MICROBIOLOGY 2420 - EXAM IVA

CHOOSE THE BEST APROPRIATE ANSWER

  1. A disease which spreads across continents would be described as
  1. endemic
  2. epidemic
  3. sporadic
  4. pandemic
  5. septisemic
  1. For human diseases, which of the following is the most important reservoir
  1. animals
  2. humans
  3. arthropods
  4. soil
  5. food
  1. Which of the following is a major means of blocking disease transmission
  1. safe water
  2. sewage disposal
  3. vaccination
  4. control of human reservoirs
  5. all of the above
  1. Plaque becomes calculus when
  1. plaque dissolves in saliva
  2. plaque accumulates on the cheek
  3. calcium and phosphate salts go into solution
  4. calcium and phosphate salts precipitate into the plaque
  5. none of the above
  1. Inflammation of the gingival crevice (sulcus) which leads to retreat of the epithelium and eventual destruction of the connective tissue which supports the teeth is known as
  1. Gingivitis
  2. Osteomyelitis
  3. Dry socket
  4. Peridontitis
  5. Endocarditis
  1. Which of the following is a member of the normal skin flore
  1. clostridium tetani
  2. yersinia pestis
  3. staphylococcus aureus
  4. treponema pallidum
  5. correlia recurrentis
  1. To prepare and use a fluorescent antibody you would do all of the following except:
  1. obtain an antigen that you were interested in and inject it into an experimental animal in order to generate antibody
  2. extract the desired antibody from the infected animal or person
  3. tag the desired antibody with a fluorescent chemical
  4. use a special fluorescent microscope to observe the antigen antibody reaction
  5. innoculate the tagged antibody into the patient
  1. Rubella although a rather mild disease can cause complications in pregnant women by:
  1. killing them
  2. causing paralysis
  3. causing deformities in the fetus
  4. causing deformities in the mother
  5. providing an avenue for secondary bacterial infections
  1. A given species of strep is said to cause a beta-hemolytic type reaction. By this time it si meant that it:
  1. grows on the blood
  2. grows on EMB agar
  3. grows on blood agar and causes discoloration around the colonies
  4. grows on blood agar and causes clear areas around the colonies
  5. does not grow an EMB agar
  1. Vaccines against tetanus and diphtheria are made against the toxins and not the organisms. The reason for this is that
  1. the toxins are not important in the disease
  2. the organism are not important in the disease
  3. the organisms have very little invasive ability but the toxins enter the blood
  4. the organism have a great deal of invasive ability but the toxins do not enter the blood
  5. vaccines cannot be manufactured against the organisms
  1. One of the disease which the DPT is aimed against is:
  1. tetanus
  2. botulism
  3. plaque
  4. tularemia
  5. dengue fever
  1. Of the two kinds of pneumonia, the most dangerous is the:
  1. systemic
  2. lobar
  3. dispersed
  4. brochial
  5. alveolar
  1. The non-virulent strain of Streptococcus Pneumoniae maybe distinguished from the virulent form by:
  1. IMVTC test
  2. Gram-straining
  3. Acid-fast staining
  4. DNA sequence
  5. Absence of a capsule
  1. The causative organism of primary atypical pneumonia, Mycoplasma pneumoniae, is not effected by penicillin. The reason for this is that it possesses:
  1. a gram negative cell wall
  2. a gram positive cell wall
  3. an acid fast wall
  4. no cell wall
  5. the enzyme penicillinase
  1. It is very difficult to prepare a vaccine against the common cold because:
  1. the organisms which cause colds do not stimulate the immune response system
  2. the organism which cause cold are not susceptible to antibiotics
  3. there are 120 different viruses which can cause the disease
  4. live cold viruses canít be grown
  5. The immune system is more effective against the influenza causing organism
  1. Two disease organisms that are of particular concern to dental workers are:
    1. genital herpes and T. pallidum
    2. herpes simplex and hepatitis A virus
    3. Yersinta pestis and S. pyogenes
    4. Herpes zoster and hepatitis B virus
    5. Herpes simplex and hepatitis B virus
  1. The normal flora of the large intestine:
    1. usually pathogenic
    2. can become pathogenic in other parts of the body
    3. includes mostly gram positive bacteria
    4. is not affected by antibiotics
    5. none of the above
  1. Boiling suspected food for 15 minutes will prevent botulism because boiling destroys the
    1. endospores
    2. organisms
    3. toxins
    4. enzymes necessary for reproduction of the organisms
    5. cell wall
  1. Which of the following is a fungal food poison?
    1. botulism
    2. tetanotoxin
    3. aflatoxin
    4. aspergilinage
    5. penicilinase
  1. During the active reproduction years in females:
    1. the vagina is alkaline
    2. the principal organisms in the vagina are enterbacteriacae
    3. estrogen effects the type of normal flora found in the genital tract
    4. the uterus contains clostridial species
    5. there exists an immunity to genital viruses
  1. Which of the following genera are usually not parts of the normal flora of the urinary tract?
    1. Bacteroides
    2. Neisseria
    3. Mycobacterium
    4. Streptoccoccus
    5. Escherichia
  1. Which of the following are factors that predispose an individual to urinary tract infections?
    1. venereal diseases
    2. sex
    3. age
    4. trauma
    5. diet
  1. Candida albicans
    1. occurs among the normal flora is about 40 to 50 percent of the population
    2. can cause both genitourinary and gastrointestinal infections
    3. often becomes invasive following antibiotic treatment for bacteria
    4. often becomes invasive when the ecology of the normal flora is distrubed
    5. all of the above
  1. Infections can enter the central nervous system via the:
    1. intestinal tract
    2. the peripheral nerves
    3. respiratory tract
    4. urinary tract
    5. endocrine system
  1. The tuberculiod clinical type of Hansenís disease:
    1. infects the eperipheral nerves only
    2. is less severe than the other clinical type
    3. is not highly contagious
    4. all of the above
    5. none of the above
  1. The Sabin polio vaccine:
    1. is always injected
    2. is composed of killed virus
    3. is not very effective
    4. was the first vaccine against polio developed
    5. is effective in adults in adults only
  1. Rabies is diagnosed by:
    1. complement fixation tests
    2. The wasserman test
    3. VDRL test
    4. Microscopic examination of brain tissue
    5. Microscopic examination of urine samples
  1. Which of the following is not an event in septicemia produced by gram-negative organisms?
    1. invasion of blood from a primary site of infection
    2. release of endotoxin
    3. release of exotoxin
    4. decreased blood pressure
    5. shock
  1. The causative organism of boils is:
    1. S. fecalis
    2. Stapj aureus
    3. Yersinia pestis
    4. E. coli
    5. S. mutans
  1. Streptococcus pyogenes may cause:
    1. impitego
    2. scarlet fever
    3. streo throat
    4. rheumatic fever
    5. all of the above
  1. Herpes zoster (varicella zoster) causes:
    1. small pox
    2. rubella
    3. shingles
    4. nails
    5. rubeola
  1. The correct name for the two weeks measles or red measles is:
    1. rubella
    2. rubeola
    3. yaws
    4. shingles
    5. herpes simplex
  1. The genus of the organism which causes diphtheria is:
    1. corynebacterium
    2. streptococcus
    3. haemophillius
    4. proteus
    5. serratia
  1. Which of the following organisms causes pneumonia
    1. streptococcus pneumoniae
    2. mycobacterium tuberculae
    3. streptococcus pyogenes
    4. hemophilic influenza
    5. corynebacterium diphtheria
  1. Bordetella pertussis causes:
    1. sore throat
    2. the heartbreak of psoriasis
    3. whooping cough
    4. impitego
    5. endocarditis
  1. Tuberculosis is or may be transmitted by:
    1. eating or drinking utensils
    2. airborne dropplets
    3. bed linen
    4. other fomites
    5. all of the above
  1. A disease which closely resembles tuberculosis but is caused by a fungus is known as:
    1. influenza
    2. coccidioidemycosis
    3. trichomoniasis
    4. thrush
    5. pneumonia
  1. The type of hepatitis which would most likely be obtained by blood transfusion would be:
    1. type A
    2. type B
    3. type D
    4. type H
    5. type C
  1. Hepatitis can be treated by:
    1. antibiotics
    2. sulfa drugs
    3. disinfectants
    4. antiseptics
    5. there is no known treatment
  1. Typhoid fever is not spread by:
    1. contaminated water
    2. contaminated food
    3. improper treatment of sewage
    4. improper food handling
    5. air born dust particles
  1. Gasteroenteristsis may be caused by:
    1. Escherichia species
    2. Salmonella species
    3. Shingella species
    4. The polio virus
    5. All of the above

    A protozoan which causes a gastrointestinal disorder is

    1. Paramecium bursae
    2. Entamoeba bistolytica
    3. Shingella dysenterea
    4. Amoeba chaos
    5. Dictyostellium discodoidium
  1. A disease which can be caused by improper processed food is
    1. tetanus
    2. gas gangrene
    3. botulism
    4. desert rheumatism
    5. syphilis
  1. The causative organism of puerperal fever is
    1. Shigella dysenteriae
    2. Giardia lamblia
    3. Staphyloccuc aureus
    4. Streptococcus pyogenus
    5. Yersina pestis
  1. Which of the following does not cause a venereal disease?
    1. Treponema palladium
    2. Neisseria gonorrhea
    3. Genital herpes
    4. Trypanusoma Lewisi
  1. Meningitis may be caused by
  1. Neisseria meningitis
  2. Streptococcus pneumonia
  3. Haemophilous influenza
  4. E. coli
  5. All of the above
  1. Which of the following diseases does not affect the nervous system?
  1. rabies
  2. Hansenís disease
  3. Meningitis
  4. Polio
  5. Tuberculosis
  1. Tularemia is usually contracted by
  1. air borne droplets
  2. sewage contaminated water
  3. contact with wild animals
  4. sexual contact
  5. none of the above
  1. Undulant fever (Brucellosis) is an occupation hazard among
  1. Hospital workers
  2. Dental workers
  3. Meat packers
  4. Missionaries to tropical countries
  5. Mechanics
  1. Which of the following organisms is the cause of gas gangrene?
  1. Clostrium tetani
  2. Clostridium botulinum
  3. Clostridium perfringins
  4. Clostridium gangrenous
  5. None of the above
  1. A wound may become infected with Clostridium tetani. IF this should happen the person might well contract
  1. gas gangrene
  2. botulism
  3. tetanus
  4. Ranchapora jungle rot
  5. Creepus clapus
  1. Which of the following disease utilize mosquitoes as vectors?
  1. plague
  2. yellow fever
  3. tularemia
  4. dengue fever
  5. Bangís disease
  1. The causative organism of malaria, Plasmodium vivax, is a
  1. fungus
  2. protazoan
  3. virus
  4. bacterium
  5. algea
  1. The causative organism of plague is
  1. Francisella tularensis
  2. Plasmodium ovale
  3. Yersinia pestis
  4. Aedes aegypti
  5. Nigrosine plagus
  1. Rickets prowazekii is the cause of
  1. Typhoid fever
  2. Rabbit fever
  3. Indulant fever
  4. Relapsing fever
  5. Epidemic typus
  1. Rocky Mountain spotted fever is transmitted by
  1. fleas
  2. lice
  3. ticks
  4. mosquitos
  5. sexual contact
  1. The principal cause of surgical wound infections is
  1. Staphyloccus aureus
  2. Streptococcus fecalis
  3. Candida albicans
  4. Corynebacterium diphtheria
  5. None of the above
  1. Inflammation of the lining of the heart, especially around the valves, is known as
  1. myocarditis
  2. endocarditis
  3. valveitus
  4. vascularitis
  5. angina
  1. Acute bacterial conjunctivitis is the correct name for
  1. trachoma
  2. pinkeye
  3. inclusion conjunctivitis
  4. adenovirus infection
  5. gonococcal conjunctivitis

 

 

 

BIOLOGY 2420 - EXAM IVB

CHOOSE THE MOST CORRECT ANWSER.

  1. The study of disease occurrence in population best defines
  1. infection
  2. epidemiology
  3. CDC
  4. WHO
  5. PHS
  1. A disease which occurs in localized, unpredictable outbreaks would be
  1. endemic
  2. sporadic
  3. pandemic
  4. epidemic
  5. unusual
  1. Ranchapora jungle rot occurs in the Asian country of Backwasha at the rate of one case per 1000 population under normal circumstances. Following an unusually wet year the incidence rose to 50 cases per 1000 population. Under these circumstances the public health officials would probably declare that jungle rot was now
  1. pandemic
  2. sporadic
  3. endemic
  4. epidemic
  5. myopic
  1. The reservoir for a particular disease describes
  1. the means of transmission
  2. the means of body entry
  3. the means of body exit
  4. the source of the disease
  5. none of the above
  1. The principal reservoir for zoonoses is
  1. human beings
  2. water
  3. animals other than humans
  4. food
  5. soil
  1. The most likely reservoir for a pathogenic fungus would be
  1. fresh food
  2. clean water
  3. human beings
  4. soil
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. An example of a fomite would be
  1. a health care person
  2. an arthropod
  3. a drinking glass
  4. a bat
  5. a mosquito
  1. Which of the following is not a normal portal of entry for an infection disease?
  1. respiratory tract
  2. digestive system
  3. eyes
  4. ears
  5. circulatory system
  1. A method of disease transmission prevention, which depends upon increasing the immunity of the population, is
  1. proper food handling
  2. proper sewage disposal
  3. vaccination
  4. control of mosquitoes
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. Which of the following is a natural defense mechanism of the mouth against oral disease?
  1. shedding of epithelium
  2. rinsing action of saliva
  3. buffering of saliva
  4. secretion of IgA
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. An important contributer to plaque is
  1. dextranase
  2. glucose
  3. starch
  4. dextran
  5. fructose
  1. Which of the following is NOT a function of microbial activity in plaque
  1. calculus formation
  2. acid production
  3. toxin production
  4. precipitation of calcium and phosphate
  5. increase in pH
  1. Erosion of dental enamel by acids best defines
  1. caries
  2. ANUG
  3. peridontitis
  4. gingivitis
  5. dry socket
  1. The type of peridontal disease which seems to be precipitated by stress is
  1. peridontitis
  2. ANUG
  3. gingivitis
  4. caries
  5. dry socket
  1. Invasion of the spongy bone by bacteria describes the condition known as
  1. dry socket
  2. osteomyelitis
  3. ANUG
  4. peridontitis
  5. gingivitis
  1. A focal infection is one which
  1. begins in a local section of the body and then spreads to other regions of the body
  2. has its principal focus in the mouth
  3. the area of infection is very small
  4. the area of infection is very large
  5. none of the above are correct
  1. The most serious saliva born disease in humans is
  1. herpes type I
  2. herpes type II
  3. AIDS
  4. hepatitis B
  5. hepatitis A
  1. Oral disease may be prevented by
  1. regular brushing and flossing of the teeth
  2. utilization of fluoride, especially in the drinking water
  3. controlling the frequency of sugar in the diet
  4. avoiding sweet, sticky foods
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. Which of the following is not normally a part of the normal flora of the skin?
  1. propioniobacteria
  2. diptheroids
  3. micrococci
  4. streptococci
  5. staphylococci
  1. The greatest density of skin organism would be expected
  1. upon the back
  2. upon the elbow
  3. upon the lower arm
  4. under the neck
  5. in the arm pit
  1. The principal cause of boils is
  1. streptococcus pyogenes
  2. herpes simplex
  3. staphylococcus aureus
  4. yersinia pestis
  5. none of the above is correct
  1. Herpes zoster causes
  1. chicken pox
  2. shingles
  3. measles
  4. impetigo
  5. boils
  1. The causative organism of measles (rubella) is a (an)
  1. bacterium
  2. herpes virus
  3. paramyxovirus
  4. myxovirus
  5. rhabdovirus
  1. Although this is a mild disease in most people, it can cause severe birth defects in unborn children during the first trimester. It is
  1. rubeola
  2. impetigo
  3. carbuncles
  4. rubella
  5. none of the above
  1. Fungal infections of the skin may be caused by organisms belonging to the genus
  1. Trichophyton
  2. Microsporum
  3. Epidermophyton
  4. Candida
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. Which of the following would NOT be considered a part of the normal flora of the upper respiratory tract?
  1. diptheroids
  2. micrococci
  3. mycobacteria
  4. streptococci
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. A 24-hour strep colony on a blood sugar plate shows a clear zone around it which is 2 mm wide. This species would belong to
  1. alpha group
  2. beta group
  3. gamma group
  4. delta group
  5. theta group
  1. Streptococcus pyogenes causes
  1. strep throat
  2. scarlet fever
  3. rheumatic fever
  4. puerperal fever
  5. all of the above
  1. The genus Corynebacterium contains the species that causes
  1. psoriasis
  2. tuberculosis
  3. diptheria
  4. otitis media
  5. rheumatic fever
  1. Ear ache is caused by
  1. Streptococcus pyogenes
  2. Streptococcus pneumoniae
  3. Haemophilus influenzae
  4. viruses
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. The form of pneumonia which is most often associated with alcoholics is caused by the organism
  1. Streptococcus pneumoniae
  2. Mycoplasma pneumoniae
  3. Klebsiella pneumoniae
  4. Paramyxoviruses
  5. none of the above
  1. Legionellosis is controlled by
  1. vaccination
  2. proper food treatment
  3. erytromycin
  4. treatment of drinking water
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. Bordetella pertusis causes
  1. tuberculosis
  2. whooping cough
  3. legionaireís disease
  4. lobar pneumonia
  5. bronchiopneumonia
  1. Diagnosis of TB is by means of the
  1. Schick test
  2. Wasserman test
  3. VDRL test
  4. Flocculation test
  5. none of the above is correct
  1. The group of viruses that are responsible for influenza are the
  1. Haemophillius influenzae
  2. Paramyzoviruses
  3. Rhabdoviruses
  4. Myxoviruses
  5. Herpes viruses
  1. Respiratory disease resembling tuberculosis may be caused by fungi belonging to the genus
  1. Coccidioides
  2. Epidermophyton
  3. Microsporum
  4. Candida
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. The common gastroenteritis than plagues travelers to other counties is usually caused by
  1. Shiqella dysenteriae
  2. Salmonella typhi
  3. Salmonella enteritis
  4. E. coli
  5. The Norwalk agent
  1. Non typhoid salmonellosis is usually obtained from
  1. impure water
  2. other people
  3. poultry or other domestic animals
  4. mosquitoes
  5. none of the above
  1. The best way to prevent both typhoid fever and cholera is
  1. vaccination
  2. antibiotics
  3. mosquito control
  4. proper food, water, and sewage handling
  5. none of the above is correct
  1. The Norwalk agent is the primary gent responsible for
  1. mumps
  2. hepatitis
  3. infant gastroenteritis
  4. adult viral gastroenteritis
  5. bacterial gastroenteritis
  1. You would most likely contract hepatitis A from
  1. blood transfusion
  2. a dirty hypodermic needle
  3. improperly handled food
  4. sexual transmission
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. A disease which is contracted by ingestion of protozoan cysts would be
  1. Giardiasis
  2. Salmonellosis
  3. Brucellosis
  4. Typhus
  5. Tularemia
  1. The most common cause of food poisoning is
  1. Streptococcus
  2. Staphylococcus
  3. Salmonella
  4. E. coli
  5. Claviceps
  1. Food poisoning from improperly canned food would be caused by
  1. clostidrium botulinum
  2. clostidrium perfringins
  3. clostidrium tetani
  4. salmonella
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. The toxin produced by aspergillus flavus is known as
  1. ergot
  2. hemotoxin
  3. hemolysin
  4. aflatoxin
  5. endotoxin
  1. Which of the following genera would not be considered part of the normal flora of the urethra?
  1. Echerichia
  2. Streptococcus
  3. Neisseria
  4. Mycobacterium
  5. Bacteroides
  1. In the female genital tract, estrogen seems to promote the growth of
  1. a. E. coli
  2. Lactobacillus
  3. Staph
  4. Strep
  5. None of the above
  1. Which of the following is true of urinary tract infections?
  1. 90% originate from the normal flora
  2. 50% are caused by E. coli
  3. most occur in females
  4. pseudomonas aeruginosa is the most difficult infective organism to control
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. puerperal fever is caused by
  1. staphylococcus aureus
  2. pseudomonas aeruginosa
  3. streptococcus fecalis
  4. streptococcus pyogenes
  5. chlamydia trachomatis
  1. The most prevalent bacterial disease in the nation is
  1. gonorrhea
  2. syphilis
  3. NGU
  4. Toxic shock syndrome
  5. AIDS
  1. Treponema pallidum causes
  1. gonorrhea
  2. NGU
  3. Toxic shock syndrome
  4. Syphilis
  5. The heartbreak of psoriasis
  1. Which of the following is not a sexually transmitted disease?
  1. NGU
  2. Syphilis
  3. Gonorrhea
  4. Hepatitis B
  5. Hepatitis A
  1. The disease AIDS can be transmitted by
  1. blood
  2. sexual means
  3. incidental contact
  4. sneezing
  5. a and b are correct
  1. Genital herpes is caused primarily by
  1. herpes type I
  2. herpes type II
  3. herpes zoster
  4. HTLV III-LAV
  5. None of the above
  1. The organism that causes most cases of meningitis is children under five is
  1. neisseria meningitides
  2. hemophilus influenzae
  3. mycobacterium meningitis
  4. streptococcus pneumoniae
  5. none of the above is correct
  1. Meningococcal meningitis is transmitted by
  1. mosquitos
  2. contaminated food
  3. air bone droplets
  4. contaminated water
  5. wild animals
  1. The more severe form of Hansenís disease is the
  1. tuberculoid form
  2. lepromatous form
  3. quarantine
  4. mosquito control
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. Poliomyelitis is controlled by
  1. vaccination
  2. antibiotics
  3. quarantine
  4. mosquito control
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. Rabies is almost always transmitted by
  1. sexual contact
  2. the bite of a reptile
  3. the bit of a warm blooded animal
  4. droplets of saliva inhaled from a rabid animal
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. The CNS is protected by
  1. bone
  2. membranes
  3. the immune response system
  4. the RE system
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. The most common bacterial cause of endocarditis is
  1. streptococcus pyogenes
  2. streptococcus aureus
  3. streptococcus fecalis
  4. staphylococcus epidermis
  5. toxoplasma gondii
  1. The principal damage caused by Gram negative organisms in septicemia is due to
  1. endotoxin
  2. exotoxins
  3. fever/
  4. constriction of blood vessels
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. A virally converted strain of Staphylococcus aureus causes
  1. septicemia
  2. tularemia
  3. toxic shock syndrome
  4. brucellosis
  5. myocarditis
  1. A severe bacterial infection that is frequently contracted from wild rabbits is
  1. brucellosis
  2. plague
  3. toxic shock syndrome
  4. tularemia
  5. myocarditis
  1. Brucellosis is usually contracted from
  1. wild animals
  2. domestic animals
  3. mosquitos
  4. air borne droplets
  5. contaminated water
  1. mononucleosis is caused by a
  1. bacterium
  2. fungus
  3. virus
  4. protozoan
  5. none of the above
  1. Toxoplasmosis would be more prevalent among people who keep _____ as pets
  1. dogs
  2. cats
  3. birds
  4. pythons
  5. ticks
  1. The principal infective agent of surgical wounds is
  1. streptococcus pyogenes
  2. enterobacter aerogenes
  3. staphylococcus aureus
  4. yersinia pestis
  5. viruses
  1. Clostridium perfringens causes
  1. botulism
  2. tetanus
  3. gas gangrene
  4. yellow fever
  5. malaria
  1. Sporotrichum schenckii is a
  1. virus
  2. bacteria
  3. fungus
  4. protozoan
  5. prion
  1. Which of the following is not transmitted by a mosquito?
  1. malaria
  2. yellow fever
  3. encephalitis
  4. bubonic plague
  1. Yersinia pestis causes
  1. yellow fever
  2. malaria
  3. encephalitis
  4. pneumonic plague
  5. none of the above is correct
  1. Epidemic typhus is caused by
  1. yersinia pestis
  2. rickettsia prowazekii
  3. rickettsia rickettsia
  4. coxiella burnetii
  5. none of the above is correct
  1. Borrelia recurrentis causes
  1. yellow fever
  2. typhus
  3. relapsing fever
  4. Q fever
  5. Rocky mountain spotted fever
  1. Which of the following is transmitted by a louse?
  1. Q fever
  2. Bubonic plague
  3. Typhus
  4. Rocky mountain spotted fever
  5. More than one of the above is correct
  1. Chlamydia trachomatis causes
  1. trachoma
  2. inclusion conjunctivitis
  3. gonococcal conjunctivitis
  4. pinkeye
  5. more than one of the above is correct
  1. You would most likely expect to see pneumocystosis in a person suffering from
  1. pneumonia
  2. AIDS
  3. Myocarditis
  4. Trachoma
  5. Trichiosis
  1. Enterobius vermicularis is responsible for
  1. hookworm disease
  2. tapeworm disease
  3. pinworm disease
  4. liver disease
  5. septicemia
  1. Trichinosis would most likely be obtained by
  1. the bite of a mosquito
  2. inhaling spores
  3. eating undercooked pork
  4. drinking contaminated water
  5. none of the above
  1. The source of paralytic shellfish poison is
  1. shellfish
  2. bacteria
  3. algae
  4. viruses
  5. protozoa