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Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases: We've Got Chills Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Infectious Diseases? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Why are fever and inflammation symptoms for many infectious diseases?

are caused by the human immune response
All pathogens are very warm
Bacteria and viruses need human blood
When pathogens enter cells they expand
None of the above
Q. When you have an infection but you don't show symptoms this means the infection is ________.

Only infecting the inside of your body
Defeating the immune response
Q. Another word for a fungal infection is a __________ infection.

Q. A doctor might prescribe an antifungal medication if you have____________.

A yeast infection
Q. HIV stands for______________________

Human Infectious virus
Host Infectious virus
Human immune virus
Harvard immunology virus
Human immunodeficiency virus
Q. What is it called when a bacteria is no longer killed by a drug?

Drug resistance
Drug sensitivity
Anti-bacterial drug
Drug cancellation
Q. What is every virus comprised of?

Cell wall and genome
Capsid and nucleus
Capsid and Genome
Capsid and ribosomes
Ribosomes only
Q. Marburg and Ebola both cause________________.

Nerve damage
Viral hemorrhagic fever
A rash on the torso
A worm infection in the intestines
Severe diarrhea
Q. Which of the following is an available treatment for leprosy?

None of the above
All of the above
Q. Whooping cough is caused by which bacteria?

Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Group A Streptococcus
Staphylococcus aureus
Bordetella pertussis
Vibrio cholera