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    • Microbiology, 9e (Tortora) Chapter 21 Objective Questions 1)
    • Which of the following is not normal microbiota of the skin? A)
    • Streptococcus B)
    • Pityrosporum C)
    • Staphylococcus D)
    • Propionibacteri um E)
    • Corynebacteriu m 2)
    • An 8- female has scabs and pus-filled vesicles on her face and throat. Three weeks earlier she had visited her year-old grandmother who had shingles. What infection does the 8-year-old have? A)
    • Chickenpox B)
    • Measles C)
    • Fever blisters D)
    • Scabies E)
    • German measles 3)
    • Which of the following pairs is mismatched? A)
    • S. aureus  impetigo B)
    • S. pyogenes  erysipelas C)
    • P. acnes  acne D)
    • P. aeruginosa  otitis externa E)
    • None of the above 4)
    • The etiologic agent of warts is A)
    • Papovavirus. B)
    • Poxvirus. C)
    • Herpesvirus. D)
    • Parvovirus E)
    • None of the above. 5)
    • Which of the following is not a characteristic of P. aeruginosa? A)
    • Gram-positive rods B)
    • Oxidative metabolism C)
    • Oxidase positive D)
    • Produce pyocyanin E)
    • None of the above
    • 6)
    • Which of the following pairs is mismatched? A)
    • Pustular rash  smallpox B)
    • Koplik spots  rubella C)
    • Papular rash  measles D)
    • Vesicular rash  chickenpox E)
    • None of the above 7)
    • Which of the following is not transmitted by the respiratory route? A)
    • Smallpox B)
    • Chickenpox C)
    • German measles D)
    • Cold sore E)
    • None of the above 8)
    • Which of these is not caused by herpesvirus? A)
    • Chickenpox B)
    • Shingles C)
    • Keratoconjunc tivitis D)
    • Smallpox E)
    • None of the above 9)
    • Thrush and vaginitis are caused by A)
    • Herpesvirus. B)
    • Chlamydia trachomatis. C)
    • Candida albicans. D)
    • Staphylococcus aureus. E)
    • Streptococcus pyogenes. 10)
    • The greatest single cause of blindness in the world is A)
    • Neonatal gonorrheal ophthalmia. B)
    • Keratoconjunc tivitis. C)
    • Trachoma. D)
    • Inclusion conjunctivitis. E)
    • Pinkeye.
    • 11)
    • Which of the following can be treated with topical chemotherapeutic agents? A)
    • Herpes gladiatorium B)
    • Sporotrichosis C)
    • Dermatomyco sis D)
    • Rubella E)
    • None of the above 12)
    • Which of the following is not a cause of ringworm? A)
    • Microsporum B)
    • Trichophyton C)
    • Tinea capitis D)
    • Epidermophyto n E)
    • None of the above 13)
    • Newbor ns' eyes are treated with an antibiotic when A)
    • N. gonorrhoeae is isolated from the eyes. B)
    • The mother is blind. C)
    • The mother has genital herpes. D)
    • The mother has gonorrhea. E)
    • Always. 14)
    • A possible complication of herpetic keratitis is A)
    • Encephalitis. B)
    • Fever blisters. C)
    • Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis. D)
    • Congenital rubella syndrome. E)
    • None of the above. 15)
    • Which of the following is sensitive to penicillin? A)
    • Chlamydia B)
    • Herpesvirus C)
    • Candida D)
    • Streptococcus E)
    • Pseudomonas
    • 16)
    • Which region of the skin supports the largest bacterial population? A)
    • Axilla B)
    • Scalp C)
    • Forearms D)
    • Legs E)
    • All are equal 17)
    • Which infection is caused by S. aureus? A)
    • Pimples B)
    • Sty C)
    • Furuncle D)
    • Carbuncle E)
    • All of the above 18)
    • Which of the following is not a characteristic used to identify S. pyogenes? A)
    • Coagulase- positive B)
    • Group A cell wall antigen C)
    • Group M proteins D)
    • Beta- hemolytic E)
    • None of the above 19)
    • Which of the following is not a causative agent of conjunctivitis? A)
    • Chlamydia trachomatis B)
    • Herpes simplex C)
    • Adenovirus D)
    • Neisseria gonorrhoeae E)
    • Hemophilus aegyptii 20)
    • In which of the following respects is measles similar to German measles? A)
    • Rash B)
    • Etiologic agent C)
    • Encephalitis as a complication D)
    • Congenital complications E)
    • In name only
    • 21)
    • Vaccinati on for rubella is A)
    • Not necessary because the disease is mild. B)
    • Not necessary if a person has had an infection. C)
    • Recommende d only for pregnant women. D)
    • Recommende d for newborns to prevent congenital disease. E)
    • None of the above. 22)
    • All of the following statements about congenital rubella syndrome are true except A)
    • It is contracted in utero. B)
    • It may be fatal. C)
    • It may result in deafness, blindness, and mental retardation. D)
    • It doesn't occur with subclinical infections. E)
    • All of the above are true. 23)
    • The etiologic agent of chickenpox. A)
    • Herpes simplex B)
    • Herpes zoster C)
    • HHV-6 D)
    • Parvovirus E)
    • Poxvirus 24)
    • The etiologic agent of fifth disease. A)
    • Herpes simplex B)
    • Herpes zoster C)
    • HHV-6 D)
    • Parvovirus E)
    • Poxvirus 25)
    • The etiologic agent of roseola. A)
    • Herpes simplex B)
    • Herpes zoster C)
    • HHV-6 D)
    • Parvovirus E)
    • Poxvirus
    • 26)
    • The etiologic agent of fever blisters. A)
    • Herpes simplex B)
    • Herpes zoster C)
    • HHV-6 D)
    • Parvovirus E)
    • Poxvirus 27)
    • Used to treat epidemic herpetic keratitis. A)
    • Penicillin B)
    • Sulfonamide C)
    • Trifluridine D)
    • Fungicide E)
    • None of the above 28)
    • Used to treat smallpox. A)
    • Penicillin B)
    • Sulfonamide C)
    • Trifluridine D)
    • Fungicide E)
    • None of the above 29)
    • Used to treat sporotrichosis. A)
    • Penicillin B)
    • Sulfonamide C)
    • Trifluridine D)
    • Fungicide E)
    • None of the above 30)
    • Used to treat candidiasis. A)
    • Penicillin B)
    • Sulfonamide C)
    • Trifluridine D)
    • Fungicide E)
    • None of the above
    • 31)
    • Scabies is a skin disease caused by A)
    • A slow virus. B)
    • A protozoan. C)
    • A mite. D)
    • A bacterium. E)
    • A prion. 32)
    • Scabies is transmitted by A)
    • Fomites. B)
    • Food. C)
    • Water. D)
    • Soil. E)
    • None of the above. 33)
    • A patient has pus-filled vesicles and scabs on her face, throat, and lower back. She most likely has A)
    • Measles. B)
    • Mumps. C)
    • Chickenpox. D)
    • Rubella. E)
    • Smallpox. 34)
    • Which of the following leads to all the others? A)
    • Toxemia B)
    • Scalded skin syndrome C)
    • Staphylococcal infection D)
    • TSST-1 E)
    • Sudden drop in blood pressure 35)
    • Herpes gladiatorium is transmitted by A)
    • Direct contact. B)
    • The respiratory route. C)
    • The fecal-oral route. D)
    • Insect bites. E)
    • All of the above.
    • 36)
    • The patient has a papular rash. Microscopic examination of skin scrapings reveals small 8-legged animals. A)
    • Candida B)
    • Microsporum C)
    • P. aeruginosa D)
    • S. aureus E)
    • Scabies 37)
    • The has vesicles and scabs over her forehead. Microscopic examination of skin scrapings shows gram-positive cocci patient in clusters. A)
    • Candida B)
    • Microsporum C)
    • P. aeruginosa D)
    • S. aureus E)
    • Scabies 38)
    • The patient has scaling skin on his fingers. Conidiospores are seen in microscopic examination of skin scrapings. A)
    • Candida B)
    • Microsporum C)
    • P. aaeruginosa D)
    • S. aureus E)
    • Scabies 39)
    • A 45- male has pus-filled vesicles distributed over his back in the upper right quadrant, over his right shoulder, and year-old upper right quadrant of his chest. His symptoms are most likely due to A)
    • Candida albicans. B)
    • Herpes simplex virus. C)
    • Staphylococcus aureus. D)
    • Streptococcus pyogenes. E)
    • Varicella- zoster virus. 40)
    • A 35- female has a red, raised rash on the inside of her thighs. Gram-stained skin scrapings show large budding cells year-old with pseudohyphae. The infection is caused by A)
    • Candida albicans. B)
    • Herpes simplex virus. C)
    • Staphylococcus aureus. D)
    • Streptococcus pyogenes. E)
    • Varicella- zoster virus.
    • 41)
    • Cytoplas inclusions were observed in a fetus that died in utero after 6 months' gestation. The probable cause of the fetus's mic death was A)
    • Fifth disease. B)
    • Herpes simplex. C)
    • Measles. D)
    • Staphylococcus aureus. E)
    • Streptococcus pyogenes. 42)
    • Assume partner swabs the side of his face and used the swab to inoculate a nutrient agar plate. The next day, he that your performs a Gram stain on the colonies. They are gram-positive cocci. You advise him that he should next look lab for A)
    • An acid-fast reaction. B)
    • A coagulase reaction. C)
    • Conidiospores . D)
    • Pseudohyphae . E)
    • Pseudopods. 43)
    • Which of the following is incorrectly matched? A)
    • Chickenpox  Poxvirus B)
    • Conjunctivitis  Chlamydia trachomatis C)
    • Conjunctivitis  Pseudomonas D)
    • Infected tissue fluoresces  Dermatomycosis E)
    • Opportunistic infection in AIDS patients  Candidiasis 44)
    • A 17- male has pus-filled cysts on his face and upper back. Microscopic examination reveals gram-positive rods. This year-old infection is A)
    • Acne. B)
    • Boils. C)
    • Carbuncles. D)
    • Impetigo. E)
    • Pimples. 45)
    • A 17- male has pus-filled cysts on his face and upper back. Microscopic examination reveals gram-positive rods. This year-old infection is caused by A)
    • Acanthamoeba. B)
    • Herpes simplex virus. C)
    • Propionibacteri um acnes. D)
    • Staphylococcus aureus. E)
    • Streptococcus pyogenes.