Past Papers | Microbiology, Parasitology And Entomology | Cmt Nta 4 | Clinical Medicine First Year

Past Papers | Microbiology, Parasitology And Entomology | Cmt Nta 4 | Clinical Medicine First Year

 1. Are intracellular coccidian protozoan parasite that occurs in either of the forms of trophozoite, tissue cyst and oocyst.

A. Echinococcus granulosus.

B. Toxoplama gondii

C. Klebsiella.

D. Streptoccocus species

E. Neisseria Species

2. Is the most common life threatening fungal disease in immunocompromized patients

A. Tinea

B. Candidiasis

C. Encephalitis

D. Meningitis

E.  Superficial mycoses


DOWNLOAD HERE ALL PAST PAPERS

DOWNLOAD HERE ALL PAST PAPERS


3. (rapid replicating trophozoites) shortly after ingestion.

A. Cyst

B. Tachyzoites

C. Oocyst

D. Merozoites

E. Gametocytes

4. It shows actual number of Malaria affecting Patient

A. Blood Stained smear Technique

B. Malaria Rapid Diagnostic Test

C. H.Pyloric test

D. Gram stain technique

E. Widal test

 

5. localize in neural and muscle tissue and develop into tissue cyst bradyzoites (slow replicating trophozoites).

A. Oocysts

B. Trophozoites

C. Tachyzoites

D. Merozoites

E. Cyst

 

 

 

 

6. In its Medical importance the diseases  is asymptomatic at birth, then after weeks, months and years leads to Chorioretinitis

A. Trichomonas vaginalis

B. Toxoplasma gondii

C. Plasmodium spp

D. Trypanasome

E. Sporogony

 

7. The following stage is formed when Macrogamete is fertilized by the Microgamete.

A. Zygote

B. Ookinete

C. Oocyst

D. Sporozoites

E. Merozoites

 

8.  The organism moves with a characteristic wobbling and rotating motion

A. Trypanasome

B. Toxoplasma gondii

C. Trichomonas vaginalis

D. Plasmodium spp

E. Wunchereria bancrofti

9. is the blood borne helminth that belongs to the superfamily Filarioidea of the phylum nematoda.

A. Wunchereria bancrofti

B. Echinococci granulosus

C. Trypanasome spp

D. Toxoplasma gondii

E. Both of them

 

10. Capillary tube (microhaematocrit) concentration technique,Is the Routine technique for the Identification of:

A. Trypanasomes

B. Hookworm

C. Plasmodium spp

D. Fungi

E. Toxoplasma gondii

 

 

SECTION B:  MULTIPLE TRUE AND FALSE QUESTIONS                                                       (10 )

INSTRUCTIONS

· This section consist of four (4) questions

· Write the word FALSE in capital letter  against a wrong statement

· Write the word TRUE in capital letter  against a correct statement

· Don’t write F or T for corresponding correct statement-write in full word.

· Each correct response will be awarded half( ½) a

· Answer all questions

· Failure to follow the instruction you will penalize ½  in each question

 

1. Regarding Characteristics of  Trophozoite of Toxoplasma gondii  

A. ……… Found in tissues during the acute phase of infection

B. ……..… Formed during the chronic phase of infection

C. ………  Invade all mammalian cells except erythrocytes

D. ……..… Are crescent or oval in shape with one end pointed and the other rounded

E. ……..… Develop only in the definitive host (the cat and other felines)

 

2. Regarding Characteristics of Trichomonas Vaginalis

A. ………  short undulating membrane lined with a flagellum and 8 anterior flagella

B. ………   Optimal growth occurs under moderately aerobic conditions

C. ……..… Unlike many pathogenic protozoa, they  form cyst

D. ………. Unlike many pathogenic protozoa, they don’t form cyst

E. ……….colourless pear-shaped, with a short undulating membrane lined with a flagellum and four anterior flagella

 

3. Regarding Major Similarities between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes

A. …….…  They both have DNA and RNA as their genetic material 

B. …….…  They are both membrane bound

C. …….…  They have similar basic metabolism

D. ……..… They are both reverse groups

E. ……..… They both lack ribosomes

4. With regarding Characteristics Mollusca (Snails)

A. …….…. Have a single shell or valve (snails).

B. …….… Aquatic snails have separate sexes  

C. ……….. Use External fertilization

D. ……….. Retreat into shell in wet periods & seals opening with mucus

E. ……….  Secrete mucus & use muscular foot to move

 

SECTION C:  MATCHING ITEMS………………….  (10)

INSTRUCTIONS:

· This section consists of two (2) matching items questions with five (5) questions each.

· Match the items in column B with corresponding statements in Column A by writing a letter of the correct response in the space provided.

 

1. Regarding Snails of Medical Importance Match the  corresponding terms incolumn A FromB.

      COLUMN   A

SPACE

   COLUMN  B

1. Bulinus

 

A. Has a characteristic side. (Lateral spine)

2. Biomphalaria

 

B. Proglottids, which contain eggs, break off the posterior end of the tapeworm

3. Onchomelania

 

C. are ovoid with a short conical body (spire) measuring about 1-2 cm.

4. Egg of Schistosoma mansoni

 

D. are ovoid with a short conical body (spire) measuring about 1-2 cm.

5. Egg of Schistosoma haematobium

 

 

E. They are ovoid with a steep conical spire

 

 

F. It is colourless or pale yellow-brown, large and round to oval, measuring about 90 x 65μm

 

 

G. Has a characteristics small spine atone end (terminal spine)

 

 

H. Has a characteristics small spine atone end (terminal spine)


2.  Match the following regarding with Intestinal Protozoa from column A with their corresponding description in column B.

 

COLUMN  A

SPACE

 COLUMN  B

1. Ascaris lumbricoides cause.

 

A. The eggs develop into a 2-cell stage

2. Hookworm infections.

 

B. Large size of about 15 – 31cm length and 2-4 mm width,

3. Kato Katz technique

 

C. The eggs develop into a 4-cell stage

4. TrichurisTrichiura

 

D. Identify Ascarislumbricoide ggs

5. Adult Ascaris lumbricoides

 

 

E. Identify Hookworm larva

 

 

F. through skin penetration by filariform larvae in the soil

 

 

G. through skin penetration by rhabiditiform larvae in the soil

 

 

H. Lofler’s syndrome

 

SECTION D: SHORT ANSWER QUESTION                                                    (40 )

INSTRUCTIONS:

· This section consists of Eight (8) questions.

· Write your answer in the space provided.

·  to be awarded for each correct response are shown to the specific question.

1. Adult mosquitoes are controlled by using insecticides. List                              ( 5 )

i. ………………………………………………………………………..

ii. ………………………………………………………………

iii.  ……………………………………………………………..

iv. ……………………………………………………………..

v. …………………………………………………………….

 

 

2. List five Examples of Intestinal Nematodes  of Medical Importance                ( 5 )

i. ……………………………………………….

ii. ……………………………………………….

iii. ……………………………………………….

iv. ……………………………………………….

v. ……………………………………………….

 

3. List five Characteristics of Plasmodium malariae  ( 5 )

i. ……………………………

ii. …………………………………

iii. ……………………………………

iv. ………………………………………

v. …………………………………………

 

                                                                                                                              

4. List Five Medical Importance of Ascaris lumbricoides:                                      (5 )

i. ……………………………

ii. ………………………………….

iii. ………………………………

iv. ………………………………

v. …………………………………

 

                                                                                                              

5. Normal flora are found mostly in/on: list five                                          ( 5  )

i. …………………

ii. ………………

iii. ………………

iv. ………………

v. …………………

 

 

6. List down five Characteristics of Vectors                                                                 (  5  )

i. …………………………………………………………………………………………

ii. …………………………………………………………………………………………

iii. …………………………………………………………………………………………

iv. …………………………………………………………………………………………

v. …………………………………………………………………………………………

 

 

7. List down five Classification of Bacteria.                                                         (5 )

i. ……………………………

ii. ……………………

iii. …………………………

iv. …………………………

v. ………………………

  

8.  List down five Examples of Gram positive bacteria of medical importance    ( 5 )

i. ………………………………

ii. ……………………………

iii. …………………………

iv. …………………………

v. …………………………

     

 

 

 

SECTION E:  ESSAY QUESTIONS                                                                     30

INSTRUCTIONS:

· This section consists of Two Questions.

· Answer all Questions.

· Do not rewrite or bolding your points.

· Make sure your work is clear and easy to read.

· Write in assay form, failure to write in assay form you will penalized   ½ .

 

              1.   Describe Candida of Medical Importance.

2.  Describe Life Cycle of T. Gambiense and T. Rhodesiens

Post a Comment

1 Comments