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Exam Title : Infections in pregnancy


Number Of Question : 13
Question #1: A 39 year old G4P3 presents to the antenatal clinic with LMP 8 weeks ago. There is no history of bleeding or pain. VDRL – RPR performed on her visit comes back positive. Confirmatory micro chemical agglutination assay for antibodies to Treponema Pallidum (MHA- TP) also returns as positive. The best pharmacotherapy for her condition should include-
Erthromycin
Azithromycin
Penicillin
Tetracycline
Question #2: At what period does tuberculosis flare up most commonly in a pregnant patient?
First trimester
Second trimester
Third trimester
Puerperium
Question #3: Highest transmission of hepatitis B from mother to fetus occurs if the mother is infected during
Ist trimester
IInd trimester
IIIrd trimester
At the time of implantation
Question #4: Non Immune Hydrops Fetalis is caused by
CMV
Parvovirus
HSV
HIV
Question #5: A Woman presents with leakage of fluid per vaginum and meconium stained liquor at 34 weeks of gestation. The most likely organism causing infection would be
Listeria monocytogenes
Toxoplasmosis
CMV
Herpes