Practice Exam THREE-Answers

Practice Exam THREE-Answers - Test Code = 11112 MCB 2000...

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MCB 2000 Practice Exam THREE FALL 2011 1. Which of the following is not TRUE of Clostridium genus? (*) They produce endotoxin or LPS (2) They are Gram-positive bacteria capable of producing spores (endospores) (3) They produce neurotoxins (4) They are obligate anaerobes (5) All are TRUE statements 2. The plaque is typically transmitted via the bite of: (1) Ticks (2) Mites (3) Lice (*) Fleas 3. This fugus is the leading cause of pneumonia in elderly, immunocompromized patients, and in people with AIDS (1) Streptococcus pneumonia (2) Mycobacterium tuberculosis (3) Streptococcus pyogenes (4) Klebsiella pneumonia (*) Pneumocystis carinii 4. Sickle-cell trait increase resistance to: (*) Malaria (2) Tularemia (3) Plague (4) Brucellosis 5. What microorganisms are most associated with (contamination of) drinking water and recreational water (1) None of these (2) Cholera (3) Mycobacterium (TB) (4) E. coli (*) Cryptosporidium 6. Which of the following is not TRUE of Clostridium genus? (*) They produce endotoxin or LPS (2) They produce neurotoxins (3) They can cause food poisoning (4) They are Gram-positive bacteria capable of producing spores (endospores) (5) All are TRUE statements 7. Loss of water due to the accumulation of ions in the intestinal tract is the characteristic of:_____________ infection. (1) Helicobacter pylori (2) nterotohemorrhagic EC (3) Salmonella typhi (4) Sheigella dysenteries (*) Enterotoxigenic EC Test Code = 11112
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8. Members of this group of bacteria are G negative, lactose fermenters that can cause variety of diseases such as urinary tract infection, diarrhea, septicemia and Enteric fever. Some are part of the normal flora of intestines. What are they? (1) Fungi (2) Clostridium (3) Sporozoa (4) Toxoplamosis (*) Enterobacteriaceae 9. The principal cause of dental caries is: (*) S. mutans (2) S. salivarius (3) S. mitis (4) S. pyogenes 10. Which of the following causes an infection of the liver? (*) Hepatitis A virus (2) Vibrio (3) Escherichia (4) Salmonella (5) Shigella 11. Which of the following is a characteristic symptom of septic shock? (1) lymphangitis (*) decreased blood pressure (3) Heart murmur (4) maculopapular rash 12. Which disease(s) is (are) included in the DTP vaccine regimen? (*) Whooping cough (2) Pneumonia (3) Tuberculossis (4) Dysentery (bloody diarrhea) (5) All of the above 13. A patient has fever, difficulty breathing, chest pains, fluid in the alveoli, and a positive tuberculin skin test. Gram-positive cocci are isolated from the sputum. The patient most likely has (*) Pneumococcal pneumonia (2) Common cold. (3) Influenza (4) Tuberculosis (5) Mycoplasmal pneumonia 14. The disease characterized by the appearance of a toxin-mediated rash and a whitish coating on the tongue is (1) Strep throat (*) Scarlet fever (3) Smallpox (4) Measles (5) Chickenpox 15. Collection of bacteria that adhere to the surface of the teeth are called: (1) Halitosis (*) Dental plaque (3) Periodontal disease (4) Dental caries Test Code = 11112
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16. TB agent is resistant to most common disinfectanrts
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