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13. Therequirement for an in~ct vector in the
transmission of human disease is a common
characteristic of all the infectious agen ts
included in the genus
1. Bedsonia.
2. Brucella.
3. Treponema.
4. Mycoplasma.
5. Rickettsia.
14.
A substance which helps prepare bacteria for
phagocytosis is
1. interferon.
2. opsonin.
3. antitoxin.
4. bacteriolysin.
15. The delayed type of hypersensitivity is
demonstrated in
1. anaphylaxis.
2. a positive tuberculin skin test.
3. a wh~al and flare reaction. .
4. the passivetransfer of sensitizing
antibody.
16. A collagenase-producing microorganismwhich
has been associated with periodontal disease is
1. Bacillus subtilis.
2. &cteroidesmelaninqgenicus. .
3. Clostridium perfringens.
4. Treponema microdentium.
5. Staphylococcus epidermidis.
17. Serological and phage typing of pathogenic
bacterial species are used to
1. provide a basis for immunization.
2. determine whether the agent is motile.
3. permit application of specific therapy.
4. establish the genusof the infective agent.
5. identify bacteria/strains in disease
outbreaks.
18.
Dry heat destroys microorganisms primarily by
1. lysis.
2. oxidation.
3. precipitationof salts.
4. coagulationof protein.
5. accelerationof enzymemetabolism.
19. Of the following, squamous metaplasia is
most commonly encountered in the
1. thyroid.
2. stomach.
3. oral mucosa.
4. fallopian tube.
5. bronchial mucosa.
20. The first vascular reaction to injury in the
sequence of events in inflammation is
1. margination of leukocytes.
2. dilation of blood vessels.
3. movement of leukocytes toward the
irritant.
4. increased capillary permeability.
5. phagocytosis of bacteria and other
particles.
21. The componen ts in the cell wall of
Mycobacteriaceae responsible for
acid-fastness are
1. mucoproteins.
2. teichoic acids.
3. polysaccharides.
4. lipids and waxes.
5. magnesium ribonucleates.
22. A decubital ulcer is an example of tissue
destruction caused by
1. toxemia.
2. ischemia.
3. infection.
4. neoplasia.
5. radiation.
23. The most characteristic lesion of rheumatic
fever, scleroderma and rheumatoid arthritis is
1. fatty degeneration.
2. amyloid degeneration.
3. hyaline degeneration.
4. fibrinoid degeneration.
5. Monckeberg's sclerosis.
24. Massiveaccumulation of glycogen in the liver
and the kidney is characteristic of
1. Marfan's syndrome.
2. diabetes insipidus.
3. von Gierke's disease.
4. Albers-Schonberg disease.
5. von Recklinghausen's disease.
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