Microbiology Disease Quiz Essay

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____ is caused by Human parvovirus
(B-19) while, ____ is caused by the
Variolla virus. ____ is due to the
Varicella Zoster virus while ____ is caused by the Human Papiloma virus.

Fifth disease
Small pox
Chickenpox
Warts

____ refers to measles while ____ refers to German measles.

Rubeola, Rubella

"Herpes zoster" is another name for
A. typhoid fever
B. rheumatic fever
C. shingles
D. conjunctivitis

shingles

Acanthamoaeba Keratitis is a rare disorder associated with contact lens wearers and is caused by a(n)___.

Amoeba

African Sleeping Sickness

Disease vector is the Tsetse fly, can cause muscle tremors, slurred speech, seizures or coma

Anthrax

Acquired through inhalation or cutaneous introduction of spores into the body Clostridium tetani

Toxin released causes muscle contractions leading to lockjaw

Conjunctivitis can be caused by both a bacteria or a virus.
True
False

True

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Creutzfeldt-Jacob

Caused by a prion and can cause dementia 17.

Cryptoccosis

Fungal infection found mostly in immunosuppressed patients; can cause pulmonary infection, meningitis, fever, fatigue, and blurred vision 18.

Cystitis

Inflammation of the urinary bladder

Cystitis is usually caused by
A. E. coli
B. S. aureus
C. S. pyogenes
D. P. stuartii

E. coli

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Endocarditis

Heart

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Folliculitis

Infection of follicles on the face, scalp, ect. 22.

Gangrene

Caused by Clostridium perfingens

Gas Gangrene

alpha toxins rupture red blood cells

Genital warts are caused by
A. Herpes simplex type 2
B. Neisseria gonorrhea C. Human papiloma virus
D. Chlaymadia trachomatis Human papiloma virus

Glomerulonephritis occurs is the
A. Kidney
B. Spleen
C. Lungs
D. Liver

Kidney

Hepatitis A is the leading cause of liver transplantation.
True
False

False

HPV is associated with __ cancer.

cervical

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Aspergillus fumigatus

Lungs

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Burkitt's Lymphoma is a tumor of the
__.

jaw

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Candida albicans is a __ that causes
Thrush.

yeast

The causative agent of pinworms is
A. Taenia species
B. Enterobius vermicularis
C. Schistosoma mansoni
D. Trichinella spiralis

Enterobius vermicularis Chicken pox is a type of
A. Retrovirus
B. Herpesvirus
C. Orthomyxovirus
D. Adenovirus

Herpesvirus

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Chikungunya

Joints

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Clostridium botulinum

Causes paralysis of muscles; usually the organism is ingested, now used in BOTOX

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Impetigo

Burning and itching papules with yellow crust

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Leptospira interrogans

Mostly in tropics, targets kidney, liver, brain, and eyes; spread by animals, becomes infected when ingested OR through mucous membranes Listeria monocytogenes Found in raw or contaminated milk/cheese; can lead to meningitis, generally causes fever, aches, vomiting, and diarrhea.

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Listeriosis

Caused by consumption of raw milk 32.

Loa Loa worm

Eyes

Lyme disease, Rocky
Mountain Spotted
Fever and Relapsing
Fever are all transmitted by a __.

tick

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Mumps

Parotid glands

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Mycobacterium leprae

Skin

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Necrotizing Fasciitis

rapidly spreading infection, that causes tissue death

Neisseria gonorrhoea causes __ in up to half of infected women.
A. Septicemia
B. Allergies
C. Toxic shock
D. Pelvic inflammatory disease Pelvic inflammatory disease

Niclosamide would be used to treat
A. Salmonella
B. Lice
C. Tapeworm infections D. Hepatitis B

Tapeworm infections

Of the following, which
FOUR can be caused by
S. aureus.
Impetigo
Scarlet Fever
Folliculitis
Tinea
Chicken Pox
Cellulitis
Rubella
Fifth disease
Acne
Osteomyelitis

Impetigo
Folliculitis
Cellulitis
Osteomyelitis

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Of the following, which would require AT LEAST a six month course of antibiotic treatment?
A. Hepatits A
B. Tuberculosis
C. Chlamydia
D. Diptheria

Tuberculosis

Otis media occurs in the
A. Eye
B. Middle ear
C. Lungs
D. Inner ear

Middle ear

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Pediculosis

Lice infection

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PID

Female…