Test 186  (Microbiology)
1. The following are true about Reiter's syndrome:
a. it is commoner in people with HLA-B27

b. it is more common in males than females

c. it is most commonly seen in patients with gonococcal 

d. iritis is commoner than conjunctivitis in affected patients 

e. it is associated with circinate balanitis


2. Prophylactic antibiotic is recommended in patient with cardiac 
    murmur undergoing:

a. orbital floor fracture repair

b. dacryocystorhinostomy

c. trabeculectomy

d. cataract extraction

e. pterygium excision


3. The following conditions are associated with bacterial infection:
a. acne rosacea

b. marginal keratitis

c. phlytenular conjunctivitis

d. Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome

e. Mooren's ulcer

. 4. Bacteria that can penetrate intact corneal epithelium include:
a. Pseudomonas aeruginosa

b. Staphylococcus aureus

c. Neisseria gonorrhoea

d. Corynebacterium diptheriae

e. Listeria monocytogenes

5. Demodex folliculorum:

a. is a tick inhabiting the hair follicles

b. is visible with slit-lamp

c. produces clear cylinder case at the base of hair follicles

d. can be easily removed with lid hygiene

e. is most commonly seen in children

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