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    What is the O antigen of Enterobacteriaceae? A. Cell surface polysaccharide B. A channel controlling substance taken into the organism. C. A flagellar protein D. A peptidoglycan matrix important for cellular rigidity E. Cell wall lipopolysaccharide
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    Which of the following extracellular enzymes produced by Group A-streptococci is called ?spreading factor?, an enzyme important in skin and soft tissue infection? A. Streptokinase B. Hyaluronidase C. M Protein D. Deoxyribonuclease C E. None of the above
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    A common characteristic of Capnocytophaga, Moraxella, and Eikenella is that they? A. Are anaerobic B. Are they part of the normal flora of the upper respiratory tract? C. Cause urinary tract infections D. Are they gram positive?
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    Taenia saginata and Taenia solium are similar in many ways, but Taenia solium is more dangerous. Which of the following makes T. solium more dangerous? A. It has an armed scolex B. It has fewer uterine branches than T. saginata C. Man can be infected as an intermediate host by eating the eggs from T. solium D. The cyst or larvae form ingested from pork is more potent than the cyst from beef E. It produces more eggs than T. saginata
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    A physician calls from an outlying hospital to report that his patient has passed a large, white, round worm with pointed ends that is about 8 inches long. He is concerned this could be Echinococcus but the only parasite that matches this description is Ascaris lumbricoides. Which of the following is false regarding Ascaris lumbricoides? A. Most infected humans are asymptomatic B. Large numbers of larvae passing through the lung can cause asthma type symptoms C. Large numbers of adult worms in the gut can cause obstruction D. The fertilized unembryonated egg passed in the stool requires a period of time to embryonate before it becomes infectious E. Heavy infection has been associated with rectal prolapse
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    Each of the following statements (except one) is true regarding malaria. Which one is false? A. Once someone has malaria infection, they will have it for the rest of their life in spite of treatment B. All persons who contract P. vivax malaria have Duffy Antigen present on their red blood cells C. Persons with sickle cell trait or disease are more resistant to serious malaria D. Schuffner's dots in red cell cytoplasm are most consistent with P. vivax or ovale malaria E. One way to help diagnose P. malariae is to carefully record the pattern of symptoms since it is the only species to have a 72 hour interval of symptoms
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    Characteristics of a bacterial capsule include? A. All bacteria have one B. It is composed of peptidoglycan C. It is an important mechanism for protecting a bacteria against ingestion by PMNs D. It is what causes the gram stain reaction
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    Which of the following statements regarding mycoplasmas is NOT correct? A. Mycoplasmas are the smallest free-living micro-organisms. B. Mycoplasmas are resistant to cell wall active antibiotics. C. Mycoplasmas are common commensals of the respiratory and urogenital tracts. D. Mycoplasmas stain well with the Gram's stain. E. Mycoplasmas grow slowly on enriched media.
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    All Enterobacteriaceae share all of the following characteristics EXCEPT? A. Ferment glucose B. Reduce nitrates to nitrites C. Oxidase positive D. Gram negative E. Rod-shaped (bacilli)
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    Rabies reaches the central nervous system by? A. Hematogenous distribution B. Neurotropic spread C. Entry into brain within macrophages D. Both "A" and "B"
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    Rabies virus produces infection of? A. Astrocytes B. Oligodendrocytes C. Neurons D. Macrophages
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    Itching around the rectum is commonly caused by the pinworm, Enterobius vermicularis. Which of the following is false regarding pinworms? A. It has a simple rectum to mouth life cycle (do not scratch your bum and suck your thumb) B. Diagnosis is best made by a stool O&P exam C. It is highly contagious infecting a number of members of a family at the same time D. Spread can be prevented by good hygiene E. The egg is oval, flat on one side and contains a single larvae folded over like a safety pin
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    Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease is caused by? A. JC virus B. Pumuula virus C. Prions D. SV40 virus
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    The single most important characteristic of diarrhea caused by Vibrio cholera is? A. Profound watery diarrhea B. Severe abdominal pain C. Massive bloody diarrhea D. Renal insufficiency
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    Nonfermentative gram negative bacilli are? A. Strict aerobes B. Catalase negative C. Beta-hemolytic on sheep blood agar D. Spore forming
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    Common symptoms of hepatitis include? A. Fever, nausea, diarrhea B. Malaise, anorexia, jaundice C. Nausea, vomiting, right upper quadrant abdominal pain D. Clear urine, dark colored stools, anorexia
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    Trichuris trichiura or whipworm is a frequent parasite found in humans. Which of the following is false for Trichuris trichiura? A. Heavy infestations may result in diarrhea sometimes associated with blood B. Light infections may be asymptomatic C. The eggs have a barrel-like appearance with bipolar plugs D. After ingestion the eggs hatch into larvae that migrate through the lung before maturing in the duodenum E. Eggs passed in stool are unembryonated, so they require a time to mature in the soil before they become infectious
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    An important characteristic of mycobacteria is that they are? * A. Gram negative B. Rapid growing (doubling time 15 minutes) C. Acid fast D. Alpha hemolytic
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    Serologic conversion to a positive test for HIV infection occurs? A. In 2-3 days B. In 3-4 weeks C. In 3-6 months D. May take up to 10 years
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    An ophthalmologist from Cameroon, Africa describes the microfilaria seen in the eye of patients with Onchocerciasis. He states that he treats only after finding 30+ microfilaria because of the toxicity of Diethyl-Carbamazine that was used for treatment. Now with a less toxic agent, (Ivermectin) a major attempt is being made to eradicate Onchocerca volvulus. Which statement is false regarding Onchocerca volvulus? A. It is transmitted by the Simulian Black fly that reproduces in rapidly moving water B. Itching of the skin is a prominent feature of this disease C. The adults live in a nodule on the skin with the female producing large numbers of microfilaria that migrate under the skin D. Diagnosis can sometimes be made by finding the microfilaria in a skin snip or skin biopsy E. The microfilaria mates in the human skin and develop into the adult parasite
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