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1
Q
Which of the following is NOT a complication of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)?
  Colon cancer
  Infertility
  Pelvic inflammatory disease
  Ectopic pregnancy
A

Colon cancer

2
Q

Which of the following is a TRUE statement regarding gonorrhea?
Dysuria is a common complaint.
It commonly causes stricture in men.
It affects the genitalia only.
Incubation period for urethritis is 3 to 7 weeks.

A

Dysuria is a common complaint

3
Q
Which of the following is the most common complication of gonorrhea infection in women?
  Urinary tract infection
  Pelvic inflammatory disease
  Ectopic pregnancy
  Arthritis
A

Pelvic inflammatory disease

4
Q

Which is the appropriate definition for Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome?
Arthritis caused by Chlamydia
Spleen involvement of herpes
Perihepatitis caused by gonorrhea
Ophthalmologic problems caused by gonorrhea

A

Perihepatitis caused by gonorrhea

5
Q
Which of the following is an anaerobic bacterium that looks like a corkscrew?
  Neisseria gonorrhoeae
  Chlamydia trachomatis
  Treponema pallidum
  Herpes simplex
A

Treponema pallidum

6
Q
Which stage of syphilis is characterized by a systemic illness and skin lesions?
  Primary
  Secondary
  Tertiary
  Latent
A

Secondary

7
Q
Which of the following diseases is associated with the bacterium Haemophilus ducreyi?
  Chancre
  Chancroid
  Donovan bodies
  Buboe
A

Chancroid

8
Q
Which of the following is the appropriate definition for the skin condition in which there are hypertrophied, flat, moist, and wart-like lesions?
  Primary syphilis
  Buboe
  Condyloma lata
  Condyloma acuminata
A

Condyloma lata

9
Q
Which of the following is characterized by a thin, gray malodorous discharge that adheres to the vaginal walls?
  Gonorrhea
  Chlamydia
  Bacterial vaginosis
  Herpes simplex
A

Bacterial vaginosis

10
Q
Which of the following is a possible treatment option for chlamydia?
  Acyclovir
  Azithromycin 1 g orally
  Ceftriaxone 125 mg IM
  Flagyl l2 g
A

Azithromycin 1 g orall

11
Q
Which of the following diseases currently has no cure?
  Gonorrhea
  Chlamydia
  Bacterial vaginosis
  Herpes simplex virus
A

Herpes simplex virus

12
Q
Which of the following is most likely to cause small punctate spots on the cervix? It is often termed “strawberry cervix.”
  Human papillomavirus (HPV)
  Trichomoniasis
  Molluscum contagiosum
  Entamoeba histolytica
A

Trichomoniasis

13
Q
Which of the following causes intense pruritus and short burrows in the skin?
  Sarcoptes scabiei
  Phthirus pubis
  Giardia lamblia
  Entamoeba histolytica
A

Sarcoptes scabiei

14
Q

Which of the following is TRUE regarding hepatitis?
There are five types of hepatitis viruses.
Hepatitis D is known to be sexually transmitted.
Each virus causes icteric liver inflammation
There are cures for three of the viruses.

A

Each virus causes icteric liver inflammation