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Exam Title : Infectious Diseases


Number Of Question : 34
Question #1: Crohn’s disease may be caused by which one of the following infectious agents
Clostridium difficle
Mycobacterium paratuberculosis
Cytomegalo virus (CMV)
Mycoplasma
Question #2: A 4-year old girl presents with severe vomiting after a viral fever of 5 days. She is hospitalized and develops cerebral edema. Liver biopsy is most likely to demonstrate which of the following?
Centrizonal hemorrhagic necrosis
Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis
Ring granulomas
Marked microvesicular steatosis
Question #3: A female girl child came with complaints of involuntary movements was diagnosed as a case of syndenham’s chorea, suggestive of a diagnosis of acute rheumatic fever. There is no complaint of carditis or arthritis. Throat culture is negative. Which of the following will most likely suggest recent streptococcal infection
ASLO
Antistreptolysin S
PCR for M protein
Anti-byaluronidase
Question #4: One of the following drugs is used in acute bacterial meningitis
Erythromycin
Sulfamethoxazole
Ceftriaxone
Streptomycin
Question #5: Which of the following drug is not active against Hepatitis B
Interferon
Telbivudine
Zidovudine
Lamivudine