More than half cases of polio are reported in the following

Infancy
 Childhood
 Adulthood
 Old age

Most comman route of transmission of polio is

Feacal oral route
 Droplet
 Sexual contact
 none of these

most comman mode of transmission of diptheria is

Feacal oral route
 Droplet
 Sexual contact
 none of these

Flaccid paralysis fever, sore throat, constipation are the menifestation of

Diptheria
 AIDS
 Polio
 Renal tumour

Skin rashes, fever, anoraxia, repiratory difficulty are the feature of

Diptheria
 Tuberculosis
 Thyphoid
 Renal tumour

Fever, chest pain, hemolysis are the symptoms of

Malaria
 Tuberculosis
 Polio
 AIDS

Causative organism of cholera is

Vibrio cholera
 Salmonella typhi
 H. pylori
 Clostridum tetni

Causative organisms of enteric fever

Vibrio cholera
 Salmonella typhi
 H. pylori
 Clostridum tetni

Causative organism of malaria

Zoster virus
 Salmonella typhi
 Mosquito
 P. Vivax

Causative organism of tetnus is

Vibrio cholera
 Salmonella typhi
 Zoster virus
 Clostridum tetni

Enteric fever also known as

Dengue fever
 Thyphoid fever
 Pertusis
 Malraia

Stepladder fever, sore throat, abdominal pain, cough are the feature of

Polio
 Pertusis
 Thyphoid
 MI

Malaria is caused by

Bacteria
 Virus
 Protozoa
 Fungi

Trachoma is a infectous disease of

Ear
 Conjuctiva and cornea
 Nose
 Throat

Charactersticks feature of tetnus is

Skin rashes
 Lock jaw
 Fever
 Anoraxia

Leprosy is also known as

Enteric fever
 Addison disease
 Hensons disease
 Whooping cough

Leprosy is caused by

Mycobacterium leprae
 M. tuberculosis
 Salmonella
 Clostridum

Highest incidence of pertusis is found among age group

0-5 years
 6-9 years
 10-17 years
 18-25 years

Whooping cough and diptheria mainly spread by

Deficiency of vitamin
 Virus
 Droplet infection
 Contaminated food

The complication of pertusis are

Brochiatesis
 Brochopneumonia
 Bronchiectesis
 None

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