


    a. Anthrax
    b. Botulism
    c. Gas gangrene
    d. Endocarditis

    3. Plague is caused by
    a. Gardnerella vaginalis
    b. Helicobacter pylori
    c. Yersia pestis
    d. Vibrio chloreae

    4. Which of the following is used in the treatment of gas gangrene
    a. Surgical removal of foreign material and dead tissue from the wound
    b. Antitoxins against the necrosis-causing toxins released by the organism
    c. Antibiotics
    d. None of the above

    5. Which of the following is 5 mode of transmission for Endemic murine typhus?
    a. contaminated food or water
    b. contact with infected animals
    c. sexual activity
    d. All of the above

    6. Which of the following is NOT used to control botulism?
    a. safe food-processing practices in the food industry
    b. safe food processing practices in home canning
    c. not feeding honey to babies less than one year of age
    d. All of the above are used to control botulism

    14. Under a microscope, Vibrio cholera has a shape.
    15. Humans contact by handling hides from infected animals. The endospores
    enter through cuts in the skin, respiratory tract or mouth.
    16. Which is NOT an example of a fungal disease?

    a) Histoplasmosis b) Coccidiodomycosis

    c) Influenza d) Blastomycosis
    17. The cranial meninges are composed of the arachnoid matar, the pia matar and the
    18. The central nervous system is composed of the brain and the
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    a. cancroid-genital ulcer

    b. bacterial vaginosis

    c. Gonorrhea

    d. Tetanus
    20. is a mild disease that may cause severe fetal damage if infection
    occurs during pregnancy.

    a. Malaria
    b. Cytomegalovirus
    c. Trypanosomiasis
    d. Toxoplasmosis

    21. Localized infection in which enlarged lymph nodes are observed.

    E. Tetanus forms
    a. antibodies that cause prolonged muscle spams
    b. toxins that cause prolonged muscle relaxations
    c. toxins that cause prolonged muscle spasms
    d. antibodies and antitoxins that relax muscles
    i. Septic shock is often associated with
    a, hypotension
    b. systemic response to microbial infection
    c. gram-negative bacteria
    cl. all ofthe above
    Which of the following is NOT a zoonotic disease?
    a. Rabies
    b. anthrax
    c. Shigella
    d. Plague
    Disease associated with flulike symptoms and a bull’s eye rash.
    a. Ricketts
    b. Endemic typhus
    c. Plague
    d. Lyme disease
    is a disease transmitted via saliva. It is also called the ”kissing disease”.
    Which is a disease NOT associated with Staphylococci.
    a. Diphtheria
    b. Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome
    c. Impetigo
    d. TSS

    Which is a disease NOT associated with Streptococci?

    a. Puerperal sepsis

    b. Endocarditis

    c. Pericarditis

    d. Gonorrhea

    e. Rheumatic fever

    Which is a bacterial disease?

    a. Rocky Mountain fever

    b. Burkitt’s

    c. Infectious Mononucleosis

    d. Cytomegalovirus

    This disease primarily affects teenagers.

    a. Rocky Mountain fever

    b. Burkitt’s

    c. Infectious Mononucleosis

    d. Cytomegalovirus

    Truc or False. The lymphatic system returns blood plasma to the circulatory system.
    Toxoplasmosis’ definitive host is

    a. cow

    b. pig

    c. cat

    d. human

    Lymph nodes of contain a reservoir of

    a. B cells

    b. T cells

    c. C cells

    d. Bacteria

    Rheumatic fever is caused by

    a. Group B beta hemolytic streptococci

    b. Group A gamma hemolytic streptococci
    c. Group A beta hemolytic streptococci

    d. Group B gamma hemolytic streptococci

    do not penetrate well into abscesses and the infection is difficult to treat.
    a) antibodies c) toxins
    b) antibiotics d) soap

    7. Which of the following is also called undulant fever?
    a. brucellosis
    b. plague
    c. necrotizing fasciitis
    d. Q fever
    8. Which of the following is also called Pontiac fever
    a. Diphtheria
    b. Chlamydial pneumonia
    c. Tuberculosis
    d. Legionnaire’s disease
    9. Inflammation of the tonsils
    a. sinusitis
    b. tonsillitis
    c. epiglottitis
    d. pharyngitis
    10. in malaria, sporozoites reproduce in the liver and release , which lysate out of

    red biood cells.

    a. fomites

    b. sporocyste

    c. merozoites.

    d. sporozoite

    11. Coagulase positive, pathogenic; causes severe chronic infections

    a. S. aureus

    b. S. epidermidis

    c. Both a and b

    12. Impetigo is

    a. a superficial skin infection often observed in the elderly

    b. a superficial skin infection often observed in adults

    c. a skin infection often observed in teens

    d. a skin infection often observed in children

    13. may be contracted infected animals such as foxes, skunks, raccoons and

    a. Leprosy

    b. Rocky Mountain Fever

    c. Rabies

    d. Q fever
    a. TSS

    b. toxoplasmosis

    c. tularemia

    d. trypanosomiasis