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Portal of Pathogens Entry Quiz

MCQ: Water is portal of entry for leptospira inter organs that causes

  1. Leptopirosis
  2. Human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV)
  3. Acquired immunodeficiency virus (AIDS)
  4. Leprosy


Clinical Virology Quiz

MCQ: Recurrent epidemics of influenza is caused by the

  1. Influenza A virus only
  2. Influenza B virus only
  3. Influenza C virus
  4. Influenza A and B virus


DNA Nonenveloped Viruses Quiz

MCQ: Majority of upper and lower respiratory tract infection is caused by the

  1. Hantavirus
  2. Adenovirus
  3. Herpes simplex virus type 1
  4. Poliovirus


Mycobacteria Quiz

MCQ: Mycobacterium tuberculosis is Bacillus that infects approximately world s

  1. One third population
  2. Half population
  3. One forth population
  4. Whole population


Minor Viral Pathogens Quiz

MCQ: Which is true about Ebola virus?

  1. Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) enveloped virus
  2. Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) Tumor virus
  3. Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) nonenveloped virus
  4. Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) envelop virus