FINAL Supplement - CHAP 10

FINAL Supplement - CHAP 10 - Questions for CHAPTER 10 1....

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Page 1 Questions for CHAPTER 10 1. The organism of gonorrhea A) resists destruction during autoclaving. B) survives for long periods of time on a dry surface. C) occurs in spore and vegetative forms. D) is rarely contracted from a dry surface such as toilet seat. E) is a staphylococcus. 2. Cases of rat bite fever may be due to either A) staphylococcus or an anaerobic rod. B) streptobacillus or a streptococcus. C) mold or a spiral bacterium. D) rigid spiral bacterium or a streptobacillus. E) protozoan or an anaerobic rod. 3. The organism of leprosy A) may be cultivated in the laboratory on nutrient agar. B) grows only in blood culture medium. C) belongs to the same genus as the tubercle bacillus. D) is commonly found in raw milk. E) grows only at very high temperatures. 4. Mycoplasmal urethritis and granuloma inguinale are similar in that A) both are diseases caused by spirochetes. B) both diseases are transmitted by sexual contact. C) both diseases affect the groin and spinal cord. D) both are diseases primarily of children. E) both diseases are caused by anaerobic rods. 5. Trachoma is A) a foodborne disease of the intestine. B) a spirochetal disease of the lungs. C) a sexually-transmitted disease caused by a rickettsia. D) a chlamydial disease of the eyes. E) an airborne disease of the lungs.
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Page 2 6. All the following are characteristic signs of secondary syphilis except A) flat wart-like skin lesions. B) gummae. C) swollen lymph glands. D) patchy loss of hair and eyebrows. E) staphylococci from the vaginal tract. 7. Infection due to Haemophilus ducreyi may be identified by the isolation of A) staphylococci from skin lesions. B) diplococci from the spinal fluid. C) Gram-negative rods from the genital papules. D) Gram-positive rods from the feces. E) staphylococci from the vaginal tract. 8. A case of actinomycosis may be related to all the following except A) a dental extraction. B) consumption of canned food. C) an ulcer in the intestinal tissue. D) sinuses of the chest wall. 9. Recent years have witnessed the appearance of gonorrhea attributed to A) Gram-positive sporeforming rods. B) molds or yeasts. C) penicillin-resistant diplococci. D) anaerobic diplococci that produce coagulase. E) molds. 10. Nosocomial diseases are those A) acquired by the bite of an arthropod. B) which affect the reproductive organs. C) which are due exclusively to fungi. D) acquired during hospitalization. E) which are associated with the nose. 11. Species of Bacteroides A) inhabit the large intestines and feces of most individuals. B) cause nocardiosis. C) are acid-fast funguslike rods. D) are widely encountered as causes of dental cavities. E) cannot grow at human body temperatures.
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Page 3 12. The chancre is a painless, circular, purplish ulcer associated with A) toxic shock syndrome. B) the ulcers due to Haemophilus influenzae.
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