Test: Why do we fall ill?- 3


25 Questions MCQ Test General Science(Prelims) by IRS Divey Sethi | Test: Why do we fall ill?- 3


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QUESTION: 1

Typhoid is an infectious disease caused by :-

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Typhoid fever is an acute illness associated with fever caused by the Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi bacteria. It can also be caused by Salmonella paratyphi, a related bacterium that usually causes a less severe illness.

QUESTION: 2

Common cold is a :-

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QUESTION: 3

Elephantiasis is a disease that result in :-

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The correct option is A.
Lymphatic filariasis, commonly known as elephantiasis, is a neglected tropical disease. Infection occurs when filarial parasites are transmitted to humans through mosquitoes. Infection is usually acquired in childhood causing hidden damage to the lymphatic system.

QUESTION: 4

Haemophilia is a :-

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Congenital hemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder characterized by an absent or reduced level of clotting factor VIII(8) or factor IX(9). In a person with a normal amount of clotting factor, when bleeding starts, all of the clotting factors work together to form a clot that stops the bleeding.

QUESTION: 5

Goitre is caused due to deficiency of :-

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QUESTION: 6

The interval between infection and appearance of a disease is known as :-

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QUESTION: 7

AIDS day is celebrated on :-

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QUESTION: 8

Vector of malaria is :-

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A is the correct option.In the case of malaria, the vector is the anopheline mosquito and the disease-causing organism is the malaria parasite. ... Not all mosquitoes can transmit human malarial parasites. Of the thousands of described mosquito species, only a fraction of those in the genus Anopheles serve as vectors.

QUESTION: 9

Disease-causing factors existing within the body itself are called :-

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QUESTION: 10

The disease that can be transmitted through body fluids are :-

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AIDS stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, a disease that makes it hard for the body to fight off infectious diseases. HIV, the virus which causes AIDS, can be spread through unprotected sexual intercourse (can still be spread using a condom, but it’s a lot rarer), blood transfusion with HIV infected blood, and breast milk.
The most common cause of non-sexual HIV transmission is mother-to-child. If a woman infected with HIV or AIDS has a baby, there’s a chance the baby will be infected in the womb, or become infected after birth through the breast milk. This is why it is not recommended that HIV-positive women breastfeed, and a lot of developing countries have education and support groups for new mothers warning of this.
QUESTION: 11

A healthy person is one who is free from :-

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QUESTION: 12

Fruits and vegetables bought from the market :-

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QUESTION: 13

Breathing polluted air causes diseases of the :-

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QUESTION: 14

Which disease is likely to occur in crowded areas ?

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QUESTION: 15

What kind of a disease is arthritis ?

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QUESTION: 16

Which of the following is due to external causes ?

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QUESTION: 17

House flies are the vectors of :-

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QUESTION: 18

Mosquitoes spread :-

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QUESTION: 19

Tuberculosis is caused by :-

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QUESTION: 20

The infectious agents responsible for which disease can be spread when the patient coughs ?

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QUESTION: 21

Catla and rohu are examples of

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QUESTION: 22

Infection by HIV affects the body's ability to fight infection by damaging the ________.

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HIV kills immune system cells that help the body fight infections and diseases.

QUESTION: 23

DPT vaccines are administered to develop immunity against

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QUESTION: 24

Inland fisheries is referred to

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QUESTION: 25

Fever, inflammation of thy mucous membranes, particularly the intestines, discharges from the eyes and nose, dehydration, and skin eruptions on the back and flanks; death comes after four to eight days. These are the major symptoms of

Solution: It is an infectious disease mostly found in cattles, caused by Paramyxovirus.It is characterized by fever,dysentery and inflammation of mucous membrane and etc.

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