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5 Matching questions

  1. African sleeping sickness
  2. children <10years old
  3. human african trypanosomiasis (HAT)
  4. schistosomiasis
  5. plasmodium vivax, plasmodium ovale
  1. a treatment resistant parasites reside dormant in liver
  2. b hallmark of this disease is invasion of CNS, symptoms include apathy, fatigue, confusion, motor changes, changes in sleep patterns
  3. c heterophile antibody tests can be falsely negative in what group?
  4. d histologic characteristic is kinetoplastids
  5. e infection commonly through contaminated water

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. vector for african sleeping sickness
  2. characterized by an increase in mononuclear lymphocytes
  3. causes dengue or yellow fever
  4. causes acute schistosomiasis - katayama's fever
  5. causes chagas' disease

5 True/False questions

  1. S. japonicumcauses swimmers itch


  2. trypanosoma brucei rhodesienseacute african sleeping sickness


  3. histoplasmosisinfection commonly through contaminated water


  4. triatome(reduviid) bugs, kissing bugsvector that transmits chagas disease


  5. infectious mononucleosisinvasion of B cells may cause leukopenia during 1st week of infection


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