A positive tuberculin test assays for the presence of

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32. A Positive Tuberculin Test assays for the Presence of -- A. Mycobacteria (Mycobacterium avium . Mycobacterium bovis , or Mycobacterium tuberculosis ). B. Mycobacteria-Specific Activated (“Enraged”) Macrophages. C. Mycobacteria-Specific Activated CD8 + Cytotoxic T Cells. D. Mycobacteria-Specific Activated CD4 + T H 1 Inflammatory T Cells 33. Streptomycin was initially highly effective against Mycobacteria. However, the Current Recommendation is that Patients with Drug Susceptible Tuberculosis be simultaneously given a Course four Chemotherapeutic Agents (First Line Drugs). One of these Agents binds to RNA Polymerase and blocks the Synthesis of mRNA. Unfortunately, this Agent also produces Orange Tears, Urine and Sweat. This particular First Line Drug against Mycobacteria is --
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MIC 101 Exam 2 Page 24 34. The Final Step of DOTS (Directly Observed Treatment Short course) would involve -- 35. The Norway Study of Syphils was terminated in 1910 because the Head of the Oslo Venereal Clinic concluded that -- 36. In 1931 R. R. Morton, the Director of the Tuskegee Institute proposed -- A. A long Term Study to demonstrate that Blacks tended to be more susceptible to Neurosyphilis. B. A long Term Study to Demonstrate that Blacks tended to be more susceptible to Cardiosyphilis. C. A Temporary, 6 Month Study of the Effects of Untreated Syphilis to demonstrate that Blacks tended to be more susceptible to Cardiosyphilis D. A Temporary, 6 Month Study of the Effects of Untreated Syphilis to emphasize the Necessity of reinstating Mercury Ointment Treatment (with its disappointing Cure Rate of 30%).
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