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QI. MCQs: Select ONE answer that is best for each question.

(75 marks)

1.

Each of the following statements concerning exotoxins is correct ECXEPT:

A

Exotoxins are polypeptides

B

Exotoxins are more easily inactivated by heat than endotoxin

C

Exotoxins are less toxic than the

D

Exotoxins can be converted to toxoid

E

same amount of endotoxins Enterotoxins are part of exotoxins

2.

All the following bacterial diseases are water-borne disease EXCEPT.

  • A. Cholera

B. Bacillary dysentery

  • C. Typhus fever

D. Typhoid fever

3.

Each of the following statements concerning the Gram stain is correct ECXEPT:

A

E. coli stains red because it has a thin peptidoglycan layer

B

S. pyogenes stains blue because it has a thick peptidoglycan layer

C

M. tuberculosis stains blue because it has a thick lipid layer

D

Mycoplasma is not visible in the Gram stain because it does not have a cell wall

E

C & D are correct

 

4.

Fungi reproduce by:

 

A

Spore formation

 

B

Bud formation

C

Binary fission

D

Host cell synthesis of bacterial components

E

A & B are correct

 

5.

Lipopolysaccharide are correctly described as:

 

A

Found

in

gram-negative

B

Able to produce a febrile response

bacteria of all species

 

C

Possessing somatic specificity

antigen

D

Containing lipid A as an integral part of their structure

E

All of the above

 

6.

Each of the following statements concerning yeasts is correct EXCEPT:

A

Yeasts have chitin in their cell walls and ergosterol in their membranes

B

Yeasts form ascospores when they invade tissue

C

Yeasts have eukaryotic nuclei and

D

Yeasts produce neither endotoxin nor exotoxin

E

contain mitochondria in their cytoplasm Yeasts reproduce by budding

 

7.

Bacteria H antigen is derived from:

 

A

Microtubule

B

Hemolysin

C

Pillin

D

Flagellin

E

Endotoxin

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8.

The endotoxin of gram-negative bacteria is associated with :

A

Mesosome

 

B

Cytoplasmic membrane

C

Capsule

D

Cell wall

E

Pilus

9.

Each of the following statements concerning the killing of bacteria is correct ECXEPT:

A

A 70% solution

of

ethanol

kills

B

An autoclave uses steam under pressure to

more effectively (100%) ethanol

than

absolute

reach the killing temperature of 121 °C

C

The pasteurization

 

of

milk

kills

D

Iodine kills by causing the formation of

pathogens but allows

many

thymine dimmers in bacterial DNA

organisms and spores to survive

 

E

None of the above

 

10.

Each of the following statements concerning Neisseriae is correct EXCEPT:

A

They grow best under anaerobic conditions

B

They are gram negative diplococcus

C

They produce IgA protease as a

D

They are oxidase positive

E

virulence factor None of the above

 

11.

The most common stain used in the clinical microbiology laboratory for detecting the presence of bacteria and assessing the quality of specimens is the:

A

Auramine-rhodamine stain

B

Gram’s stain

C

Silver stain

 

D

Ziehl-neelsen stain

E

Giemsa’s stain

 

12.

Each of the following statements concerning hepatitis A is correct EXCEPT:

A

The

initial

site

of

viral

B

Hepatitis A virus commonly causes

replication

is

the

asymptomatic infection in children

gastrointestinal tract

 

C

The diagnosis is usually made

D

Gamma globulin is used to prevent the

E

by isolating the culture None of the above

virus in

cell

disease exposed persons

13.

In the Gram’s stain, forgotten the decolorization step will make the gram-negative bacteria to appear:

A

Blue in color

 

B

Red in color

C

Colorless

D

Green in color

E

None of the above

 

14.

Each of the following statements concerning Clostridium perfringens is correct EXCEPT:

A

It causes gas gangrene B It causes food poisoning

C

It produces an exotoxin that causes

D

It is anaerobic, gram-negative rod

E

necrosis and hemolysis None of the above

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15.

This hepatitis virus is characterized as an enveloped RNA virus that is the most common

cause of non-A, non-B hepatitis:

 

A

Hepatitis A virus

B

Hepatitis B virus

C

Hepatitis C virus

D

Hepatitis D virus

E

Hepatitis E virus

16.

Two hundred and fifty colonies were counted on a plate on which 0.1 mL of 10 -3 dilution of a urine sample was inoculated. The number of bacteria per 1 mL of the urine is:

A

2.5 x 10 5

B

25 X 10 5

C

2.5 X 10 6

D

2.5 X 10 7

E

25 X 10 4

17.

Each of the following statements concerning endotoxins is correct EXCEPT:

A The toxicity is due to the lipid

B

Endotoxins are found in most gram-

 

protein of the molecule

negative bacteria

C

Endotoxins are located in the cell wall

D

The antigenicity of somatic (O) antigen is due to repeating oligosaccharides

E

None of the above

18.

A gram-positive coccus that grows in pairs or short chains and that is alpha-hemolytic and optochin-sensitive is:

A

Streptococcus pyogenes

B

Neisseria meningitidis

C

Staphylococcus epidermidis

D

Staphylococcus aureus

E

Streptococcus pneumonia

19.

Most organisms that cause urinary tract infection come from:

A

Toilet seats

B

Normal bowel flora

C

Sexual partners

D

The environment

E

Normal skin flora

20.

Of the organisms listed below, which one is the MOST frequent bacterial cause of

pharyngitis?

 

A

Staphylococcus aureus

B

Streptococcus pneumoniae

C

Streptococcus pyogenes

D

Neisseria meningitidis

E

Candida albicans

21.

Characteristics of the genus Neisseria include all of the following EXCEPT they are:

A

Cocci

B

Gram-negative

C

Oxidase-negative

D

Not acid-fast

E

Found only in humans

22.

All of the following bacterial agents can cause dental carries EXCEPT:

A

Streptococcus mutans

B

Lactobacillus species

C

Actinomyces species

D

Veillonella species

E

None of the above

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23.

The pathogenesis of which of the following diseases does NOT involve an exotoxin?

A

Scarlet fever

B

Toxic shock syndrome

C

Botulism

D

Typhoid fever

E

Tetanus

24.

An nonenveloped RNA hepatitis virus that is transmitted by the fecal-oral route:

A

Hepatitis A virus

B

Hepatitis B virus

C

Hepatitis C virus

D

Hepatitis D virus

E

Hepatitis G virus

25.

The most effective anti-plaque agent is:

 

A

Chlorhexidine

B

Sodium lauryl sulphate

C

Tetrahydropholate

D

Sodium fluoride

E

All of the above

26.

This hepatitis virus is an enveloped DNA virus that is transmitted by blood:

A

Hepatitis A virus

B

Hepatitis B virus

C

Hepatitis C virus

D

Hepatitis D virus

E

Hepatitis G virus

27.

All of the following factors may prevent penetration of intact oral mucosa by micro- organisms EXCEPT:

A

Saliva

B

Keratin

C

Granular layer

D

Basement membrane

E

None of the above

28.

Lactoferrin that present in saliva and working as antimicrobial agent is described as:

A Heat stable protein, bacteriostatic to

B

Heat labile protein, bacteriostatic to

 

many microorganisms

many microorganisms

C

Heat stable antibacterial enzyme

D

Heat labile antibacterial enzyme

E

Bactericidal by splitting the cell wall

29.

This form the major proportion of bacteria found in the dental plaque, especially at a proximal sites:

A

Staphylococci spp.

B

Streptococci spp.

C

Actinomyces spp.

D

Lactobacilli spp.

E

Neisseria spp.

30.

Factors affecting the growth of oral microorganisms include all of the following EXCEPT:

A

The diet

B

Host defences

C

Salivary components

D

Hydrogen tension

E

None of the above

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  • 31. This hepatitis virus do not pose a major cross-infection hazard in dentistry:

A

HBV

B

HAV

C

HGV

D

HDV

E

HCV

32.

This toxin causes paralysis by blocking release of acetylcholine:

 

A

Diphthe ria toxin

B

Tetanus toxin

C

Botulinum toxin

D

Cholera toxin

E

Toxic shock syndrome toxin

33.

Which one of the following outcomes is MOST common following a primary herpes simplex virus infection?

A

Complete eradication of virus and virus-infected cells

B

Persistent asymptomatic viremia

 

C

Establishment of latent infection

D

Persistent cytopathic effect in infected cells

E

None of the above

34.

This hepatitis virus is an enveloped RNA virus that has the surface antigen of another

virus and is transmitted by blood:

 

A

Hepatitis A virus

B

Hepatitis B virus

 

C

Hepatitis C virus

D

Hepatitis D virus

E

Hepatitis G virus

35.

Each of the following viral pathogens is likely to establish chronic or latent infection

EXCEPT:

 

A

Cytomegalovirus

B

Hepatitis A

C

Hepatitis B

D

Herpes simplex virus

 

E

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

36.

Herpes simplex virus and cytomegalovirus share many features. Which one of the following features is LEAST likely to be shared?

A

Important cause of morbidity and mortality in the newborn

B

Important cause of serious disease in immunosuppressed individuals

 

C

Mild or Inapparent infection

D

Congenital

abnormalities

due

to

 

transplacental passage

 

E

None of the above

37.

Each of the following statements concerning hepatitis C virus (HCV) and hepatitis D virus (HDV) is correct EXCEPT:

A

HCV is an important cause of post-transfusion hepatitis

B

Delta virus is a defective virus with an RNA genome and a capsid composed of HBsAg

 

C

HDV is transmitted primarily by body fluids as blood

D

People infected with HCV commonly become chronic carriers and are in risk to

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develop hepatocellular carcinoma

E

None of the above

38.

Each of the following statements concerning hepatitis A virus is correct EXCEPT:

A The initial site of viral replication

B

Hepatitis A virus commonly causes

 

is the gastrointestinal tract

asymptomatic infection in children

C

The diagnosis is usually made by isolating the virus in cell culture

D

Gamma globulin is used to prevent the disease in exposed persons

39.

Each of the following statements concerning human immunodeficiency virus is correct

EXCEPT:

 

A The western blot test is more

B

Transmission of HIV occurs primarily by

 

specific for HIV infection than the ELISA is

the transfer of blood or semen in adults

C

The CD4 protein on the T-cell surface is the receptor for the virus

D

There is appreciable antigenic diversity in the envelope glycoprotein of the virus

E

None of the above

40.

This virus causes infectious mononucleosis?

 

A

Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

B

Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

C

Rhinovirus

D

Adenovirus

E

Parainfluenza virus

41.

Neutrophils are attracted to an infected area by:

A

IgM

B

C1 (complement)

C

C5a (complement)

D

C8 (complement)

E

Interferon

42.

Bacterial surface structures that show antigenic diversity include each of the following

EXCEPT:

 

A Peptidoglycan

B

Capsules

C

Flagella

D

Pili

E

Answer A & D are correct

43.

A primary immune response in an adult human requires approximately how much time to produce detectable antibody levels in the blood?

A

12 hours

B

3 days

C

3 weeks

D

1 week

E

2 months

44.

The purified surface protein of this hepatitis virus is the immunogen in a vaccine:

A

Hepatitis A virus

B

Hepatitis E virus

C

Hepatitis G virus

D

Hepatitis D virus

E

Hepatitis B virus

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45.

Which one of the following genes in HIV genome is responsible for production of the

reverse transcriptase, integrase and protease enzyme?

A

env gene

B

pol gene

C

gag gene

D

vif gene

E

nef gene

46.

This organism is an obligate intracellular parasite:

A

Mycobacterium avium

B

Treponemal pallidum

C

Rickettsiae

D

Mycoplasma

E

Neisseriae

47.

This immunoglobulin contains 10 heavy chain and 10 light chains:

A IgM

B

IgG

C

IgD

D

IgA

E

IgE

48.

The identification of bacteria by serologic tests is based on the presence of specific antigen.

Which one of the following bacterial components is LEAST likely to contain useful antigens?

A Ribosomes

B

Flagella

C

Cell wall

D

Capsule

E

None of the above

49.

Complement can enhance phagocytosis because of the presence on macrophages and neutrophils of receptors for:

A

Factor D

B

C3b

C

TNF

D

Interferon

E

Histamine

50.

Herpes simplex virus is:

A

DNA enveloped virus

B

DNA nonenveloped virus

C

RNA enveloped virus

D

RNA nonenveloped virus

E

Viroid

51.

Artificially acquired active immunity:

 

A

Resulting from infection

B

Acquired trancplacentaly or via colostrums

C

Acquired by vaccination

D

Acquired through injection of antibody

E

None of the above

52.

All of the followings are characteristics of IgE antibody EXCEPT:

A

Monomer

B

Has receptor on red blood cells and neutrophils

C

Present in allergic reaction

D

Causes lysis of parasitic worms

E

None of the above

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53.

This is the main site of action of antiviral antibody:

 

A

Viral mRNA synthesis

B

Viral protein synthesis

 

C

Viral genome DNA synthesis

D

Attachment and penetration of virion

E

Assembly and release of progeny virus

 

54.

All of the followings are capsular polysaccharide vaccines EXCEPT:

 

A

Streptococcus pneumonia

B

Haemophilus influenza

 

C

Salmonella typhi

D

Bordetella pertussis

E

Neisseria meningitis

55.

Which of the followings is live, attenuated bacterial vaccines ?

 

A

Vibrio cholerae

B

Clostridium tetani

 

C

M. tuberculosis

D

Bacillus anthracis

E

Yersinia pestis

56.

Each of the following statements concerning Neisseria meningitidis is correct EXCEPT:

A

It is an oxidase positive, gram negative diplococcus

B

It contains Endotoxin in its cell wall

 

C

It has a polysaccharide capsule that is antiphagocytic

D

It produces an exotoxin that kills the meninges

E

None of the above

[

57.

All of the followings are inhibitors of cell wall synthesis EXCEPT:

 

A Penicillin

B

Cephalosporin

 

C

Vancomycin

D

Bacitracin

E

Chloramphenicol

58.

All of the following diseases can be transmitted via contaminated water or food EXCEPT:

A

Shigellosis

B

Typhoid fever

 

C

Cholera

D

Mumps

E

Amoebic dysentry

Each of the following statements about human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is correct EXCEPT:

59.

A

HIV is an enveloped RNA virus

B

The virion contains RNA-dependent DNA polymerase

C

A DNA copy of the HIV

D

Acyclovir inhibits HIV replication

 

E

genome integrates into cell DNA HIV infect CD4+ cells

[

60.

Each of the following statements concerning Staphylococcus aureus is correct EXCEPT:

A

Enterotoxin is important pathogenic factor in food poisoning

B

The coagulase test is positive

 

C

Treatment should include a ß-

D

Gram-positive

cocci

in

grapelike

lactamase resistant penicillin

cluster

E

None of the above

 
 

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61.

This toxin inhibits the release of inhibitory transmitters causing muscle spasms:

A

Diphtheria toxin

B

Tetanus toxin

C

Botulinum toxin

D

Cholera toxin

E

Toxic shock syndrome toxin

Question from 62 to 65

  • (A) Penicillin

  • (B) Aminoglycosides

  • (C) Chloramphenicol

  • (D) Rifampin

  • (E) Sulfonamides

  • 62. Inhibit(s) bacterial RNA polymerase

(

)

  • 63. Inhibit(s) cross-linking of peptidoglycan

(

)

  • 64. Inhibit(s) protein synthesis by binding to the 30S ribosomal subunit

(

)

  • 65. Inhibit(s) folic acid synthesis

(

)

  • 66. One of the following bacteria does not have “H” antigens:

  • A. Vibrio cholerae

B. Salmonella typhi

  • C. E. coli

D. Klebsiella pneumoniae

  • 67. The commonest cause of gas gangrene is:

    • A. Clostridium perfringens.

    • C. Clostridium tetani.

      • 68. Epstein-Barr virus is implicated in:

        • A. shingles.

        • C. nasopharyngeal carcinoma.

B. Clostridium difficile.

D. Clostridium botulinum

B. Creutzfeldt-Jacob syndrome.

D. diarrhea.

  • 69. The following are recognized routes of transmission of HIV infection EXCEPT:

    • A. blood transfusion.

B. heterosexual intercourse.

  • C. breast feeding.

D. nosocomial infection.

70.

Gene expression occurs as:

  • A. transduction.

B. translation.

  • C. transposon.

D. transformation.

  • 71. The immunoglobulin actively transported into secretions is the following:

A. IgM

B. IgG

C.

IgA

D. IgD

72.

To differentiate between Staphylococci and Streptococci the test used is:

  • A. Coagulase test

B. Catalase test

  • C. Oxidase test

D. urease test

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  • 73. All of the following statements concerning Clostridium tetani are correct EXCEPT.

    • A. It’s spore forming gram-negative bacilli.

    • B. Pathogenesis is due to the production of an exotoxin.

    • C. It’s obligate anaerobes.

    • D. Soil is the primary natural habitat

      • 74. Which of the following microorganisms commonly causes bacterial endocarditis:

        • A. Salmonella

        • C. Lancefield group A Streptococcus

B. Escherichia coli

D. Viridans streptococci

  • 75. Which of the following component is not found in fungi:

 
  • A. Chitin

B. Ergosterol

  • C. Periplasmic space

D. Mitochondria

   
 
 

Disease

Microbial causative agent

 

1

Whooping cough

 
 

2

Leprosy

 
 

3

Typhoid fever

 
 

4

Carbuncle

 
 

5

Impetigo

 
 

6

Syphilis

 
 

7

Gonorrhoea

 
 

8

Nongonococcal urethritis

 
 

9

Acne

 
 

10

Otitis externa

 
 

11

Jaw abscesses

 
 

12

Toxic shock syndrome

 

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13

Pyelonephritis

 

14

Peptic ulcer

 

15

Aflatoxins

 

16

Otitis media

 

17

Fungal meningitis

 

18

Scarlet Fever

 

19

Viral pneumonia

 

20

Infectious mononucleosis

 

QIII. What is the name of toxin that is responsible for each of the following

 

diseases? (10 marks)

 

Disease

Toxin

1

Whooping cough

 

2

Impetigo

 

3

Toxic shock syndrome

 

4

Scarlet Fever

 

5

scalded skin syndrome

 

6

Food poisoning that caused by S. aureus

 

7

Shigellosis

 

8

Travelers' diarrhea

 

9

Gastroenteritis caused by B. cereus

 

10

Mycotoxin that produced by

 

Aspergillus flavus

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11

Toxin that causes gas

 

gangrene

12

Toxin that causes anthrax

 

13

Toxin that causes tetanus

 

14

Toxin that causes botulism

 

15

Cholera

 

16

Tuberculosis

 

17

Rheumatic fever

 

18

Typhoid fever

 

19

Periodontitis

 

20

Necrotizing fasciitis

 

QIV. Case study:

(5 marks)

A 15-year-old boy sustained a broken tooth several weeks ago. He now has an inflamed area on the skin over the broken tooth, in the center of which is a draining sinus tract. Gram stain of the drainage fluid reveals filamentous gram-positive rods.

1. what is your diagnosis?

2. What is the causative agent?

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Final Exam

First Semester

2009/2010

Total Grade:

Instructor Name: ______________ Student No.: (ﻲﺑﺮﻌﻟﺎﺑ ) Student Name: _______________ College Name: _______________ Dep. / Specialist: ______________ Using Dictionary (No)

  • 3. What is the drug of choice for this infection?

  • 4. Is this microbe aerobic or anaerobic?

  • 5. How this microbe infect this boy? or in other mean how boy got infected by this microbe?

With my best regards Dr. Nahedh Al Laham

January/2010

Medical microbiology for dentistry

Answer sheet

Name:(ﻲﺑﺮﻌﻟﺎﺑ) ________________________________ Number: _____________

I. Multiple choice questions (75 marks)

1

   
  • 16 31

     
  • 46 61

   

2

   
  • 17 32

     
  • 47 62

   

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Course No: MGDC2207 Course Title: Medical Microbiology Date: 16/01/2010 No. of Questions:

Time: 2 hours Using Calculator (No)

University of Palestine

Course No: MGDC2207 Course Title: Medical Microbiology Date: 16/01/2010 No. of Questions: Time: 2 hours Using

Final Exam

First Semester

2009/2010

Total Grade:

Instructor Name: ______________ Student No.: (ﻲﺑﺮﻌﻟﺎﺑ ) Student Name: _______________ College Name: _______________ Dep. / Specialist: ______________ Using Dictionary (No)

3

 

18

     

48

  • 33 63

   

4

 

19

     

49

  • 34 64

   

5

 

20

     

50

  • 35 65

   

6

 

21

     

51

  • 36 66

   

7

 

22

     

52

  • 37 67

   

8

 

23

     

53

  • 38 68

   

9

 

24

     

54

  • 39 69

   

10

 

25

     

55

  • 40 70

   

11

 

26

     

56

  • 41 71

   

12

 

27

     

57

  • 42 72

   

13

 

28

     

58

  • 43 73

   

14

 

29

     

59

  • 44 74

   

15

 

30

     

60

  • 45 75

   

Important note: fill the answer sheet with your answers……., Only the answer sheet will be corrected!!!

January/2010

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