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Cantrell 3156 SG4 Fall 2007 Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. About what percent of new STIs in the U.S. involve those in the 15-24-year-old range? a. 50% b. 60% c. 70% d. 80% e. 90% 2. If people have a "punishment concept" of STIs, then they a. feel shame for any STI they might contract. b. think those who develop STIs deserve them. c. feel inadequate about any STI they might contract. d. all of these are true e. none of these are true 3. Compared with men, women are a. more likely to contract chlamydia, and more likely to have symptoms if they do. b. less likely to contract chlamydia, but more likely to have symptoms if they do. c. more likely to contract chlamydia, but less likely to have symptoms if they do. d. less likely to contract chlamydia, and less likely to have symptoms if they do. e. about equally likely to contract chlamydia, and about equally likely to have symptoms if they do. 4. A woman who has had a caesarian section delivery, and who is breastfeeding her infant, discovers her infant has an STI. If the infant contracted the STI from the woman, then the STI is most likely a. gonorrhea. b. chlamydia. c. herpes. d. HIV. e. from the information provided, there is no way to determine which STI is most likely. 5. Surveys show that those least likely to receive STI testing and yearly pelvic exams are a. bisexual women. b. heterosexual women. c. lesbians. d. a and b are about equally least likely e. a, b, and c are about equally likely 6. Contraceptive methods which have been shown to substantially reduce STI transmission include a. condoms. b. contraceptive foam containing nonoxynol-9. c. IUDs. d. all of these are true e. none of these are true 7. Which of the following is least likely? a. contracting pubic lice from wearing the clothing of someone who is infested b. contracting pubic lice from sleeping in the bed of someone who is infested c. contracting chlamydia from oral sex (male from female) d. contracting chlamydia from oral sex (female from male) e. contracting AIDS from oral sex 8. A person is experiencing severe genital itching, a common symptom of a. pubic lice. b. scabies. c. gonorrhea. d. pubic lice and scabies. e. scabies and gonorrhea. 9. A woman says, "I can't have chlamydia! I don't have any of the symptoms." Your most accurate reply would be a. "You're almost certainly right; about 95% of infected women have symptoms." b. "You're probably right; about 80% of infected women have symptoms." c. "You might be right; about 60% of infected women have symptoms." d. "You might be right, but only about 40% of infected women have symptoms." e. "You might be right, but only about 25% of infected women have symptoms." 10. The least common--in terms of new cases per year in the U.S.--of the following STIs is a. gonorrhea.... View Full Document

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