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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. children <10years old
  2. sandflies
  3. B. microti, B. divergens
  4. leishmaniasis
  5. malaria
  1. a histological characteristic is Schuffner's dots
  2. b most common parasite(s) causing babesiosis
  3. c vector for leishmaniasis
  4. d key symptom being abdominal protrusion due to hepatosplenomegaly
  5. e heterophile antibody tests can be falsely negative in what group?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. has a third phase of infection displaying the following: delirium, seizures, coma, hepatic degeneration, black vomit from intestinal hemorrhage
  2. romana's sign in eye
  3. vector that transmits chagas disease
  4. hyperimmune response during second infection leads to ruptured blood vessels, internal bleeding, shock, and possibly death
  5. occasionally cause CNS lesions in the spinal cord

5 True/False questions

  1. candida parapsilosisincreased frequency in pediatric patients


  2. trypanosoma brucei rhodesiensecauses chronic african sleeping sickness


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


  4. tsetse flyhistological characteristic is a tetrad formation


  5. plasmodium vivax, plasmodium ovaleproduces long lasting infection