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1

(A)Identify this EA.
(B)What type of fungal mycosis does it cause?
(C)What specific mycosis does it cause?

(A)Exophiala werneckii
(B)superficial
(C)tinea nigra

2

(A)Identify skin lesion.
(B)What is it commonly called in the Philippines?
(C)most probable EA

(A)Pityriasis versicolor
(B)"an-an"
(C)Malassezia furfur

3

(A)Identify EA

(B)type of mycosis caused

(C)specific name of mycosis caused

(A)Rhizopus

(B)subcutaneous
(C)mucormycosis

4

(A)Identify the species.
(B)What structure is encircled?

(A)Alternaria sp.

(B)macroconidia

5

(A)Identify the species.
(B)Result for in-vitro hair perforation
(C)result for urease production

(A)Trichophyton mentagrophytes

(B)positive
(C)positive

6

(A)Identify the species
(B)What is the structure pointed? Describe its shape.

(A)Microsporum canis
(B)Macroconidia, spindle-shaped

7

(A)Identify the species
(B)What do you call the thick-walled cells that accompany this fungus?

(A)Aspergillus nidulans

(B)Hulle cells

8

(A)Identify the species.

(B)What is the structure pointed? Describe the said structure.

(A)Fusarium sp.

(B)macroconidia, sickle-shaped

9

(A)Identify the species. 
(B)What structure is the small, rounded one near the pointer?

(A)Penicillium sp.
(B)conidia

10

(A)Identify the species

(B)What specific disease does this cause?

(C)Identify general type of mycoses

(A)Cladosporium carrionii

(B)Chromoblastomycosis
(C)Subcutaneous mycoses

11

(A)Identify slide.
(B)What kind of mycoses is present in the slide?
(C)What substance can be used to make the capsule more visible in microscopy?

(A)Cryptococcosis
(B)Opportunistic
(C)India ink

12

(A)Identify species.
(B)What is the structure encircled? Describe it.
(C)What kind of mycoses does this cause?

(A)Histoplasma capsulatum
(B)macroconidia, tuberculate
(C)systemic

13

(A)Identify species
(B)True or false: Cases c/o this species have been found in the Philippines.
(C)prominent morphologic feature of this fungus

(A)Paracoccidioides brasiliensis
(B)True
(C)Mariner's wheel

14

(A)Identify species
(B)What disease does this cause?
(C)Describe the shape of the fungal bodies inside the tissue

(A)Sporothrix schenkii
(B)Rose Gardener's Disease
(C)Cigar shaped

15

(A)Identfy boxed structure
(B)Identify the slide
 

(A)hyphae
(B)Aspergillosis

16

(A)Identify species
(B)Desrcibe sporulation present

(A)Fonsecaea pedrosoi
(B)Acrotheca type of sporulation

17

(A)identify the species
(B)True or false: The fungus has no macroconidia.
(C)Type of mycoses it causes

(A)Epidermophyton floccosum
(B)False. Microconidia ang wala sa kanya
(C)cutaneous

18

(A)Identify species
(B)describe its hyphae
(C)may cause what type of mycosis?

(A)Aspergillus niger
(B)Septate
(C)Opportunistic

19

(A)identify slide
(B)identify EA (2)
 

white piedra
Trichosporon beigelii / cutaneum

20

(A)identify EA
(B)this prefers what kind of soil?
(C)T/F - Its granulomatous lesions manifest after a month

(A)Paracoccidioides brasilienses
(B)Cool humid soil
(C)false; after 10-20 yrs ang manif

21

(A)identify EA
(B)ideal morphology @ LPCB
(C)cutaneous manif of the disease

(A)Blastomyces dermatitidis
(B)lollipop; very tiny conidia
(C)painless, raised, verrucous lesions

22

A.identify species
B. structure visibly absent

A.Trichophyton tonsurans
B.macroconidia

23

(A)identify organism
(B)What do you call the flask-shaped structures?

(A)Trichoderma sp
(B)phialides

24

(A)identify slide

(B)where does this usually happen?

(A)mucormycosis
(B)blood vessel

25

A.identify species
B.identify structure pointed
 

A.Microsporum gypseum
B.Macroconidia

26

A. identify species
B. T/F. This is part of body normal flora

A. Candida albicans
B. T

27

(A)identify species
(B)common name

A. Saccharomyces cerevisiae

B. baker's yeast

28

A. these are most likely colonies of what EA

B. T or F: This EA has a smooth conidiophore

A. Aspergillus fumigatus

B. T

29

A. identify EA
B. colony growth is powdery. why?

A. Penicillium sp.
B.  abundant spore formation of aerial mycelium

30

A. What is A?
B. What is B?
C. Identify EA

A. sporangiophore

B. stolon
C. Rhizopus

31

A. structure pointed/shown in both
B. Does this invade the hair?

C. Identify both.

A. macroconidia
B. yes
C. Microsporum gypseum (left)

Microsporum canis (right)

32

A. starting color of their colonies

B. new color of their colonies

C. identify both

A. white
B. left: green, right: pink/purple
C. left: Trichoderma, right: Fusarium

33

A. this EA invades hair, skin and nails. TRUE OR FALSE
B. identify A

C. identify EA

A. false

B. macroconidia

C. Epidermophyton floccosum

34

A. identify most possible EA

B. Does this invade hair?
C. arrangement of microconidia

A. Trichophyton mentagrophytes
B. yes

C. en grappe

35

A.most possible EA

B.T/F. This has a smooth conidiophore.

C.T/F. This invades hair.

A. Aspergillus niger

B. T

C. F

36

A. T or F. This fungus is opportunistic.
B. Identify EA
 

A. F
B. Saccharomyces cerevisiae

37

A. the EA of this colony is likely to have __ conidiophore
B. identify EA
C. Hulle cells are present in microculture. T or F?
 

A. pitted

B. Aspergillus flavus

C. F

38

A. the EA of this colony is likely to have ___conidiophore
B. identify EA
C. T or F. Arthroconidia are present in microculture

A. smooth
B. Aspergillus fumigatus
C. F

39

A. identify EA
B. describe macroconidia
C. most of these inhabit the ___

A. Fusarium
B. sickle-shaped

C. soil

40

A. T or F. This causes "small-spored ectothrix".
B. Identify EA

C. identify most probable origin

A. T

B. Microsporum gypseum
C. soil

41

A. Identify EA.
B. T or F. This is endemic in the Philippines.
C. What does this produce in LPCB?

A. Coccidioides immitis
B. F
C. thick-walled, barrel-shaped arthrospores

42

A. identify A
B. identify pointed structure in A

C. colony growth rate of A

A. Geotrichum
B. arthrospores
C. moderately fast

43

A. T/F This is a dimorphic fungus.
B. identify EA
C. 75% of manifestations are ___

A. T

B. Sporothrix schenkii
C. lymphocutaneous

44

A. T/F. This is a microscopic view of a dermatophyte.
B. Identify the EA.

C. What kind of skin lesions does this cause?

A. F
B. Blastomyces dermatitidis
C.painless, raised, verrucous lesions

45

A. identify EA

B. In what host cells are these usually seen?

C. grows in what type of soil?

A. Histoplasma capsulatum
B. alveolar macrophages in lungs
C. moist & high nitrogen content

46

A. identify EA
B. stain used
C. The organism produces this substance, which prevents it from oxidative killing

A. Cryptococcus neoformans
B. mucicarmine

C. melanin

47

A. The causative agent of this is a yeast. T or F
B. identify the slide
 

A. F
B. Aspergillosis

48

A. Identify EA.

B. Result for germ tube formation
C. growth in CHROMagar

A. Candida albicans
B. positive

C. green

49

A. identify EA

B. identify disease caused

 

A. Fonsecaea compactum

B. Chromoblastomycosis

 

50

A. identify structure pointed

B. in what disease is this present?

A. sclerotic body
B.chromoblastomycosis

51

A. identify EA

B. justify the shape of the structure pointed
C. What is the structure pointed?

A. Curvularia
B. due to swelling of central cell
C. macroconidia

52

A. identify slide

B. this is a lesion of the (skin, blood vessel, muscle)

A. phaeohyphomycosis
B. skin

53

A. identify slide
B. identify origin of specimen
C. identify type of mycosis

A. madura foot
B. leg biopsy
C. Subcutaneous

54

A. identify skin lesion

B. identify EA

C. special feature of its culture media

A. tinea versicolor

B. Malasezzia furfur

C. overlaid with olive oil

55

A. identify EA

B. max growth period duration

C. disease caused

A. Exophiala werneckii

B. 14 days

C. tinea nigra

56

A. identify slide
B. identify EA (2)

C. (arthroconidia, asci, arthrospores) are present

A. white piedra

B. Trichosporon beigelii/cutaneum

C.arthroconidia

57

A. identify EA on the left
B. identify EA on the right

C. common feature 

A. Piedraia hortae

B. Epidermophyton floccosum

C. presence of chlamydospores

58

A. identify EA

B. identify disease caused

A. Cladosporium carrionii

B. chromoblastomycosis

59

A. identify EA

B. identify media used
C. identify morphology in tissue

A. Sporothrix schenkii
B. LCPB
C. Cigar-shaped

60

A. Which is part of normal flora?
B. Which has arthrospores?
C. identify A and B

a. b

b. a

c. A: Geotrichum // B: Candida albicans

61

A. EA of A
B. EA of B

C. Which produces arthrospores in LPCB?

A. Coccidioides immitis

B. Aspergillus sp. 

C. A

62

A. EA and body part of A

B. EA and body part of B

C. Which one is dimorphic fungus?

A. Histoplasma capsulatum, alveolar macrophage @ lungs

B. mucormycosis, blood vessel
C. A

63

A. identify the one on the left

B. identify the one on the right

C. Which has mycosis that involves sclerotic bodies?

A. Blastomyces dermatitidis
B. Cladosporium carrionii

C. The one on the right/Cladosporium carrionii

64

A. T/F. B is dimorphic.

B. give dimorphic species of A

C. Identify B

A. T

B. Penicillium marneffei
C. Sporothrix schenkii

65

A. Which is a common lab contaminant?
B. Which can cause orbital celluitis?
C.identify encircled portion of A

A. A

B. B

C. Hulle cells

66

A. Identify A
B. identify B

C. They cause __

A. Phialophora verrucosa
B. Fonsecaea compactum
C. Chromoblastomycosis

67

A. identify A
B. identify B

C. they cause __

A. Alternaria

B. Curvularia
C. phaeohyphomycosis

68

A. T or F. B causes A

B. identify A

C. identify B

A. F

B. Madura foot

C. Rhizopus

69

A. T or F. A and B are from the same body site.

B. Identify A.

C. Identify B.

A. F

B. Phaeohyphomycosis
C. Mucormycosis