Test 137  (Microbiology)
1. The following are live vaccines
a. tetanus

b. hepatitis B

c.  measles

d.  mumps

e.  rubella

2. The following are recognized features of onchocerciasis:

a. keratitis

b. chorioretinal atrophy

c  "hanging groin"

d.  pruritis

e.  depigmentation

3. Loa loa:

a. is confined to Central and West Africa

b. is spread by mosquito

c. may cause a high eosinophilia 

d. is diagnosed by histological examination of skin snips

e. is treated with diethylcabamazine citrate

4. Staphylococcus epidermidis:

a. is coagulase positive

b. on microscopy are Gram positive cocci in chains

c. are usually sensitive to penicillin

d. grown in blood cultures are due to contamination and 
    should be ignored

e. are destroyed by povodine iodine

5. HIV-associated Kaposi's sarcoma is 

a. radiosensitive

b. chemosensitive

c. may be mistaken for subconjunctival haemorrhage

d. more common in intravenous drug abusers than 

e. associated with infection by HHV-8 (Herpes hominis 
    virus type 8)

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