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1

What is present with a gram + bacteria?
A. Peptidoglycan
B. Lipopolysaccharide

A
Peptidoglycan

2

Which gram + bacteria would be clustered?
A. Staphylococcus aureus
B. Steptococcus pyogenes
C. Corynebacterium diptheria
D. Mycobacterium

Staphylococcus aureus

3

You are a college wrestler, you have honey colored clusters on your face and mouth. You probably came in contact with what bacteria via a fomite?
A. Staphylococcus aureus
B. Steptococcus pyogenes
C. Corynebacterium diptheria
D. Mycobacterium

Staphylococcus aureus

*this is impetigo

4

There is a man who has been shaving sheep for wool for the last 5 years. What is he at risk of contracting?
A. Staphylococcus aureus
B. Steptococcus pyogenes
C. Bacillus Anthracis
D. Mycobacterium

C
Bacillus Anthracis

5

Clostridium Botulism should be boiled at what temperature for how long to kill it?
A. 120 F, 20 mins
B. 120 C, 20 mins
C. 220 C, 10 mins
D. 100 F, 30 mins

120 Celcius for 20 minutes

6

You stepped on a rusty nail and now have lock jaw 8 days later. This spastic tetany is probably cause by what bacteria:
A. Clostridium Tetani
B. Clostridium Botulism
C. Mycobacterium
D. Clostridium perfringins

A
Clostridium Tetani

7

Clostridium perfringins can appear as brown bubbles under skin and ______ __________ is associated within 24-72 hours.
A. Osteomyelitis
B. Boils
C. Gas Gangrene
D. Flaccid Paralysis

C
Gas Gangrene

that perfume smells like gas

8

What are the two tests involved with tuberculosis?
A. Schick test
B. Tine test
C. Mantoux test
D. Dick Test

B and C

9

Which test is used with Cornybacterium Diptheria?
A. Schick test
B. Tine test
C. Mantoux test
D. Dick Test

Schick

10

Which of the following would cause flaccid paralysis effecting the Peripheral nervous system?
A. Streptococcus Viridans
B. Mycobacterium
C. Clostridium Tetani
D. Clostridium Botulism

D
Clostridium Botulism

think bout giving babies honey, they go flaccid and can die

11

You are using a Lowenstein-Jensen medium while performing an acid-fast stain to see if Jabu from India has hansens disease (leprosy). What Bacteria are you looking for?
A. Listeria monoctogene
B. Mycobacterium
C. Staph. Aureus
D. Strep. Pyogenes

Mycobacterium

12

Tuberculosis tine test came back positive. What bacteria was found as a causative agent?
A. Listeria monoctogene
B. Mycobacterium
C. Staph. Aureus
D. Strep. Pyogenes

Mycobacterium

13

Which bacteria is associated with MRSA?
A. Listeria monoctogene
B. Mycobacterium
C. Staph. Aureus
D. Strep. Pyogenes

Staph Aureus

14

An older lady got a scratch on her skin and was infected with MRSA and became one of the 2.3 million carries. After several years she sadly passed away, during the autopsy what did her lungs look like?
A. Hamburgers
B. String cheese
C. Swiss cheese
D. Chedder cheese

Swiss cheese

15

Which Bacteria would you have subacute bacterial carditis?
A. Staph. Aureus
B. Strep. Viridans
C. Strep. Pyogenes
D. Strep. Mutans

B
Strep. Viridans

VIRI hurt DANS heart
whata bitch

16

Which of the following is NOT part of the rheumatic fever Jones criteria? (SPECS)
A. Syndenham's chorea
B. Erythema marginatum
C. Carditis
D. Ernst bodies
E. Polyarthritis
F. Subcutaneous nodules

D
Ernst Bodies

these are with the schick test for Corynebacterium Diptheria

17

Strep. Agalactiae (group B) is most common with:
A. Neonates
B. Puberty
C. Women
D. Elderly

Neonates

B- BABIES

18

When using the DICK test, you are testing for which of the following:
A. Scarlet, Strep. Mutans
B. Scarlet, Strep. Pyogenes
C. Tuberculosis, Mycobacterium
D. Scarlet, Strep. Viridans

B
Scarlet, Strep. Pyogenes

Scarlet likes the DICK on her Strawberry tongue

19

Which disease is a strawberry tongue present?
A. Pertusis
B. Salmonella
C. Yellow fever
D. Scarlet fever

Scarlet

20

Who is an important person to recognize when talking about Rhematic fever criteria and SPECS?
A. Jensen
B. Lowenstein
C. Rebecca Lansfield
D. Samantha Ernst

Rebecca Lansfield

21

Where would you find Strep. Mutans?
A. in our ears
B. in our nose
C. in our mouth
D. on your feet

Mouth

The MUTANS live in the MOUTH

22

All of sudden you notice you have gray pseudomembranes in the back you throat. What bacteria might be causing this?
A. Staphylococcus aureus
B. Steptococcus pyogenes
C. Corynebacterium diptheria
D. Mycobacterium

C
Corynebacterium Diptheria

CORy likes to DIP with his club MEMBERS
and shave with SCHICK razors to get BABES with ERNST and make his EX angery

Ex= exotoxin

23

This disease is common in milk and cheese:
A. Staphylococcus aureus
B. Listeria monocytogene
C. Corynebacterium diptheria
D. Strep. Mutans

Listeria Monocytogene

24

Strep throat is tested on mitis-salivarius agar and is associated with this bacteria:
A. Strep. Agalactiae (group B)
B. Strep. Pyogenes (group A)
C. Corynebacterium diptheria
D. Strep. Mutans

B

Strep. Pyogenes Group A

25

What shape is mycobacterium?
A. Sphere
B. Spiral
C. Bacilli
D. Cocci

Bacilli

Its ROD-like