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1

What family does cytomegalovirus (CMV) belong to:
A. Paramyxo
B. Herpes
C. Retro
D. Parvo

Herpes

2

What expression is shown with Ebstein-Barr Virus?
A. Infections mononucleosis
B. AIDS
C. Cold sores
D. Guarnieri bodies

A
EBV= MONO

3

what type of cell is an atypical leukocyte associated with an Ebstein-Barr infection?
A. Barley Cells
B. Downey Cells
C. Whitlow cells
D. Tide cells

Downey Cells

4

What best describes the RNA for HIV 1 and HIV 2:
A. Double Stranded
B. Triple Stranded
C. Single Stranded
D. Helix-like

C
Single Strand

5

What family is HIV 1 and HIV 2 a part of:
A. Paramyxo
B. Herpes
C. Retro
D. Parvo

Retro

6

If you had two positive ELISA tests, what test would you run next in order to confirm an HIV 1 or HIV 2 pathogen is the detection of AIDs?
A. Western Shot
B. Eastern Slap
C. Western Blot
D. Northern Splatter

Western Blot

7

Do both EBV and CMV fall within the herpes family?

YES

8

Walter Reed Found which two Arboviruses?
A. Ebola
B. Yellow fever
C. Dengue fever
D. Scarlet fever

Yellow and Dengue

9

Yellow fever is spread by what vector?
A. Aedes Aegypti mosquito
B. Yellow mite
C. Nile River Mosquito
D. Black Fly

A
Aedes Aegypti Mosquito

10

Which of the following is NOT an Arbovirus?
A. Hanta virus
B. Yellow fever
C. Ebola virus
D. Poliovirus

Poliovirus

11

This Arbovirus is caused by rodent dust?
A. Hanta virus
B. Ebola virus
C. Yellow fever
D. Dengue Fever

Hanta virus

12

Which pathogen is a member of the Filoviridae family?
A. Hanta virus
B. Ebola virus
C. Yellow fever
D. Dengue Fever

Ebola

FILO

13

Which pathogen is a member of the Bunyaviridae family?
A. Hanta virus
B. Ebola virus
C. Yellow fever
D. Dengue Fever

Hanta virus

Hannah has a Bunny

14

Fever, sore throat, headache, bleeding and death are associated mainly with:
A. Hanta virus
B. West Nile virus
C. Dengue fever
D. Ebola virus

Ebola Virus

15

Dengue and yellow fever are both members of which family?
A. Filoviridae
B. Flaviviridae
C. Bunyaviviridae
D. Rhabdo

B
Flaviviridae

16

Which Arbovirus would result in fluid filled lungs and death?
A. Hanta virus
B. Ebola virus
C. Yellow fever
D. Dengue Fever

A
Hanta virus

17

Which of the following represents a warty growth?
A. JC virus
B. Ebola virus
C. Cytomegalovirus
D. Molluscum virus

Molluscum virus

18

Molluscum is contagious, usually benign, pink and present where?
A. Genitalia
B. Hands
C. Feet
D. Face

Genitalia

19

What are the important HPV numbers associated with cervical carcinoma?
A. 14 and 16
B. 11 and 18
C. 16 and 18
D. 6 and 11

16 and 18

20

An expression of a condyloma would be common with:
A. Rabies Virus
B. Papillomavirus
C. Molluscum virus
D. Poliovirus

Papillomavirus
HPV

21

Which pathogen is associated with Negri Bodies:
A. Yellow fever
B. HPV
C. Rabies virus
D. JC Virus

C
Rabies

22

T/F: Polio is mostly caused by the polio vaccine

True

23

Which family is poliovirus a part of:
A. Rhabdo
B. Papova
C. Flavi
D. Picorna

Picorna

24

JC virus is expressed by:
A. Fever, headache and Rash
B. Progressive multifactoral leukoencephalopathy
C. Bleeding
D. Eastern and Western Equine encephalitis

B
Progressive multifactoral leukoencephalopathy

25

This pathogen is part of the Flavi family and expressed with fever, headache, stiff neck and a rash:
A. JC Virus
B. Arboviral encephalitis
C. West Nile Virus
D. Rift Valley Virus

C
West nile

26

Which pathogen is a member of the Toga family and is expressed as Eastern and Western Equine encephalitis (St. Louis) and commonly spread via a mosquito?
A. JC Virus
B. Arboviral encephalitis
C. West Nile Virus
D. Rift Valley Virus

B
Arboviral Encephalitis

27

What is the vector for west valley virus?
A. Tick
B. Loa loa
C. Mosquito
D. Mite

Mosquito

28

Which of the following is Not a virus that directlyattacks the Central nervous system?
A. West Nile Virus
B. Poliovirus
C. Papillomavirus
D. Rift Valley Virus

Papillomavirus