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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. sandflies
  2. Chagas disease
  3. plasmodium falciparum
  4. malaria
  5. S. mansoni, S. haematobium
  1. a infects all erythrocytes, not just the old or young RBC's
  2. b vector for leishmaniasis
  3. c romana's sign in eye
  4. d occasionally cause CNS lesions in the spinal cord
  5. e finding "ring stage" in RBC's after staining with Giemsa or Wrights

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. histological characteristic is LD bodies also known as amastigotes
  2. invasion of B cells may cause leukopenia during 1st week of infection
  3. causes myocarditis, pericarditis, and endocarditis in disseminated form
  4. 1/2 of all candida infections
  5. key symptom being abdominal protrusion due to hepatosplenomegaly

5 True/False questions

  1. human african trypanosomiasis (HAT)histologic characteristic is kinetoplastids

          

  2. S. japonicumcan be found in urine of individual infected with schistosomiasis

          

  3. infectious mononucleosiscauses myocarditis, pericarditis, and endocarditis in disseminated form

          

  4. white-footed mouse (peromyscus leucopus) and deer tick (ixodes dammini)acute african sleeping sickness

          

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