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5 Matching questions

  1. M. ulcerans
  2. T cells
  3. nine
  4. ingest, inoculate, inhale
  5. macrophages
  1. a the route of transmission for NTM and M ulcercans mycobacteria includes ...
  2. b for TB treatment in child less than 5, use isoniazid for LTBI and active infection for ... months!
  3. c .... mycobacterium are found in water microenvironments such as water insects or amebas, or mosquitos (not 100% sure)
  4. d ... are immune cells that go through cell signaling and cytokine activation. Are the cells that are depleted by HIV infection
  5. e ... are phagocytic cells that are usually located in tissue, that participate in cell signaling and cytokine activation, and are the home to M. tb

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ... are always pigmented (buff color)
  2. ... require special conditions for growth, due to its long replication time 12 to 24 hours
  3. in ... mycobacterium infections with M. leprae, we see multiple lesions, destructive tissue damage, multibacillary (ie bacteriema), and it is contagious due to a lack of a response by immune system (weak immune system)
  4. the M. bovis BCG ... is protective against leproxy
  5. an ... person with M. tuberculosis, bovis, or africaneum, can be either clincially ill with active TB that is contagious, or can be clinically well with normal chest x-ray but has latent TB that is not contagious

5 True/False questions

  1. TB... can be diagnosed
    1. clinical scenario: presentation, x-ray/CT
    2. skin test or IGRA of ill person and family
    3. chest x-ray-- sometimes positive without clinical presentation
    4. acid fast stain (not very sensitive) or culture (also slow to grow
    5. nucleic acid based tests (PCR)** most common

          

  2. BCG... can be diagnosed
    1. clinical scenario: presentation, x-ray/CT
    2. skin test or IGRA of ill person and family
    3. chest x-ray-- sometimes positive without clinical presentation
    4. acid fast stain (not very sensitive) or culture (also slow to grow
    5. nucleic acid based tests (PCR)** most common

          

  3. activeif a person has a positve PPD or IGRA, and any abnormal exam findings, history or chest x-ray, could have an ... case of TB and could be contagious

          

  4. screeningthe ... vaccine should not make the PPD positive

          

  5. B cells... are bacteria with a rod shape

          

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