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Human Body Diseases Quiz

Question 1
Antibodies fight against

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A
Stress
B
Starvation
C
Thirst
D
Infection
Question 2
The function of vaccine is the production and storage of
A
Antibodies
B
Immune bodies
C
Immune reactions
D
Antigens
Question 3
‘Vaccination' was invented by

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Pasteur
B
Robert Hooke
C
Robert Koch
D
Edward Jenner
Question 4
Diabetes mellitus is due to lack of
A
Starch in food
B
Insulin in circulating blood
C
Trypsin in pancreatic juice
D
ADH reaching the kidney
Question 5
Agents which produce allergy is known as
A
Oncogens
B
Antigens
C
None of these
D
Allergens
Question 6
Lacking of B–cells and T–cells is known as
A
Cytotoxins
B
Toxigenicity
C
Immune deficiency
D
Autoimmunity
Question 7
Which is a water–borne disease?
A
Cholera
B
Small pox
C
Tuberculosis
D
Malaria
Question 8
After vaccination the body builds up
A
Lymph
B
Plasma
C
Antibodies
D
Toxins
Question 9
Which one of the following pairs of disease can spread through blood transfusion?
A
Hepatitis and AIDS
B
Hay fever and AIDS
C
Cholera and hepatitis
D
Diabetes mellitus and malaria
Question 10
Malaria is caused by
A
Ascaris
B
Plasmodium
C
Foul air
D
Mosquito
Question 11
The ECG method is needed to detect abnormalities in heart for
A
Coronary thrombosis
B
All these
C
Heart attack
D
Heart block
Question 12
Uncontrolled and undifferentiated mass of cells is known as
A
Tumour
B
Overgrowth
C
Hypertrophy
D
Cancer
Question 13
How does AIDS virus enter into person?
A
Through kissing
B
Through water
C
Through food
D
Through blood
Question 14
Harmful ultraviolet radiations from sun cause
A
Breast cancer
B
Skin cancer
C
Liver cancer
D
Mouth cancer
Question 15
What is the common name for trypanosomiasis?

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A
Sleeping sickness
B
Parkinson’s disease
C
Sleepy sickness
D
Cooking disease
Question 16
Antibodies are produced by

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A
Lymphocytes
B
Erythrocytes
C
Thrombocytes
D
Monocytes
Question 17
‘Blood cancer' is also known as

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A
Leucoderma
B
Leucopenia
C
Leukemia
D
Leucocytosis
Question 18
‘First line of defence' is known as
A
Skin
B
WBC
C
Liver
D
Antibodies
Question 19
Which is not cancer?
A
Glaucoma
B
Sarcoma
C
Carcinoma
D
Leukaemia
Question 20
The cells which suppress the entire immune system from its attack in the same body are known as
A
Helper T–cells
B
Suppressor cells
C
Suppressor T–cells
D
Killer B–cells
Question 21
Alexender Flemming in 1929 discovered
A
Chloromycitin
B
Streptomycin
C
Penicillin
D
Tetracyclin
Question 22
An antibody is
A
Component of blood
B
Secretion of mammalian RBC
C
Molecule that specifically inactivates an antigen
D
WBC which invades bacteria
Question 23
Which part of the body is known as ‘Police guard'?
A
Liver
B
Leucocytes
C
Tonsils
D
Skin
Question 24
After infection of germs immunity acquired is

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A
Natural immunity
B
None of these
C
Passive immunity
D
Active immunity
Question 25
‘Tuberculosis' is caused by

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A
Bacterium
B
Malnutrition
C
Virus
D
Protozoan
Question 26
Some people who have suffered from a disease may not be affected again during their life time; such immunity is called
A
Active immunity
B
Acquired immunity
C
Natural immunity
D
Passive immunity
Question 27
An antigen is
A
Opposite to an antibody
B
Residue of an antibody
C
Result of antibody
D
Stimulus for antibody formation
Question 28
Edward Jenner discovered

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A
Immunization against polio
B
Vaccination against polio
C
Vaccination against small pox
D
Immunization against small pox
Question 29
AIDS is caused by
A
TMV
B
Bacterium
C
HTLV–III
D
Blood cancer
Question 30
Which of the following is primarily concerned with protection against germs?
A
Liver
B
Thyroid
C
Kidney
D
Lymphatic tissue
Question 31
The immune system which works against self is
A
Self immune system
B
None of these
C
Autoimmunity
D
Specific immunity
Question 32
The poisons produced in the body by bacteria are called
A
Toxicoids
B
Toxins
C
Wastes
D
Antitoxins
Question 33
‘Dengue fever' is caused by
A
Virus
B
Bacteria
C
Plasmodium
D
Entamoeba histolytica
Question 34
The term ’active immunity' means
A
Resistance rate of heart beat
B
Resistance developed before disease
C
Resistance developed after disease
D
Increasing quantity of blood
Question 35
The term”antibiotic” was coined by
A
Louis pasteur
B
Alexander fleming
C
Selman Waksman
D
Edward Jenner
Question 36
DPT vaccine is given for
A
Diphtheria, whooping cough and leprosy
B
Diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus
C
Tetanus, polio, plague
D
Diphtheria, pneumonia, tetanus
Question 37
Immune deficiency syndrome in human could develop as a consequence of
A
Weak immune system
B
Defective thymus
C
AlDS virus infection
D
Defective liver
Question 38
AIDS can be transmitted by

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A
Courtship
B
All of these
C
Blood circulation
D
Hand shake
Question 39
Vaccines are prepared from immune
A
Plasma
B
Blood
C
Vitamins
D
Serum
Question 40
Which of the disease is not transmitted by house flies?
A
Dysentery
B
Typhoid
C
Cholera
D
Yellow fever
Question 41
Which of the following diseases is endemic?
A
Common cold
B
Influenza
C
Amoebiasis
D
Hepatitis
Question 42
‘Plague' is transmitted by
A
House fly
B
Tse–tse fly
C
Rat flea
D
Mosquito
Question 43
Hypersensitivity towards any foreign material or particle is known as
A
Allergy
B
Hypergenital disease
C
Congenital disease
D
Cancer
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