A4E051 Vol 2 EC01 Practice Test

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  • 1 . (212) During which stage of development is syphilis first detectable through laboratory testing?
    Primary
  • 2 . (211) How is tuberculosis transmitted from one individual to another?
    Through droplet nuclei suspended in air for prolonged periods
  • 3 . (201) In a host-agent relationship, all of the following are types of agents except
    virulence
  • 4 . (210) A major change in the antigens of Influenza is referred to as a/an
    antigenic shift
  • 5 . (215) Which sexually transmitted disease (STD) starts with a pimple-like sore and, if left untreated, forms a bubo in most patients?
    Lymphogranuloma venereum
  • 6 . (201) The person or animal that harbors a disease agent, but has no clinical signs of the disease is known as a/an
    carrier
  • 7 . (213) What is the most common, and most serious, complication of female gonorrhea infections?
    Pelvic inflammatory disease.
  • 8 . (206) Which term is used to define numeric facts or data that have been assembled, classified, and tabulated to present significant information about a given subject?
    Statistics
  • 9 . (216) Which diagnostic method is more specific for detecting human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) antibodies?
    Western blot
  • 10 . (201) A primary, or definitive, host is one in which a disease organism
    attains its maturity and goes through its sexual or reproductive stage