Parasitology and Entomology Theory paper

  1. The habitat is the large intestine.

A] Entamoeba gingivalis                    B] Giardia lamblia

 

C] Entamoeba histolytica                    D] Naegleria fowleri

 

2. The stool is the specimen for the diagnosis of the infection caused by

A] Acanthamoeba polyphaga                      B] Naegleria fowleri

        C] Balantidium coli                                 D] A & B

 

(0.5)       3. The infective stage of Entamoeba histolytica to man has

A] pseudopodia

B] ingested red blood cells

C] bull’s eye karyosome

D] A & B

 

4. The pathogenic stage of Entamoeba histolytica to man has

A] pseudopodia                                                             C] cigar-shaped chromatoidal body

B] ingested RBC                                                            D] A & B

5. The stool of the patient infected with what parasite is described as steatorrhea or gruelly?

A] Balantidium coli                                                B]Entamoebahistolytica

C]Chilomastix mesnili                                              D] Giardia lamblia

 

6. The most commonly involved area in Amoebiasis is the

A] brain                                                                               C] liver

B] cecum                                                                              D] recto-sigmoid region

 

7. Typically flask-shaped lesion of Amoebiasis is usually seen in

A] Amoebic colitis                                                                      C] Amoebic liver abscess

B] Amoebiasis cutis                                                                    D] Pulmonary amoebiasis

 

8. Frank dysentery in Amoebiasis is frequently present with the involvement of the

A] brain                                                                         C] liver

B] cecum                                                                      D] recto-sigmoid region

 

9. Anchovy sauce-like materials is associated with

A] Amoebic colitis                                                                      C] Amoebic liver abscess

B] Amoebiasis cutis                                                                    D] Pulmonary amoebiasis

 

10. There is no increase in the number of nuclei of

A] Balantidium coli                                                             C] Entamoeba histilitica                                                                                      B]Entamoeba coli                                                            D] Giardia lamblia

 

11. Associated with uveitis or ulceration of the cornea.

A] Acanthamoeba culbertsoni                              C] Entamoeba histolytica

B] Balantidium coli                                                 D] Naegleria fowleri

 

12. Tissue invasion is relatively slow and tends to stimulate granuloma formation.

A] Acanthamoeba castellanii                                C] Entamoeba histolytica

B] Balantidium coli                                                 D] Naegleria fowleri

 

13. Produces a big lesion with a wide opening and a rounded base in the large intestine.

A] Balantidium coli                                                       C] Giardia lamblia

B] Entamoeba histolytica                                             D] A & B

 

14. There are indurations of the irregular margins of the spreading ulcer.

A] Amoebic granuloma                                                C] Amoeboma

B] Amoebiasis cutis                                                      D] Amoebic colitis

15. Associated with Entamoeba gingivalis.

A] Trichomonas hominis                                              C] Trichomonas vaginalis

B] Trichomonas tenax                                                    D] B & C

 

16. The specimen for the diagnosis of Trichomonas vaginalis infection in females.

A] Prostatic secretions                                                  C] Vaginal discharges                                                                                                 B] Urine                                                                           D] B & C

 

17. The usual infective stage of Malaria to man is the

A] gametocytes                                                                           C] sporozoites

B] schizonts                                                                                 D] merozoites

 

18. Mosquito vector of Malaria in the Philippines is

A] Aedes aegypti                                                           C] Culex quinquefasciatus

B] Anopheles flavirostris                                            D] Mansonia annulata

 

19. There is a secondary exo-erythrocytic phase-in

A] Benign tertian malaria                                              C] Quartan malaria

B] Malignant tertian malaria                                        D] Sub-tertian malaria

 

20. Produces the more severe type of Malaria.

A] Plasmodium falciparum                                                 C] Plasmodium ovale

B] Plasmodium malariae                                                    D] Plasmodium vivax

 

21. It usually produces recrudescence.

A] Plasmodium falciparum                                                         C] Plasmodium vivax

B] Plasmodium malariae                                                             D] A & B

 

22. The duration of the Erythrocytic-Schizogonic Cycle is 72 hours.

A] Benign tertian malaria                                        C] Quartan malaria                                                                                                           B] Malignant tertian malaria                                  D] A & B

 

23. Sub-tertian Malaria is caused by.

A] Plasmodium falciparum                                                 C] Plasmodium ovale

B] Plasmodium malariae                                                     D] Plasmodium vivax

 

24. The most common Malaria in the Philippines is

A] Plasmodium falciparum                                           C] Plasmodium ovale

B] Plasmodium malariae                                              D] Plasmodium vivax

 

25. Produces Ziemann’s dot.

A] Plasmodium falciparum                                          C] Plasmodium ovale

B] Plasmodium malariae                                             D] Plasmodium vivax

 

26. Stage/s of Malaria usually found in man.

A] Gametes                                                                                 C] Trophozoites

B] Schizonts                                                                               D] B & C

 

27. Malaria with the highest degree of parasitemia in man.

A] Plasmodium falciparum                                              C] Plasmodium vivax

B] Plasmodium malariae                                              D] A & B

 

28. The gametocytes of the organism are described as banana or crescent-shaped.

A] Plasmodium falciparum                                                 C] Plasmodium ovale

B] Plasmodium malariae                                              D] Plasmodium vivax

 

29. Some strains are resistant to Chloroquine or Amodiaquine.

A] Plasmodium falciparum                                                 C] Plasmodium vivax

B] Plasmodium malariae                                                     D] A & B

 

30. Opportunistic Protozoa in the stomach and intestine.

A] Cryptosporidium parvum                                 C] Toxoplasma gondii

B] Pneumocystis carinii                                               D] A & C

 

31. Produces congenital infection in man.

A] Cryptosporidium parvum                                   C] Toxoplasma gondii

B] Pneumocystis carinii                                               D] A&C

 

32. Produces massive diarrhea in patients with low resistance.

A] Cryptosporidium parvum                                 C] Toxoplasma gondii

B] Pneumocystis carinii                                          D] A & C

 

33. Associated with hypogammaglobulinemia and respiratory distress.

A] Cryptosporidium parvum                                         C] Toxoplasma gondii

B] Pneumocystis carinii                                                      D] A & C

 

34. The encysted larva of the organism is the infective stage to man.

A] Capillaria philippinensis                                        C] Trichuris trichiura

B] Trichinella spiralis                                                         D] B & A

 

35. Produces rectal prolapse in heavy infection especially among children.

A] Capillaria philippinensis                                      C] Trichuris trichiura

B] Trichinella spiralis                                                  D] B & C

 

36. Produces malabsorption and cachexia in man.

A] Capillaria philippinensis                                 C] Trichuris trichiura

B] Trichinella spiralis                                                  D] A & C

 

37. The habitat is the small intestine.

A] Capillaria philippinensis                                        C] Trichuris trichiura

B] Trichinella spirals                                                      D] A & B

 

38. The female parasites may be larviparous.

A] Capillaria philippinensis                                        C] Trichuris trichiura

B] Trichinella spirals                                                     D] A & B

 

39. The infective stage to man is the embryonated egg.

A] Capillaria philippinensis                                   C] Trichuris trichiura

B] Trichinella spiralis                                                  D] A & C

 

40. The parasite/s that is/are associated with fish.

A] Capillaria philippinensis                                 C] Trichuris trichiura

B] Trichinella spiralis                                                  D] A & C