Microbiology, 9e (Tortora)
Chapter 23


Objective Questions

      1)
All of   the following statements about septicemia are true except
           A)
Symptoms        include fever and decreased blood pressure.
           B)
Lymphangitis may occur.
          C)
Symptoms are due to bacterial endotoxin.
          D)
It usually is        caused by gram-positive bacteria.
                E)
It may be   aggravated by antibiotics.

      2)
Which of the following pairs is mismatched?
           A)
Subacute        bacterial endocarditis  alpha-hemolytic streptococci
           B)
Acute        bacterial endocarditis  Staphylococcus aureus
        C)
Pericarditis  Streptococcus pneumoniae
             D)
Puerperal        sepsis  Staphylococcus aureus
            E)
None of the   above

      3)
All of   the following grow inside host cells except
           A)
Babesia.
           B)
Brucella.
            C)
Dengue fever virus.
           D)
Leishmania.
              E)
None of the   above.

      4)
Which of the following is not treated with penicillin?
           A)
Pericarditis
               B)
Tularemia
            C)
Anthrax
          D)
Listeriosis
              E)
None of the   above

      5)
All of   the following statements about tularemia are true except
           A)
It is caused by Francisella tularensis.
             B)
The reservoir is rabbits.
            C)
It may be        transmitted by arthropods.
            D)
It may be        transmitted by direct contact.
            E)
It occurs only in California.
6)
Which of the following is a symptom of brucellosis?
           A)
A local        infection
          B)
Relapsing        fever
            C)
Undulant        fever
           D)
Pneumonia
            E)
Jaundice

      7)
Which of the following is not transmitted in raw milk?
           A)
Toxoplasmosi s
          B)
Anthrax
          C)
Brucellosis
              D)
Listeriosis
              E)
None of the   above

      8)
Which of the following is not a characteristic of Bacillus anthracis?
           A)
Aerobic
          B)
Gram-positive
           C)
Forms        endospores
        D)
Found in soil
            E)
All of the   above are characteristics of B. anthracis

       9)
The   symptoms of gas gangrene are due to all of the following except
        A)
Microbial        fermentation.
            B)
Necrotizing        exotoxins.
              C)
Proteolytic        enzymes.
              D)
Hyaluronidas e.
          E)
Anaerobic   environment.



     10)
Infection s by all of the following bacteria may be transmitted by dog or cat bites except
             A)
Pasteurella        multocida.
              B)
Streptobacillus.
              C)
Bacteroides.
               D)
Fusobacterium.
            E)
None of the   above.
11)
Which of the following pairs is mismatched?
           A)
Malaria         Anopheles (mosquito)
            B)
Dengue         Aedes (mosquito)
           C)
Epidemic        typhus  Pediculus (louse)
           D)
Rocky        Mountain spotted fever  Dermacentor (tick)
        E)
Encephalitis  Ixodes (tick)

     12)
The   incidence of all of the following diseases is increased by unsanitary and crowded conditions except
        A)
Plague.
          B)
Epidemic        typhus.
           C)
Endemic        murine typhus.
          D)
Rocky        Mountain spotted fever.
        E)
Relapsing   fever.

     13)
Which of the following is not true about toxoplasmosis?
           A)
It is caused by a protozoan.
             B)
The reservoir is cats.
            C)
It is        transmitted by the gastrointestinal route.
        D)
It is a severe illness in adults.
              E)
It can be   congenital.

      14)
All of   the following facts about Chagas' disease are true except
           A)
Causative        agent  T. cruzi.
            B)
Vector         kissing bug.
           C)
Reservoir         rodents.
              D)
Diagnosis         serological tests for antibodies.
              E)
Treatment    Nifurtimox.

     15)
Which of the following is not caused by a bacterium?
           A)
Epidemic        typhus
           B)
Tickborne        typhus
            C)
Malaria
          D)
Plague
         E)
Relapsing   fever
16)
Septicem ia may result from all of the following except
            A)
A focal        infection.
          B)
Pneumonia.
             C)
A nosocomial infection.
          D)
Contaminatio n through the parenteral route.
           E)
None of the   above.

     17)
All of   the following statements about puerperal sepsis are true except
           A)
It is        transmitted from mother to fetus.
        B)
It is caused by health-care personnel.
              C)
It begins as a focal infection.
              D)
It is a        complication of abortion or childbirth.
          E)
It doesn't   occur anymore because of antibiotics and aseptic techniques.

      18)
All of   the following statements about schistosomiasis are true except
           A)
The cercariae penetrate human skin.
            B)
A parasite of birds causes swimmer's itch in humans.
             C)
The        intermediate host is an aquatic snail.
      D)
It is caused by a flatworm.
             E)
None of the   above.

     19)
All of   the following statements about rheumatic fever are true except
           A)
It is a        complication of a Group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal infection.
          B)
It is an        inflammation of the heart.
           C)
It is an        inflammation of the joints.
           D)
It is cured        with penicillin.
              E)
The incidence has declined in the last 10 years.

     20)
Which of the following pairs is mismatched?
           A)
Rickettsia         intracellular parasite
               B)
Brucella         gram-negative aerobic rods
             C)
Francisella         gram-positive facultatively anaerobic pleomorphic rods
                D)
Bacillus         gram-positive endospore-forming rods
             E)
None of the   above
21)
Which of the following can be transmitted from an infected mother to her fetus across the placenta?
           A)
Borrelia
           B)
Cytomegalovi rus
          C)
Spirillum
            D)
Toxoplasma
             E)
Yersinia

      22)
Which of the following pairs is mismatched?
           A)
Borrelia         relapsing fever
             B)
Yersinia         plague
             C)
Streptobacillus  rat-bite fever
              D)
Pasteurella         cat-scratch disease
                E)
Spirillum  rat- bite fever

      23)
A         has the following symptoms: a papule, enlarged lymph nodes. Microscopic examination of the papule reveals
patien...
Anthrax.
           B)
Brucellosis.
               C)
Leishmaniasis.
           D)
Malaria.
           E)
Schistosomiasi s.

     24)
Human- to-human transmission of plague is usually by
         A)
Rat flea.
            B)
Dog flea.
            C)
The        respiratory route.
      D)
Wounds.
          E)
None of the   above.

     25)
A   characteristic symptom of plague is
      A)
Small red        spots on the skin.
            B)
Bruises on the skin.
             C)
Rose-colored spots.
            D)
Recurrent        fever.
            E)
None of the   above.
26)
Which of the following pairs regarding the epidemiology of malaria is mismatched?
           A)
Vector         Anopheles
           B)
Etiology         Plasmodium
             C)
Found in liver  sporozoites
            D)
Diagnosis         presence of merozoites
              E)
Treatment    antibiotics

     27)
A   predisposing factor for infection by Clostridium perfringens is
      A)
Gangrene.
            B)
Burns.
         C)
Debridement.
          D)
Hyperbaric        treatment.
             E)
An infected   finger.

     28)
Which of the following is not a zoonosis?
           A)
Puerperal        sepsis
            B)
Hantavirus        infection
             C)
Anthrax
          D)
Brucellosis
              E)
Tularemia

     29)
Arthrop ods can serve as a reservoir for which of the following diseases?
          A)
Plague
         B)
Brucellosis
              C)
Epidemic        typhus
           D)
Yellow fever
            E)
Malaria

     30)
Which of the following pairs is mismatched?
           A)
Cat-scratch        disease  malignant pustule developing into septicemia
              B)
Brucellosis  a temperature of 40°C each evening
             C)
Tularemia  a localized infection appearing as a small ulcer
           D)
Borrelia  rash and flulike
              E)
Toxoplasmosi s  congenital brain damage
31)
All of   the following can be transmitted to humans from domestic cats except
           A)
Toxoplasmosi s.
          B)
Plague.
          C)
Chagas'        disease
          D)
Bartonella.
              E)
None of these diseases is transmitted by cats.

     32)
Relapsin g fever and undulant fever differ in all of the following ways except
            A)
Mode of        transmission.
          B)
Presence of        rash.
              C)
Reservoir.
             D)
Etiology.
            E)
None of the   above.

     33)
All of   the following are treated with antibiotics except
           A)
Plague.
          B)
Tularemia.
             C)
Lyme disease.
           D)
Yellow fever.
           E)
None of the   above.

     34)
Which of the following produces a permanent carrier state following infection?
           A)
Borrelia
           B)
Cytomegalovi rus
          C)
Spirillum
            D)
Toxoplasma
             E)
Yersinia

      35)
EB virus causes all of the following except
           A)
Endocarditis.
           B)
Infectious        mononucleosis.
             C)
Burkitt's        lymphoma.
            D)
Nasopharynge al carcinoma.
          E)
None of the   above.
36)
Which of the following leads to all the others?
           A)
Subcutaneous hemorrhaging
          B)
Presence of        antirickettsial antibodies
              C)
Blockage of        capillaries
              D)
Bacterial        growth in endothelial cells
            E)
Breakage of   capillaries

     37)
A         complains of fever, severe muscle and joint pain, and a rash. The patient reports returning from a Caribbean
pat...
Bolivian        hemorrhagic fever
           B)
Dengue
         C)
Hantavirus        hemorrhagic fever
             D)
Typhus
         E)
Yellow fever

     38)
Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched for Gram reaction?
           A)
Lyme disease  gram-negative
           B)
Tularemia         gram-negative
              C)
Anthrax         gram-positive
            D)
Rocky        Mountain spotted fever  gram-negative
        E)
All of the   above are correctly matched

      39)
Scraping s from a patient's rash reveal cercariae. The disease is most likely
            A)
Lyme disease.
           B)
Rocky        Mountain spotted fever.
        C)
Relapsing        fever.
            D)
Swimmer's        itch.
            E)
Chagas'    disease.

     40)
You   advise your pregnant friend to give her cat away because
        A)
She could        contract plague.
            B)
She could give the cat tularemia.
            C)
She could get toxoplasmosis.
            D)
She could get listeriosis.
            E)
You don't like cats and want to see your friend without one.
41)
Which of following is evidence that the arthritis afflicting children in Lyme, Connecticut, was due to bacterial infection...
Treatable with penicillin
            B)
Not        contagious
      C)
Accompanied by a rash
          D)
Affected        mostly children
           E)
All of the   above

      42)
Which of the following is the usual cause of septic shock?
           A)
Endotoxin
            B)
Exotoxin
           C)
Lymphangitis
          D)
Septicemia
             E)
None of the   above

     43)
A 62-    hospitalized with an 8-day history of fever, chills, sweats, and vomiting. His temperature on admission was
year-...
Hyperbaric        oxygen
             B)
Mefloquine
             C)
No treatment
           D)
Penicillin
             E)
Streptomycin

     44)
All of   the following are true about Group B streptococci except that they
           A)
Are present in healthy carriers.
            B)
Cause gram- positive sepsis.
           C)
Cause strep        throat.
              D)
Cause        neonatal sepsis.
        E)
None of the   above

     45)
A         presents with inflammation of the heart valves, fever, malaise, and subcutaneous nodules at joints; the
patient ...
Anti-        inflammatory drugs.
        B)
Streptomycin.
           C)
Chloroquine.
           D)
Hyperbaric        chamber.
             E)
Praziquantel.
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  1. 1. Microbiology, 9e (Tortora) Chapter 23 Objective Questions 1)
  2. 2. All of the following statements about septicemia are true except A)
  3. 3. Symptoms include fever and decreased blood pressure. B)
  4. 4. Lymphangitis may occur. C)
  5. 5. Symptoms are due to bacterial endotoxin. D)
  6. 6. It usually is caused by gram-positive bacteria. E)
  7. 7. It may be aggravated by antibiotics. 2)
  8. 8. Which of the following pairs is mismatched? A)
  9. 9. Subacute bacterial endocarditis  alpha-hemolytic streptococci B)
  10. 10. Acute bacterial endocarditis  Staphylococcus aureus C)
  11. 11. Pericarditis  Streptococcus pneumoniae D)
  12. 12. Puerperal sepsis  Staphylococcus aureus E)
  13. 13. None of the above 3)
  14. 14. All of the following grow inside host cells except A)
  15. 15. Babesia. B)
  16. 16. Brucella. C)
  17. 17. Dengue fever virus. D)
  18. 18. Leishmania. E)
  19. 19. None of the above. 4)
  20. 20. Which of the following is not treated with penicillin? A)
  21. 21. Pericarditis B)
  22. 22. Tularemia C)
  23. 23. Anthrax D)
  24. 24. Listeriosis E)
  25. 25. None of the above 5)
  26. 26. All of the following statements about tularemia are true except A)
  27. 27. It is caused by Francisella tularensis. B)
  28. 28. The reservoir is rabbits. C)
  29. 29. It may be transmitted by arthropods. D)
  30. 30. It may be transmitted by direct contact. E)
  31. 31. It occurs only in California.
  32. 32. 6)
  33. 33. Which of the following is a symptom of brucellosis? A)
  34. 34. A local infection B)
  35. 35. Relapsing fever C)
  36. 36. Undulant fever D)
  37. 37. Pneumonia E)
  38. 38. Jaundice 7)
  39. 39. Which of the following is not transmitted in raw milk? A)
  40. 40. Toxoplasmosi s B)
  41. 41. Anthrax C)
  42. 42. Brucellosis D)
  43. 43. Listeriosis E)
  44. 44. None of the above 8)
  45. 45. Which of the following is not a characteristic of Bacillus anthracis? A)
  46. 46. Aerobic B)
  47. 47. Gram-positive C)
  48. 48. Forms endospores D)
  49. 49. Found in soil E)
  50. 50. All of the above are characteristics of B. anthracis 9)
  51. 51. The symptoms of gas gangrene are due to all of the following except A)
  52. 52. Microbial fermentation. B)
  53. 53. Necrotizing exotoxins. C)
  54. 54. Proteolytic enzymes. D)
  55. 55. Hyaluronidas e. E)
  56. 56. Anaerobic environment. 10)
  57. 57. Infection s by all of the following bacteria may be transmitted by dog or cat bites except A)
  58. 58. Pasteurella multocida. B)
  59. 59. Streptobacillus. C)
  60. 60. Bacteroides. D)
  61. 61. Fusobacterium. E)
  62. 62. None of the above.
  63. 63. 11)
  64. 64. Which of the following pairs is mismatched? A)
  65. 65. Malaria  Anopheles (mosquito) B)
  66. 66. Dengue  Aedes (mosquito) C)
  67. 67. Epidemic typhus  Pediculus (louse) D)
  68. 68. Rocky Mountain spotted fever  Dermacentor (tick) E)
  69. 69. Encephalitis  Ixodes (tick) 12)
  70. 70. The incidence of all of the following diseases is increased by unsanitary and crowded conditions except A)
  71. 71. Plague. B)
  72. 72. Epidemic typhus. C)
  73. 73. Endemic murine typhus. D)
  74. 74. Rocky Mountain spotted fever. E)
  75. 75. Relapsing fever. 13)
  76. 76. Which of the following is not true about toxoplasmosis? A)
  77. 77. It is caused by a protozoan. B)
  78. 78. The reservoir is cats. C)
  79. 79. It is transmitted by the gastrointestinal route. D)
  80. 80. It is a severe illness in adults. E)
  81. 81. It can be congenital. 14)
  82. 82. All of the following facts about Chagas' disease are true except A)
  83. 83. Causative agent  T. cruzi. B)
  84. 84. Vector  kissing bug. C)
  85. 85. Reservoir  rodents. D)
  86. 86. Diagnosis  serological tests for antibodies. E)
  87. 87. Treatment  Nifurtimox. 15)
  88. 88. Which of the following is not caused by a bacterium? A)
  89. 89. Epidemic typhus B)
  90. 90. Tickborne typhus C)
  91. 91. Malaria D)
  92. 92. Plague E)
  93. 93. Relapsing fever
  94. 94. 16)
  95. 95. Septicem ia may result from all of the following except A)
  96. 96. A focal infection. B)
  97. 97. Pneumonia. C)
  98. 98. A nosocomial infection. D)
  99. 99. Contaminatio n through the parenteral route. E)
  100. 100. None of the above. 17)
  101. 101. All of the following statements about puerperal sepsis are true except A)
  102. 102. It is transmitted from mother to fetus. B)
  103. 103. It is caused by health-care personnel. C)
  104. 104. It begins as a focal infection. D)
  105. 105. It is a complication of abortion or childbirth. E)
  106. 106. It doesn't occur anymore because of antibiotics and aseptic techniques. 18)
  107. 107. All of the following statements about schistosomiasis are true except A)
  108. 108. The cercariae penetrate human skin. B)
  109. 109. A parasite of birds causes swimmer's itch in humans. C)
  110. 110. The intermediate host is an aquatic snail. D)
  111. 111. It is caused by a flatworm. E)
  112. 112. None of the above. 19)
  113. 113. All of the following statements about rheumatic fever are true except A)
  114. 114. It is a complication of a Group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal infection. B)
  115. 115. It is an inflammation of the heart. C)
  116. 116. It is an inflammation of the joints. D)
  117. 117. It is cured with penicillin. E)
  118. 118. The incidence has declined in the last 10 years. 20)
  119. 119. Which of the following pairs is mismatched? A)
  120. 120. Rickettsia  intracellular parasite B)
  121. 121. Brucella  gram-negative aerobic rods C)
  122. 122. Francisella  gram-positive facultatively anaerobic pleomorphic rods D)
  123. 123. Bacillus  gram-positive endospore-forming rods E)
  124. 124. None of the above
  125. 125. 21)
  126. 126. Which of the following can be transmitted from an infected mother to her fetus across the placenta? A)
  127. 127. Borrelia B)
  128. 128. Cytomegalovi rus C)
  129. 129. Spirillum D)
  130. 130. Toxoplasma E)
  131. 131. Yersinia 22)
  132. 132. Which of the following pairs is mismatched? A)
  133. 133. Borrelia  relapsing fever B)
  134. 134. Yersinia  plague C)
  135. 135. Streptobacillus  rat-bite fever D)
  136. 136. Pasteurella  cat-scratch disease E)
  137. 137. Spirillum  rat- bite fever 23)
  138. 138. A has the following symptoms: a papule, enlarged lymph nodes. Microscopic examination of the papule reveals patient nucleated cells in white blood cells. The patient most likely has: A)
  139. 139. Anthrax. B)
  140. 140. Brucellosis. C)
  141. 141. Leishmaniasis. D)
  142. 142. Malaria. E)
  143. 143. Schistosomiasi s. 24)
  144. 144. Human- to-human transmission of plague is usually by A)
  145. 145. Rat flea. B)
  146. 146. Dog flea. C)
  147. 147. The respiratory route. D)
  148. 148. Wounds. E)
  149. 149. None of the above. 25)
  150. 150. A characteristic symptom of plague is A)
  151. 151. Small red spots on the skin. B)
  152. 152. Bruises on the skin. C)
  153. 153. Rose-colored spots. D)
  154. 154. Recurrent fever. E)
  155. 155. None of the above.
  156. 156. 26)
  157. 157. Which of the following pairs regarding the epidemiology of malaria is mismatched? A)
  158. 158. Vector  Anopheles B)
  159. 159. Etiology  Plasmodium C)
  160. 160. Found in liver  sporozoites D)
  161. 161. Diagnosis  presence of merozoites E)
  162. 162. Treatment  antibiotics 27)
  163. 163. A predisposing factor for infection by Clostridium perfringens is A)
  164. 164. Gangrene. B)
  165. 165. Burns. C)
  166. 166. Debridement. D)
  167. 167. Hyperbaric treatment. E)
  168. 168. An infected finger. 28)
  169. 169. Which of the following is not a zoonosis? A)
  170. 170. Puerperal sepsis B)
  171. 171. Hantavirus infection C)
  172. 172. Anthrax D)
  173. 173. Brucellosis E)
  174. 174. Tularemia 29)
  175. 175. Arthrop ods can serve as a reservoir for which of the following diseases? A)
  176. 176. Plague B)
  177. 177. Brucellosis C)
  178. 178. Epidemic typhus D)
  179. 179. Yellow fever E)
  180. 180. Malaria 30)
  181. 181. Which of the following pairs is mismatched? A)
  182. 182. Cat-scratch disease  malignant pustule developing into septicemia B)
  183. 183. Brucellosis  a temperature of 40°C each evening C)
  184. 184. Tularemia  a localized infection appearing as a small ulcer D)
  185. 185. Borrelia  rash and flulike E)
  186. 186. Toxoplasmosi s  congenital brain damage
  187. 187. 31)
  188. 188. All of the following can be transmitted to humans from domestic cats except A)
  189. 189. Toxoplasmosi s. B)
  190. 190. Plague. C)
  191. 191. Chagas' disease D)
  192. 192. Bartonella. E)
  193. 193. None of these diseases is transmitted by cats. 32)
  194. 194. Relapsin g fever and undulant fever differ in all of the following ways except A)
  195. 195. Mode of transmission. B)
  196. 196. Presence of rash. C)
  197. 197. Reservoir. D)
  198. 198. Etiology. E)
  199. 199. None of the above. 33)
  200. 200. All of the following are treated with antibiotics except A)
  201. 201. Plague. B)
  202. 202. Tularemia. C)
  203. 203. Lyme disease. D)
  204. 204. Yellow fever. E)
  205. 205. None of the above. 34)
  206. 206. Which of the following produces a permanent carrier state following infection? A)
  207. 207. Borrelia B)
  208. 208. Cytomegalovi rus C)
  209. 209. Spirillum D)
  210. 210. Toxoplasma E)
  211. 211. Yersinia 35)
  212. 212. EB virus causes all of the following except A)
  213. 213. Endocarditis. B)
  214. 214. Infectious mononucleosis. C)
  215. 215. Burkitt's lymphoma. D)
  216. 216. Nasopharynge al carcinoma. E)
  217. 217. None of the above.
  218. 218. 36)
  219. 219. Which of the following leads to all the others? A)
  220. 220. Subcutaneous hemorrhaging B)
  221. 221. Presence of antirickettsial antibodies C)
  222. 222. Blockage of capillaries D)
  223. 223. Bacterial growth in endothelial cells E)
  224. 224. Breakage of capillaries 37)
  225. 225. A complains of fever, severe muscle and joint pain, and a rash. The patient reports returning from a Caribbean patient vacation one week ago. Which one of the following do you suspect? A)
  226. 226. Bolivian hemorrhagic fever B)
  227. 227. Dengue C)
  228. 228. Hantavirus hemorrhagic fever D)
  229. 229. Typhus E)
  230. 230. Yellow fever 38)
  231. 231. Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched for Gram reaction? A)
  232. 232. Lyme disease  gram-negative B)
  233. 233. Tularemia  gram-negative C)
  234. 234. Anthrax  gram-positive D)
  235. 235. Rocky Mountain spotted fever  gram-negative E)
  236. 236. All of the above are correctly matched 39)
  237. 237. Scraping s from a patient's rash reveal cercariae. The disease is most likely A)
  238. 238. Lyme disease. B)
  239. 239. Rocky Mountain spotted fever. C)
  240. 240. Relapsing fever. D)
  241. 241. Swimmer's itch. E)
  242. 242. Chagas' disease. 40)
  243. 243. You advise your pregnant friend to give her cat away because A)
  244. 244. She could contract plague. B)
  245. 245. She could give the cat tularemia. C)
  246. 246. She could get toxoplasmosis. D)
  247. 247. She could get listeriosis. E)
  248. 248. You don't like cats and want to see your friend without one.
  249. 249. 41)
  250. 250. Which of following is evidence that the arthritis afflicting children in Lyme, Connecticut, was due to bacterial infection? the A)
  251. 251. Treatable with penicillin B)
  252. 252. Not contagious C)
  253. 253. Accompanied by a rash D)
  254. 254. Affected mostly children E)
  255. 255. All of the above 42)
  256. 256. Which of the following is the usual cause of septic shock? A)
  257. 257. Endotoxin B)
  258. 258. Exotoxin C)
  259. 259. Lymphangitis D)
  260. 260. Septicemia E)
  261. 261. None of the above 43)
  262. 262. A 62- hospitalized with an 8-day history of fever, chills, sweats, and vomiting. His temperature on admission was year-old 40°C. A routine peripheral blood smear revealed ring-shaped bodies in the RBCs. What treatment would you man was prescribe? A)
  263. 263. Hyperbaric oxygen B)
  264. 264. Mefloquine C)
  265. 265. No treatment D)
  266. 266. Penicillin E)
  267. 267. Streptomycin 44)
  268. 268. All of the following are true about Group B streptococci except that they A)
  269. 269. Are present in healthy carriers. B)
  270. 270. Cause gram- positive sepsis. C)
  271. 271. Cause strep throat. D)
  272. 272. Cause neonatal sepsis. E)
  273. 273. None of the above 45)
  274. 274. A presents with inflammation of the heart valves, fever, malaise, and subcutaneous nodules at joints; the patient recommended treatment is A)
  275. 275. Anti- inflammatory drugs. B)
  276. 276. Streptomycin. C)
  277. 277. Chloroquine. D)
  278. 278. Hyperbaric chamber. E)
  279. 279. Praziquantel.

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