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Question 29 Diapedesis is the
Question 30 Which of the following is not a normal portal of exit of an infectious disease?
Question 31 For the next five questions use the descriptions from the list below to label the course of a UTI (urinary tract infection):
Question Selected Match Pathogen multiplies at high levels; exhibits greatest toxicity; becomes entrenched in bladder tissue; chemotherapy is indicated. A. 4. Immune response; antibiotic result; probiotic replacement of depleted intestinal flora is indicated. D. 2. Intensity of subjective evidence from infection and disease as perceived by the patient. E. 1. Prodromal stage. C. 5. Contact with pathogen at the portal of entry. B. 3. o Question 32 Histamine causes all the following except:
Question 33
Virulence factors include all the following except
Question 34 For questions 91 - 95 use the descriptions from the list below to label the diagram: Questio n Selected Match 91: A. agglutination 92: B. Surface epitope binding mediated by hydrogen bonds and other molecular attractions; tagging 93: D. opsonins increase phagocytic recognition 94: E. antibody recognition of surface receptor molecules to prevent attachment, neutralizes pathogen 95: C.
activation of complement and inflammation o Question 35 Penicillin is most effective against:
Question 36 Live, beneficial microbes provided to populate the intestines are known as:
Question 37 There are fewer antifungal, anti-protozoan and anti-helminth drugs compared to antibacterial drugs because fungi, protozoa, and helminths
Question 38 Nystatin is the recommended drug for:
Question 39 An example of natural passive immunity would be:
Question 40 The most significant cells in graft rejection are:
Question 41
For the next five questions select the disease from the list below which best matches each of the transmission pattern descriptions: o Question Selected Match Communicable by direct acquisition via vertical transmission. E. Treponema palladium (syphilis) Communicable by indirect transmission via air droplets. A. Tuberculosis Communicable by direct transmission via a biological vector. C. Malaria Non-communicable. D. Clostridium tetani (tetanus) Communicable by indirect transmission via fomites. B. Staphylococcus aureus o Question 42 Each of the following contributes to emerging drug resistance except
Question 43 For the next 9 questions match each immunoglobulin with its description. o Question Selected Match indicates a very recent infection. B. IgM accumulates in body secretions. A. IgA provides resistance in the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts. A. IgA is a cell surface receptor on the mast cell. C. IgE
is a major circulating antibody. D. IgG is also called gamma globulin. D. IgG is a maternal antibody that crosses the placenta. D. IgG involved in allergic reactions. C. IgE booster injections of a vaccine raise the level of this antibody. D. IgG o Question 44 Which of the following is not a chief function of inflammation?
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