Test 41   (microbiology)
1. With regard to Neisseria gonorrhoea:
a. they are Gram negative anaerobic cocci

b. they ferment glucose and maltose

c. they are oxidase positive

d. they contain proteases which break down Ig A

e. they are sensitive to silver nitrate

2. The following may be found as commensals in the conjunctivitis:

a. Neisseria gonorrhoea

b. Corynebacteria

c. Micrococcus

d. coagulase negative Staphylococci

e. Chlamydia trachomatis


3. Stains useful for identifying fungus include:
a. Gram stain

b. haematoxylin and eosin

c. Gomori methanamine silver

d. PAS (periodic acid-Schiff)

e. Giemsa

4. Chlamydia trachomatis with serogroups A-C cause:

a. non-specific urethritis

b. trachoma

c. ophthalmia neonatorum

d. adult inclusion conjunctivitis

e. lymphogranuloma venerum


5. The following contain live attenuated live vaccines:
a. polio
b. hepatitis A
c. yellow fever
d. measles
e. rubella


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