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Below are lists of possible question of a particular module. Pass through it and solve for the better performance

1. What are three stages of development of poliomyelitis?

2. How poliomyelitis can be prevented?

3. What are the WHO strategies of eradicating polio

4. What types of wounds that favour the growth of Clostridium tetani?

5. What are the characteristic features of tetanus?

6. How is rabies transmitted?

7. What are the symptoms of rabies in human being

8. What are the features of an animal which has died of anthrax?

9. What advice will you provide to prevent Anthrax in known area of infection?

10. Mention ways through which a human can acquire brucellosis.

11. Mention the treatment of choice for brucellosis.

12. How is brucellosis prevented?

13. How Ebola haemorrhagic fever is transmitted?

14. What are the preventive and control measures of Ebola haemorrhagic fever.

15. How is rift valley fever transmitted?

16. How is yellow fever transmitted?

17. How do you prevent yellow fever?

18. How is Bancroftian filariasis transmitted?

19. Explain the phases of Bancroftian filariasis

20. What is the drug of choice for B.filariasis?

21. Name the vector responsible of transmission of onchocerciasis.

22. Which methods are used to confirm the diagnosis of onchocerciasis?

23. What is the most effective drug in treatment of onchocerciasis?

24. How trypanosomiasis is transmitted?

25. How will you diagnose trypanosomiasis?

26. Outline the preventive measures for trypanosomiasis.

27. Mention the causative organisms for schistomiasis.

28. What are the clinical features for schistomiasis?

29. What is the infective form of Schistoma spp to snail and human?

30. How can schistomiasis be prevented and contrlled?

31. What transmits relapsing fever among people

32. What are the prevention and control measures of relapsing fever

33. What will you do if you suspect a case of plague?

34. How would you treat the patient diagnosed to have plague?

35. What are the preventive measures of plague?

36. What is the relationship and effect of HIV on malaria

37. Why PLHIV are more likely to be symptomatic and have parasites in the blood than HIV

38. negative patients?

39. Which laboratory test is used for diagnosis of malaria?

40. Which are the species of plasmodium causes malaria?

41. Explain the life cycle of malaria in man.

42. What are the preventive measures of malaria?

43. What is PEP?

44. What is the importance of PEP?

45. Who provide PEP service to the exposed person?

46. What are the major preventive methods used to reduce HIV infection?

47. What are vulnerable groups for HIV infection?

48. What is opportunistic infection?

49. Mention common dermatologic infections/conditions of PLHIV

50. Which drugs are commonly used to prevent OIs in PLHIV?

51. What is opportunistic infection?

52. Mention common dermatologic infections/conditions of PLHIV

53. Which drugs are commonly used to prevent OIs in PLHIV?

54. What are the sub-types of HIV?

55. What are the main routes of HIV transmission?

56. What are the seven major steps of HIV life cycle?

57. List five common opportunistic infection of HIV.

58. What is the prevalence rate of HIV in Tanzania?

59. What are the major factors influencing transmission in Tanzania?

60. What is the relationship between HIV and STIs?

61. What is the prevalence rate of HIV in Tanzania?

62. What are the major factors influencing transmission in Tanzania?

63. What is the relationship between HIV and STIs?

64. Mention three approaches in the management of STIs

65. What are major advantages of syndromic approach in management of STIs?

66. A patent presents with painful iguinal swelling and with genital ulcer; describe the

67. management steps you will take.

68. Mention three approaches in the management of STIs

69. What are major advantages of syndromic approach in management of STIs?

70. A patent presents with painful inguinal swelling and with genital ulcer; describe the

71. management steps you will take.

72. Mention clinical stages of syphilis.

73. How is the syphilis transmitted?

74. Mention different diagnostic methods of syphilis.

75. What is a chancroid disease?

76. How can you differentiate chancroid and syphilis clinically?

77. Describe on chancroid preventive measures.

78. What is gonorrhoea?

79. How can you diagnose gonorrhoea?

80. What are the complications of gonorrhoea?

81. How can you prevent gonorrhoea in the community?

82. What are the clinical features of chlamydial urethritis?

83. Mention clinical stages of syphilis.

84. How is the syphilis transmitted?

85. Mention different diagnostic methods of syphilis.

86. What is a chancroid disease?

87. How can you differentiate chancroid and syphilis clinically?

88. Describe on chancroid preventive measures.

89. How do you define communicable diseases?

90. Mention main groups of communicable diseases

91. What are the ways of communicable disease control?

92. Outline the typical distribution of scabies rash

93. Identify the drug of choice for scabies

94. Explain how will you advice the patient with scabies on disease prevention and control

95. Mention the drugs used in treatment of Dermatomycosis.

96. Mention different causes of Conjunctivitis.

97. What are the clinical features of Conjunctivitis.

98. How can Conjunctivitis be control/prevent?

99. List the clinical stages of trachoma.

100. How will you manage a patient with Trachoma?

101. What are the preventive measures of Trachoma

102. What are the general preventive measures of ectoparasite infestation?

103. Mention types of Pediculosis and the causative organism

104. Differentiate RTIs from STIs.

105. What is the difference between HIV infection and AIDS?

106. What are the modes of transmission of STIs/RTIs and HIV?

107. Outline the complications of STIs and RTIs.

108. What is trichomoniasis disease?

109. What are clinical features of trichomoniasis

110. List differential diagnosis of trichomoniasis

111. How is trichomoniasis treated?

112. How can you control and prevent trichomoniasis?

113. What is candidiasis?

114. How is candidiasis is differentiated from trichomoniasis

115. List the causative organisms of genital ulcers.

116. What is lymphogranuloma venereum?

117. What are the clinical features of lymphogranuloma venereum?

118. How can you control and prevent genital ulcer disease

119. How is leprosy classified?

120. What are the clinical features of leprosy?

121. What are the preventive and control measures of leprosy?

122. What are TB treatment categories?

123. What are the drugs used to treat tuberculosis?

124. Mention the different TB treatment regimens?

125. How tuberculosis can be controlled and prevented in the community?

126. How is TB transmitted?

127. What are the clinical features of TB?

128. Outline the diagnostic approaches of TB in adults.

129. How is TB diagnosed in children?

130. Mention main types of meningitis.

131. How is meningitis transmitted?

132. What factors predisposes occurrence of meningitis?

133. What are clinical features of mumps?

134. What is differential diagnosis of mumps?

135. What are the complications of mumps?

136. What are the predisposing factors for tonsillitis?

137. How does a patient with tonsillitis present?

138. What are the treatment options for tonsillitis?

139. What do you understand the term respiratory tract infection?

140. Mention the causes of respiratory tract infections.

141. What are the clinical features of respiratory tract infections?

142. What are the complications of respiratory tract infectons?

143. What is the name of the organism causing chickenpox

144. How is chicken pox spread in the community?

145. What are clinical features of the disease?

146. What are the drugs used to treat chickenpox?

147. What are the common complications of the disease?

148. List common features of measles.

149. When should the child be vaccinated for measles?

150. In malnourished child suffering from measles which complications are likely to develop?

151. What are the clinical features of Rubella?

152. What are the public health importances of Rubella?

153. How can you control Rubella?

154. Mention the types of Taenia.

155. Describe the clinical features of taeniasis.

156. How can taeniasis be controlled?

157. What is hydatidosis?

158. How can hydatid disease be managed?

159. How can hydatid disease prevented?

160. What is enterobiasis?

161. What is the mode of transmission of Enterobius vermicularis?

162. How can enterobiasis be treated?

163. What is trichuriasis?

164. How is Trichuris trichiura transmitted?

165. How would you advice the community on prevention of trichuriasis?

166. What is ascariasis?

167. How does a person acquire Ascaris infection?

168. What are the complications of ascariasis?

169. How can you treat ascariasis?

170. What are possible ways of preventing and controlling ascariasis?

171. What is the mode of transmission of hookworms?

172. How would you diagnose hookworm?

173. What are the best ways of controlling hookworm disease?

174. What causes strongyloidiasis?

175. What are the complications of strongyloidiasis?

176. How can you prevent and control strongyloidiasis?

177. Mention four species of Shigella that causes bacillary dysentery.

178. Outline the clinical presentation of bacillary dysentery.

179. Describe different measures of controlling bacillary dysentery.

180. What are the common causes of gastroenteritis in children?

181. How will you manage gastroenteritis in children?

182. Which organism causes cholera?

183. How is cholera transmitted?

184. What action will you take if there is an outbreak of cholera in your catchment area?

185. Outline the characteristics of typhoid of fever

186. How is typhoid fever prevented?

187. What do you understand by the term food poisoning?

188. What are the clinical features of food poisoning?

189. How would you manage a patient with food poisoning?

190. How can food poisoning be prevented and controlled?

191. Outline the characteristics of typhoid of fever

192. How is typhoid fever prevented?

193. What do you understand by the term food poisoning?

194. What are the clinical features of food poisoning?

195. How would you manage a patient with food poisoning?

196. How can food poisoning be prevented and controlled?

197. Explain the transmission route of hepatitis A and E.

198. How do clinical features of HEV differ from that of HAV?

199. What are prevention and control measures of hepatitis?

200. How can one acquire HBV and HCV?

201. What are the clinical features of HBV?

202. What are the preventive and control measure of HBV and HCV?

203. What is the infective form of Entamoeba histolytica?

204. How can you differentiate the cyst of Entamoeba histolytica from that of Entamoeba coli?

205. What are the clinical features of amoebiasis?

206. Mention the drugs used in treatment of amoebiasis.

207. How can amoebiasis be prevented and controlled?

208. What is the infective form of Entamoeba histolytica?

209. How can you differentiate the cyst of Entamoeba histolytica from that of Entamoeba coli?

210. What are the clinical features of amoebiasis?

211. Mention the drugs used in treatment of amoebiasis.

212. How can amoebiasis be prevented and contrlled?

213. Outline the characteristics of typhoid of fever

214. How is typhoid fever prevented?

215. What do you understand by the term food poisoning?

216. What are the clinical features of food poisoning?

217. How would you manage a patient with food poisoning?

218. How can food poisoning be prevented and controlled?

219. What are the common causes of gastroenteritis in children?

220. How will you manage gastroenteritis in children?

221. Which organism causes cholera?

222. How is cholera transmitted?

223. What action will you take if there is an outbreak of cholera in your catchment area?

224. Mention four species of Shigella that causes bacillary dysentery.

225. Outline the clinical presentation of bacillary dysentery.

226. Describe different measures of controlling bacillary dysentery. 

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