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Mcq contact diseseaes

  1. 1. MCQS on CONTACT INFECTIONS By Noha Hesham Under supervision of Prof Dr Mona Aboserea FACULTY OF MEDICINE ZAGAZIG UNIVERSITY 1- Which of the following is not transmitted through sexual route? (a) Hepatitis A (b) Hepatitis E (c) Both Hepatitis A and Hepatitis E (d) Hepatitis D 2- Marker for infectivity of serum in Hepatitis B is: (a) HBsAg (b) Anti HBc (c) HBe Ag (d) Anti HBc
  2. 2. 3- Which of the Hepatitis B Virus serological marker indicates the first evidence of Hepatitis B infection? (a) Anti-HBs (b) Anti-HBc (c) HBeAg (d) HBsAg 4- All of the following is true about HCV screening except: (a) Medical students are screened before their joining (b) IV drug abuser are prone to infection (c) Blood products takenbefore 1997 should be screened (d) Long term hemodialysis (e) Interferon is treatment 5- Which of the following is/are seen in Acute Hepatitis-B? (a) HBsAg (b) Anti-HBs (c) Anti-HBc (d) HBeAg (e) Anti-HBe 6- Both HBsAg and HBeAg are positive in: (a) Acute infectious hepatitis B (b) Chronic Hepatitis B (c) Recovery phase of Hepatitis B (d) Individuals vaccinated with Hepatitis B 7- Acute Hepatitis B marker(s) is/ are all except: (a) HBsAg (b) Anti HBs
  3. 3. (c) Anti HBc (d) HBeAg (e) Anti HBe 8- A mother is HBsAg positive at 32 weeks of pregnancy. What should be given to the newborn to prevent neonatal infection? (a) Hepatitis B vaccine + Immunoglobulin (b) Immunoglobulin only (c) Hepatitis B vaccine only (d) Immunoglobulin followed by vaccine 1 month later 9- Most important in diagnosing Acute Hepatitis B is: (a) IgG Anti-HBc (b) IgM Anti-HBc (c) Anti HBs (d) HBsAg 10- A nurse was diagnosed to have HBeAg and HBsAg in serum. Most likely she is having (a) Chronic hepatitis B (b) HBV + HBE coinfection (c) Active and infectious Hepatitis B disease (d) Recovery from Hepatitis B 11- Epidemiological marker of Hepatitis – B is: (a) HBs Ag (b) Anti - HBs (c) Anti HBc (d) HBe Ag
  4. 4. 12- Chances of Viral Hepatitis Type C becoming a chronic infection are: (a) 10% (b) 20% (c) 30% (d) 50% or more 13- Pre-exposure prophylaxis for Rabies is given on: (a) Days 0, 3, 7, 14, 28, 90 (b) Days 0, 3, 7, 28, 90 (c) Days 0, 3 (d) Days 0, 7, 28 14- Class II exposure in animal bites includes the following: (a) Scratches without oozing of blood (b) Licks on a fresh wound (c) Scratch with oozing of blood on palm (d) Bites from wild animals 15- Forthe treatment of case of class III dog bite, all of the following are correct except: (a) Give Immunoglobulins for passive immunity (b) Give ARV (c) Immediately stitch wound under antibiotic coverage (d) Immediately wash wound with soap and water 16- Which of the following statements about rabies is true? (a) Convulsions are generally not seen in a patient with rabies (b) Presence of meningitis suggests against the diagnosis of rabies (c) Intracytoplasmic basophilic inclusion bodies are seenin brain cells
  5. 5. (d) Incubation period is approximately 20 to 80 days 17- Which of the following should be injected in and around the wound in class III rabies bite? (a) Tetanus toxoid (b) Antibiotic solution (c) Anti rabies serum (d) None of the above 18- Bite of which of the following animals do not result in human rabies? (a) Dog (b) Mouse (c) Horse (d) Cat 19-. Characteristic features of Rabies include all except: (a) Can manifest as ascending paralysis (b) Hematogenous spreadto brain (c) Can be transmitted by bites other than dogs also (d) In invariably fatal 20- Number of doses ofRabies HDCV vaccine required for pre-exposure prophylaxis: (a) 5 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 1 21- Which virus is used to producerabies vaccine? (a) Wild (b) Street
  6. 6. (c) Fixed (d) Live Attenuated 22- Intermediate hostof Rabies is : (a) Man (b) Dog (c) Cow (d) Rat 23- All these Rabies vaccines are commercially available Except: (a) Killed sheep brain (b) Human diploid vaccine (c) Vero-continuous cell vaccine (d) Recombinant glycoproteinvaccine 24- A patients present with dogs bite in the palm fingers and oozing of blood on the neck regions, belongs to which class of the exposures: (a) Class I (b) Class II (c) Class III (d) None 25- All are true about rabies except: (a) It is a DNA virus (b) Vaccine virus has fixed incubation period (c) Incubation period depends upon site of bite (d) All bites on fingers with laceration are class III injuries 26- In the case of dog bite the biting animal should be observed for at least: (a) 5 days (b) 10 days
  7. 7. (c) 15 days (d) 3 weeks 27- A personhas received complete immunization against tetanus 10 years ago, now he presents with a clean wound without any lacerations from an injury sustained 3 hours ago. He should now be given (a) Full course of tetanus toxoid [AIPGME 01] (b) Single dose of tetanus toxoid (c) Human tetanus globulin (d) Human tetanus globulin and single doseof toxoid 28- All the following are done to prevent tetanus neonatorum except: (a) Two TT doses to all pregnant women (b) TT to all females in reproductive age group (c) TT to all newborns (d) Injection penicillin to all neonates 29- Three doses oftetanus vaccine provide immunity for: (a) 1 year (b) 5 years (c) 10 years (d) 15 years 30- All of the following statements are true about Clostridium tetani infection except: (a) Main reservoir is soil, animal intestine and human intestine (b) Main mode of transmission is through trauma and contaminated wound (c) Herd immunity does not have much value (d) Seen commonly in winter and dry climate 31- All are true regarding Clostridium tetani infection except:
  8. 8. (a) Incubation period 6-10 days (b) 3 primary doses of vaccine required for full protection (c) Man-to-man transmission (d) Produces heat-resistant spores 32- An adult, previously unimmunized against Tetanus presents with a clean non- penetrating wound sustained 2 hours previously. What tetanus prophylaxis is advised? (a) Only through cleaning of wound (b) Tetanus toxoid 1 dose (c) Tetanus toxoid complete course (d) Tetanus toxoid complete course+ human tetanus immunoglobulin 33-True about Tetanus is all except: (a) Tetanus protection 5 years if previously immunized (b) Herd immunity present (c) Can’t be eradicated (d) Elimination is less than 1 case per 1000 births 34- To achieve neonatal tetanus elimination, incidence of neonatal tetanus per 1000 live births should be reduced to less than: (a) 0.1 (b) 0.5 (c) 10 (d) 1 35- The period of communicability of Tetanus is: (a) 7 days (b) 14 days (c) 21 days
  9. 9. (d) None 36- A personhad clean non-penetrating wound four hours back. He had a complete courseof toxoid eleven years ago. What treatment is recommended? (a) No toxoid is required (b) Toxoid one dose (c) Toxoid complete course (d) Toxoid complete course+Human tetanus Ig 37- In Tetanus communicable period is: (a) 7 days (b) 10 days (c) 14 days (d) None 38-False about Leprosy is: (a) It has been eliminated from India (b) It can be transmitted through breast milk (c) Lepromin Test is not a diagnostic test (d) MDT is contraindicatedduring pregnancy 39-Leprosy can be transmitted through all except: (a) Mother to child (b) Breast milk (c) Insect vectors (d) Tattooing needles (e) none of the above 40- In the management of leprosy, Lepromin test is most useful for: (a) Herd Immunity (b) Prognosis
  10. 10. (c) Treatment (d) Epidemiological investigations 41- Which of the following statements about lepromin test is not true? (a) It is negative in most children in first 6 months of life (b) It is a diagnostic test (c) It is an important aid to classify type of leprosy disease (d) BCG vaccination may convert lepromin reaction from negative to positive 42- A patient with leprosy had slightly erythematous, anesthetic plaques on the trunk and upper limbs. He was treated with paucibacillary multidrug therapy (PB- MDT) for 6 months. At the end of 6 months, he had persistent erythema and induration in the plaque. The next step of action recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) in sucha patient is: (a) Stop anti-leprosy treatment (b) Continue PB-MDT till erythema subsides (c) Biopsy the lesion to document activity (d) Continue Dapsone alone for another 6 months 43- All of the following are the mode of transmission of leprosy except: (a) Breast milk (b) Insect bite (c) Transplacental spread (d) Droplet infection (e) none of the above 44- All of the following statements about leprosy are true except: (a) Multibacillary leprosy is diagnosed when there are more than 5 skin patches (b) New case detection rate is an indicator for incidence of leprosy (c) A defaulter is defined as a patient who has not taken treatment for 6 months or more
  11. 11. (d) The target for elimination of leprosy is to reduce the prevalence to less than 1 per 10,000 population 45- Erythema NodosumLeprosum (ENL) occurs: (a) Due to Lepromin test reaction (b) In those with tuberculoid leprosy (c) As a reaction to multi drug therapy (d) In those with lepromatous leprosy 46- Leprosyis not yet eradicated because: (a) No effective vaccine (b) Highly infectious but low pathogenicity (c) Only humans are reservoir (d) Long incubation period 47-“Multibacillary” is a spectrum of disease, seen in: (a) Leprosy (b) TB (c) Tetanus (d) Trachoma 48- Leprosycommonly spreads by: (a) Milk (b) Droplet (c) Water (d) Mosquitoes 49- In multi-bacillary leprosy, the follow up examination after adequate Rx should be done yearly for: (a) 3 years (b) 5 years
  12. 12. (c) 10 year s (d) 2 years 50- Most common nerve involved in leprosy: (a) Ulnar N (b) Common peroneal N (c) Median N (d) Radial N 51- Treatment of leprosy a/c to WHO is done by all drugs, except: (a) Dapsone (b) Clofazimine (c) Ciprofloxacin (d) Rifampicin 52- In paucibacillary leprosy the single drug dapsoneis continue for: (a) 9 days (b) 90 days (c) 180 days (d) 10 days 53- Lepromin test is used for all the following Except: (a) It determines the type of leprosy (b) It confirms diagnosis of leprosy (c) It monitors leprosy patients is treatment with chemotherapy (d) It evaluates hostresistance to leprosy 54- Duration of MDT (Multidrug Therapy) to resolve paucibacillary leprosy is: (a) 6 months
  13. 13. (b) 8 months (c) 9 months (d) 12 months 55- Major signs for AIDS casedefinition according to WHO are all except: (a) Generalized lymphadenopathy (b) Prolonged fever more than 1 month (c) Prolongedcoughfor > 1 month (d) Chronic diarrhea > 1 month (e) Weight loss > 10% 56- Risk of mother to child HIV transmission in pregnant woman at the time of delivery, and after delivery in non-breast-feeding woman is: (a) 5-10% (b) 10-15% (c) 15-30% (d) More than 50% 57- HIV postexposure prophylaxis should be started within: (a) 24 hours (b) 48 hours (c) 72 hours (d) 6 hours 58- HIV transmission Mother to child can be stopped byall except: (a) Caesarean section (b) Vitamin A supplementation (c) Stopping Breast feeding (d) Zidovudine to mother antenatal and newborn after delivery
  14. 14. 59- Antiretroviral prophylaxis decrease the chance of transmission of HIV to fetus during pregnancy of HIV to fetus during pregnancy by (a) 35% (b) 45% (c) 50% (d) 65% 60- About epidemiology of AIDS all are true except: (a) In India it is mainly caused by HIV-1 (b) Maternofetaltransmissionis the most common mode of transmission (c) I.V. drug abuse increases the risk (d) Medical personnel are at higher risk of getting infection with HIV 61- All the following statements art true for the viral genome in HIV, Except: (a) They are diploid (b) They consistofDNA dependent DNA polymerase activity (c) They consist of three major genes-gag, pol and env characteristic of all retroviruses (d) They are most complex of human retroviruses 62- Most common mode of HIV transmission from mother to child: (a) 1st trimester (b) 2nd transmission (c) Perinatal (d) Breastfeeding 63- Lymphogranuloma venereum is caused by: (a) Hemophilus ducreyi (b) Calymmotabacterium granulomatis
  15. 15. (c) Treponema pertenue (d) Chlamydia trachomatis 64- All the following are causative agents of sexually transmitted infections except: (a) Candida (b) Group B streptococcus (c) Hepatitis B (d) Echinococcus 65- Which of the following is not a STD agent? (a) Ureaplasma urealyticum (b) Gp. B Streptococcus (c) Candida albicans (d) Chlamydia psittaci 66- Incubation period of syphilis: (a) 9-90 days (b) 9-18 days (c) 80-90 days (d) 10 days 67- Incubation period of chancroid is: (a) Less than 7 days (b) 10-15 days (c) 2-3 weeks (d) 3-4 week 68- All of the following are blood-borneinfections except:
  16. 16. (a) Hepatitis B (b) Hepatitis C (c) Hepatitis E (d) Hepatitis G 69- Postexposureprophylaxis in health care professional is indicated in infections with all except: (a) HBV (b) Rabies (c) Diphtheria (d) Measles (e) Tetanus 70- Animal to man transmission seen in: (a) Rabies (b) HIV (c) Mumps (d) Tetanus 71-. Zoonotic disease of viral etiology include: (a) Q fever (b) Rickettsiae disease (c) Rabies (d) Rubella 72- Prophylaxis for anthrax: (a) Erythromycin (b) Doxycycline (c) Penicillin (d) Vancomycin
  17. 17. 73- Transplacental transmission is not seen in (a) Hepatitis A (b) Hepatitis B (c) HIV (d) Varicella 74- Man is dead end for: (a) Tetanus, measles (b) Measles, yellow fever (c) Tetanus, yellow fever (d) Rabies, tetanus 75- The following fall under the category of enzootic except: (a) Influenza (b) Anthrax (c) Brucellosis (d) Endemic typhus 76- All are zoonotic disease Except: (a) Brucellosis (b) Leptospirosis (c) Scabies (d) Rabies 77- Man is a dead-end hostin all of the following infections Except: (a) Teniasis (b) Rabies (c) Japanese encephalitis (d) Tetanus

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