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Microbiology Chapter 19 Review Questions

Bauman 3rd edition
The epidermis:
a. has an intricate network of blood vessels
b. consists of layers of loosely packed cells
c. contains a waterproofing protein
d. has a thin layer of fat cells
c. contains a waterproofing protein
The oily lipid secreted by glands in the dermis is called:
a. keratin
b. fat
c. sebum
d. hyaluronic acid
c. sebum
The most severe form of acne is:
a. a blackhead
b. cystic acne
c. a pimple
d. excessive oil production
b. cystic acne
Which of the following is NOT associated with impetigo:
a. pus-filled vessicles
b. erysipelas
c. streptococcus pyogenes
d. pyocyanin
d. pyocyanin
Which of the following pairs of diseases may be associated with:
a. impetigo and acne
b. erysipelas and necrotizing fascitis
c. anthra and blackheads
d. black piedras and papillomas
b. erysipelas and necrotizing fascitis
An eschar is:
a. painless
b. black
c. a crusty ulcer
d. all of the above
d. all of the above
The oppurtunistic pathogen often seen in burn victims is:
a. pseudomonas
b. streptococcus
c. staphylococcus
d. dermacentor
a. pseudomonas
Which of the following ascomycetes infects hair:
a. malassezia
b. sporothrix
c. epidermophyton
d. trichophyton
d. trichophyton
A patient has alarge wartlike growths, some with surrounding inflammation. What fungal disease is indicated:
a. mycetoma
b. phaeohyphomycosis
c. chromoblastomycosis
d. dermatophytosis
c. chromoblastomycosis
The first disease fir which immunization was perfected was:
a. smallpox
b. polio
c. ringworms
d. measels
a. smallpox
Which of the following types of warts are found on the soles of the feet:
a. flat warts
b. seed warts
c. genital warts
d. plantar warts
d. plantar warts
What is a concern for tissue that does not recieve its needle blood supply:
a. ischemia
b. necrosis
c. gas gangrene
d. all of the above
d. all of the above
Which of the following bacteria can have these virulence factors: coagulase, hyaluronidase, protein A:
a. staphylococcus
b. streptococcus
c. bartonella
d. chlostridium
a. staphylococcus
Which of the follwing is the vector for leishmaniasis:
a. cat
b. ringworm
c. sand fly
d. tick
c. sand fly
Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis is caused by:
a. type III hypersensitivity reactions
b. seed warts
c. measels virus
d. a mite
c. measels virus
cat scratch disease
bartonella henselae
propionibacterium acnes
rocky mountain spotted fever
rickettsia rickettsii
streptococcus pyogenes
pityriasis versicolor
malassezia furfur
variola major virus
varicella-zoster virus
german measels
As a group, the normal microbiota residents of the body make up the _________________.
Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome (SSSS) is caused by ______________ toxins produced by staphylococcus aureus.
Pyoderma is a contagious skin disease also called _______________.
"Flesh eating strep" disease is formally called ___________.
necrotizing fasciitis
Four types of folliculitis caused by staphylococcus are ____a____, ____b____, ____c____, & ____d____.
a. pimples
b. sties
c. furnuncles
d. carbuncles
Rocky Mountain spotted fever is transmitted by ticks of the genus ______________.
A single-stranded DNA virus causes _________ (also known as fifth disease) in humans.
erythema infectiosum
___________ causes almost all human cervical cancers.
Clostridium perfringens causes most of ___________.
gas gangrene
Most pimples result from infection by __________, not from eating chocolate, drinking soft drinks, or consuming oily foods.
bacteria, especially propionibacterium
Vigorous scrubbing of the skin can eliminate microorganisms.
Untreated cat scratch disease is fatal.
Surface cleansers are highly effective in treatment of acne.
A number of fungi grow on the epidermal layer of the skin, but they rarely become systemic infections.
Koplik's spots are dark encrustations associated with black piedra.