recent
Recent

Pathology-TUT 1, diseases associated with low body immune response,

Home
 

Lecture Video


MCQ

Which of the following is a symptom of AIDS?
1. Fever
2. Swollen lymph nodes
3. Tiredness
4. All of the above
Ans 4
HIV parasitizes ____
1. Y-helper cells
2. T-helper cells
3. K-helper cells
4. None of the above
Ans 2
4. HIV can also spread through
1. Sharing water
2. Breathing in infected droplets
3. Sharing needles
4. Kissing
Ans 3
5. How many stages of HIV infection exist?
1. 3
2. 2
3. 1
4. No stages
Ans 1
In individuals with HIV, opportunistic infections are:
1. More frequent
2. Less frequent
3. Non-existent
4. None of the above
Ans 1
Defect of humoral immunity can be.. except
1. X-linked agammaglobulinemia of Bruton (tyrosine kinase deficiency)
2. Common variable immunodeficiency
3. Isolated IgA deficiency (related to CVI)
4. SCID
Ans 4
ACQUIRED SECONDARY IMMUNO-DEFICIENCY SYNDROMES can be except
1. AIDS
2. Cancer (e.g. myeloma)
3. Aging
4. DiGeorge’s syndrome
Ans 4
Modes of transmission can be .. except
1. Sexual contact
2. Parenteral transmission
3. Maternal transmission
4. Air droplet infection
Ans 4
HIV life cycle include all of the mentioned except:
1. Binding and Fusion
2. Entry
3. Reverse transcription
4. Migration
Ans d
Laboratory findings of AIDS includes.... except:
1. Depressed T-helper cell.
2. Depressed helper/depressor ratio.
3. Leucopenia, thrombocytopenia, lymphopenia and anemia.
4. Decreased serum globulin
Ans d
Clinical manifestations of AIDS include all except
1. weight loss
2. Malaise
3. Diaphoresis
4. None of the above
Ans 4
Diseases diagnostic for AIDS:
1. Kaposi sarcoma.
2. Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia
3. Non-Hodgikin lymphoma
4. Serious opportunistic infection
Ans 3
All of the following are malignancies associated with AIDS except
1. Kaposi sarcoma.
2. Burkitt’s lymphoma.
3. Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
4. Chronic lymphatic leukemia CLL.
5. None 
  Ans 5

Data

Feedback

google-playkhamsatmostaqltradent