ORAL PATHOLOGY TEST 1

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  1. What drugs are indicated in the treatment of tuberculosis? (2)
    Rifampin, Isonoazid INR
  2. T/F Tuberculosis is caused by myobacterium tuberculosis and is a chronic granulomatous disease
    True
  3. What is the form that can spread to other areas of the body?
    miliary tb
  4. T/F TB can infect the submandibular and cervical lymph nodes and is called scrofula or TB lymphadenitis
    True
  5. T/F PDD is the protein test used to determine if a person has been exposed to and infected with M. TB
    False- PPD Purified Protein Derivative
  6. T/F Impetigo mostly affects adults and is a virus
    False - it is a bacteria staphylcoccus ar. and streptococcus pyrogenes and mostly infects children
  7. T/F Impetigo can be tx with topical antibiotics/oral antibiotics
    True
  8. T/F it is ok to tx a pt with active TB
    False - always defer tx until infection is resolcved
  9. T/F M.TB mutliplies in Neutrophils once they are phagocytized and then spred through the blood stream infecting the alevoli of the lungs.
    False- macrophages
  10. T/F The microorganism that causes Actinomycosis Actinomyces israelii is a fungi
    False- it is a filamentous bacteria
  11. T/F A characteristic of Actinomycosis is that it forms an abscess and drains by the formation of sinus tracts
    True
  12. Bright yellow grains are called?
    Sulfur granules
  13. What usually precedes the infection of ACT?
    tooth extraction or abraison of mucosa
  14. Is ACT a common oral inhabitant?
    Yes
  15. What is the bacteria that causes Syphilis?
    Treponema pallidum
  16. T/F syphlis is transmitted through the indirect contact.
    False- person to person direct contact
  17. T/F Syphilis dies when exposed to air and change in temperature
    True
  18. All of the following are ways that syphilis can be contracted EXCEPT:
    A. Sexual contact
    B. blood transfusion
    C. mother to fetus
    D. airborne droplets
    D. airborne droplets- must be direct contact
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. All of the following are stages of syphilis except?
    A. secondary
    B. Primary
    C.congenital
    D. tertiary
    C. congenital
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. T/F chancre occures in the primary stage and is highly infectous and forms at the site where spirochetes entered the body
    True
  21. pick the order of stages that are most infectous to least.
    A.Teriatary secondary, primary
    B.Secondary primary, teritary
    C.Primary, secondary,teritary
    B. would be most, however primary is highly infectous
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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