Micro II Midterm Practice Questions

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Unformatted text preview: 294 Multiple Choice Questions 1. Major Disease Manifestations, Diagnostic Stage & Specimen of Choice for: Anisakis marina (roundworm of marine mammals & fish) a. Abdominal pain and an eosinophilic granuloma around the migrating larvae in the intestinal wall b. Worldwide; especially tropics. Rare in USA c. Mediterranean area, Asia, Africa, Central America d. Tropics, subtropics, some temperate regions 2. Major Disease Manifestations, Diagnostic Stage & Specimen of Choice for: Leishmania brazilienis (New World leishmaniasis espundia) a. Trophozoites intracellularly in all organs; pseudocysts in brain & other tissue b. Ingestion of fecally contaminated foods & maybe water c. Self-healing skin lesion DIAG: amastigotes in macrophages around skin lesion d. Self-healing skin lesion, later ulceration of cephalic mucocutaneous tissue DIAG: recovery of amastigotes from lesion 3. How Does Infection Occur with: Diemtamoeba fragilis a. Ingestion of trophozoites b. Leishmania tropica c. Plasmodium, Trypanosoma d. Diemtamoeba fragilis 4. How Does Infection Occur with: Schistosoma mansoni (Manson's blood fluke; swamp fever; bilharzia) a. Ingestion of encysted metacercariae on uncooked freshwater vegetation b. Trophozoites in large intestinal mucosa, liver or other tissues c. Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting & abdominal cramps for 1-10 days, with 3 or more loose stools/day d. Capillary bed entry of fork-tailed cercariae via cutaneous tissue from fresh water, migration to venules of colon Micro II Midterm - 294 Questions Quizlet NAME: ________________________ 5. Major Disease Manifestations, Diagnostic Stage & Specimen of Choice for: Trichomonas vaginalis (trich) a. Systemic allergic syptoms & local ulcer formation DIAG: adults in skin ulcer, larvae released into water b. Irritating, frothy discharge in women; menusually asymptomatic. DIAG: trophozoites in urine or vaginal smear (no cysts formed) c. Mild to severe dysentery; malabsorption syndrome DIAG: cysts & trophozoites in feces d. Ingestion of encysted larvae in undercooked meat (pork or bear) 6. Disease Producing Form & Location in Host of: Pneumocystis carinii a. Cysts in lungs b. Unknown c. Sporozoan d. Brugia malay 7. This is a Pathogenic Protozoa: a. Onchoccerca volvulus (binding filaria) b. Plasmodium malariae c. Plasmodium ovale (ovale malaria) d. Loa Loa (eyeworm) 8. The Genera for the Sporozoan of Ciliophora: a. Loa Loa b. Trichomonas c. Tropics d. Balantidium: 9. How Does Infection Occur with: Naegleria fowleri (primary ambeic [acute] meningocephalitis {PAM}) a. Ingestion of cyst in fecally contaminated food or water b. Accidental entrance of free living water-borne trophozoites through nasopharynx mucosa c. Fever, symptoms can resemble malaria DIAG: trophozoites in blood smear d. Amastigotes in macrophages of skin lesions 10. Epidemiology of Plasmodium vivax (benign tertian malaria) a. Trypanosoma Cruzi b. Tropics, subtropics, some temperate regions c. Amebic trophozoites in brain d. Leishmania brazilienisd....
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course MICR 2533 taught by Professor Shahlaabghari during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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